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Anchorage, AK

Both rugged and cosmopolitan, low key and lively, Anchorage truly offers something for everyone. This city within the wilderness features a laid-back vibe with all the modern amenities you need. The state's central airport hub is located here, allowing for easy access to the lower 48 as well as private trips to Alaska's more remote areas. The robust downtown area offers a wide range of shopping, dining and cultural events, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day in the great outdoors. Every Saturday, meander through the weekly Downtown Farmer's Market and feast on foods like homemade ice cream and locally sourced cheese. At night, check out one of Anchorage's many breweries or perhaps imbibe on an iconic cocktail (the most famous being called the Duck Fart) from The Salty Dawg Saloon.

With temperate summers filled with nearly 20 hours of sunshine each day, Anchorage is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, the city offers its residents access to hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, fishing and hunting. Escape the city and check out the famous Tony Knowles Trail, which boasts a scented forest, many a moose sighting, the fault line from the 1964 earthquake and stunning vistas of Mount McKinley aka Denali. After you've exhausted the immediate town of Anchorage, head out for an easy day trip to the ghost of a gold rush town, Girdwood. Here you'll find first-class dining, shopping and the beautiful Alyeska Ski Resort.

With a median home price of around $365,000, the current Anchorage real estate market remains stable even with downturns in other areas. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Eagle River, which boasts gorgeous mountain views, and Spenard, which has a more bohemian vibe and is well suited for writers and creatives. Homes for sale in Anchorage generally feature three to four bedrooms, making the area an excellent choice for growing families. Those looking to retire in a quiet neighborhood, surrounded by natural beauty, would do well to look for a home in Anchorage. Living in Anchorage means you'll enjoy friendly and down-to-earth neighbors from all walks of life.

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