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Title:
Gorgeous 134 Acre Hunting/Fishing/Guest Ranch
Pricing:
$1,299,000
Description:

Just reduced $200,000 to $1,299,000 or 72 acres with all improvements for $999,000!!!
Hunting/Fishing/Guest Ranch for Business or Private Use. Beautiful 134.8 acre ranch for sale. Lots of game and waterfowl on paved County Road with pastures, timber, ponds and creeks lying in the majestic Cabinet Gorge between the Bitterroot and Cabinet Mountains of northern Idaho. Lots of ATV trails around the ranch and several rain-proof hunting blinds.

Operated as a working guest ranch since 1982 as a guest ranch with 6 nice, log cabins overlooking a pond; large ranch house; barns; shop; round pen; decks; fire ring; petting pen; spring house, chicken coop, log entry and fencing.

Some really big whitetails (mulies in the mountains above the ranch), elk, moose, bear, lion, turkey, beaver, otter, coyote, wolves, raccoon, eagle, osprey, wild geese and ducks, and more.

Short walk to the very large Clark Fork River and right across the road to the entrance of hundreds of thousands of acres of mountainous National Forest land. In beautiful gorge looking at highest peak in north Idaho and surrounded by close mountains.

Five miles upstream from largest lake in Idaho with world record fishing and home to 10 Navy submarines. We have 160+ class whitetails and 28 inch brown trout on the ranch, along with a resident elk herd and moose often observed from the house or cabins. I shot my elk this year from my front porch.

Presently only two hunters per year on the ranch beside owners, but only because ranch guests like to watch the wildlife. And when there are hunters, the ranch is shut down to all other guests. It could support many more hunters if it wasnt used as a guest ranch. Clark Fork Outfitters put most of their hunters here for lodging, and a lot of hunters stay at the ranch to hunt the National Forests that surround in every direction. 71% of North Idaho is public land. Last year owner shot his bull elk from the house porch. This year he shot one in the front pasture on opening day.

Hundreds of miles of ATV/snowmobile/4 X 4 forest service roads right across the road. Many guests come every year or several times a year. Approximately 20 artesion springs, including one estimated to be 7 gallons a second (large enough to create a nice creek). Lots of large, valuable, marketable cedar trees, and trails throughout the ranch. From 50-100 tons of hay each year. Just 30 miles from Sandpoint and the second largest ski resort in Idaho.

This ranch can be yours for a business or private hunting and fishing retreat. The ranch is colisted by Kristina Kingsland of Keller Williams-Sandpoint, ID (208-290-1509 Kris@kristinakingsland.com) and James Esperti of Fay Ranches, Bozeman, Montana (406-586-4001 jesperti@fayranches.com).

See ranch website for more ranch details and photos: www.diamondtranch.com. and Facebook-Diamond T Guest Ranch-hotel

City:
Clark Fork/Sandpoint
State:
Idaho
Country:
United States of America
Email:
Phone:
208-290-1509
Website:
http://DiamondTRanch.com
Photos:
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Look at the height on this whitetail taken on the ranch.
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Turkeys near the cabins.
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View to the north and Scotchmans Peak in the fall.
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A guest with a trout from our largest pond.
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Bull moose on the island of the largest pond.
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Moose are regular visitors. Theyve had up to 5 a day near the house and cabins.
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A big, heavy beam whitetail buck taken November 18, 2010 on the ranch.
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A huge black bear taken down the road from the ranch by a neighbor lady.
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A beautiful black bear in the house yard fall, 2015.
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A bull moose in the pond right behind the historical redwood and still used barn built in 1914.
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A nice whitetail creeping along a fence line.
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Nice rack on this whitetail buck.
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One of five nice bulls running the ranch during rut this past fall.
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Elk herd climbing bench from front pasture.
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Bull taken by owner opening day in front field.
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A nice 6 X 6 with his harem this last fall photographed from Cabin #7.
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