52 acres of Gem County living, complete with 1650 feet of Hwy 52 frontage and 700 feet of Payette River frontage (northeast corner of the property) complete with a scenic view of Squaw Butte! From an equestrian center to a destination RV Park to mini-storage to a country store to a housing development, the possibilities are endless with this property. Adorable guest/bunk house with full equestrian area featuring a riding arena, 6 horse stables, corral, barn, workshop and lots of storage.
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Emmett-Gem County - 1550
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Single Family w/ Acreage
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Single,Farm & Ranch
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Emmett Independent District #221
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Barn,Corral,Fenced Part,Garden Space,Horses,Irrigation Available
Listing Data Last Updated 11-29-2021
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