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The Neeley Farm is comprised of 1,563± deeded acres located in Madison County, Idaho, west of the town of Tetonia and east of the town of Newdale with access to the ranch via Highway 33. The resort towns of Driggs, Idaho (30 minutes) and Jackson Hole, Wyoming (1 hour 15 minutes) provide necessary conveniences. Traditionally this ranch has been dry farmed for wheat, barley and seed potato with approximately 1,470 acres in production currently. These productive acres are also some of the most scenic in the area with expansive views of Grand Teton National Park to the east along with Teton Canyon and Canyon Creek views. The western border lies adjacent to Bureau of Reclamation lands with direct access to over 2.75 miles of Canyon Creek. On the northern border lies Bureau of Reclamation lands with direct access and views of over 1.8 miles Teton Canyon. Both Canyon Creek and Teton River have limited access to the public due to privately held lands in the area. In turn these stretches of river and creek see little pressure overall. The fishing can be quite good with sizable numbers of rainbow and cutthroat trout. Improvements on the Neeley Ranch include a modest farm house of approximately 2,000 sqft and numerous outbuildings including a horse barn, calving shed and two modern steel buildings. This ranch represents a good mixture of recreational opportunities and an income-producing agricultural operation. This farm sold for $7,200,000 in 2006 and at that time was considered to be a high quality land investment, especially due to development pressures from both Madison County and the adjacent Teton County, Idaho, causing an increase in regional land values.
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