- Access by a private easement
- Curtis Creek flows through the property
- Bordered by Payette National Forest
- 8± miles south of McCall, Idaho
- 90± miles from Boise, Idaho
- 4,900± feet above sea level
The 480± acre West Mountain property is located above the valley floor looking over the Payette River Valley. Curtis Creek flows through this timbered property which borders National Forest land. This ideal retreat is only minutes away from the quaint mountain resort town of McCall located on Payette Lake. The Payette River, which is approximately ½ mile to the east of the property, flows out of the crystal clear Payette Lake 8± miles to the north. The river serpentines down the valley creating some beautiful riparian areas along with wonderful sand beaches. The river is somewhat unknown as a fishery, but from personal experience it offers some wonderful rainbow trout fishing receiving virtually no pressure. West Mountain Property backs up to Payette National Forest to the south, west and north with views of the entire valley to the east.
The West Mountain 480 Property is one of a few properties on the market in the Payette River Valley. The property offers some of the best outdoor experiences that the region has to offer and is only a short distance from amazing golf, beautiful lakes and resort style entertainment.
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