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4730 S 21000 W

Malad City, ID 83243
  • $2,150,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 65 Days
  • MLS #: 571407
UPDATED: 38 min ago
$2,150,000
  • 10
    BEDS
  • 320
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 2
    1/2 BATHS
  • 3,680
    SQFT
  • $584
    $/SQFT
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Type:
Farm
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Area:

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Description

Potential Retreat for Hunting, Corporation or Nonprofit with Ranch House, Lodge, Infrastructure, Tillable and Grazing Land, Bordering Curlew National Grassland DESCRIPTION: Tell the WHYS about the property. Give your insight to the property, potential you see, why its good. Build an emotional connection with the reader. Please DO NOT include county, state or total # of acres in any of the property description write-ups. Located in the small agricultural town of Holbrook and bordering the Curlew National Grassland on three sides, the terrain is primarily flat dry farm ground with high desert sand hills and a geothermal freshwater spring at the northwest corner. Deep Creek cuts through the northwest corner of the property, creating a narrow oasis of lush vegetation in and along the waters edge. The property has a history of running 120-160 cows that watered in the springs, in the unadjudicated water. The USDA recognizes just over 191 acres of tillable dry farmed cropland, that was previously planted in wheat. This was once the site of a wellness center and later a hunting lodge. The ranch house and lodge offer additional infrastructure conducive to welcoming extended stays. Up to 6 RV hookups with water and power are located just outside the lodge. The ranch house and lodge were just resided, the interior walls repainted, and floors recarpeted so they are move-in ready. The lodge has an apartment on the second floor, and a full kitchen and great room with numerous small rooms on the main floor. The ranch house is cozy and welcoming with hardwood floors and warm wood paneled walls, rustic log furniture and plenty of natural light streaming in through the many large windows. A covered front porch runs the full length of the home and beckons that you relax and sit for a spell. My favorite room is the breakfast room/ lounge at the back of the house. The many big windows provide an excellent vantage point to survey the landscape for wildlife and enjoy the expansive terrain. The Curlew National Grassland comprises 47,000 acres of public land and was originally established to improve the soils and vegetation. Historically, the Curlew Grassland, in Southeastern Idaho, was inhabited by the Bannock and Shoshone Indian Tribes before the settlement of the pioneers. Tangible signs of these former inhabitants are evidenced through several teepee rings on the property. Two to three weeks out of the year, when the vegetation starts to change color, the circles become apparent, revealing the taller grass they planted along the outside of their teepees for insulation. The connection to Native American Indians is further evidenced through the numerous artifacts, primarily, arrowheads discovered along the waters edge, near the cooler water. One can imagine the cleansing and food preparation that took place along this precious resource. Curlew National Grassland is administered as multiple use lands with emphasis on grazing of livestock, watershed management, wildlife and recreation use. Sweeten Pond area is developed especially for waterfowl and shorebirds. Stone Reservoir is also in the grasslands and offers excellent Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Rainbow Trout, White Crappie, and Pumpkinseed fishing. This property is in hunting unit 73 and known for deer and upland game. Most of the grasslands are open to hunting as well, with game such as deer, rabbit, pheasants, grouse, curlew and waterfowl. Borders Curlew National Grasslands on 3 sides Ranch house with 3 bedrooms and 1 baths on the main floor and partially finished basement Lodge with apartment on 2nd floor and full kitchen, great room and several small rooms on main 4-6 RV hookups with water and power Broadband Internet tower on property

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4730 S 21000 W Malad City, ID 83243

  • Price: $2,150,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 65 Days
  • Updated: 38 min ago
  • MLS #: 571407
10
Beds
2
Baths
2
½ Baths
320
Acres
3,680
SQFT
$584
$/SQFT
Neighborhood:
Malad
County:
Oneida
Area:
Malad
Elementary School:
Stone
Middle School:
Malad
High School:
Malad
Property Description
Potential Retreat for Hunting, Corporation or Nonprofit with Ranch House, Lodge, Infrastructure, Tillable and Grazing Land, Bordering Curlew National Grassland DESCRIPTION: Tell the WHYS about the property. Give your insight to the property, potential you see, why its good. Build an emotional connection with the reader. Please DO NOT include county, state or total # of acres in any of the property description write-ups. Located in the small agricultural town of Holbrook and bordering the Curlew National Grassland on three sides, the terrain is primarily flat dry farm ground with high desert sand hills and a geothermal freshwater spring at the northwest corner. Deep Creek cuts through the northwest corner of the property, creating a narrow oasis of lush vegetation in and along the waters edge. The property has a history of running 120-160 cows that watered in the springs, in the unadjudicated water. The USDA recognizes just over 191 acres of tillable dry farmed cropland, that was previously planted in wheat. This was once the site of a wellness center and later a hunting lodge. The ranch house and lodge offer additional infrastructure conducive to welcoming extended stays. Up to 6 RV hookups with water and power are located just outside the lodge. The ranch house and lodge were just resided, the interior walls repainted, and floors recarpeted so they are move-in ready. The lodge has an apartment on the second floor, and a full kitchen and great room with numerous small rooms on the main floor. The ranch house is cozy and welcoming with hardwood floors and warm wood paneled walls, rustic log furniture and plenty of natural light streaming in through the many large windows. A covered front porch runs the full length of the home and beckons that you relax and sit for a spell. My favorite room is the breakfast room/ lounge at the back of the house. The many big windows provide an excellent vantage point to survey the landscape for wildlife and enjoy the expansive terrain. The Curlew National Grassland comprises 47,000 acres of public land and was originally established to improve the soils and vegetation. Historically, the Curlew Grassland, in Southeastern Idaho, was inhabited by the Bannock and Shoshone Indian Tribes before the settlement of the pioneers. Tangible signs of these former inhabitants are evidenced through several teepee rings on the property. Two to three weeks out of the year, when the vegetation starts to change color, the circles become apparent, revealing the taller grass they planted along the outside of their teepees for insulation. The connection to Native American Indians is further evidenced through the numerous artifacts, primarily, arrowheads discovered along the waters edge, near the cooler water. One can imagine the cleansing and food preparation that took place along this precious resource. Curlew National Grassland is administered as multiple use lands with emphasis on grazing of livestock, watershed management, wildlife and recreation use. Sweeten Pond area is developed especially for waterfowl and shorebirds. Stone Reservoir is also in the grasslands and offers excellent Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Rainbow Trout, White Crappie, and Pumpkinseed fishing. This property is in hunting unit 73 and known for deer and upland game. Most of the grasslands are open to hunting as well, with game such as deer, rabbit, pheasants, grouse, curlew and waterfowl. Borders Curlew National Grasslands on 3 sides Ranch house with 3 bedrooms and 1 baths on the main floor and partially finished basement Lodge with apartment on 2nd floor and full kitchen, great room and several small rooms on main 4-6 RV hookups with water and power Broadband Internet tower on property
Exterior Features

Garage Type None

Interior Features

Basement Sqft 1472 Main Level Bedrooms 2 Main Level Full Baths 1 Main Level Half Baths 1 Main Level Sqft 2208 Primary Heat Source Propane Total Fireplaces 0

Property Features

Foreclosure YN No Hoa Dues YN No Short Sale YN No Style Ranch Taxes 1468 Type Land W/Residential

Listing provided courtesy of David White of Whitetail Properties Real Estate Llc: 406-209-8935. © 2022 Greater Pocatello Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. All Rights Reserved.


© 2022 Greater Pocatello Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. All Rights Reserved. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or The Perfect Home | Keller Williams Realty East Idaho. Data last updated: 2022-10-07T13:31:20.067.

 
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