$550,000   •   40.01 Acres

Private 40-acre hilltop building lot overlooking Black Canyon Reservoir in Spring Creek Ranches. The building site has already been leveled out in the perfect location to build your dream home where you can enjoy unimpeded views in all directions. LandPower is available and all lot owners share in the cost of maintaining and improving the roads. The lot sits at the base of the butte just 9 miles from downtown Emmett and only 3.5 miles from Black Canyon Park.  The parcel is zoned for agriculture so livestock, greenhouses, orchards, and farming is permitted. Minimal CCRs and no HOA! 40.01 Acres Close to Black Canyon Reservoir Minimal CCRs No HOAs Power Available Road Maintenance Shared by Lot Owners Zoned: A-1 Prime Agriculture RecreationEmmett residents enjoy their close proximity to recreational opportunities, particularly hunting and fishing. Popular fishing hotspots include Sawyers Pond, Black Canyon Dam, or the Payette River which winds through the community. Area hunters appreciate the exceptional game bird hunting and big game hunting available at their fingertips. Another local natural attraction is Squaw Butte where many people enjoy hiking or snowshoeing. This large acreage building lot is centrally located to many of these recreational hubs. 2.5 miles from Black Canyon Dam 2.5 miles from Wild Rose Park 2.6 miles from the Payette River 3.5 miles from Black Canyon Park 8 miles from Roystone Hot Springs 9 miles from Downtown Emmett 9 miles from Gem Island Sports Complex 11 miles from Montour Campground 12 miles from Sawyers Pond 13 miles from Gem County Golf Course 16 miles from Firebird Raceway 18.5 miles from Horseshoe Bend LocationThe rural town of Emmett, Idaho is located 9 miles from the property, so you are close to shopping and services. Emmett, Idaho is a thriving community that serves as the county seat of Gem County. The region is known as “The Valley of Plenty” due to its bountiful agriculture industry and rich soils. Gem County produces a variety of tasty fruits from its abundant fruit orchards. These include cherries, apricots, apples, blueberries, and strawberries. In fact, the town even celebrates this during its Emmett Cherry Festival held every summer and the Harvest Festival held every fall. Many of the local orchards even allow the public to come and pick their own produce. Other notable agricultural roles in the Emmett Valley include dairy farming and livestock farming.  Emmett is also within a 30 to 60-minute commute from the Boise metro area making it a great place to enjoy the perks of small-town living while still being close to the amenities of a larger city.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Austin Callison
Austin Callison
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