A small house on the coast in Cordova, Alaska. Forgetting the 167 inches of annual average rainfall for a second – could you imagine waking up this the 180 degree ocean and Chugach Nattional Forest view!
I’m amazed at the high number of beautiful waterfront properties you see as you drive around the Cordova area. You see, Cordova has a number of miles of road accessible coastline, along with a large road accessible lake and river (Eayak Lake and Eyak River). Couple this with a population of only a couple thousand people and less then 1,000 households, and I would venture to say this town may have more waterfront property per capita then any town in America.