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20 acres for sale (lots of usable sites)

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I am buying the lot next door. After looking at so many properties this is the best I found (minus water) for my budget. I would love for another permaculture fan to be our neighbor. I walked the whole property and had between 2-4 cellphone bars. It is south facing for passive solar, this was the flatest (semi) land I looked at. 2 ways in. One two Arlee the other to Frenchtown. Very private. Here is the listing:

20 acres $45,000 owner terms with 20% down
Located in Lake County, East of Arlee in the mountains. 5 miles from a paved Hwy or power. Cell phone works on the property. Rolling terrain, wooded with many great building or camping spots. No covenants but there will be a deed restriction of no mobile homes. Borders Flathead Lake Reservation land to the North which also gives you access to thousands of acres of Forest Service lands.
Call or email for maps and more pictures.
Legal: Lot 4 section 17 Twn 16N Rng 20W Lake County
MLS# 21605358 (this MLS is my lot)

Bobbie Twite
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Congrats! My wife and I looked at Twite properties for a number of years before we found the property we just bought. They have nice parcels. I hope it serves you well.
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Jesse, I forgot to give an update. Sorry about that...... I ended up backing out of the sale after two days (within my legal allowance time). I loved the land, but couldn't settle for no water. I am sure it will be fine for someone that doesn't mind installing a well, but for us we have a list of requirements. A spring or creek was a big requirement.

We decided to head over to Idaho Panhandle. I am happy we did and almost feel like this is were we are suppose to be. We found 20 acres with a creek and a couple of locations with cattails. The land is full of plant diversity...... cedars, firs, aspens, etc. Also we are finding a handful of different kind of berries. The best part is the soil looks pretty good! Also the land around us might come up for sale in a few years. All for a price tag of $65,000 We have a facebook page if anyone wants to follow. Right now we are slow to post, but we should be rolling in a few months.
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