Five vacant acres with deeded access. Located at end of ½ mile private drive. So, very private, yet close to Kamiah town, population 1,292. Drive is used by 5 properties so, road maintenance is split 5 ways. Property is mostly pasture with a few Ponderous Pine trees. South facing. Sloping. Good place for livestock, small farm. Approximately 1,400 to 1,500 foot elevation. Some river, town and great Clearwater valley views.
Newly fenced 2 sides. Well depth on (seller’s) adjoining property is 295 feet (230 feet static water level and 270 feet pump depth). Located in Idaho County so, no building code, permits or inspections. (You do have to deal with the state, however, for septic and electrical.) Property suitable for septic. Great location for solar, however, power is on adjoining (sellers) property so, there is potential to tap into that. The Clearwater River Valley is known as “The banana belt of Idaho”, meaning that it is milder here weather wise than much of the rest of the state. But, we definitely experience four distinct seasons here. It is also quite conservative here. A lot of the people are pretty private but, most are very friendly.
There is a lot more freedom left here than most places. The Sheriff will come to your aid if you are being hassled by the State or Feds and encourages people to own and carry arms. His under-sheriff teaches several firearms classes. Great king salmon and steelhead trout fishing in the nearby Clearwater River and plenty of deer and elk hunting in the area. In fact, you can get your deer without even leaving the property.