Lazy K Ranch DRIGGS, IDAHO. Hunting Ranching Fly Fishing Conservation

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1 Lazy K Ranch DRIGGS, IDAHO Hunting Ranching Fly Fishing Conservation

2 Lazy K Ranch DRIGGS, IDAHO Introduction: Ideally situated in the heart of Teton Valley, Idaho, the Lazy K Ranch is 3 miles from downtown Driggs. Bordered by larger ranches and protected open space, the ranch is a stone s throw from the Teton River and a ¾-mile drive to the nearest sportsman s access. This 12.6-acre gentleman s ranch boasts a 4-Bedroom, 4.5 Bath, 2-story 4,531 sqft custom log home complete with a stone fireplace in the great room. The floor plan was designed with family comfort and entertaining in mind. There are pastures for horses as well as a classic-style barn located next to the home with horse stalls, room for hay and machine storage and a shop. The landscape is comprised of lush pastures, seasonal springs and ditches. Enjoy big valley views including those of the Big Hole Mountains and Teton Mountain ranges. The Lazy K Ranch is an ideal property for the outdoor enthusiast looking for ease of access to rivers, public lands and world-class skiing amenities. Carlos Ordonez, Associate Broker Toll Free: Office:

3 Location: The town of Driggs provides access to restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and great skiing. Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort is a short drive, which provides year-round recreation, dining and entertainment. The resort town of Jackson Hole is 33 miles to the southeast and offers commercial air service, endless all-season recreational and cultural amenities.

4 Acreage: The 12.6-acre Lazy K Ranch offers a wildlife-rich setting complete with open meadows, wetlands and healthy riparian corridors thick with willows that protect the valley s native species including moose, deer, cranes, waterfowl and birds of prey. There are two large ranches bordering the ranch to the north and west, both of which are protected by conservation easements. The two neighboring ranches offer incredible wildlife habitat including a large marsh of approximately 20 acres in size, which is located less than 1/10-mile north of the Lazy K Ranch. This expansive protected open space and high concentration of willows and large marshes provides some of the valley s highest populations of moose, waterfowl and sandhill cranes.

5 Improvements: Built in 1998, this custom 4-Bedroom, 4.5-Bath home offers dramatic valley and Teton views with wraparound porches and a large deck, offering big views to the south, east and west. The open floor plan of the kitchen and dining rooms are ideal for family gatherings and entertaining guests. The cathedral ceilings and large picture frame windows of the great room are complemented by a beautiful stone fireplace. The master suite has a private fireplace and each bedroom has its own bathroom. Enjoy sunsets, sunrises and observe the wildlife from the wraparound porches overlooking the willows and pasture with incredible views of the Snake River Ranch to the south. There is plenty of storage throughout the home including a bonus room that is currently used as a game room. Just steps away from the main home is a classic-style barn. The drive-through sliding bay doors open up to a space with ample room for storing vehicles, trailers, boats, ATVs and a tractor. There is a full second floor, which can be used for hay storage, overflow storage or outdoor equipment. The south wing of the barn is insulated and heated, which could be used as an office, shop or additional storage.

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8 Nearby Live Water: With majestic Teton Mountain views along the eastern Henry s Fork is a classic wild trout fishery, world horizon and Big Hole Mountains to the west, the Teton renowned for its rainbow and brown trout. This fishery is River is one of the most scenic trout streams in North consistently changing due to seasonal hatches, providing America. The Teton River originates on the western a variety of fantastic and nearly year round floating and slope of the Teton Mountains and flows westward to its wading opportunities. From its inception near Island confluence with the Henry s Fork of the Snake River. Park, the river takes on a spring creek and tail-water Trophy-sized Yellowstone cutthroat and rainbow trout quality through the famous Railroad Ranch section, lurk in the meandering meadow stream of the upper transitioning into freestone canyon habitat and back into sections of the river as it runs through the Teton Basin a freestone meadow river above the Ashton Reservoir. north of Driggs, Idaho. The Teton traditionally fishes The Fall River is a healthy fishery that, in the past, has well, and during the summer it may be the only river received less fishing pressure than many of the area in the area where fish are rising with consistent feeding fisheries. The South Fork of the Snake River is a tailwater in the morning and evening. The Teton is an excellent fishery that flows out of Palisades Dam on the border fishery and many anglers prefer this river over some of of Wyoming and Idaho. The South Fork is an angler s the higher profile tributaries in the area. dream with varied hatches and a healthy population of browns, rainbows, native Yellowstone cutthroat trout Aside from the coveted water on the property, there is and Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout. The South abundant world-class fishing in the immediate vicinity Fork flows for 60 miles through high mountain valleys, with the Henry s Fork, the Fall River and the famed rugged canyons and broad flood plains to its confluence South Fork of the Snake River 50 miles to the south. The with the Henry s Fork.

9 Wildlife: An extension of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and benefiting from the nearby Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the area offers a diverse population of wildlife. Big game species include elk, moose, mule deer, whitetail deer, black bear, wolf, mountain lion, bobcat and fox. Birds in the area include a healthy population of sharptailed grouse, ruffed grouse, Hungarian partridge, bald and golden eagles, osprey and other raptors and waterfowl species. The ranch is home to a variety of songbirds, hummingbirds, and other avian species. Fox, ermine, and other small mammals frequent with regularity and in late summer and fall. Moose and whitetail deer can be seen on the property to take full advantage of the healthy willow corridors, lush vegetation and large marsh and wetland complexes on the neighboring larger ranches.

10 Recreation: In addition to the world-class fishing and hunting, Teton Valley offers ample recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Throughout the surrounding area, mountain biking and hiking trails are publically accessed in the Big Hole Mountains on the west side of the valley and in the Teton Mountains on the east side of the valley. Teton Valley is quickly becoming one of the premiere mountain biking destinations in the country. Trails are maintained by the US Forest Service and volunteers organized by Teton Valley Trails and Pathways. Their trails also serve as excellent horseback riding trails. During the winter months, Teton Valley Trails and Pathways maintain 4 Nordic ski courses, in addition to others found within the valley. Twelve miles to the east is Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort, which receives over 500 inches of light powder snow annually. With terrific terrain and short lift lines, this is a downhill skier s paradise. Grand Targhee hosts a number of events throughout the summer, including the well attended 3-day Targhee Music Festival.

11 Summary 12.6-acre gentleman s ranch 4BR/4.5BA, 2-story 4,531 sqft custom log home Pastures and barn with stalls for horses Dramatic views of the Big Hole and Teton Mountains Drive-through barn for vehicle and outdoor gear storage Inhabited by moose, deer, waterfowl and cranes Open meadows, wetlands and riparian corridors Protected open space surrounds the property World-class fishing and hunting nearby Close to Driggs, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming PRICE: $1,100,000 REDUCED! TAXES: $ 6,124 in 2014 CONTACT: Carlos Ordonez, Associate Broker Toll Free: Office: Notes: 1) This is an exclusive listing of Live Water Properties LLC; an agent of Live Water Properties must be present to conduct a showing. The owners respectfully request that other agents and/or prospective buyers contact Live Water Properties in advance to schedule a proper showing and do not attempt to tour or trespass the property on their own. Thank you. 2) Offering subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Information provided herein is intended as a general guideline and has been provided by sources deemed reliable, but the accuracy of which we cannot guarantee. 3) Live Water Properties LLC represents the Seller as a Seller s Agent.

12 Lazy K Ranch Aerial Map Maps are for visual aid only ~ accuracy is not guaranteed.

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