Alaska Communities

Community Area Map

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  • Anchorage

    A four-time All-America City, Anchorage is located in south-central Alaska just west of the Chugach State Park. A major port, the city offers great commercial and economic opportunities at the foot of the country’s most beautiful natural areas. Six mountain ranges can be seen from downtown, including the Kenai Mountains, The Talkeetna Range, and the Alaska Range. A land of opportunity, peace, and beauty, Anchorage is a wonderful place to call home.
  • Eagle River

    The city of Eagle River is located on the Eagle River, just north of Anchorage, between the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and the Chugach State Park. Best known as the host of the annual five-day Bear Paw Festival, Eagle River also serves as a regional hub for shopping, dining, and recreation.
  • Mat-Su Valley

    Located roughly 35 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna or Mat-Su Valley has become one of the most alluring areas to live. In fact, Mat-Su Valley real estate has always been in great demand, especially for the nearly 11,000 residents that commute into Anchorage for work.
  • Palmer

    Located in Matanuska Valley about 40 miles northeast of Anchorage, Palmer is most known as the host of the annual Alaska State Fair. A booming town of 5,937 people, Palmer’s population has grown nearly 49% in the past 12 years thanks to its small-town charm, peaceful living, and convenient access to Anchorage, and the Air Force and Army Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
  • Wasilla

    Situated on the northern point of Cook Inlet in the belly of the Matanuska and Susitna Valleys, Wasilla, Alaska offers rich forests, picturesque mountain views, and friendly small-town living just 40 minutes from Anchorage.
  • Cooper Landing

    Cooper Landing lies along 11 miles of the two-lane Sterling Highway in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula, approximately two hours south of Anchorage. Situated on the banks of the Kenai Lake, Cooper Landing (also known as “The Landing”) is surrounded by lush, green forests; pristine mountains; and sparkling waters ripe with fish. A tiny town of approximately 300 people, it is best known for its summer tourists; majestic, rural wilderness; and world-class, Kenai River salmon fishery.
  • Joint Base Elmendorf-Richarson (JBER)

    The combined Joint Base Elmendorf-Richarson (JBER) is located on the southern coast of Alaska, approximately 2 miles northeast of Anchorage. One of only 12 joint bases in the country, JBER is home to the 673d Air Base Wing, the Alaskan Command, the United States Army Alaska, the 4th Brigade Combat Team, the 3rd Wing, the Alaskan NORAD Region, the Eleventh Air Force, the 25th Infantry Division, and the 2nd Engineer Brigade.


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Contact Information

Lee Realty, LLC
Lee Realty, LLC.
5050 Dunbar Drive #F
Wasilla AK 99654
Office: 907-376-0119
Fax: (907) 376-4039




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