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Steve Atkinson
Steve Atkinson
Sports Afield
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$365,000 40 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1440 sqft
753 W Pilot Springs Road, Arimo, Idaho 83214 - Bannock County

Hollingshead Cabin

This is a place away from it all but yet with year round access via a county road. Uninhibited views of all the mountain ranges boast beautiful vistas no matter the time of day. Once you're on the property, your cabin in the pines rests quietly. The home is fully finished with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and can be a great getaway from town. This property was once used as a tree farm and you'll find hundreds of mature pines located by and beyond the cabin. If you need to get out of the house and into a workspace, the 60x200 shop will give you more than ample room for many projects. Maybe you could build that indoor horse arena you've been wanting. Then as you go outside, you can stretch out on your 40 acres. The terrain features both field an
Steve Atkinson Sports Afield
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$289,000 288.88 acres
TBD S Marsh Valley Road, Downey, Idaho 83234 - Bannock County

Birch Creek Lands

288 acres with a stream and fully fenced. This property is currently income producing until 2017 via the CRP program. With easy year round access, elevated views of the valley, and close proximity to public lands, this property has the potential for many uses. Come take a look before this one leaves the market. Actual CRP acreage to be verified and will change.
Steve Atkinson Sports Afield
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$1,990,000 152.23 acres
UNKNOWN, Gibbonsville, Idaho 83463 - Lemhi County

Moose Creek Estates

Where to start? Perhaps by saying, "it's a gated community in the mountain tops, surrounded by the largest wilderness area in the lower 48 states". To understand the area, you have to know it's about the furthest private property north on HWY 93 before you reach Montana; it's approximately 4 miles from Montana where the Lost Trail Ski Resort rests on the summit; it's just barely downstream from the beginnings of the North Fork of the Salmon (River of No Return) River; it controls approximately miles of private access to thousands of acres with trophy big game; and it's about an hour from Hamilton, MT. You will be in awe by this property. Noxious weeds are notoriously controlled and replaced by grasses that invite elk, moose, deer, black b
Steve Atkinson Sports Afield