North Idaho Horse Property that is currently Available!
North Idaho offers tremendous fun for the active equestrian. Many trails, mountains and forests to explore. Local horse shows, organized trail rides, back country horsemen, you name it we have it. This is a great place to go ride your horse. Horse properties here come in a multitude of choices in size, structure etc. If you have specific needs for horse property contact me and I would be honored to help you find a suitable home for you and your beloved equine friend.
One thing I have learned about “us” horse people. We all have different ideas of what is a necessity for horse. I have to be honest as I was sorting through these properties this morning, I booted a lot of them out that were listed as “horse facility” that didn’t have a stitch of fence or shelter. So if your good with building and you just want some land contact me for some choices because I didn’t include them in this search. Because in my “horse mind” I don’t consider anything horse property if the only thing I can do with my horse when I get there is tie it to a tree. Of course when I look at what some call fencing I might want to tie it to the tree anyway. It will be safer:)
Have some fun looking through these properties. There are some amazing ones and some very suitable ones to having a country lifestyle. If you don’t see what you’re looking for contact me and we will see what we can find. Quite a few of these have remarkable facilities so if you have questions don’t hesitate to ask.
And if you’re in the market to sell your horse property. Drop me an email and get a Free CMA on your property. Let a farm and ranch specialist handle your equine property. I know the proper terminology and”speak the language” per sea to help market your horse property quickly and efficiently.
As you will note in some of the listings above quite a few of the homes comments don’t even mention the horse facility. I think most horse people who are reading this would agree– the most important part of buying “horse facility” is where will my horse be living. Most horse people ask that question before they ask about themselves.