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Experience The Idaho Dream On Over 300 Acres Of Beautiful Land Nestled In Western Boise County. This Spectacular Property Is Showcased By A Custom Log Home That Sits Atop One Of The Highest Points In Banks, Idaho. A Rare Opportunity To Own A Seclu...
Opulent Payette Lake Estate! Grand Lodge Style Main Home & Guest Home Total 7471asf W/5br, 4.5+ba, Att. & Det. 6+car Gar/shop. Astounding Lake, Mountain & Town Views. Chef's Kitchen, Informal & Formal Dining, Spacious Living Room W/2 Story Pict...
Rare And Exceptional Deeded Payette Lake Estate Property W/252 Ft Of Lake Frontage, Private Dock & Sandy Beach! Spectacular 1.63ac Parcel Is One Of The Few Of This Size Remaining On The Lake. Artfully Designed Custom Hm W/3br, 3ba, 2car Gar & Lake...
This Magnificent 5 Br, 7 Ba Home Spares No Expense In Providing An Exceptional Living Experience Both Inside & Out. Enter Into The Home Showcased With Lake And Mountain Views And Relax In The Great Room With A Cozy Wood Burning Fireplace. Just Off...
Location And Lake Views! Never Before On The Market. Picture Yourself Relaxing On Your Deck Enjoying The Beautiful Sunsets! A Short Walk To Downtown & Private Neighborhood Beach & Dock W/your Own Dedicated Boat Slip. Mountain-style Home Features ...
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961 Banks Lowman Rd, Garden Valley, ID - $2,500,000
250 Acre Ranch Near The Payette River In The Heart Of Garden Valley! This Property Offers Amazing Views Of The Valley, Mountains And An Abundance Of Wildlife! Choose To Live In One Of The Two Homes, Or Build Your Dream Home In Either The Meadow Or...
Stunning Single Level 4719 Sf; 4 Bedroom (all Suites With Their Own Walk In Closet And Bathroom); 4.5 Bedroom Estate Home With High End Finishes; Gourmet Kitchen; Vaulted Ceilings And A Floor Plan Ideal For One Couple In Residence Or A Full House...
Immaculate Kevin Mckee Designed Home. Custom High-end Craftsmanship Including Magnificient Log Beams And Woodwork. Wolf And Subzero Appliances, One Of A Kind Organic Steel Tree Firepit In Great Room, Roof Snowmelt System, And Surround Sound Throug...
Cabins have existed in some incarnation since the Romans, but are widely associated with rural or frontier living in many countries, including America. Not all Idaho cabins for sale follow the classic wooden log design, but some do. Idaho cabins for sale range can range from simple shacks to luxurious McMansions - and each with their own benefits to help you relax in the a wilderness oasis.
Whatever choice in cabin you end up making, however, there are many considerations that you must take into account in order to assure your own satisfaction.
First and foremost, you must consider what your own motivations are for buying a cabin home. Is this property to be your new primary living quarters? Is it a vacation home? How often do you plan on using it? Before picking out that perfect pair of antlers to hang over the river rock fireplace, you must ask yourself the practicality of the investment. From there, you can narrow down your choices.
In today’s modern understanding of cabins, most homeowners desire a higher level of privacy than they normally expect for urbanized life. However, all cabin owners need to consider how isolated they want their cabin to be, especially those who plan on living in theirs full time.
Cabins in Idaho that are lived in year round are often closer to towns than those that are vacation properties. These cabins will require more maintenance and upkeep while retaining tenants all year. In spite of this, however, the lot sizes of cabins closer to Idaho’s rural communities are typically expected to be larger than most suburban homes and can still retain some degree of privacy that more far-flung cabins have.
Vacation cabins are in more isolated areas, and their owners will bring all the supplies necessary for themselves per each stay. If you spend time in a vacation cabin, you are less likely to encounter neighbors. Even if there are cabins in the area, most will be only be occupied for certain periods of the year. Many cabin owners will choose to stay in their cabins during warmer months to coincide with a summer vacation, or over long weekends. The closer one is to ones cabin, the more likely they will visit.
Idaho cabins for sale include luxury cabins. Luxury vacation cabins are typically built within reasonable distance to each other, because it is often very expensive to build homes in areas that are not readily accessible. Services like gasoline, electricity, telephone service, and water have to be wired or pumped from their source to an area that previously did not use it. For construction companies, this cost is mitigated by building more than one house in the new area. They cover other expenses in a similar fashion, like concrete laying, dry-walling, and moving stone for the design of the home. If you want to build your own luxury cabin to your specifications while still retaining more privacy, these expenses can add tens of thousands of dollars to your cost. Less luxurious homes will cost less, but ultimately it is generally more expensive to upkeep cabins that are more isolated.
The ideal version of the modern cabin for many people includes communing with nature. The natural environment surrounding a cabin will often influence the types of material used within the structure, for both economic as well as aesthetic reasons. It is cheaper to use local materials in construction, and the tying of the interior of a home to the exterior is a focus in modern cabins.
There are many different places that are popular for a cabin and with each area, there are different obstacles. Cabins that are situated in mountainous areas often deal with rugged terrain, and may even be built on an incline of some degree. The steeper a property’s incline, the more difficult it is to build a structure on it, as either the home itself must be built on a newly constructed, level platform, or the incline must be excavated so the home is built into the side of the land mass. Either way, construction equipment and workers must be brought into the area, which can be expensive.
Alternatively, cabins that are built as lakeside properties do not usually need to be set level like mountain cabins, although there are exceptions. Lakeside cabins can be beautiful properties that allow homeowners access to both fantastic views as well as recreational activities such as boating or swimming. However, lakeside properties have unique difficulties, with the most important one being that many people want to live on them. Waterfront access is a real estate selling point, and it takes a lot of money and luck to get access to a body of water that is either completely private, or isolated enough so that there are not usually many others using the area in your water rights.
Most cabins are classified for the type of terrain that they will end up occupying, which usually will determine who is interested in living in them. Depending on the interest of those looking into cabin real estate, certain homes will be more appealing to them.
There are cabin style homes available throughout Idaho. If you are interested in a cabin style home, but are more interested in living in an urban area, check out the Boise.
Mountain cabins, as the name suggests, are placed somewhere in the mountains. Mountain cabins are an ideal choice for an alternative form of camping, as they provide a comfortable source of amenities in the same area as most camping occurs. Many mountain cabins will utilize local rock in their design, and may even be built on an incline.
Lakeside Idaho cabins for sale are excellent for those who want to enjoy water recreational activities. Often occupied during the warmer months as opposed to the latter, waterfront cabins offer a host of options depending on what body of water they rest on. Lakes can have boating options of big or small watercraft. There are also plenty of fishing opportunities in Idaho, with over a hundred different species of fish found in state. Alternatively, there are homes in Idaho that have riverside access. These are often more publicly accessible, but are less likely to accommodate larger watercraft.
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Listing information last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 12:37pm MST.