Here's that hobby farm set-up on small acreage you have been looking for, right outside of Moscow City limits! 3 bed, 2 bath home is perfectly situated on the 2.38+/- AC parcel to allow for some amazing hilltop views and seclusion from neighboring properties. Built by Marshall Comstock in 2001 and constructed originally for the Sellers, this home is solid and provides easy living with everything on the main level. Washer, refrigerator and oven/stove are new and the pressure tank was recently replaced.
Perfect Hobby Farm Location Close to City Amenities
2.38 +/- acres contains a 24 X 30 shop, a barn, chicken coop, rabbit hutch and well house. The pasture area is electrically fenced, allowing for horses, cows, goats, sheep - you pick your critters! There are tons of established garden areas and many trees including cherry and apple. This property offers idyllic rural living just minutes from downtown Moscow and the University of Idaho campus! Sweet and simple and hard to find so close to Moscow - this one is sure to please!
This Idaho home is located in Moscow, ID (home of the University of Idaho) and less than 10 miles from Pullman, WA (home of Washington State University). If you occasionally need larger city services or activities, Spokane, WA is just 63 miles east, and gorgeous Couer d A'lene, ID area is 45 miles north. Moscow, Idaho is home to the University of Idaho, where 11,303 college students hang their hats. Homebuyers in this area do well - the circulating student and professional population keeps homes filled, and the local and surrounding universities, hospitals and Schweitzer Engineering keep our economy stable and less subject to national market swings. Moscow is known as the "Heart of the Arts" because of the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival, Festival Dance, Renaissance Fair, Rendezvous in the Park, Artwalk and the Prichard Art Gallery. The Moscow Farmers Market has been ranked as the 8th best farmers market nationwide, second in the Pacific region and #1 in Idaho, that according to final voting for the American Farmland Trust Farmers Market Celebration. Established in 1976, the Saturday morning event celebrates local farmers, artists, craftspeople and musicians by providing them with an opportunity to interact directly with the community and its visitors. Highlights include fresh produce, meat, delicious homemade baked goods, healthy nursery plants, beautiful flowers and quality handmade crafts.
The Palouse area has one-of-a-kind color and beauty, and is truly the gem of Idaho when it comes to farming and production - no irrigation is needed as the rain and moisture show up exactly on time and at the right amount. And it's a whole new world if you are looking for an area with tons of outdoor recreation. North Idaho offers hunting, fishing, hiking, boating, water recreation, camping, horse back riding, skiing and more - you name it and there are multiple places to find it! If you have ever considered leaving the rat race and moving to Idaho, this may just be your opportunity! For more information on this listing and to view similar listings please visit: https://www.inlandnorthwestrealtors.com or http://www.unitedcountry.com