Spectacular 20 Acre Land surrounded by a natural environment with beautiful mountains and Cocolalla Lake on one side, Lake Pend Oreille on the other. You’ll be immersed in the defined blue skies and forested mountains. This hilltop terrain is mostly wooded with occasional openings to incredible mountain and lake views. It is blocks from the local school and just forty-one minutes from the ski resort where prices have gone from $400,000 to $600,000 in the past year.
You can build your dream home on the privacy of 20 acres, or the land can be divided into four separate five acre parcels. Two of those parcels have excellent views. One has a fair view of the mountains. The other would need some trees cut before it would have a good view. Either way, the scenic views and wildlife of North Idaho will make your friends jealous.
You will want to get a legal easement (right of way.) The best one is in the lower SE corner. A property pin is extremely close to the road where there is another lot for sale with a cul de sac.
See below for Our Droner/Pilot Comments:
This beautiful property is located five minutes from Cocolala Lake that provides opportunity for fishing or other water sports. Many other lakes and rivers are within a short 30 minute drive. This area has beautiful wildlife that includes rabbits, turkey, whitetail deer, and elk. The area largest ski resort, Schweitzer, is just to the north in Sandpoint. Both Sandpoint and Coeur D Alene have beautiful downtowns with a variety of shops and restaurants. There are many build locations on this site.
This area is in high demand and a large lot with outstanding views, nearby lake access, and wildlife is hard to find. Don’t wait to reserve it for your own.
Cocolalla is an unincorporated community in Bonner County, Idaho, United States. The town is located on the south shore of Cocolalla Lake 12 miles (19 km) south-southwest of Sandpoint. The community is served by U.S. Route 95. Cocolalla has a post office with ZIP code 83813. The meaning of Cocolalla is not clear: one source states it is from a Coeur d’Alene Salish word meaning “very cold” Learn More
Your land is located in between Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene, both of which host a plethora of outdoor activities nearby which range from mountain hiking, lake activities, ski, horseback riding and more!
Sandpoint’s motto is “What a beautiful pace” – and most visitors quickly learn that’s no typo. Sandpoint was named the “most beautiful town in America” by USA Today and Rand McNally. It is nestled between three mountain ranges, on the shores of magnificent Lake Pend Oreille (Idaho’s largest) and at the foot of Schweitzer Mountain ski and board resort (Idaho’s biggest by area, second only to Sun Valley in skier visits).
Land Size: 20.00 Acres
Legal Description: 20-55N-2W TAX 8 CPWRS
Property Taxes: $58.54 / year
Title: Free & Clear
Utilities Department & Planning and Zoning
Electrical: Northern Lights (208) 263-5141 or (800) 326-9594 (Website)
Propane: North Energy (208) 263-5330 – There are many suppliers to choose from. If you buy your tank, you can get gas from any supplier. They lower prices dramatically during the summer.
Water: H20 Well Services (208) 265-1622
Waste: Bonner County Solid Waste – (208) 255-5681
Bonner County Planning and Zoning Department (Website) 208-265-1458
Things to Do
9 Minutes – Cocolalla Lake – 4.9 Miles – (Driving Directions)
16 Minutes – Blacktail Mountain – 6 Miles – (Driving Directions)
16 Minutes – Mirror Lake – 9.9 Miles – (Driving Directions)
41 Minutes – Schweitzer Mountain Resort – 26.1 Miles – (Driving Directions)
19 Minutes – Sandpoint, Idaho – 14.0 Miles – (Driving Directions)
39 Minutes – Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – 33.6 Miles – (Driving Directions)
Address & Coordinates
The actual address as it appears on tax record is: MOUNT SMITH EST COCOLALLA, ID 83813
Please plug into Google Map for Land Coordinates for parcel: 48.105723, -116.609076 (Click Her for Map)
We are not aware of building requirements or restrictions. Buyer must do their own due diligence and contact municipalities directly for building requirements and/or restrictions before buying land.
Step 1: Contact us to get a Purchase Agreement
Step 2: Once all parties have signed. A $5,000 deposit required with escrow and closing agent
Step 3: Await title company to come back clean/clear. Usually takes 10-15 days to process title.
Step 4: Once all is complete, you’re land owner!