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291 North Main Street PO Box 186
Ketchum, Idaho, United States   
­Sue Engelmann
Phone: ­+1 208.720.0680
Phone: ­+1 208.726.5300
­Eeva Turzian
Phone: ­+1 208.720.6906
Phone: ­+1 208.726.5300

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Lane Ranch North Property 3 Sun Valley, Idaho, 83353 United States

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LRN Property 3
  • $3,250,000 American Dollar

Details for Lane Ranch North Property 3

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60.02
 
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About Lane Ranch North Property 3, Sun Valley, Idaho

Visit www.laneranchnorth.com for in-depth information. One of four spectacular elevated lots, in a very private 166 acre setting, just minutes from downtown Ketchum. Property Three is situated at the northernmost end of Lane Ranch North. It is the largest and encompasses an area of land that extends northward toward the backside of Dollar Mountain. For those who like to explore, it offers amazing views of the face of Bald Mountain and the Boulder Mountain Range. For the adventurers in your party, this property will allow them to access a network of trails from their doorstep. Property Three is a trumping 61 acres in size, with a building envelope just under 110,000 square feet, making it the largest building envelope. Perfectly nestled in the arms of the ridge-lined bowl, this home site offers terrific views of the South Valley and Bald Mountain. Its access point is at the northernmost end of Pete's Lane. This property holds the potential to create the grandeur of a lifetime legacy.

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Marketed By

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291 North Main Street PO Box 186
Ketchum, Idaho, United States   
­Sue Engelmann
Phone: ­+1 208.720.0680
Phone: ­+1 208.726.5300
­Eeva Turzian
Phone: ­+1 208.720.6906
Phone: ­+1 208.726.5300
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Property ID:
3VXLSY
MLS ID:
14-315821

Amenities

  • Mountain Views
  • Ski Resort
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About Sun Valley

In 1936, the chairman of the Union Pacific Railroad, W. Averell Harriman, purchased 4,300 acres in central Idaho. The idea was to build a ski resort in the Rocky Mountains as a way to encourage westward train travel. It worked. It was named Sun Valley and within the year, “America’s first destination ski resort” opened.

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