Dixie Idaho Compound
Located in Dixie, Idaho the property lays within the Nez Perce National Forest, which is part of the Frank Church Wilderness of No Return. Dixie was originally founded in 1862 by miners who found gold along Crooked Creek. It became an important gateway to the mines. As well as a short cut to Campbell’s Ferry along the Salmon River. Although the town may only have a dozen year-round residents, it plays host to many tourists looking to enjoy the wilderness. Just across the road, is a small airstrip used by backcountry air charters. The land is 38 miles southeast of Elk City. Take the scenic route via the road along the Clearwater River and then into the mountains. Or take a chartered plane from Missoula, Lewiston or McCall and enjoy the aerial view.
Encompassing three buildings hence, providing plenty of housing with the motel and apartments plus the shop. The property is .70± of an acre and includes:
Motel – 4 units each are 322 square feet with a separate bedroom and a second bed in the main room, therefore can accommodate 4 people per unit. Each room also features a microwave, small refrigerator, chair and couch. With a lovely front deck and a laundry room for guests. Could also work for short term rentals.
In addtion all furnishings are included, there is plenty of parking for guests or tenants and the laundry room could be turned into a self-serve for public access.
Apartment – each of the two studio apartments have a bathroom and kitchen, and are 220 or 360 square feet. All furnishings are included. For example, the units could be used to house staff or as short or long term rentals.
Shop – Large 48 x 24, the main level is divided into three sections with two entrances. Currently, it stores the supplies for the outfitting guide business. The third apartment is upstairs and can be accessed from inside or outside the shop. Within the 580 square feet is one bedroom, one bath, a full kitchen, living and dining rooms plus a large storage room.
Naturally, the area attracts people looking to experience remote wilderness. Equally important, it is known for for big game hunting. As a result, outfitting guides services are common. True back country backpacking, horseback riding and hiking are popular area activities. Not to mention, taking ATV’s on trail rides in the summer and snowmobiles in the winter. Avid outdoor people come year after year, because there is a lot to do and see in the mountains in and around Dixie, Idaho.
Without a doubt, the Dixie Idaho Compound is a once in great while opportunity that should not be overlooked!
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