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One of the world's harshest and most diverse terrains, the state is a land of endless treasure and mystique. HGTV's series "Living Alaska" follows couples on their search for a new home in "the last frontier." From Juneau to Anchorage or the Kodiak Islands to Halibut Cove, a team of real estate agents help these families escape to homes that are off the beaten path. But they must have what it takes to be an Alaskan. After touring the selected homes, they must decide if that life is right for them.

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Arizona-based pilots Julie and Trevor Keeney tackle the housing market in Fairbanks for an Alaska-style house with amazing mountain views, a short commute to work, play space for their daughter, extra space for guests, and a garage.
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Kentucky natives Casey and Michael Doty and their three kids move to the slower-paced town of Fairbanks, Alaska.
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Garrison and Brooke Field decide to move from Colorado to Juneau, Alaska, to raise their two young children and search for a house close to town.
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Luke and Amy Bushatz can't wait to show their children all the activities Alaska has to offer and search for a home with a traditional Alaskan rustic look in a remote location with plenty of room for guests and a large yard.
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Mitzi's dream Alaska house includes rooms for her five kids, a play area and a hidden kitchen, but Rob hopes for a rustic cabin that screams Alaska.
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Stewart Cogswell is eager to move to Alaska with his wife, De Anna, and their four teenagers; sharing a love for all things outdoors, the Cogswells leave their Wisconsin ranch for the mountainous wilderness of Eagle River.
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Newlyweds search for the perfect home with great views, a real wood-burning fireplace and extra space for family and friends.

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