Springville, UT 84663
Secluded at the end of the Left Hand Fork of Hobble Creek Canyon lie these 100+ acres, perfect for your estate home or family retreat. Just minutes from the golf course, town, and BYU, these two parcels, each over 50 acres with 330+ feet of frontage, offer the opportunity for two building lots. Situated on a large bench above the canyon floor, the home sites offer unmatched privacy and incomparable views. There is plenty of room for homes, barns, arenas, and whatever facilities your dream ranch requires. The topography, irregular shape, and easements that benefit the property give the feeling of a much larger ranch. You can ride your horse on private trails for hours and never worry about what vehicle might be around the corner. Or you can opt for an ATV ride on public roads and trails that will take you from the property to Daniel's Summit for lunch, and seemingly limitless trails beyond. In the fall the property is home to a small herd of elk, including a giant bull. Each morning and evening brings a surround sound serenade of elk bugles. Deer and turkeys are seen year-round, joined by the occasional moose. This property truly offers the best blend of wild seclusion and close to town convenience.
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Acreage: 103.2500 Acres
Description Equestrian Access, Fenced: Full, Fenced: Part, Horse Property, Terrain: Flat, Terrain: Grad Slope, Terrain: Mountain, Terrain: Steep Slope, View: Mountain
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