The Peerless Jennie is a documented million dollar mine at the head of 10-mile Creek. The property has excellent, county-maintained road access. There is some seasonal water from small creeks and documented subsurface water. Heavy, old growth timber is abundant on the site. The property is buildable, there are other high-end residences in the area. Construction is active on many properties in the general vicinity above the town of Rimini. This is the historic Peerless Jennie mine property that operated from the 1920s into the 1930s when the price of silver dropped and mine was mothballed. It was never put back into production. The Peerless Jennie Mine camp is still somewhat intact and contains a bunk house and a workshop, both in poor condition but still standing. The Blackhawk Mine is also contained on the property. The property sits at just below the ridge of the mountain, on a north facing slope overlooking the entire valley and ranges below. Active logging in area.