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From the outside Sustina Place doesn’t look like much—an anonymous flat-roofed home hiding behind a broad carport. From the inside it’s a different story. A roomy, cool-gray living room filled with leather couches and dining tables has a wall of windows with a view across the constantly changing waters of Cook Inlet. On clear days you can see a string of mountain peaks ranging from Denali in the north to the sharp cones of the Aleutian range to the south. Built the in 1960s as a triplex, this spacious B&B has 9 units on two floors. All the rooms are comfortable and well kept. The amiable hosts lives on site and are warm and interesting but not intrusive.