$1,500,000   •   72.43 Acres

Gorgeous 73 acre paradise with Succor Creek flowing over 1/2 mile through the property. This rare legacy property offers a variety of recreational opportunities, water rights, wildlife, and breathtaking unspoiled natural beauty. Owner Financing Available! Land The main highlights of the property is its abundance of water. The property boasts approximately half a mile of creek frontage, as well as 37.8 acres of water rights. Even though it is close to town, this haven feels very secluded. The town of Homedale is just over a mile away. Several well-laid-out hay fields comprise the property, ranging between 3-5 acres, perfect for animal rotation or hay production.  Along the eastern portion of the property, there is elevated dry ground ideal for improvements such as a home, barns, or corrals. The property includes a building permit through Owyhee County. A 30-foot easement is in place to access the property off Egurrola Lane. Recreation The retreat is a prime location for hunters, attracting a variety of wildlife. For waterfowl hunters, there are mallards, wood ducks, and geese; for upland bird hunters, quail, pheasant, and turkey; and for big game hunters, there are even mule deer. The property is located in game unit 40. The Owyhee Mountains and the nearby Owyhee Reservoir are prominent natural features in the Owyhee County area of southwestern Idaho, offering a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Nearby attractions include: Owyhee River/Reservoir Owyhee Mountains Snake River Succor Creek State Natural Area Owyhee Canyonlands Local Winerys & Vineyards Succor Creek State Natural Area Jump Creek Falls Agriculture Agriculture plays a significant role in the identity and economy of Homedale. The region is known for its production of crops such as potatoes, onions, sugar beets, and corn. The fertile soil, abundant water resources, and favorable climate are a cornerstone of the county’s economy and heritage.  Region & Climate Homedale, Idaho experiences a semi-arid climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters. Summers are typically warm with temperatures often exceeding 90°F, especially in July and August, which are the hottest months. Winters are cold with temperatures dropping below freezing, and snowfall is not uncommon. Precipitation is relatively low throughout the year, with most of it occurring in the form of rain during the spring and early summer months.  Location Homedale, Idaho, sits in the scenic Snake River Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and the Owyhee Mountains. About 45 miles southwest of Boise, it offers both rural charm and easy access to urban amenities. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy activities like fishing and hiking nearby, while families can explore local landmarks like the Homedale City Park. 


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