The name Orofino derives from Spanish origin and means "fine gold". This town was originally known as a gold rush town but now the Orofino area is known for its mountain beauty and year round recreational opportunities. Recreation includes hunting, fishing, and powersports to name a few. Less than an hour drive from the Lewiston/Clarkston metro area, Orofino serves as popular recreational retreat for many residents.
Take advantage of this investment opportunity just minutes from the Clearwater River! 17 lender owned lots in Lolo Vista Subdivision. Each lot has an established building home site with great views. The Subdivision is within 20 minutes of Orofino and within an hour the Dworshak Reservoir.
Subdivision is a work in progress with Phase 1 already being completed and gravel roads established. Many lots have close access from Highway 11 to the North. The CC&Rs and plat map have already been recorded with the county and the lots have already been perk tested. Buyer just needs to complete the phone and electric. Owner financing may be available with credit approval.
DIRECTIONS: From Orofino, cross the bridge on Michigan Ave to Highway 12. Turn left & drive Southeast for 7.6 miles. Turn left onto Highway 11. Cross the bridge. Turn Right & head Southeast on Highway 11/Greer Rd for 7.0 miles (Road Switch backs a few times). Subdividion is to South of Highway 11.
United Country-Musick & Sons is a family operated auction and full service real estate service that was founded in Idaho over 35 years ago. They sell real estate all throughout the state of Idaho. They particularly specialize in recreational land, rural real estate, farms, ranches, and commercial and investment properties.
Areas we serve:
Idaho County is the home to our rural real estate branch. Our real estate office is located in Grangeville, Idaho. Idaho County is the largest county in Idaho and includes the rural communities of Grangeville, Cottonwood, Kamiah, Kooskia, Whitebird, Riggins, Greencreek, Harpster, Mount Idaho, and Elk City. Idaho County is full of natural scenic beauty from the wheat fields of the Camas Prairie to the mountains of the Nez Perce National Forest. The land is full of beautiful rivers and mountains, and is the perfect place to escape to if you love the outdoors. Recreation includes boating, fishing, hiking, riding atvs, camping, horseback riding, hunting local wildlife, skiing or snowmobiling. A few of the local area attractions include the Gospel Hump Wilderness Area, steelhead fishing, salmon fishing or whitewater rafting in the Salmon River, or skiing at Snowhaven. Not to mention each of these rural quaint towns have exciting local events to attend each year, such as the Annual Border Days Celebration held in Grangeville, Idaho every 4th of July, the Salmon River Jet Boat Races held in Riggins, the Raspberry Festival held in Cottonwood, or the Idaho County Fair. For more information on Idaho County go to www.idahocounty.org.
Clearwater County is home to some of Idaho’s most beautiful rivers and forests. Clearwater County is named for the Clearwater River that runs through it. This county has deep roots in American history as it was part of the route that Lewis and Clark followed in 1805. It is also the home of Idaho’s oldest mining town when gold was discovered here in 1860. It also was and is a major hub for Idaho’s logging and timber industry. The rural communities that Clearwater County encompasses include Orofino, Pierce, Weippe, Ahsahka and Elk River. The area is one of the best places to recreate in Idaho with opportunities to go steelhead fishing in the Clearwater River, boating on the Dworshak Reservoir, or riding atvs through the national forests. There is access to thousands of acres of public lands including land owned by the State of Idaho and the Clearwater National Forest. It is truly a hunter’s paradise with its abundant wildlife such as elk, deer, turkey, moose, and waterfowl. Special events one can attend while visiting include the Clearwater County Fair and the Orofino Lumberjack Days which celebrates the heritage of Lumberjacks and the Timber Industry.
Our real estate brokerage is also the Preferred Potlatch Broker in Idaho. We offer timberland and recreational real estate for Potlatch Corporation all throughout the State of Idaho including Benewah County, Boise County, Clearwater County, Idaho County, Latah County, Shoshone County and Valley County. Much of the land we have to offer has creeks, rivers, or ponds and borders public lands owned by the Bureau of Land Management, State of Idaho, Nationals Forests, as well as bordering Potlatch core property.
The Boise Metro Area is where our auction services office is headquartered. We offer a full range of auction services including a full service real estate office that serves the entire Treasure Valley of Idaho. The Treasure Valley consists of the urban communities of Boise, Caldwell, Eagle, Kuna, Meridian, Middleton, Mountain Home, Nampa, Star and even reaches as far out as Ontario, Oregon. Boise serves as Idaho’s capital city and offers some of Idaho’s finest culinary and cultural experiences. There are multitudes of events to attend in the Boise metro area such as the Boise Music Festival, Eagle Fun Days, Meridian Dairy Days, the Western Idaho Fair, the Snake River Stampede, Shakespeare Festival, the Capital City Public Market, Zoo Boise and MORE!
We are Idaho’s Premier Online Auction Company. Our auction services include but are not limited to auto auctions, business liquidation auctions, government surplus auctions, firearms, bankruptcy merchandise, bank repossessions, restaurant equipment auctions, farm equipment auctions, commercial and industrial equipment auctions, estate auctions, and real estate auctions.
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