The area commonly referred to as simply "Riverview," named for
the street that runs the length of its northern border, is actually
made up of several subdivisions - Taku, Westgate, Hilton Park and
Billed as the answer to urban Fairbanks sprawl in the 50's and
60's this area has remained immensely popular over the years due to
its close proximity to shopping, city services, public schools,
Fort Wainwright and being
serviced by city utilities. The vast majority of homes (70%+/-)
were built prior to 1970 with a handful being built in the 80's and
a select few having been built in recent years.
Despite some homes being a little long in the tooth, the
majority have been relatively well maintained. Many of the homes on
the river, with the exception of a few in Westgate North, are
considerable in size and are somewhat newer than the rest. There
are still quite a few folks living in the area who have called it
home since the first house went up in 1947. On average fewer than
15 homes are sold per year making this a popular but sometimes
difficult area to call home.
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Hilton Park or Sunset Subdivisions.
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