An original home built in Old Town Kenai, Jetty Petersen's historic hand-hewn log home with dovetailed corners was built in 1940 and is on the Alaska historical registry.
With an original exterior and completely remodeled interior, this home has spectacular and unobstructed views. Views of the world-famous Kenai River, the Pacific Ocean’s Cook Inlet beach, and the active volcano, Mount Redoubt, can all be seen from the four large picture windows of the living area. Eagles, beluga whales, and seals as well as the many fishing fleets are a few sites seen from this charming beach home. This is a great place for dip-netting season; view the fishing taking place from the comfort of home, or take a short walk down to the mouth of the river and be in the center of it all.
Historical Old Town is a walk back in time. The Kenai Visitors Natural History Museum, open-air Saturday Market, and many places to eat are all within walking distance.
Soldotna, AK is 10 miles
Homer, AK is 80 miles
Seward, AK is 100 miles
2017 remodeled 1800 sq ft home located in Old Town Kenai.
Seated 25 feet from the bluff with a 180° view of the Cook Inlet’s beach and mouth of the Kenai River.
Perfect for Dip-netting season fishers or for those who simply enjoy strolls on the beach and beautiful scenery.
3 Bedrooms and a Loft room (altogether sleeps 10 adults comfortably in beds; we do not charge extra for those willing to sleep on pull out beds, recliners and such). Playpen and Bassinet provided for children if needed.
Master Suite is on 2nd floor
TV in each bedroom
2 full Bathrooms
Large Kitchen (fully-equipped)
Living Area with TV
2 reclining couches
2 reclining chairs (one is an electric-lift chair)
Dining Area (table seats 6)
Counter height bar (seats 5)
Breakfast table (seats 4)
Small children's table (seats 4 toddlers)
Wheelchair accessible home (although the bathtub is not, bath chair can be provided)
Fish filleting table and tray provided for outside use
Deep-fryer in kitchen
Grill located outside
Washer and Dryer
Fire pit for Summer use (may be covered in snow in winter time)
Notes for the Fishermen and Fisherwomen:
Fish carcasses are to be disposed of in the water at the beach. Once processing your catch, this must not be done inside the home; processing is to be done outside the home only. A fish-cutting table, fish tray, and running water (located outside) is provided for processing. Fish may be brought inside only for use of the chest freezer or cooking.
Indication that the processing of fish has taken place inside the home may put your deposit at risk.