Still Water Farms is truly a diamond in the rough! Originally established as an equestrian estate in the 70's, it encompasses a total of 480 stunning acres filled with pastures, springs, mountain & valley views that you won't find anywhere else! This property includes a 5,882 Sq.Ft. house, horse stalls, tack sheds, a separate 4 car garage, along with a large 30'x30' tractor barn with 20' ceilings. The house is in need of renovations, but the structure, roofing, & other various aspects about the home are sound & in good condition. A Hydroelectric Generator that has the capabilities to power the existing home as well as 3(!) additional homes is included. The estate includes 4 springs, stock-watering shares, irrigation water, & a culinary well (connected to the house). Summit Creek runs through the property on the south side which provides water for livestock & has great fishing access. Asphalt roads, a private drive, fencing, & a gated entry, combined with rolling hills, flat areas, & mountain terrain add to the amazing feel this property. This is the ULTIMATE horse ranch dream property-- a private setting, so much potential, & words can't even begin to express all that this property has to offer! Property is being sold as-is & includes a total of 4 parcel numbers. Private showings permissible to qualified buyers exclusively. Buyer to verify all information.
Additional Land Available, Fenced: Part, Horse Property, Secluded Yard, Terrain: Grad Slope, Terrain: Hilly, Terrain: Mountain, View: Mountain, View: Valley, Equestrian Access
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