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875 Acres Of Beautiful Snake River Frontage Property
8.75 acres of Beautiful Snake River frontage property just two miles upstream from Glenns Ferry, Idaho. This lot would make a great home/cabin site, vineyard or continue using as pasture land š. The area has excellent goose/duck hunting & sturgeon/bass fishing, and is just miles from the some of the best deer/elk hunting and trout waters in Idaho. Glenns Ferry is home to Crossings Winery & Carmela Vineyards/golf course. Includes irrigation water rights, easy access to I-84 & only an hour from Boise. There is approximately 423' for river frontage. Fish, Camp and/or build your dream home! No HOA & No CC&R's - From this property you will undoubtedly be witness to some amazing sunsets. Listed at $290,000 - see more photos here!
Why choose Glenns Ferry as your destination to build your riverfront home? People are attracted to Glenns Ferry because of its way-of-life, friendly residents, services, schools, low crime rate, proximity to trophy hunting, fishing and other outdoor attractions, and the small-town way of life.
š£ Right off your property you can fish all day long for species such as Small Mouth Bass, Large Mouth Bass, Trout, Carp, Cat Fish and with the right equipment and the right spot you can even fish for giant White Sturgeon nearby.
Wine Region - Many people visit Glenns Ferry from the whole area and state to visit Carmela Vineyards and itās beautiful 9-hole golf courseļøšš»āā. The greens are well taken care of and the scenery is top notch. The huge French-chateau style stone building host a winery, club house and restaurant. Carmela's is a great addition to the area and something Glenns Ferry is proud of!
How cool is this? History was made here. The history on the Oregon Trail and the Snake River flows right by Three Island State Park and Glenns Ferry. The three islands here were used as stepping stones by Oregon Trail travelers to cross the river and continue their journey west. Many miles and miles of wagon ruts and sagebrush from the trail can still be found on the plateaus above. With all this great history of course, there is an amazing place to visit and learn when coming to Glenns Ferry, the Oregon Trail Education and History Center at Three Island State Park. The exhibits tell the story of what happened here on the Oregon Trail. An event takes place each year on the 2nd Saturday in August where the re-create the historic crossing. Wagons with teams of men, women and horses make their way down from the plateau above and carefully across the three islands in the Snake River. The wagons and riders are escorted across by Native Americans.
Clayton Clark - Initial Point @ Stubbs Realty 208-996-6507