This 20-acre off-grid Idaho property is perfect for homesteaders or hunters. It includes a 1.5-acre pond with ample water rights, a solar-powered bungalow, irrigation, cleared home site, and offers off-grid living amidst wildlife, hunting opportunities, and scenic mountain views. Land Situated just 20-minutes from Cambridge, Idaho, and a scenic 30-minute journey from Weiser, this 20-acre tract of land is primed and waiting to become your ideal homestead or a sanctuary for avid hunters. Included is a 1.5 surface acre pond with ample water rights, a bungalow equipped with solar power, a reliable irrigation system, a partially completed underground greenhouse tailored for winter crop cultivation, and a fully irrigated half-acre plot ready for your farming endeavors. This property also includes a cleared and leveled site for your future dream home and a pole barn, while offering an off-grid experience, abundant wildlife, mountain views, and hunting opportunities for antelope, deer, and bear enthusiasts. Improvements Off Grid Bungalow: includes exterior and interior lighting, interior receptacles, electric oven, mini refrigerator and freezer, exhaust fan, carpeting and bedframe with storage underneath. Solar Power System: includes 12 solar panels, brand new 200 AMP hour batteries, a 1,500 Watt inverter, and 45 AMP charge controller. Potential Build Sites: a home site and a pole barn site have been cleared and leveled. An additional building permit is available. Recreation Midvale, Idaho, and its surrounding areas offer a diverse array of recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The Weiser River is a focal point for fishing, canoeing, and riverside picnics. The nearby Weiser River Trail beckons hikers, bikers, and equestrians to explore its scenic paths, winding through rolling hills and providing breathtaking views year-round. During the winter months, the nearby Payette National Forest transforms into a snow-covered playground, drawing snowmobilers and cross-country skiers. The forest is also a paradise for hunters, hikers, and wildlife enthusiasts throughout the year. Nearby recreational amenities include: Crane Creek Reservoir Cascade Reservoir Boise National Forest Payette National Forest Weiser River Weiser River Trail Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water Rights: Year-Round Appropriated Ground Water Rights and 7.2 Acre-Feet of Storage Irrigation System: 220 GPM Pump 1,600 Gallon Black Storage Tank 600′ of 2″ lay flat hose 6 sprinkler risers 500′ of 3/4″ Residential Hose Hose Bib Manifold Region & Climate Midvale, Idaho, experiences a semi-arid climate characterized by four distinct seasons. Summers are typically warm and dry while winters are cold and snowy. Spring and fall bring transitional weather, with mild temperatures and occasional precipitation. Location Midvale is a quaint town in the heart of Idaho’s rural landscape. With a population of just a few hundred residents, Midvale exudes a strong sense of community and charm that’s characteristic of small-town America. Surrounded by rolling hills, farmland, and the meandering waters of the Weiser River, it’s an idyllic destination for those seeking a peaceful retreat. The town’s history is deeply rooted in agriculture, and the influence of farming and ranching is palpable in its daily life. Visitors to Midvale are often greeted by sweeping vistas of golden fields and grazing livestock. This connection to the land is not only reflected in the town’s economy but also in the welcoming nature of its residents.