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Priest Lake cabin sites to be auctioned Friday

Four unleased, state-owned lakefront cabin sites on Priest Lake will be put up for public auction this Friday at the Coeur d’Alene Resort, with bidding starting around half a million dollars.

Just one lot draws competitive bid at Priest Lake state cabin-site auction

A 1.7-acre slice of North Idaho lakefront heaven on Priest Lake – with just a rustic, one-bedroom cabin on it – drew the only contested bidding at a weekend auction in which the state of Idaho sold off 39 lakefront cabin sites. The cabin owners, a Seattle couple, ere outbid by a Coeur d’Alene physician who was willing to pay $1.107 million...

More Priest Lake cabin sites to go to auction

Idaho’s state Land Board has voted to offer all remaining lessees of state-owned lake cabin sites an opportunity to bid on the ground under their cabins at auction by the end of 2019.

Idaho auctions off 8 Priest Lake cabin sites

One Priest Lake cabin site – an acre and a half of lakefront land with a rustic A-frame cabin on it – drew bidding that drove the price 50 percent above the appraisal for the land, up to $760,000.

Idaho to auction nine unleased lakefront lots

Previous auctions of state-owned lots on Priest Lake in North Idaho have drawn little competitive bidding, possibly because of a reluctance to bid against longtime cabin-owners who lease the land. But this Saturday, nine unleased lakefront lots will go on the auction block.

Priest Lake lot auction brings in $15 million for Idaho schools

Idaho’s public school endowment made $15.65 million last week when the state auctioned off 35 lakefront cabin sites on Priest Lake. All the lots were purchased at the appraised price by the cabin owners; no one else bid, though between 200 and 250 people attended the Friday auction at the Coeur d’Alene Resort.