Turn key rural development in Ririe, Idaho between Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming with 30 building lots ranging in size between 30 acres to 140 acres. LandThe development has a total of 1,387.39acres which vary in topography from level to rolling. Two creeks meander through the property’s landscape. Mud Spring Creek runs through a few lots in the southern portion and Birch Creek runs through a few lots in the northwest portion of the subdivision. Additionally, some parcels border BLM or State of Idaho land. The development displays beautiful mountain views and attracts lots of area wildlife such as moose, deer, and elk. Power is available to each of the 30 lots. Other required infrastructure elements have already been installed such as road signage and fire prevention. Approximately 3 miles of the subdivision roads are paved and the rest are gravel roads that need to be developed. Planned subdivision amenities include walking paths, horse riding trails, and shared enjoyment of the Birch Creek Pond. 1,387.39 Total Acres 30 Building Sites Borders Public Lands CCRs Creeks Community Pond Fire Prevention Horses Permitted on Lots over 40 Acres Horse Riding Trails(Planned) Power Available Roads(Needs Improving for Final County Approval) Signage Walking Paths(Planned) Wildlife Views ImprovementsThere is currently year-round access to the subdivision from roads leading up to the subdivision. Once the subdivision roads are paved and approved, Bonneville County will be responsible for snow plowing the paved roads within the subdivision. The subdivision lies within the Rocky Mountain Power service area. For setting up new construction, their dedicated line is 800-469-3981. RecreationRirie residents enjoy the many recreational opportunities that are nearby, particularly hunting and fishing. Popular fishing hotspots include the Snake River, Ririe Reservoir, and Palisades Lakes. The South Fork of the Snake River is a recreational destination known for being one of the best dry-fly fisheries in North America. Popular for high-end outfitters, fishing guides, and world-class anglers, this has quickly become one of the most treasured and sought-after world-class fishing destinations. Area hunters appreciate the exceptional game bird hunting and big game hunting available at their fingertips inhunting unit69. For those that enjoy hiking, camping, mountain biking, or ATVing there are thousands of acres to explore in the nearby Caribou-Targhee National Forest. 7 miles from the Snake River 10 miles from Tex Creek Wildlife Management Area 11 miles from Ririe Reservoir 13.5 miles from Heise Hot Springs & Zip Lining 18 miles from Caribou-Targhee National Forest 20 miles from Wolf Flats Recreation Area 30 miles from Idaho Falls Zoo 32 miles from Kelly Canyon Ski Resort 35 miles from Palisades Reservoir 72 miles from Grand Teton National Park 114 miles from Yellowstone National Park LocationRirie, Idaho is a scenic farming community that wasestablished just south of the South Fork of the Snake River. This small town is a hub for hunters and fishermen but it also offers three golf courses, hot springs, a zip line, and a ski resort. For access to major shopping, entertainment, and airports you are a mere 30 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho, and 75 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
1, 387.00 acres
1, 387.00 acres
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