Girdwood is a community within the southern extent of the Municipality of Anchorage in the state of Alaska. Located near the end of the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet, Girdwood lies in a valley in the southwestern Chugach Mountains, surrounded by seven glaciers feeding into a number of creeks, which either converge within the valley or empty directly into the arm.
Girdwood fosters a great social scene for singles, as the majority of people who live here are not married.
In Girdwood, the average listing price is currently at $474,646 this year. However, this figure represents a noticeable 10 percent drop from the year prior, and declining prices could help new buyers enter the market more comfortably in the near future. Meanwhile, inventory rose noticeably by 22.2 percent to 11 homes for sale, creating a less competitive market for buyers looking to relocate here. Granite kitchens are a feature in many of this city's residential properties, adding style and luxury that can still withstand everyday use. Various residential properties in this area come fully furnished so you don't have to worry about choosing, buying, or moving large pieces of furniture.