Take note on this one ! A rare opportunity to own land (5.35 Acres) in the well sought after North Bench area known for its mild micro climate, fertile ground and a great location situated only a few min N of the town of Bonners Ferry yet with a country feeling! If you have been looking for a manageable sized piece of ground to build your home on, one that is large enough to have some elbow room, a garden to grow some crops, yet not too large to maintain, you found it with this piece. Sit back and relax and marvel at the beauty of the majestic Selkirk Mountain range from these parcels. 4 total piece available, ranging in size from 2.34 to 5.5 acres! Purchase 1 or all 4 for an estate sized property to pass on for generations! Make an offer on all.....You may just be surprised! Welcome to your slice of all that North Idaho has to offer.
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