Fruitland Development Land Fruitland Idaho
Located east of Fruitland, Idaho on SE 6th Avenue at the edge of town. Fruitland is a growing town with an estimated 5,580+ people currently. It lays at 2,228 ft in elevation and is on the border of Idaho and Oregon. The Snake River flanks the west boundary, the Payette River is to the north and farmland surrounds the town. Across the border is Ontario, Oregon and Boise, Idaho is just an hour southeast.
There are 126± acres of irrigated land with excellent soils and lots of potential for development. The property has availability to gas, city sewer and water. As well as, railroad accessibility via a short line (not the main line). It is also close to the elementary school. The property is all in the City of Fruitland’s area of impact. A good portion of it is in the lift station service area too. The comprehensive plan calls for single family residential use. It would also lend itself to a commercial use with access to the Railroad, closeness to Hwy 95 and the freeway, and access along NW 2nd Ave which is just outside of town so need to go through town to get to main transportation routes. Seller would consider giving access on NW 2nd Avenue – contact listing agent for details.
The irrigation water is from Noble Ditch and is $1,980 for 2020. The farm is currently being rented out on a year-to-year lease. If a buyer decides to develop the property, the renter would be interested in continuing to rent the land.
There are many possibilities for this acreage. A buyer could hold for future development. Or begin the developing process for a residential or commercial use. themselves Fruitland is a thriving community, and the town is welcoming growth. Continuing on as farmland either working it yourself or leasing it. Either way the Fruitland Development Land is a flat contiguous piece that is sure impress with opportunities.