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Elk Mountain Ranch Property FAQs

Elk Mountain Ranch
Idaho Ranch Property For Sale

Who is the developer?
Fourth of July Creek, L.L.C are a combined group of professional businessmen who are from the Salmon, Idaho. Based in Salmon, Fourth of July Creek, L.L.C is committed to preserving the unique features of the Elk Mountain Ranch land, who practice with full disclosure, honesty and quality service.

Is financing available?
Yes, possible seller financing available.

What do Elk Mountain Ranch estates cost?
The thirteen Ranch estates available for sale in Idaho start as low as $105,000 for 7.69 acres. Ranch parcels range from 4.91 acres to 22.09 acres.

Does the developer build homes?
No, however, we can recommend qualified local architects, design/builders and builders, all with excellent reputations.

Are there rules about building?
There are design guidelines to assure individual ranch estate development will be high quality and appropriate for the site. There are no set architectural styles or themes. We expect home buyers to build their dream home or country getaway in Idaho according to their vision. All building sites are strategically scattered for privacy, and to preserve the open space and the agrarian nature of the property.

Are utilities provided?
Underground electrical, phone and high speed internet service are available to the property line.

Are there irrigation water rights?
Water rights for irrigation are attached to those lots which have been historically cultivated, which rights are on record with the Idaho Department of Water Resources. A few riparian lots are sub-irrigated without recorded water rights. Homeowners will need to install their own wells for domestic water.

Has each parcel been surveyed?
All parcels have been surveyed, recorded and zoned agriculture for excellent tax benefits.

Does Elk Mountain Ranch have association dues?
No, we intentionally omitted a homeowner’s association in the belief that Elk Mountain Ranch buyers would value independence in a rural setting, without the need for formal organizations. The only mutual obligation is sharing the cost of road maintenance.