Kalifornsky Beach is an outlying community between Soldotna and Kenai with a population of 7,850 people. Kalifornsky Beach or K-Beach as the locals call it covers a total area of 70.1 square miles. K-Beach is where a lot of home buyers go to look for a home with more space than a city lot but are still close to town for work or shopping. K-Beach is the burbs small town Alaska style. It offers many services found in town like schools, daycare, restaurants, gas and grocery’s. Most are clustered near the Red Diamond Center and are adjacent to many great neighborhoods. Great for a milk run or local bar without the need to go all the way into Kenai or Soldotna.
Kalifornsky Beach Real Estate
K-Beach runs along the west side of the Kenai river and along he coast of the Cook Inlet. With that being said you have a lot of houses that are built in the k-beach community with River access and ocean views. It is quite common to have a home in neighborhoods with 1 acre plus sized lots and abundant trees. You can also get into areas off of k-beach where people are able to have farm animals and a few have pastures and hay feilds. The market area for the k-beach community is very large and it shares the same zip code as Soldotna. You can almost find everything you would be looking for in this rural community. Here is a table of how the real estate market is doing. For additional K-Beach Real Estate Statistics and Market Descriptions visit the real estate section.
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Kalifornsky Beach Schooling
Elementary schools: Kalifornsky Beach elementary, Cook Inlet academy
Junior High School: Skyview Middle
High School: Soldotna High School
College: Kenai Peninsula College
Kenai Peninsula College is a branch of The University of Alaska. This college has many degrees and programs that can help you succeed not only in life but especially in the area we live in. They do a lot of work with people on oil field classes, Welding, and even real estate.