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59 Acres of lightly toasted Idaho Hillside

 
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Location: N. Idaho
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So, I have Approximately 59 acres for sale,
It has a 400(?) ft deep well.
It has power to 2 building sites. there are at least 2 more good building sites.
both sites have septics installed
it has telephone to one site.
There are multiple springs one developed.
there is an orchard with apples pears, plums, cherries.
there is a berry patch .with strawberries, logan berries, rasberries gooseberries, blackberries.
Blackcaps and thimble berries grow wild.
Mushrooms abound.
It is on a creek, the tribe and Bonneville Power are rebuilding the salmon fishery.
Multiple fishing lakes are an easy drive away.
Deer, Bear, Elk, and Turkey abound.
Chukkar, pheasant, fool hen, litter the country.
there are two ponds on site one was intended for hydropower.,
There is a shed that could be used as a cabin untill better quarters could be built
It used to be heavily timbered about one third of the timber is left the rest has been clear cut.

Now for the bad!
There are neighbors.....not many but close enough to hear their dogs bark.
The land is STEEP you cannot access this in the winter without a four wheel drive.
Financing is entirely on you.
$260,000
Moosage me for more.
 
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