Recreational Mountain Ranch with Log Home, Idaho
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Home, Recreational

$1,500,000 / 819 Acres / Available
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Recreational Mountain Ranch
Log Home
Beautiful Natural Landscaping
Heated Shop
2 Ponds
Great Room
Vaulted Ceiling
Formal Dining Room
Hardwood Floors
Breakfast Bar
Dining Area
Master Bedroom Suite
Master Access to Covered Patio
Master Bathroom
Dual Vanity Sink
Jetted Tub
Walk-In Closet
Open Layout
Upstairs Library
Built-In Bookshelves
Office Space
Upstairs Loft
Reading Nook
Upstairs Bedroom
Upstairs Bedroom
Access to the Garage
Guest Bathroom
Laundry Room
Downstairs Bedroom
Downstairs Bedroom
Downstairs Bedroom
Walk-In Cold Room
2 Car Attached Garage
1+ Acre of Lawn
Covered Patio
Barn & Tack Shed
Pump House
Great for Horses
819.33 Acres
Great for Fishing
View of Cuddy Mountain
3 Alfalfa Fields
Trophy Hunting
Mountain Acreage


Property Summary

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Washington County
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Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Home, Recreational
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2 Story with Below Grade
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Activities & Amenities

Hunting - Big Game
Hunting - Turkey
Hunting - Waterfowl
Income Producing
Water Rights

Land Details

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A1 Agricultural & Residential
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Building Details

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Barn - Shop - Tack Shed - Pump House
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  • Attached Garage


Property Description

Beautiful mountain ranch near Cambridge, Idaho with views of Cuddy Mountain. This remarkable estate consists of two noncontiguous portions of land which combined offer its owner variety of uses. 

Outdoor lovers will appreciate the recreational opportunities this ranch provides.  For avid hunters, this property is a paradise. To the northwest of the homesite is over 746 acres which is used as pasture by an area rancher.  Not only does this acreage provide extra revenue but it gives the owner an opportunity to obtain a Land Owner Appreciation Tag for deer and elk. The area is known for its abundant wildlife such as deer, turkey, and a variety of waterfowl and historically has produced trophy animals every year.  The acreage adjoins and is accessed through public BLM land.

The +/- 62.04-acre homesite consists of an elegant log home that lies in a picturesque setting between 2 private ponds. The front pond can be enjoyed from spring until August or early September when it typically dries up.  It has mostly been used for irrigation purposes. The year-round back pond is fed by a seasonal spring and can be stocked with trout, providing you with a private fishing hole. 

The 5,108 sq ft house is characterized by rustic details throughout such as custom lighting fixtures, exquisite woodwork, hardwood floors, and the log trim.  It was designed to showcase the magnificent views of the mountains and the surrounding countryside.

The vertical architecture of the main living area is stunning, especially when witnessed from the great room. This relaxing space is flooded with natural light from its large picture windows that reach all the way to the vaulted ceiling. The focal point of the room is a large slate fireplace, which has a circulating air system to provide supplemental heat to the home. The great room also provides access to the deck that overlooks the peaceful back pond. 

If you enjoy entertaining, the residence can accommodate large groups with its two eating spaces.  One is a formal dining room located between the great room and kitchen which highlights a custom antler chandelier. The other informal dining area is more intimate with its wood burning fireplace and bay window. Addition seating is available for guests at the breakfast bar in the adjoining kitchen, which also features beautiful knotty pine cabinets, an island, and a built-in desk.

The main level master bedroom suite is tucked away in a private corner of the house.  It features an open-rafter ceiling, a walk-in closet with additional hideaway storage above, and its own outside porch with a hot tub. The adjoining master bathroom highlights a jetted tub, dual vanity, two lavatories, and a separate shower. Also on the first floor, is a laundry room with a utility sink, half bathroom, and a pantry area.  

A beautifully crafted log staircase leads to the upstairs loft which overlooks the great room.  There you will find a wall of built-in bookcases and a reading nook, making it an excellent space for a library or office.  This level also features several hideaway storage cubicles and a bedroom which can be accessed through the oversized double car garage.

In the basement, you will discover two guest bedrooms, the larger of which has a separate entrance to the back pond. There is also a sizable walk-in cold room which is used primarily for the hanging wild game and additional storage. It has a separate outside entry and hooks in the ceiling, making it a convenient and useful amenity for hunters.

The exterior of the home showcases a covered patio and approximately 1 acre of lawn which is landscaped with mature locust trees.  Ranchers will appreciate the multiple outbuildings that will assist in their daily farm operations.  These include the original milk barn used for storing equipment and tools, a pump house, an open 4 bay livestock shed, and a small building that hosts as a tack room with racks for saddles.  Additionally, there is a 40ft x60ft heated metal shop with a workroom, roll up door, and half bathroom. The surrounding acreage consists of 3 income producing alfalfa fields which are dry farmed under an agreement with an area rancher. 

This recreational ranch is located less than 7 miles from the agricultural and logging community of Cambridge, Idaho. Cambridge sits along US Highway 95 in Washington County. This area is considered the gateway to recreation in Central Idaho providing access to the Hells Canyon,  Weiser River, and a plethora of outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the outdoor adventures residents and visitors enjoy include fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, camping, and hiking. In particular, many appreciate the strolling or biking along the Weiser River Trail, which is an 84 mile long public recreational trail formed along the old Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad grade. This trail follows the Weiser River, provides access to thousands of acres of public lands, and is a great place to spot big game, waterfowl and other wildlife. Other popular activities include running in the Rush Creek Stampede or soaking in the waters of Mundo Hot Springs, which just 3 miles north of Cambridge, Idaho. Mundo has a pool, spa, bistro, accommodations and RV or tent spaces. Local annual events celebrated in the Cambridge include Hells Canyon Days, Bulls and Broncs Rodeo, Music in the Park, the Washington County Fair, and a Harvest Festival.

Beyond the immediate local area, the surrounding Central Idaho region offers even more recreational opportunities. There is excellent steelhead and salmon fishing to the North in Riggins. Riggins, Idaho also offers world class white water rafting adventures. To the east is the resort town of McCall, Idaho which is famous for its winter sports such as Nordic skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Additionally Central Idaho is home to thousands of acres of public lands including the Payette National Forest.

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Callison Group - Keller Williams Realty Boise

129 W Galvani Dr, Ste 150
Meridian, ID 83642
United States
(208) 870-1757