Cambridge, Idaho $299,250

52.82 Acres of Usable Detached Weathered Basalt Stone
United Mining Corporation Operational Mining Plan in Place & Bonded
Access Roads and Landings are Established and Ready to Go

Hillsides partially underlain by one major and other lesser basalt outcrop ledges; flat areas of sub-cropping basalt (representing the top of bedrock); and extensive areas largely covered with cobbles, boulders, and blocks of loose, detached basalt on and in the soil horizon.

Loose, detached basalt pieces measuring from lass then 0.5 ft. to 5 ft. in long-dimension. Typically, the stone is dark gray but with brownish to lavender to red-brown colors on weathered surfaces. Some of the stone is greenish to orange lichen coloration; even more has surficial growths of rather nondescript, rounded ‘clumps’ of gray-colored moss.

Quantity Estimates (of detached material, not including considerable resources of ledge-outcrops):

Usable (detached) stone cover over 20 acres; pieces average 1.5 x 1.2 x 1.0 ft.; average thickness is 1.0 ft.; yields 156,816 cu. Ft., or 12,545 tons at 160 lbs./cu. Ft.

Larger, better landscapers (would be included within above) 4% coverage of such pieces over aggregate 12-acre area; pieces average 2.5 x 1.5 x 1.2 ft.; average thickness is 1.2 ft. yields 25,091 cu. Ft. or 2,007 tons.

Breathtaking views overlooking the town of Cambridge. Watch the sunsets from your own58 acres. Build your dream home and/or subdivide into parcels. Endless Possibilities! Wonderful valley and mountain views.

Jim Reidenbaugh
Idaho Properties Real Estate
2058 E. Franklin Road, Suite 100
Meridian, ID 83642
(208) 921-9805
Jim@MyHomeIdaho.com

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