$3,875,000   •   83.64 Acres
7 br / 6 ba /

This remarkable 83-acre equestrian property boasts two well-appointed homes, fully operational horse facilities, irrigated pastures, and productive farmland. Adding to its allure, the property borders public lands.. It is a true gem in the equestrian market, offering extensive acreage, two turnkey homes, and beautiful horse facilities.LandPresently serving as a horse training facility, this property offers great potential as an equine breeding facility or a combination of both pursuits. It boasts expansive pastures, thoughtfully fenced and cross-fenced with durable pipe fencing. The property benefits from 80 acres of valuable irrigation rights, sourced from its privately owned well. A comprehensive irrigation system includes two pivots, ten big gun sprinklers, and some convenient hand lines. Moreover, the pump has ample capacity to accommodate additional irrigation equipment, providing the means to irrigate currently untouched grounds, further enhancing the property’s versatility and productivity. ImprovementsPRIMARY HOME:  Hibbard Construction completed the primary residence in 2020, showcasing an array of impressive upgrades. This spacious home boasts 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, along with a dedicated office, den, theater room, formal dining room, laundry room, and pantry. The entrance greets guests with a striking wrought iron front door, leading to oak wood floors that gracefully stretch throughout the entire house. A built-in vacuum system ensures easy maintenance, while the solid wood 8-foot doors and custom cabinetry exude elegance in every room. The master bathroom showcases travertine floors and shower and is adorned with quartzite countertops, creating a luxurious retreat. Each guest bedroom enjoys its own private bathroom, featuring beautiful granite countertops. The theater room comes complete with reclining theater seats that remain with the home, offering an exceptional entertainment experience. The kitchen boasts exquisite quartzite countertops, complemented by a copper sink and stainless steel appliances. The living room captures a cozy ambiance with a Texas stone-style fireplace, while remote control shutters in the living room, breakfast room, and master bath provide convenience and privacy. Even the laundry room is well-appointed with a granite composite sink. Thoughtful touches like variable lighting in the entryway and theater room enhance the overall atmosphere. The property’s custom landscaping further enhances the appeal of this exceptional home. SECONDARY HOME:  The second home, constructed in 1996, spans an area of 2129 square feet and boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The kitchen features elegant granite countertops and has been recently upgraded with new stainless appliances, adding a modern touch. As a sustainable feature, the property is equipped with a solar electric system, promoting energy efficiency and reducing environmental impact. The surrounding landscaping enhances the outdoor experience, featuring mature trees, a tranquil water feature, and fruit trees that add to the natural beauty and charm of the property. SHOP WITH ATTACHED APARTMENT: This property offers a spacious 50 x 60 ft shop with a convenient 900 square foot apartment attached. Both the shop and apartment are equipped with a solar electric system and boast the luxury of heated floors. The shop itself is metal construction, well-insulated, and features one bay door, a car pit, and solar-heated floors for comfort during work hours. The apartment underwent a stylish remodeling in 2020, including a new kitchen adorned with stainless steel appliances, to include washer and dryer. With one bedroom, a well-appointed bathroom, a comfortable kitchen/living room area, and a separate hallway area designated for the washer and dryer, the apartment provides a cozy and functional living space. Its 900 square feet are maximized by the solar electric system and heated floors, offering a modern and eco-friendly living experience. HORSE BARN: 40 X 120 barn with 16 Noble panel stalls. 10 – 12 X 12 stalls, 6 – 12 X 24 stalls. Exercise/riding area, or add more stalls. HAY SHED: 30 X 100 covered hay shed with a 30′ lean-to to cover adjoining pens. RIDING ARENA & ROUND PEN: 125 X 270 riding arena set-up for roping with a 10′ return alley, a lead-up alley, roping boxes and a roping chute. The arena has excellent footing. 85 foot round pen with sand footing. RecreationThe property is near the heart of Idaho’s wine country within a few miles of the Snake River.  Outdoor recreation abounds in the Caldwell area. The Boise River meanders through the north portion of the city while to the south is the beautiful Lake Lowell. Both of these natural water features provide plenty of activities such as boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking. Nearby recreational amenities include: Bitner Vineyards Snake River St.Chappelle Winery Timberstone Golf Course Marsing Island Park Lake Lowell Downtown Caldwell Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Jump Creek Falls Givens Hot Springs Wilson Spring Ponds Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources80 acres of State of Idaho issued water rights from property owned well. Water shares: 63-82698, 63-33628, 63-34175 Region & ClimateCaldwell, Idaho experiences a semi-arid climate characterized by hot, dry summers and relatively mild winters. The region is part of the Intermountain West, which influences its weather patterns and climate conditions. LocationCaldwell, Idaho, is located in the picturesque Treasure Valley of southwestern Idaho. Known for its rich agricultural heritage and community spirit, Caldwell offers a unique blend of small-town charm and modern amenities. The city boasts a diverse range of outdoor recreational opportunities, with its proximity to the Owyhee Mountains and the Snake River providing ample options for hiking, fishing, and boating enthusiasts. Caldwell’s historic downtown exudes a quaint ambiance with its well-preserved architecture, offering delightful shops, restaurants, and cultural events that bring residents and visitors together. The city’s semi-arid climate, with hot summers and mild winters, creates an ideal environment for the cultivation of crops like peaches and wine grapes, contributing to the region’s thriving agricultural industry.


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