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1120 E Snowhill Ave
1120 E Snow Hill Ave
Wasilla, AK
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
950 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:37 AM
2 bed, 1 bath, w/ carport in Wasilla - Heat Included! - Freshly painted and cleaned 2 bedroom, 1 bath unit with carport in superb location in Wasilla. Owner pays gas, refuse, water/sewer, and yard maintenance.
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3320 E Beech Way #1
3320 East Beech Way
Matanuska-Susitna County, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1400 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
Unit #1 Available 11/01/20 Spacious Duplex 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom - Property Id: 1233 3 Bedroom, 2 bath ranch-style duplex unit for rent. 1400sq ft apartment with 420 sq ft heated 1-2 car attached garage. Vaulted Ceilings.
1 Unit Available
1191 E Westpoint Dr #2
1191 Westpoint Drive
Wasilla, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1250 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
1191 E Westpoint Dr - Unit 2 Available 11/06/20 Beautiful Lakefront 3bd/2.5ba Duplex on Wasilla Lake! - Right in the heart of Wasilla is this gorgeous brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath duplex with an attached 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
3350 N Tungsten Dr
3350 Tungsten Drive
Tanaina, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1416 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Ranch 3 Bedrooms - Must see to appreciate ranch style home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage, with an open floor plan in the living, dining, and kitchen areas, on a large lot, and with an oversize garage.
1 Unit Available
1251 N Copper Creek Road Unit 1
1251 N Copper Creek Rd
Matanuska-Susitna County, AK
1 Bedroom
$895
775 sqft
Last updated October 8 at 12:34 PM
1 Bed 1 Bath off Bogard 950 month Utilities Included - Clean and efficient. This one bed one bath apartment is in a great central location in the valley. New paint. Move in ready. 950/month utilities included. rentinalaska.
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8921 E Kiva Way
8921 Kiva Way
Gateway, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1928 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
3BR 2BA 3 car garage home with great commute location - Palmer - 1,928 SF - 3BR 2BA 3 car garage home with great commute location off the palmer-wasilla hwy. Within walking distance to Colony Middle and High schools.
1 Unit Available
3055 N Polar Lane
3055 Polar Ln
Gateway, AK
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
2700 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
3055 N Polar Lane Available 07/01/20 3BR, 3BA home with 2 dens and detached 2 car garage - Palmer 2700 SF - 3BR, 3BA home with 2 dens and detached 2 car garage. Features family room, vaulted ceiling, large front deck and paved RV parking.
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City Guide

Knik-Fairview
Like sleds? Knik-Fairview is a part of Wasilla, AK which is the home of the internationally famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race as well as the Tesoro Iron-Dog 2000, snowmobile race.
Like sleds? Knik-Fairview is a part of Wasilla, AK which is the home of the internationally famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race as well as the Tesoro Iron-Dog 2000, snowmobile race.

A census designated spot in the Matanuska Susitna Borough, Knik-Fairview had a population of nearly 15,000 as of the the 2010 census. It's located on the west bank of Cook Inlet's Knik Arm, and is about fifteen miles south of Wasilla proper. It's a big community: 69 square miles.

Moving to Knik-Fairview

If you want to find an apartment in Knik-Fairview, your apartment search will turn up a variety of options including many single family homes. So where will find these rentals? Of course, driving through this rural community will help you locate properties you love and those all important signs that read "for rent." You should also look online, and in the Wasilla newspaper, the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, which also has online classifieds. There are often a number of vacancies in this community. All the same, allow yourself two to three weeks for your search. Alaskan landlords are just like those in the contiguous states: you'll need to have information about your work and credit history available for them to see, as well as your ID.

Moving to Knik-Fairview
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If you want to find an apartment in Knik-Fairview, your apartment search will turn up a variety of options including many single family homes. So where will find these rentals? Of course, driving through this rural community will help you locate properties you love and those all important signs that read "for rent." You should also look online, and in the Wasilla newspaper, the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, which also has online classifieds. There are often a number of vacancies in this community. All the same, allow yourself two to three weeks for your search. Alaskan landlords are just like those in the contiguous states: you'll need to have information about your work and credit history available for them to see, as well as your ID.

Neighborhoods of Knik-Fairview

Considered a part of the greater Anchorage metro area, this spacious community is dotted with lakes and situated on Goose Bay. Knik-Fairview is in and of itself a neighborhood of Wasilla, Alaska. At the northern end of the community, access to the main retail shops and restaurants of downtown Wasilla is most convenient. The western section of town borders Knik Arm.

Knik is a rural and coastal community. You'll find rental property focused on medium sized to small single family homes and mobile homes primarily here. You can also find a studio for rent, sometimes as part of a guest structure behind a single family home. Units are both owner occupied and rented, with more owner occupied homes than not. Most homes are newer, constructed between 1970 and the present.

Neighborhoods of Knik-Fairview
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Considered a part of the greater Anchorage metro area, this spacious community is dotted with lakes and situated on Goose Bay. Knik-Fairview is in and of itself a neighborhood of Wasilla, Alaska. At the northern end of the community, access to the main retail shops and restaurants of downtown Wasilla is most convenient. The western section of town borders Knik Arm.

Knik is a rural and coastal community. You'll find rental property focused on medium sized to small single family homes and mobile homes primarily here. You can also find a studio for rent, sometimes as part of a guest structure behind a single family home. Units are both owner occupied and rented, with more owner occupied homes than not. Most homes are newer, constructed between 1970 and the present.

Life in Knik-Fairview

Just across Knik Arm, a beautiful body of water, is Anchorage, Alaska, but in Knik-Fairview the vibe is definitely rural. You'll need a car to get around if you live here, and commute time can be as long as forty-five minutes for most residents. Anchorage is 50 minutes away.

Many lakes dot the landscape in this community, Lake Lorraine, Twin Island Lake, and Lost Lake are some of the many pristine bodies of water in this area. A part of the community borders Goose Bay, and the views here are dramatic and beautiful.

If you're looking for a quiet area with great scenery and don't mind chilly winter months, this could be the spot for you. You'll definitely want to bring your down jacket and snow boots: Knik-Fairview has average winter temperatures of -20 F. That's right, you will be spending a lot of time bundled up if you live here. But think of the views and the beautiful snow fall, and be prepared to stay cozy and warm inside during the chilliest months. Spring and summer are mild.

Remember, in Alaska winter days are short and nights are cold and long. But in the summer extra long daylight hours allow plenty of time for fishing, boating, hiking and biking. There's plenty of nature to explore in this beautiful area, from lakes and streams, of which there are many, to mountains, tundra, and forests.

Shops and restaurants are nearby, but if you're seeking an active nightlife, this may not be your spot. This is an early to bed and early to rise community, but then you'll want to make the most of all the daytime attractions in the region, such as the towering Talkeetna Mountains and the expanse of Cook Inlet.

The Independence Mine State Historical Park is another local attraction in Hatcher Pass nearby. Berry picking and hiking in summer are the favored activities at the site of a former gold mine. In the winter, the park is a great spot for snowboarding, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing.

Life in Knik-Fairview
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Just across Knik Arm, a beautiful body of water, is Anchorage, Alaska, but in Knik-Fairview the vibe is definitely rural. You'll need a car to get around if you live here, and commute time can be as long as forty-five minutes for most residents. Anchorage is 50 minutes away.

Many lakes dot the landscape in this community, Lake Lorraine, Twin Island Lake, and Lost Lake are some of the many pristine bodies of water in this area. A part of the community borders Goose Bay, and the views here are dramatic and beautiful.

If you're looking for a quiet area with great scenery and don't mind chilly winter months, this could be the spot for you. You'll definitely want to bring your down jacket and snow boots: Knik-Fairview has average winter temperatures of -20 F. That's right, you will be spending a lot of time bundled up if you live here. But think of the views and the beautiful snow fall, and be prepared to stay cozy and warm inside during the chilliest months. Spring and summer are mild.

Remember, in Alaska winter days are short and nights are cold and long. But in the summer extra long daylight hours allow plenty of time for fishing, boating, hiking and biking. There's plenty of nature to explore in this beautiful area, from lakes and streams, of which there are many, to mountains, tundra, and forests.

Shops and restaurants are nearby, but if you're seeking an active nightlife, this may not be your spot. This is an early to bed and early to rise community, but then you'll want to make the most of all the daytime attractions in the region, such as the towering Talkeetna Mountains and the expanse of Cook Inlet.

The Independence Mine State Historical Park is another local attraction in Hatcher Pass nearby. Berry picking and hiking in summer are the favored activities at the site of a former gold mine. In the winter, the park is a great spot for snowboarding, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing.

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City Guide

Knik-Fairview
Like sleds? Knik-Fairview is a part of Wasilla, AK which is the home of the internationally famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race as well as the Tesoro Iron-Dog 2000, snowmobile race.
Like sleds? Knik-Fairview is a part of Wasilla, AK which is the home of the internationally famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race as well as the Tesoro Iron-Dog 2000, snowmobile race.

A census designated spot in the Matanuska Susitna Borough, Knik-Fairview had a population of nearly 15,000 as of the the 2010 census. It's located on the west bank of Cook Inlet's Knik Arm, and is about fifteen miles south of Wasilla proper. It's a big community: 69 square miles.

Moving to Knik-Fairview

If you want to find an apartment in Knik-Fairview, your apartment search will turn up a variety of options including many single family homes. So where will find these rentals? Of course, driving through this rural community will help you locate properties you love and those all important signs that read "for rent." You should also look online, and in the Wasilla newspaper, the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, which also has online classifieds. There are often a number of vacancies in this community. All the same, allow yourself two to three weeks for your search. Alaskan landlords are just like those in the contiguous states: you'll need to have information about your work and credit history available for them to see, as well as your ID.

Moving to Knik-Fairview
+

If you want to find an apartment in Knik-Fairview, your apartment search will turn up a variety of options including many single family homes. So where will find these rentals? Of course, driving through this rural community will help you locate properties you love and those all important signs that read "for rent." You should also look online, and in the Wasilla newspaper, the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, which also has online classifieds. There are often a number of vacancies in this community. All the same, allow yourself two to three weeks for your search. Alaskan landlords are just like those in the contiguous states: you'll need to have information about your work and credit history available for them to see, as well as your ID.

Neighborhoods of Knik-Fairview

Considered a part of the greater Anchorage metro area, this spacious community is dotted with lakes and situated on Goose Bay. Knik-Fairview is in and of itself a neighborhood of Wasilla, Alaska. At the northern end of the community, access to the main retail shops and restaurants of downtown Wasilla is most convenient. The western section of town borders Knik Arm.

Knik is a rural and coastal community. You'll find rental property focused on medium sized to small single family homes and mobile homes primarily here. You can also find a studio for rent, sometimes as part of a guest structure behind a single family home. Units are both owner occupied and rented, with more owner occupied homes than not. Most homes are newer, constructed between 1970 and the present.

Neighborhoods of Knik-Fairview
+

Considered a part of the greater Anchorage metro area, this spacious community is dotted with lakes and situated on Goose Bay. Knik-Fairview is in and of itself a neighborhood of Wasilla, Alaska. At the northern end of the community, access to the main retail shops and restaurants of downtown Wasilla is most convenient. The western section of town borders Knik Arm.

Knik is a rural and coastal community. You'll find rental property focused on medium sized to small single family homes and mobile homes primarily here. You can also find a studio for rent, sometimes as part of a guest structure behind a single family home. Units are both owner occupied and rented, with more owner occupied homes than not. Most homes are newer, constructed between 1970 and the present.

Life in Knik-Fairview

Just across Knik Arm, a beautiful body of water, is Anchorage, Alaska, but in Knik-Fairview the vibe is definitely rural. You'll need a car to get around if you live here, and commute time can be as long as forty-five minutes for most residents. Anchorage is 50 minutes away.

Many lakes dot the landscape in this community, Lake Lorraine, Twin Island Lake, and Lost Lake are some of the many pristine bodies of water in this area. A part of the community borders Goose Bay, and the views here are dramatic and beautiful.

If you're looking for a quiet area with great scenery and don't mind chilly winter months, this could be the spot for you. You'll definitely want to bring your down jacket and snow boots: Knik-Fairview has average winter temperatures of -20 F. That's right, you will be spending a lot of time bundled up if you live here. But think of the views and the beautiful snow fall, and be prepared to stay cozy and warm inside during the chilliest months. Spring and summer are mild.

Remember, in Alaska winter days are short and nights are cold and long. But in the summer extra long daylight hours allow plenty of time for fishing, boating, hiking and biking. There's plenty of nature to explore in this beautiful area, from lakes and streams, of which there are many, to mountains, tundra, and forests.

Shops and restaurants are nearby, but if you're seeking an active nightlife, this may not be your spot. This is an early to bed and early to rise community, but then you'll want to make the most of all the daytime attractions in the region, such as the towering Talkeetna Mountains and the expanse of Cook Inlet.

The Independence Mine State Historical Park is another local attraction in Hatcher Pass nearby. Berry picking and hiking in summer are the favored activities at the site of a former gold mine. In the winter, the park is a great spot for snowboarding, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing.

Life in Knik-Fairview
+

Just across Knik Arm, a beautiful body of water, is Anchorage, Alaska, but in Knik-Fairview the vibe is definitely rural. You'll need a car to get around if you live here, and commute time can be as long as forty-five minutes for most residents. Anchorage is 50 minutes away.

Many lakes dot the landscape in this community, Lake Lorraine, Twin Island Lake, and Lost Lake are some of the many pristine bodies of water in this area. A part of the community borders Goose Bay, and the views here are dramatic and beautiful.

If you're looking for a quiet area with great scenery and don't mind chilly winter months, this could be the spot for you. You'll definitely want to bring your down jacket and snow boots: Knik-Fairview has average winter temperatures of -20 F. That's right, you will be spending a lot of time bundled up if you live here. But think of the views and the beautiful snow fall, and be prepared to stay cozy and warm inside during the chilliest months. Spring and summer are mild.

Remember, in Alaska winter days are short and nights are cold and long. But in the summer extra long daylight hours allow plenty of time for fishing, boating, hiking and biking. There's plenty of nature to explore in this beautiful area, from lakes and streams, of which there are many, to mountains, tundra, and forests.

Shops and restaurants are nearby, but if you're seeking an active nightlife, this may not be your spot. This is an early to bed and early to rise community, but then you'll want to make the most of all the daytime attractions in the region, such as the towering Talkeetna Mountains and the expanse of Cook Inlet.

The Independence Mine State Historical Park is another local attraction in Hatcher Pass nearby. Berry picking and hiking in summer are the favored activities at the site of a former gold mine. In the winter, the park is a great spot for snowboarding, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing.