190 Beaver Pond Trail - 20 acres in Priest River, Idaho

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Resort Realty, Sandpoint, Idaho SP37235

I've compiled a list of what my Stone Johnny Peak meadow

typical "acreage client" is looking for here in North Idaho.  

Here it is, not necessarily in this order:

1) Year-around water, ie., stream

2) 20 usable acres

3) Privacy, yet close to town

4) Easy access

5) Mature trees

6) Open meadows

7) Multiple building sites

8) Wildlife galore

9) Hiking, biking, skiing right on property

10) Incredible views

11) Hunting is a big deal.

12) Horse property...riding trails...potential for nearby pack trips.

Now, add to this a 44 x 90 shop!  2x6 framed, fully insulated, wired w/220 single-phase, plumbed bathroom, forced-air oil furnace and a loft with potential living quarters.

190 Beaver Pond Trail has all this & more...and for just $229,000!


Located just 6.2 miles north of Priest River, Idaho, Beaver Pond Trail is a quick trip to town on North Idaho's iconic Hwy 57 for groceries, coffee or a night out. 

If you head 20 miles north on 57, you'll find yourself in another true paradise: Priest Lake - Idaho's Crown Jewel!

Join me and we can walk this property together and dream about the possibilities!


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Ryan Huggins - Thousand Oaks, CA
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Congratulations and best of luck to you on your listing!  Hope it sells quick and for full price!

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