Come build your dream Barndominium on 15+ acres of beautiful irrigated farm land. Located right outside of Emmett this parcel offers peace and quiet while maintaining easy access to Hwy 52. This building plan is completely configurable, customizable and available for your own interior selection!! The lot is splittable. You could build, split and sell, or enjoy all the space one could want. There is a pond at the back of the property along with a wooded fence line. If toys and space is your desired lifestyle this is the property for you! We have a similar Barndominium that is available for showings should you want to get a feel for the space. If this isn't the direction you want to go the land is available separately(98876453) or we have several other building options. The sky is the limit.
Listing Data Last Updated 02-28-2024
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