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Parcel 3 Highway 9, Deary , Idaho 83823 - Latah County
$143,910 55.61 Acres
Property ID 1008561


Less than 10 minutes from the quiet farming community of Deary, you'll find Pleasant Hills Crossing. Consisting of approximately 55.61 partially wooded acres right along Highway 9. There is also easy year round access to public roads so it is perfect for building your own country homestead or farmette.

The community of Deary sits at the base of Potato Mountain, affectionately known as Spud Hill, at the junction of Highways 8 and 3. This quiet farming and logging community has a rich history which begun in 1907 by Potlatch Lumber Company. The town is conveniently just 24 miles from Moscow, Idaho and the University of Idaho, the hub for shopping and cultural events in Latah County. However, from Deary you still have outdoor recreation at your fingertips. Little Boulder Campground is only a few miles away which offers ATV riding, backpacking, hiking, and horseback riding. Other popular recreational activities include hunting, fishing and camping in the nearby public lands. Property is also only 20 minutes from St Joe National Forest which offers a variety of year round recreational opportunities.


From Deary, drive West on Highway 8 for 1 mile to Highway 9. Turn right & drive Northwest approximately 4.6 miles. Property is on left (west) side of the highway.


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