40 acres of mountain land in a beautiful picturesque setting outside McCall, Idaho with views of Blue Bunch Ridge and Mill Creek running through it. Known as Huckleberry Ridge, this property already has the initial groundwork completed for development into 9 single-family acreage lots. Land The preliminary plat for Huckleberry Ridge has been approved for 9 single-family lots ranging in size from 2.68 to 7.37 acres. The gently rolling land has Mill Creek running through the eastern portion of the property and beautiful aspen groves along the western portion. It is conveniently located within a few miles of both national forest land and State of Idaho land. Approximately 15 miles from Tamarack Resort and Lake Cascade where you can enjoy a host of outdoor activities. The land also boasts panoramic views from each home site. Buyer will cooperate with Seller in a 1031 exchange. The new owner can select the subdivision name, road names, and any desired CCRs when they record the final plat. Aspen Groves Building Lots Ranging from 2.68 to 7.37 acres Creek Development Potential Gently Rolling Topography Preliminary Plat Approved Proposed Fire Storage Tank for Fire Protection Proposed Well Proposed Septic Timber Value Underground Cable Approved Underground Power Approved Views of Blue Bunch Ridge Wildlife Wooded Improvements A 10,000-gallon in-ground fire storage tank with its own dedicated water well is required on the property for fire protection. The test hole results for each lot will allow for standard septic systems. A plan for underground utilities for power and communication cable to be provided to each lot has been approved. Approximately 50% of the property is in the agricultural tax classification and approximately 50% of the balance of the property is in a timber tax classification. The property has about $120k+ of timber value that can be harvested. Some of the timber from the harvest could be used for future home builds on the property. Other approvals received include: Idaho Power to serve the subdivision Army Corps of Engineers – Joint Permit Forest Management Plan Construction Improvement Plans by Valley County Engineering Department for the Subdivision Road Recreation The land is conveniently located within a few miles of both national forest land and public State of Idaho land. For recreating, you are within less than 15 miles of Tamarack Resort, McCall, Payette Lake, and Lake Cascade where you can enjoy a host of outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, swimming, or boating at Lake Cascade, hiking or biking the local cross-country trails, and ziplining. The area is also known for its abundant wildlife. The land lies in hunting unit 24 which commonly has wildlife such as deer, elk, bear, quail, chukar, pheasants, and turkey. 1 mile from State of Idaho Land 1.5 miles from National Forest Land 3.3 miles from Hait Reservoir 7 miles from Lake Cascade 9.5 miles from Little Ski Hill 10 miles from Payette Lake & Downtown McCall 11.5 miles from Tamarack Ski Resort 12 miles from Ponderosa State Park 12 miles from Jug Mountain Golf Course 17.3 miles from Brundage Mountain Ski Resort 25 miles from Zims Hot Springs 27 miles from Lake Cascade State Park 27 miles from the Payette River 33 miles from Lost Valley Reservoir 41 miles from Herrick Reservoir 50 miles from Warm Lake Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources The development comes with 20.5 acres of irrigation water rights which can be designated for any one lot or can be divided amongst lots: 1, 2, 8 & 9. Region & Climate 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 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 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 Payette Lake.