About an hour from Anchorage and about six hours from Fairbanks, homes for rent in Wasilla may appeal to renters who want to live in a suburban environment in Alaska without being too far removed from either a major metropolis or expansive green spaces.
At the Dorothy G. Page Museum, those living in Wasilla rentals can learn about the history of the area through a variety of collections and exhibits, including a replica of a trading post established by O.G. Herning. Movie lovers can catch a flick at The Valley Cinema, which shows films from a diverse array of genres. For live entertainment, renters can head to Valley Performing Arts to experience theatrical performances or audition for a role.
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Many Rentals.com landlords in Wasilla, Alaska are practicing social distancing and have started offering video tours of their properties. We recommend contacting landlords of properties you’re interested in and asking if they offer virtual tours over Facetime, Skype or Google Hangouts. Here are some best practices to guide you through finding your next rental home during these times.
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