Soda Springs Ranch – Soda Springs, ID

Beautiful 586 acres of open pasture land near Soda Springs, Idaho. Property has been dry land alfalfa farmed in the past. Surrounded by timber and BLM ground. Pond, spring, well, and septic are all located on the property. Build your dream home. Lots of big game hunting and wildlife to include, deer, elk, moose, and cougar.

Location: The property is located in Soda Springs, Idaho. Soda Springs is the county seat of Caribou County. The city is named for the hundreds of natural springs of carbonated water that are located in and around the city. The springs were well known to Native Americans and were a famous landmark along the Oregon Trail. Soda Springs offers basic shopping needs, recreation, entertainment, Soda Springs Historical Museum, Geyser Park, Idaho State University-Soda Springs, and more.

Pocatello, Idaho, is located 55 minutes west of Soda Springs. It offers shopping, recreation, entertainment, Idaho Museum of Natural History, Pocatello Regional Airport, Idaho State University, parks, dining, and more.

Jackson, Wyoming, is located 2 hours northeast of Soda Springs. It offers plenty of recreational opportunities, shopping, dining, entertainment, Central Wyoming College, Jackson Hole Airport, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and more.

Acreage: 586 Deeded Acres

Topography: Soda Springs Ranch has a beautiful setting. Timber and native range foothills descend to pasture and/or dry land farm ground, with beautiful views of the surrounding valley. BLM surrounds the ranch on three sides allowing for more outdoor recreation.

Operation: Recreation ranch. Seller is unsure on the carrying capacity for cattle and does not know how many cares could be farmed. It has been dry land farmed in the past.

Taxes: Taxes were $842.22 in 2014, according the Caribou County Tax Assessor.

Pice/Terms: $1,200,000 – Seller prefers cash.

Water: Soda Springs Ranch has a pond, springs and two wells. One for domestic use and one for stock water.

Improvements: – Unlivable manufactured home
– Pump house
– Large septic system
– Two wells
– Partially fenced

Recreation: Recreation on the ranch includes hunting, horseback riding, ATV-ing, and more. Hunting includes deer, elk, moose, cougar, and other big game hunting.

About the Area: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and it beautiful surrounding offer endless recreational opportunities, to include, rope courses, bungee rides, yurts, rock climbing, bike park, hiking, ATV-ing, camping, and a 15 minute aerial tram. The tram glides 4,1389 vertical feet from the base of Teton Village to the top of Rendezvous Mountain. The summit offers a staggering 360-degree view of the Snake River Valley, Grand Teton National Park and the Gros Ventre Range in the distance.

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Soda Springs Ranch – Soda Springs, ID Farmseller Beautiful 586 acres of open pasture land near Soda Springs, Idaho. Property has been dry land alfalfa farmed in the past. Surrounded by timber and BLM ground. Pond, spring, well, and septic are all located on the property. Build your dream home. Lots of big game hunting and wildlife to include, deer, elk, moose, and cougar.

Location: The property is located in Soda Springs, Idaho. Soda Springs is the county seat of Caribou County. The city is named for the hundreds of natural springs of carbonated water that are located in and around the city. The springs were well known to Native Americans and were a famous landmark along the Oregon Trail. Soda Springs offers basic shopping needs, recreation, entertainment, Soda Springs Historical Museum, Geyser Park, Idaho State University-Soda Springs, and more.

Pocatello, Idaho, is located 55 minutes west of Soda Springs. It offers shopping, recreation, entertainment, Idaho Museum of Natural History, Pocatello Regional Airport, Idaho State University, parks, dining, and more.

Jackson, Wyoming, is located 2 hours northeast of Soda Springs. It offers plenty of recreational opportunities, shopping, dining, entertainment, Central Wyoming College, Jackson Hole Airport, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and more.

Acreage: 586 Deeded Acres

Topography: Soda Springs Ranch has a beautiful setting. Timber and native range foothills descend to pasture and/or dry land farm ground, with beautiful views of the surrounding valley. BLM surrounds the ranch on three sides allowing for more outdoor recreation.

Operation: Recreation ranch. Seller is unsure on the carrying capacity for cattle and does not know how many cares could be farmed. It has been dry land farmed in the past.

Taxes: Taxes were $842.22 in 2014, according the Caribou County Tax Assessor.

Pice/Terms: $1,200,000 - Seller prefers cash.

Water: Soda Springs Ranch has a pond, springs and two wells. One for domestic use and one for stock water.

Improvements: - Unlivable manufactured home
- Pump house
- Large septic system
- Two wells
- Partially fenced


Recreation: Recreation on the ranch includes hunting, horseback riding, ATV-ing, and more. Hunting includes deer, elk, moose, cougar, and other big game hunting.

About the Area: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and it beautiful surrounding offer endless recreational opportunities, to include, rope courses, bungee rides, yurts, rock climbing, bike park, hiking, ATV-ing, camping, and a 15 minute aerial tram. The tram glides 4,1389 vertical feet from the base of Teton Village to the top of Rendezvous Mountain. The summit offers a staggering 360-degree view of the Snake River Valley, Grand Teton National Park and the Gros Ventre Range in the distance.
Real Estate Soda Springs Ranch - Soda Springs, ID TBD Cash Lane Soda Springs 83276

Overview

$1,100,000.00
Lot Size586 Acres
RegionIdaho
AgencyKnipe Land
RealtorJohn Knipe

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