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20 acres of land in Idaho with incredible views and several good building sites located 7.8 miles going west from Interstate I-95 on Dufort Road, approximately 18 miles southwest of Sandpoint, Idaho.
This Northern Idaho forest property lot has some relatively flat acreage, with scattered trees and bushes; most of the additional acreage has hills that are heavily wooded with forests of beautiful trees, some seasonal streams and rock outcroppings, and expansive views of the Pend Oreille River Valley and the neighboring mountains.
Building sites on higher ground command extraordinary views of the surrounding mountains and the Pend Oreille River. The lower part of the lot is flat, along a road that leads to higher property where a building pad has been cleared.
The Pend Oreille River is only 1,000 feet from the lower edge of this property, and many other lakes and streams excellent for fishing, swimming and boating are conveniently located nearby. Much wildlife can be viewed from the property as well - deer, elk, fox, grouse, other birds of all sorts and even an occasional bear.
Some of the covenants and restrictions on property include: no commercial logging, shared road maintenance and no hunting. A complete copy of the covenants are available from the owner.
Owner financing is available at a sale price of $55,000. Mortgage rate and downpayment amount available from the owner. Cash cost is $48,000. This is the number 2 parcel on the plat map. Parcel #1 is also available. Also, parcels #1 and #2 can be bought together at a lower rate than if sold separately.
View of Building Pad for House in Level Woods Clearing on Parcel #2
Back to Parcel #1
"Whenever I drive down Dufort Road in Sagle, near Sandpoint Idaho, towards my land there, I feel drawn into a land of mystery, not only because of the occasional eery fog there, but also because of names abounding in the area - like "Hoodoo Valley", "Jewel Lake" (only a mile away), and "Seneacquoteen" - this area used to be an Indian trading post, and Native Americans refer to this area as a land of healing waters, with its abundance of cool, clear lakes, rivers, streams, fish and wildlife. I thought it was so peaceful and beautiful here, I could hardly bear to leave, as if I'd gone back to a time and place where everything moved so much more slowly and calmly, almost impossible to find any more... The rock pictured (at the top of the page for Parcel #1 ) is where I was going to build my dream home..."