When Ned Foster homesteaded Rocking Ranch in the 20s, he chose it for its tranquil beauty, all day sun, and its access to the Big Wood River with fabulous trout fishing. Ned and his mail-order bride built a few cabins (some of which still remain) and operated it as a fishing camp. The current owner acquired the property in the 60s and has discerningly created what is now the 4th phase of Rocking Ranch subdivision. The private street is shared but just five generously sized parcels, two having been developed with tasteful, mountain style homes. Beyond the physical attributes, this half-acre building site is located close to downtown Ketchum, the trail system, and Baldy’s River Run access. Imagine coming home to serenity without giving up convenience.