This property has a spring at the bottom of the hill that is gravity fed. It has a well with an average temperature of 84 degrees that supports the main house with a pump house in the back yard. There are automatic sprinklers for watering the back yard. It also has two Chicken coops, a 36 x 50 barn, 6 stalls, hay storage, tack room, concrete alley, an 80 x 100 arena, and more!This home lies less than 3 miles outside of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, and within a 30-minute drive from the Boise Metro area. Horseshoe Bend gets its namesake from the shape that the Payette River makes along its perimeter. This Boise County town has a deep history in both the mining and logging industries. However, today one of its main appeals is the quiet rural atmosphere it provides while still being an easy commute to Boise. Many people drive through the area during their travels along the 112-mile route of the Payette River Scenic Byway. This quaint community offers residents and visitors a variety of activities to enjoy. These include casting your fishing pole in the nearby ponds and Payette River, soaking in the relaxing waters at Roystone Hotsprings, or taking a treetop zipline adventure with Zip Idaho. The town also hosts a Banjo Contest and Festival each year. Additional recreation such as camping, hiking, ATV-ing, hunting, and snowmobiling are available in the nearby Boise National Forest and Payette National Forest.