571.69 Acre ranch in Elba, Idaho. The seller reports that 232 acres are irrigable. The property is comprised of multiple tax parcels, which are not contiguous.
The northwest parcel is bordered by Sawtooth National Forest on the north side. This parcel is bare land. The southwest parcel has an old home which is not livable, but may provide a basis for new home to be built or placed, as there is power, well, and a septic system. This parcel is fully fenced with an old barn, other outbuildings and two corrals. Clyde Creek, which runs year round, and Cassia Creek, which is seasonal both traverse this parcel.
According to the seller, the east parcel should be available for several building permits, has power nearby and has also been used as grazing ground. A buyer will need to determine if the property is suitable for their intended use. The current owner has run grazed cattle off this land for 25 years, as well leasing it out to other ranchers.
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