This one-of-a-kind property spans over 20 acres and is nestled along the Snake River. The well-kept grounds with an abundance of shading willow trees surround the home. An irrigated pond flows continuously, creating streams through the property. The artistic structure of the home creates a certain ambiance that can be seen around every corner. A road has been routed to the lower part of the acreage that would make a magnificent building site! Build your dream home facing a large waterfall across the river. The property has excellent income potential and is currently established as an EQUINE AND ANIMAL THERAPY SANCTUARY. The 1662 square foot home also has income potential from an Airbnb. Located just 15 minutes from Interstate 84, travel to Boise in 1 hours or to the ski slopes of Sun Valley in less than 2 hours. Plenty of space to store your recreational toys as well as 3 storage sheds. Kayaking, rafting, hunting, fishing, hot springs, and the Beautiful Hagerman Valley are just minutes away.
Corral,Fenced Part,Horses,Irrigation Available,R.V. Parking,Waterfront,View,Storage Shed,Easement,Shop with Electricity,Wooded,Winter Access
Listing Data Last Updated 02-08-2023
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ERA West Wind Real Estate
950 N. Cole Rd.
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