SOLD...The most sought after properties up here are those with access to a lake... and there aren't very many of them. This one is a beauty with a great potential building site that overlooks the private lake it fronts on. And, it is a really scenic parcel in its own right with many dramatic and massive rock formations, large mature trees, plus some nice useable land for outbuildings, and agricultural uses.
The property is accessed via a private easement road that serves 3 parcels. This parcel is the last property on the easement road. The property has a great location only 1 mile from Hwy 180 for an easy commute to the valley. The private lake is approximately 6 acres when full and this parcel has some very nice frontage at the west end of the lake. The property line goes out to the center of the lake. There are 7 parcels fronting on the lake and this parcel is the only one fronting it on the west end. It also has frontage on the creek that drains into the lake. Because of the terrain and tree coverage, the property enjoys terrific seclusion from neighboring parcels. This is a wonderful opportunity to get a truly unique property. AND, the seller is willing to carry paper for a qualified buyer.
How about the negatives? The easement road crosses the creek over a well constructed bridge. As I noted, it serves 3 parcels. The road has been finished thru the 1st two parcels but is only rough graded to the boundary of the lake parcel. The easement is recorded, but the remainder of the easement road needs some final grading work. It will not be too difficult as the terrain is nearly level. The property does not presently have electrical service or a power line to the property. However, the owner of this parcel also owns the adjacent parcel and will provide an electrical easement through that parcel.
Imagine... your own lakefront property. What a place to come home to after a long days work. What a place to have friends and family come to. And, since the owners also have the adjacent parcel available, you could have 10 acres in all. The adjacent parcel already has a well and power. Now, that's the makings of a family estate property.