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This parcel on Agate Drive is less than 200 feet from the banks of the Salmon River. The property is narrow and nestled between Agate Drive and Hwy. 93. There are power lines just across the street and a number of nice homes in the area. The surrounding mountains include the continental divide, just to the north. If you are an outdoors person that likes year-round recreation, fishing, and hunting, this is the place to be.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number: 5785
  • Size: 0.13 Acres
  • Dimensions: 55' x 83' x 51' x 128'
  • County: Lemhi
  • State: Idaho
  • Home Owners Association: Steelhead Bend Mutual Water Co
  • Annual Taxes: $19.08
  • Annual HOA Dues: $35.00
  • HOA Information: Steelhead Bend Mutual Water provides water services for this area.
  • Farming
  • Homesite
  • Recreational
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Camping Nearby
  • Waterfront
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): RP000750010120A
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: Lot 12, Block 1, Salmon River Estates, Unit No. 2, as per map recorded in Book 2, Page 34 to 37 inclusive, records in the office of the County Recorder of said County. Situate in the County of Lemhi, State of Idaho.
  • Dimensions: 55' x 83' x 51' x 128'
  • Zoning: Agricultural
  • Zoning Code: AG/Res (Agricultural/Residential):
  • Zoning Definition: Small Scale development allowed up to the minimum lot size. No further division of lots allowed, are pre-platted.
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