Appreciate the beauty of Idaho right out your front door! Crimson Ridge is a quiet and undisturbed rural planned community just on the outskirts of Grangeville, Idaho. Imagine constructing your dream home on one of its select building lots and taking pleasure in the picturesque scenery. During the day you can enjoy the views of the Nez Perce National Forest to the West or appreciate the rolling farm country of the Camas Prairie to the East. Then in the evenings you can revel in the striking sunsets which are displayed along the skyline.
Crimson Ridge is set along a scenic ridge adjacent to the Grangeville Golf and Country Club. Its residents get to take advantage of several community perks. One of these includes a complimentary membership to the country club and having their first year of dues paid. Lot owners also have access to the golf course from the approximately 3/4 mile paved path which trails between the golf course green and the subdivision. This path is suitable for walking, bicycling or driving golf carts. Crimson Ridge occupants have plenty of common area space at their disposal. There are 10+ acres of association maintained common area and access to a year-round stream that meanders through a portion of the common area. Other subdivision amenities include underground utilities and paved and lighted streets.
Lot 7B is one of the building lots on the West side of the subdivision. It is approximately 5.01 acres and is one of the lots that is preapproved to allow horses.
One of the benefits of Crimson Ridge is its close proximity to town. It is located right off of Highway 95 just 1.5 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho. Grangeville is the county seat of Idaho County, the largest county in land volume in the state of Idaho. This quiet farm community is opportunely positioned near public wilderness areas, ski areas and some of the finest whitewater rivers in Idaho. Therefore it acts as a recreational hub, giving recreational enthusiasts access to activities like fishing, hunting, camping, atving, snowmobiling, skiing and river rafting. The Grangeville area is also known for its local events and festivals. In fact, visitors flock to this rural community to witness Idaho's Oldest Rodeo and one of the largest egg tosses in the world during the Annual Border Days Celebration.
From Grangeville, Idaho drive south on US Highway 95 approximately 1.6 miles. Turn left (East) on Ridgeview Drive. Building lot 7B will be on the left.
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