D Bar C Ranch is tucked away at the foot of the Soda Springs hills in Bancroft, Idaho. Imagine sitting beneath the covered porch of this lovely 3,000 square foot, five bedroom, two bath log home. The yard is surrounded by mature trees that provide shade and grant just the right amount of privacy. The nourishing grasses that blanket the pastures and farm ground give sustenance to the wildlife and livestock.
D Bar C Ranch is a 600± acre paradise with four flowing springs and three ponds where geese and duck flock. Elk, mule deer, and moose pass through the beautiful property on their journey to neighboring mountain ranges. In every direction, the hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing opportunities are some of the very best in Idaho.
Five pivots, flood irrigation, and hand lines water 480± acres of farm ground and pasture. The farm ground is utilized to grow seed potatoes, grain, and alfalfa. The ranch is the perfect balance between agricultural and recreational value. This blissful land comes with the promise of peaceful seclusion and panoramic views.
D Bar C Ranch has been in the same family for over 120 years and was originally a wagon repair shop on the Oregon Trail. This became a stop to fix wagon wheels/axles and a camping location for travelers and pioneers passing through. The town was originally called Squaw Creek and was an outgrowth of a water station built by the railroad on Squaw Creek in 1882. The area grew quickly with the pioneer expansion on the Oregon Trail and the Railroad establishment.
Whether you are in the market for farm ground, raising livestock, hunting, or just need your own corner of Idaho, this one is for you!