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Unique mountain acreage for sale in Idaho with two creeks

 
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Own a confluence on 28 acres! Unique with its two creeks, I feel badly for letting this property go. It's time though. 20 miles north of Boise, 3 miles east of Horseshoe Bend. Access via country maintained road.

3 miles east of the Payette River, 3 miles west of the Boise National Forest.

Two sides of this property abut BLM land. The other two sides are buffered by the creeks.

Virtually unlimited access to public lands and various recreational opportunities out the back door: kayaking, rafting, MTBing, ATVing, motorcyling, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, snowmobiliing, camping, hotspringing, fishing, hunting, ziplining, paragliding......

Lax building codes with no minimum size. Build what you want!

Wildlife, including beaver on site. Well, power, septic approved, and private bridge. There's also a little and completely secluded island on one of the creeks. Perfect place to hang out or soak in a wood-fired hot tub under the milky-way! Priced to move. Please pass the word. Thanks!

https://imls.paragonrels.com/publink/default.aspx?GUID=792d8eca-226b-4755-9946-6cc725eddc75&Report=YesOwn&fbclid=IwAR2_BgyKnx8TZsDBg6gc_r2fxfbNhP6nxZOjZbhABniyfGs41aTbxv6fwsI

Here's a bit extra info: http://www.earthenexposure.com/permaculture/land.htm
 
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A few years ago I would've jumped through hoops to snag that place!  I wanted property off that road so bad when I lived in Idaho!  I lived in HSB for a couple years.  I'm out of state now though.  

That's a beautiful area and worth mentioning how close you are to public lands, hiking, hunting, and the mountains
 
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Thanks for your post, Jen Fan. I edited mine a bit on your suggestion.

Really thought I'd end up building a home and living there. Life is always in flux though.

Cheers!

rusty
 
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