Rarely do you find a property that has power this far out in the Highland Mountains and not in a subdivision. This is a 26.84 mining claim which has a healthy stand of scattered timber on it. Goes from gentle sloping to steeper in the upper reaches but many building sites to choose from which are close to power. Views of the entire Jefferson Valley to the Tobacco Root Mountains. The neighbor has built a fence on the North boundary and NE and SE corners are marked by steel posts. I have not trekked to the top of the ridge where there is a mine shaft but you do not see this from where you would build. You will pass through burnt areas which were affected from the fire about 10 years ago as you travel to the property but this property was not impacted by the burn. Once you arrive at the property it is beautiful with awesome panoramic views. Very close to public land and no covenants since it is not part of the subdivision adjoining it. Please feel free to drive to the property and check it out but please be respectful of adjoining property owners. From Hwy 2 take Toll Mtn Rd 1.5 mi to Upper Radar Creek Rd then 2.9 mi to Friend Spring Rd,(aprx 4.5 Mi) until you see 2 posts on left, then you are on the property, total of 7.1 miles from Hwy 2 to property. This would make a wonderful cabin site for hunting or just a getaway. Roads in the winter on not maintained so you will have times when you need to plow snow depending on weather. There are people who live in the area year round so is not just seasonal access.
Courtesy of Michelle Van Dyke with Berkshire Hathaway Twin Bridges.