Gilbert Ranch

Property Types: Ranches, Home

$3,000,000 / 666 Acres / Sold

  • $3,000,000
  • Total Acres:666
  • Closest Town:Inkom
  • County:Bannock County
  • Property Type: Ranches, Home
  • Water Rights: Yes, several surface water rights from the Potneuf River dating back to 1885.
  • Home Style: Brick
  • State Hunting Unit: 70 and 71
  • ATV/Off Road
  • Cattle/Ranch
  • Cycling/Mountain Biking
  • Development Potential
  • Equestrian
  • Farm/Crops/Ag
  • Hiking/Climbing
  • Hunting - Big Game
  • Hunting - Predator/Varmint
  • Hunting - Small Game
  • Hunting - Waterfowl
  • Income Producing
  • Irrigation
  • Outbuilding/Barn/Shed
  • Skiing/Snowmobiling/Snow Sports
  • Stream/River
  • Water Rights
  • Total Acres: 666
  • Deeded Acres:666.08
  • Zoning: Residential Rural and Agriculture
  • Tillable/Crop/Orchard/Timber Acres 115.00
  • Irrigated Acres 115.00
  • Pasture/Grass/CRP Acres 5.00
  • Riverbottom Acres 0.00
  • Topography: Irrigated crop is flat, some grazing is flat, other grazing is on hillside
  • Elevation: 4,500 ft
  • Vegetation: Irrigated crop to grass and sage brush
  • Estimated Taxes: 2378.48
  • Source of Lot Size: Assessor/Tax Data
  • No Of Homes: 1
  • Home Construction type: Boise Cascade
  • Home Stype: Brick
  • Home Stype: 1690
  • Bedrooms(s): 3
  • Total Bathrooms(s): 1
  • Full Bath: 1
  • Half Bath: 0
  • Year of Build: 1915-pre
  • Parking: Other
  • No of Outbuildings: 3
  • Outbuilding Types: shedShopgrain binstorage
  • Other improvement: Corrals
  • Fence Type: Wire and pole
  • Fence Lot: 1


The Gilbert family has been running cattle on this land since the 1940's.   A beautiful location at the upper end of the Snake River Valley.   The primary ranch borders the city of Inkom boundaries and stretches to the north for about 2 ½ miles.   The irrigated crop land borders the Portneuf River for about 4,000 feet.   Majestic views of Mt. Bonneville and the surrounding mountain range will never grow weary.      

The original home built in 1910 can be the ranch headquarters or you or your ranch hand.   Behind this home is a series of corrals and round pens mingled with a shop, sheds, gain bins, and storage buildings.

Running with the land are several surface water rights with some dating back to 1885.  

Separated from the main ranch are several tax parcels of grazing land that border BLM land.  Gilbert Ranch currently hold a BLM lease for 178 AUMS and a USDA Forest Service lease for 369 head months.

Portions of this ranch could be developed or held for your livestock.    

The separated grazing areas are in Idaho Fish and Game hunting unit 71 where deer are plentiful and elk are common.

The ranch has almost immediate access off of the I15 southbound Inkom offramp and access off of Old Hwy 91.  The elevation at the main ranch is about 4,500 feet.   The ranch is just six miles from Pebble Creek Ski Resort. Salt Lake City is approximately 150 miles, Jackson Hole, Wyoming approximately 160 miles, Yellowstone National Park about 220 miles and Sun Valley is only about 175 miles.  

This area has lots of summer and winter recreational activities such as camping, hiking, motorcycle, ATV, and side-by-side riding, fishing, hunting, rodeos, shooting teams, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and back country skiing.   Also close is the Stephens Performing Arts Center and the Idaho State Civic Symphony.

Less than 15 miles away is the Portneuf Medical Center, Idaho State University and a variety of restaurants.   Less than 18 miles away is the Pineridge Mall, AMC movie theater, Home Depot, Lowes, WalMart, and more restaurants.

Gilbert Ranch is home to some incredible land and sits in a quiet area with beautiful scenic views; yet, close to the necessary amenities such as medical care, shopping, entertainment, and schools.

This is a truly unique ranch in a beautiful setting.  


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