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The 158 acre Peregrine Ranch property in Blaine County, Idaho is a singular opportunity to own a large tract of valley-floor land in a world-renowned recreation area that includes Sun Valley, the Big Wood River, Silver Creek and access to all that the mountains of Central Idaho have to offer. The property is an operating hay farm with ample water rights from both surface and well sources.  The bench transecting the property north to south provides views of surrounding mountains and valley. The privacy of the property is preserved from State Highway 75, on its’ west side, by a ten foot berm with irrigation and mature local pine and deciduous trees.


Peregrine Ranch is minutes north of downtown Hailey (population 8,749), the County Seat and largest city in Blaine County. The property is bounded on the west side by State Highway 75; and on the east side by Buttercup Road and the Wood River Trail.  The Wood River Trail is a 20 mile paved all season trail following the retired railroad grade.


The Rinker Family developed some of the most attractive properties in the Sun Valley area including Gimlet in the 1970's and Golden Eagle Ranch in the 1990's. They now offer the Peregrine Ranch property to qualified and experienced buyers with vision and ability to purchase the property.

Hailey, Idaho Historic Walking Tour

 

The story of Hailey, Idaho, is a story of resilience and perseverance.  From its earliest days the citizens of Hailey have faced obstacles and adversity and worked together to overcome them. At the same time, Hailey people have displayed the ability to strike a sensible balance between work and play. 

PROPERTY DETAILS

ADDRESS: 11949 State Highway 75, Hailey, Idaho 83333

LAND SIZE: 158.45 acres

ZONING: Low-Density Residential R-1 w/ Scenic Highway Overlay District

AREA OF IMPACT: City of Hailey, Idaho. Not currently annexable

ACCESS: 1 mile ± frontage on State Highway 75, 1/2 mile ± frontage on Buttercup Road

FEATURES

»    Adequate water rights from Wood River and well for irrigation.


»    Hiawatha Canal brings wood river water to the property.


»    Landscaped berm along SH-75 frontage.


»    Bench runs north and south through the property. East portion of the property is at 15’ higher than the west portion.


»    The Wood River Trail borders the east side of the property. A 20 mile, paved, multi-use, year-round trail connecting Ketchum and Hailey utilizing the abandoned Union Pacific Railroad Sun Valley line.


»    Equestrian facilities include neighboring wood river equestrian as well as nearby Silver Bell Equestrian Center, Winter Sun Horse Park, Swiftsure Ranch Therapeutic, and River Sage Stables.


»    The exclusive Valley Club, a member-owned golf and tennis club, neighbors the property to the northeast.


»    Idaho Department of Lands maintains a 93 +/- acre farm on the east side of Buttercup Road from the property.


»    The mountain town of Hailey is two minutes south of the property on Buttercup Road or SH-75.


»    Views to the north include a glimpse of bald mountain, the centerpiece of the Sun Valley Ski Resort.


»    Minutes to the wood river.


»    Nearby trails and outdoor activities – hiking, biking, mountain biking, Nordic and downhill skiing, hunting and fishing.

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