The following article appeared today in the Real Estate section of the Wall Street Journal.
This property is located in a gorgeous part of southeast Idaho:
DHL Co-Founder’s Cuts
With two Idaho properties languishing on the market, DHL Worldwide Express delivery co-founder William Armsted Robinson has cut their prices by about 15% each. He’s now asking $14.5 million for his horse ranch and $12.5 million for a nearby fishing property.
The 72-year-old businessman, who finished selling his DHL stake in 2003, bought the lots in the 1990s and built homes and other structures on them. Mr. Robinson is selling because he’s spending more time in his hometown of Shreveport, La., a spokesman said. The 938-acre horse ranch borders a national forest and has indoor and outdoor arenas, stables and a veterinary clinic. There’s a pool, a tennis court and a hangar and airstrip, and 760 acres are under a conservation easement. The 600-acre fishing property, about 10 miles north, includes more than a mile of the Fall River. Roger Brink and Vance Moulton of Alta Realty have the listings, which came on the market in 2008 and 2006.
You can see this article for yourself at wsj.com.