$3,375,000   •   208.95 Acres
4 br / 2 ba /

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to own your own island! Ultimate 209-acre recreational paradise along the Snake River on the outskirts of Payette, Idaho. This rare legacy property offers a variety of recreational opportunities, water rights, wildlife, and breathtaking unspoiled natural beauty.LandLocated in Payette, Idaho, this impressive island property covers 209 acres, with 138 acres dedicated to irrigated farming. The land, primarily silt loam and fine sandy loam, is ideal for agriculture. This property boasts exceptional water rights, dating back to 1949, and utilizes flood irrigation for the farmland. The ditches are strategically positioned across the property to maximize agricultural efficiency. Surrounded by dense vegetation, the property offers privacy and natural beauty. With over 3 miles of Snake River frontage, the property also provides direct access to water activities and stunning views of the nearby foothills. The property is currently pending winter recreational water rights. ImprovementsThis property boasts a 2,870 square foot home built in 1960, which includes four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a full basement, offering ample living space. Additionally, the estate features two large outbuildings, each 80’x40′, and several grain silos. The bridge on the property has been reinforced to support up to 70 tons, ensuring easy and unrestricted access for transporting heavy equipment.   RecreationThis property on the Snake River offers a variety of recreational activities. It provides direct access to fishing and water sports right from the backyard. The surrounding island acts as a sanctuary for wildlife, including deer, turkeys, foxes, and various bird species such as ducks, geese, and upland birds, making it ideal for hunting. The river is known for excellent fishing opportunities with species like bass, catfish, crappie, and sturgeon. Payette residents enjoy hiking or biking the 1.6 miles of the Payette River Greenbelt which follows the banks of the Payette River.  There are also eight total public parks in Payette.  Kiwanis Park is a favorite which features a pool, skateboard park, and amphitheater.  For those that love watersports, Centennial Park is a hotspot with its boat ramp and docks.     AgricultureThe farm is currently cultivating alfalfa. In the past, it has also produced crops such as corn and onions. The property has produced over 700 tons of hay, achieving yields of 7-8 tons per acre across 4 cuttings. Region & Climate Payette, Idaho lies on the eastern side of the Idaho-Oregon state border near where the Snake River and the Payette River converge.   Agriculture is one of the main industries in the community.  Crops typically grown in Payette County include onions, barley, corn, wheat, alfalfa, potatoes, and sugar beets.  It is also known for its abundant fruit orchards.  Residents and visitors enjoy celebrating annual events like the Payette County Fair, the Payette Apple Blossom Festival, or Fruitland Family Fun Days.  This town is the home of the Payette County Museum which displays several local historical collections.


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