$2,795,000   •   75.72 Acres
3 br / 2 ba /

Located close by Lake Lowell, this expansive 75-acre farm features a spacious 3,480 square foot shop with living quarters, second home, abundant fruit trees, and over 50 acres of irrigated land. LandSpanning 75.72 acres, this exceptional property features over 52 acres of irrigated farmland with rich silty loam soil, currently used to grow mint, wheat, and corn. Situated just south of Lake Lowell, it offers stunning views and a gentle slope with several nice level areas. The land is dotted with groves of cherry, plum, peach, and apricot trees. Newly planted peach, pear, nectarine, and apple trees, along with large shade trees, surround the home. The property also enjoys excellent water rights and is a haven for quail and pheasant. ImprovementsThe 3,480 sqft shop with living quarters, built in 2022, features a 40×60 main shop area with a 3/4 bathroom. It includes two 10′ doors and a 14′ RV stall door, plus several additional storage rooms. Upstairs, the 1,080 sqft living quarters offer 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, with a kitchen boasting granite countertops and custom cabinets, an open floor plan, and a bathroom with dual vanities and a walk-in shower. The 18×12 deck and lower patio with a fireplace provide perfect spots for enjoying the views and entertaining. The property’s electric service is ample enough to accommodate another home, with upgrades to the storage building and the 38×60 metal outbuilding, which is ideal for additional storage. An older storage building, now renovated, houses the well and pressure tank and serves as a sales point for the property’s U-Pick fruit operation. Additionally, the property includes an old farmhouse with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, further enriching this versatile and well-equipped estate. RecreationIf you like to relax by fishing, there are opportunities to cast your fishing pole in the Snake River at Marsing Pond or at the nearby Wilson Springs Ponds.  Both ponds are known for producing rainbow trout or largemouth bass. Additional fishing and recreational opportunities are available at Celebration Park and Swan Falls Dam which is south of the property. Lake Lowell Wilson Spring Ponds Indian Creek Winery Snake River St. Chappelle Winery Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Celebration Park Jump Creek Falls Givens Hot Springs Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey Swan Falls Dam General Operations The property, currently leased at $13,625 per year for its 52 acres of farmland, also generates additional revenue from the owner’s U-Pick fruit business. Region & ClimateNampa, Idaho, located in the Treasure Valley, boasts a semi-arid climate with hot, dry summers and cold, moderately wet winters. Summer temperatures average around 91°F, while winter lows dip to 23°F, with about 19 inches of annual snowfall and 11 inches of total precipitation. The transitional seasons of spring and fall offer mild, variable weather, enhancing the region’s natural beauty. Supported by irrigation from the Snake River, Nampa’s climate is ideal for diverse agricultural activities. LocationShopping, hospital facilities, and entertainment are just a mere 20 minutes away in either direction to Nampa, Idaho, or Kuna, Idaho.  The property is nestled between the beautiful shores of Lake Lowell and the agricultural country of south Canyon County.  Lake Lowell Reservoir is a popular venue for enjoying swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking.  There are also two public parks along the lake where residents can gather for barbecues or picnics. Lake Lowell Park is located on the upper dam and includes a disc golf course. The park on the lower dam is part of the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, so it is a great site for bird-watching. East of Lake Lowell is Idaho’s wine and orchard country.  Some of Idaho’s finest wines are produced in the lush vineyards of Canyon County at wineries such as Ste. Chapelle Winery, Bitner Vineyards, and Hells Canyon Winery.


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