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Nestled in the quaint Lake Pend Oreille community you will come across this near lake front property in a highly sought-after area of Bayview, ID. Recreational lake activities are abundant in the area, with boating and fishing being the top two in the area. This property is only about 30 miles to the large city of Coeur d’Alene, ID which is the largest city in the county. Give this lake front community a chance and begin building your next home with this property while it lasts.

  • Property Number: 10671
  • Size: 0.267 Acres
  • Dimensions: 126.64 x 119.69 x 105 x 93.56
  • County: Kootenai
  • State: Idaho
  • Annual Taxes: $347.96
  • Homesite
  • Investment
  • Recreational Nearby
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Waterfront Nearby
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 059000020170
  • Road Access: Gravel Road
  • Slope Description: Sloped
  • Legal Description: Lot 17, Block 2, PEND OREILLE TERRACE, according to the plat recorded in the office of the County Recorder in Book “E” of Plats at Page 232 and 232A, records of Kootenai County, Idaho.
  • Dimensions: 126.64 x 119.69 x 105 x 93.56
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RR- Restriced Residential
  • Zoning Definition: RR - Restricted Residential: The Restricted Residential zone is a zoning district in which the land has been found to be suitable for residential use which is, or is expected to become, a one- or two-family unit living area. Uses are generally limited to residential uses.The minimum lot size in the Restricted Residential Zone shall be 8,250 square feet

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