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Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River
#ID262161
Lemhi, Idaho
9,303.00 acres
Fay Ranches is honored to bring the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River to market. Nestled at the base of the continental divide in north-central Idaho, the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River is one the most scenic and prolific sporting ranches in the Rocky Mountain West. Comprised of 9,303 deeded acres and 65,919 leased acres, totaling 75,222 acres, the ranch is expansive, featuring 10.5 miles of the Lemhi River, a private, wild trout fishery, plus countless miles of spring creeks and mountain streams.

From the banks of the Lemhi River to the continental divide, this ranch encompasses some of the most beautiful, scenic country the Rocky Mountain West has to offer. This is a true river to mountain offering that has more miles of fishable trout water than any ranch we know of on the market today. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife, including trophy bull elk, mule and white-tailed deer, antelope, moose, bighorn sheep, upland birds, and waterfowl. Not only is this ranch a recreational gem, but it is set up to, and capable of running 1,100 AUs.
$23,775,000

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Black Rock Horse Ranch
#ID253632
Kootenai, Idaho
1,140.00 acres
Are you looking at Idaho horse ranch properties for sale? The Black Rock Horse Ranch is arguably the largest and most sophisticated horse ranch in the northwest and consists of 1,140 acres. The Idaho horse ranch is located along the south side of the Coeur dAlene River in Kootenai County which is near the town of Harrison. The green, grassy paddocks and pristine, white fencing seem almost endless, reminiscent of the famous equine farms of Kentucky.

Currently, the Black Rock Horse Ranch is operating as a horse ranch specializing in Reining horses, Arabian horses and a breeding program of both. The state of the art laboratory, aka veterinary clinic, is modeled after the lab at Texas A&M and provides all the tools needed to run a successful breeding program from conception, throughout gestation, and long after a foal reaches adulthood.

Improvements include an indoor arena, 96 horse stalls, stallion barn with attached reception area and guest house, 3 employee homes, a lab with breeding and birthing stalls, plus various farm buildings and horse training facilities. Equestrian enthusiasts will love all the ranch's attributes, from relaxing sunset horseback rides to competitive events.
This phenomenal property has frontage on the Coeur d'Alene River near the town of Harrison in Kootenai County, Idaho. Harrison, Idaho, is a beautiful, small resort town only 35 miles from Coeur dAlene, and 67 miles from Spokane.

Elegant with a flash of country charm best describes the 3,737 sq. ft. main residence, all on one level. The design includes a large open foyer with high ceilings and extra-wide hallways. The tall ceilings complement this feeling of spaciousness, and the views of Coeur dAlene and Anderson lakes provide an awe-inspiring backdrop. House features a helicopter pad.
$12,900,000
Renegade Ranch
#ID720817
Blaine, Idaho
1,226.00 acres
Encompassing 1,226 acres and a remarkable two and a half miles of fabled Silver Creek, Renegade Ranch is one of the premier sporting and lifestyle properties in the Sun Valley area. Nestled against the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains, the ranch is conveniently located 45 minutes from Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour south of the commercial airport in Hailey. Improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 2,160 square foot log home located in a secluded aspen grove on the banks of Silver Creek. Upstream of the home is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and barbeque area ideal for creekside dining and entertaining. Other improvements include a three-bedroom guest house, managers residence, additional employee housing, equipment storage, and a large workshop with attached dog kennels. Although trout fishing is the predominant activity at the Renegade, the ranch provides excellent wildlife habitat and is home to upland game birds as well as elk and mule deer. The ranch is located in hunt unit 52 and the Smokey-Bennett elk zone and qualifies for landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts. In addition to its recreational attributes, the Renegade features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 250 acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland to raise hay and grain. The Renegade is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the propertys size, location, and extensive frontage on Silver Creek, it is a prime candidate for one.
$19,750,000
22456 S ANDERSON LAKE RD
#ID366214
Kootenai, Idaho
1,140.00 acres
BLACK ROCK HORSE RANCH - Very rare offering, incredible horse set up. One of nicest in the Nation. Must see veterinary lab and state of the art breeding facility. Custom home is overlooking the mountains and lakes plus 3 separate homes. Several barns, 96 stalls, 300x150 indoor riding arena, and much, much more. 1140 acres in all with grassy pastures, rolling hills and 2.9 miles of Lake frontage on Anderson lake. Short boat ride to Lake Coeur d''Alene. Close to 3 nationally ranked Golf courses. $12,900,000. Must see brochure and video.
$12,900,000
NW Corner Hayden Avenue and Hwy 41 South 1/2
#ID464431
Kootenai, Idaho
88.00 acres
Prime development potential. 88+/- acres perfectly located on the Northwest corner of Hayden Avenue and Highway 41.
$9,680,000
Muleshoe Ranch
#ID720832
Lemhi, Idaho
1,855.00 acres
Rich in local history, the Muleshoe Ranch is a well-rounded, true production cattle and recreational ranch located along the banks of the Lemhi River just 17.5 miles southeast of Salmon, Idaho, the County Seat of Lemhi County. Year-round access is provided via State Highway 28 right to the ranchs front gate. Comprised of 1,855 deeded acres, the Muleshoe Ranch controls approximately 2.5 miles of the Lemhi River, as well as 2.1 miles of Pattee Creek flowing out of the adjacent public lands. With a year-round owner rated carrying capacity of 600+ head, the ranch provides adequate water for irrigating approximately 634 acres of cropland and hay meadows with an average hay production of 1,750 ton per year of grass hay and alfalfa. Irrigation water is delivered via two pivots, wheel lines, and flood irrigation. The Muleshoe Ranch is the sole operator on the adjacent BLM, national forest, and Idaho state land grazing allotments, which amount to an 800 head permit beginning in early May and running through October 20 for a total of 4,200 AUMs. This expansive grazing allotment, which spans the Continental Divide and up to Montana, is comprised of 19 rotation pastures, 21 water developments via water troughs, pipelines and spring boxes, and is approximately 15X12 miles in size. There is a total of seven residences throughout the three farmsteads on the ranch. These residences vary in size from small hunting and fishing guest cabins to modest ranch managers and employee housing, to the beautifully restored owners residence, which was the old Red Rock stage station from 1866 to 1910. The home was remodeled and updated in the 1990s and has been added onto, as well. In addition to the residences, the Muleshoe Ranch has a complete set of working and handling facilities which include a large shop and loft barn, fuel tanks in a contained station, various equipment and machine sheds, hay barns, truck and livestock scales, feedlot and calving sheds, and extensive corrals.

The ranch offers an array of recreational amenities in addition to its productive agricultural components. A tributary of the Salmon River, there is approximately 2.5 miles of willow and cottonwood lined banks of the Lemhi River flowing through the ranch. The river originates 25 miles south of the Muleshoe Ranch at its headwaters near Leadore, ID. From there, it picks up several smaller springs and streams along the way before arriving at its confluence with the Salmon River. The Lemhi River is known for its critical spawning habitat for the wild steelhead and salmon that make the long journey from the Pacific Ocean all way to the rivers upper reaches to spawn. There are also healthy numbers of rainbow trout and bull trout found throughout the system. As you make your way from the river bottom to the upper reaches of the ranch, you will find deer in the irrigated hay and pasture meadows, as well as in the sagebrush hillsides and pivot irrigated acreage on the bench. The deer and elk will also migrate and seek shelter along the tree-lined corridor of Pattee Creek as it exits the expansive public lands of the BLM east of the ranch, which also connects to national forest.

The Muleshoe ranch is as equally rich in history as it is in recreational and agricultural amenities. In August 1805, the Lewis and Clark expedition crossed the continental divide at the Lemhi Pass approximately 10 miles to the east of the Lemhi River and Muleshoe Ranch. There, the group encountered a tribe of Shoshone Indians, one of whom turned out to be Cameahwait, brother of Sacagawea. It is said that the birthplace of Sacagawea was along the banks of Pattee Creek at a Shoshone camp, which was located on what is now the Muleshoe Ranch. In 1855, a group of Mormon missionaries came from Utah to establish a remote colony known as Fort Lemhi, located on the ranch just below one of its benches. A religious settlement rather than a military fort, the Salmon River Mission grew to more than 100 settlers before conflicts with the local Indian tribes forced them to abandon the valley in 1858. However, during the missionaries time here, they identified a tract of farmland downstream and dug a ditch off of Pattee Creek farther upstream. After ploughing several acres of land, they turned the water on and ran it through the ditch to irrigate the newly planted crops. This was the first irrigation project in the great Northwest and some of these historic irrigation ditches are still used today. Part of an old adobe mission wall still stands on the Muleshoe Ranch, as well as the Fort Lemhi Cemetery and a monument in honor of the Salmon River Mission and those who lost their lives.
$9,100,000
Melba Development Property with Views
#ID406892
Canyon, Idaho
563.00 acres
Rural farmland with great potential for development. Two private airstrips on over 500 acres of irrigated ground with a mix of level and rolling topography. The main airstrip has an outbuilding that can be used for multiple purposes. This property is one of the highest points in Canyon County with unimpeded views of the valley and the Owyhee Mountains. The property also includes 413 shares of water rights.The land is located in the agricultural community of Melba, Idaho. This Canyon County town lies amongst the fruitful pastures in the Snake River Valley of Southwest Idaho. Crop farming is a staple for Melbas industry and it is even known as The Seed Heart of America for the assortment of crops its grown in its fields. These crops include but are not limited to alfalfa, peas, beans, potatoes, sugar beets, onions, corn, and grain.Melba is considered part of the Boise City Nampa, Idaho metropolitan area known as the Treasure Valley. While this small agricultural community may feel isolated, it is just minutes away from the amenities and services available to its neighboring larger cities for shopping and entertainment.One local must attend event is the Melba Olde Tyme 4th of July Celebration which includes a parade, car show, tractor pull, and one of the best firework shows in the state! For those that enjoy outdoor recreation, the town is close to landmarks such as Celebration Park, Initial Point, Cleos Ferry Museum & Nature Trail, Givens Hot Springs, and the Snake River. So activities such as fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, or boating are within less than a 20-minute drive.
$7,891,380
Development Acreage Off Highway 55
#ID449119
Valley, Idaho
166.00 acres
Sprawling acreage off Highway 55 ideal for multifamily and limited commercial use. Located on the corner of Highway 55 and Eld Lane, this property is located in the heart of Donnelly. This level topography showcases 360-degree surrounding views and 3,975 ft of direct highway frontage.Donnelly is midway between 2 Idaho resort towns. It is 16 miles from Cascade, ID and 13 miles from the resort town of McCall, ID. Cascade, ID is a small mountainous town situated along Highway 55 and Lake Cascade Recreational Area. This state park is popular for the water sports it offers such as sailing, boating, swimming and windsurfing. It also has several developed campsites and hiking trails. Some of the local annual events in Cascade include the Valley County Fair, the Winter Jamboree, Cascade Thunder Mountain Days, the Buckskin Bill Rendezvous and Howdy s Fishing Derby. Valley County is also host to some of Idaho s most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are known for their tremendous fishing. These bodies of water boast diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and small mouth bass.To the North is McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. It is an outdoor recreational hot-spot especially for many residents from the Boise metro area who are looking for a weekend escape. Besides Brundage Mountain, McCall is also central to both the Little Ski Hill and Tamarack Resort thus making McCall known for its winter recreation. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. In fact, one of the its most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. People also escape to this charming mountain town during the summer months to enjoy activities such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking or soaking in the one of the area s natural hot springs. The spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites and beaches along the Payette Lake.
$6,900,000
Breathtaking Riverfront Property With Unlimited Potential
#ID451086
Payette, Idaho
103.00 acres
Truly a one of a kind property located at the mouth of the pristine Payette River where it meets the mighty Snake River. This property boasts some of the most impressive riverfront opportunities in this state. This fisherman or woman’s paradise is over 100 acres of developable soil, broken up by natural vegetation barriers allowing for countless development plans with varying densities. Experience mesmerizing sunsets along the western shores while you enjoy a campfire or some night fishing. Only minutes from Payette’s historic downtown and located inside city limits, this location is poised to take advantage of the area’s skyrocketing growth. Enjoy the many deer, duck, cougar and occasional antelope that call this property home while you sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of living so close to nature. With three-quarters of a mile of river frontage and zoning for multi-family, this property presents an amazing opportunity to make an amazing living experience as a development or ranch. Wrapping the riverfront is the city of Payette’s greenbelt which will open additional recreational activities and give walking access to the city’s restaurants and stores. Along with world-class fishing in the Payette and Snake Rivers, Idaho Fish and Game manages and stocks a shared fishing pond providing fun for anglers of all ages. Come see why this property is unmatched and destined to make lifelong memories for all that enjoy it.
$6,200,000
NW Corner Hayden Ave and Hwy 41 North 1/2
#ID606968
Kootenai, Idaho
62.00 acres
Prime development potential. 62+/- acres perfectly located on the Northwest corner of Hayden Avenue and Highway 41.
$6,200,000