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Listed by Thom Milke of Fountains Land Inc.

This is one unique piece of land. Located high up at around 1600 feet, this property is completely surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest Land. The access is on Forsha Road, which is a Class 4 road and crosses the far eastern boundary of the property. A 4x4 truck, ATV or snowmobile is needed to get to the parcel, which is why it's called the Hideaway, it's so private. While it is obviously an off-grid property, there is a nice mountain stream within the boundary, that runs below the cleared home-site, which could provide water for non-drinking usage. There was an old settlement here in the 1850's, and the National Forest Service has identified a few cellar holes on the parcel. There are old apple trees in what could have been part of an orchard and a clearing that would be perfect for a cabin or camp. This clearing is located in an open flat area within the forest with long range views possible with some tree thinning. The clearing faces southwest with local mountains which would frame a picture-postcard view. If you are looking for a special property to recreate, relax, or hunt in an almost exclusive natural environment, this one is for you.

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