LOCATION: Situated in one of the best duck hunting areas in Southwest Idaho, this property lays along year-round Dixie Creek just south of the Boise River. The land is about 10 minutes west of Caldwell, Idaho off of Boise River Road; and about 10 minutes from downtown Parma. Parma is home to the original Fort Boise Site, one of the only drive-in theaters left, and other nice amentities including a vineyard with restaurant. Great access with Highways and Interstate 84 to Boise River Road. This bird hunting property is about 40 minutes from the Boise Airport.
WATER: Dixie Creek flows through the property and is year-round which attracts ducks and other wildlife. The seller has owned the property since the 90s and, with the help of a few duck blinds, has had excellent hunting over the years.
ACREAGE: 72.72 acres includes approximately 50 acres of irrigated pasture on the north side of Dixie Creek and pproximately 20 acres on the south side that could be irrigated. This is an exceptional parcel with excellent pasture land and great duck hunting, as well as other birds. The irrigation comes from Eureka Ditch ($1,064 for 2017) and stock water rights out of Dixie Slough.
OPERATION: The current owner uses the property as a duck hunting property with income from the rental of the pasture land to a local rancher. If a buyer wanted to keep the lessee in place, they would like to stay, and the current owner would recommend them as good tenants.
COMMENTS: Excellent property for your hunting getaway with income from the pasture land. Or make it a full time location and hunt birds out your back door.
PRICE: $600,000 The seller will include 4 dozen duck decoys, 2 blinds with heaters and the shed with a full priced offer.
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|Lot Size||72.72 Acres|