One of the richest wildlife areas in the Wood River Valley, this 84-acre property includes two exquisite Adirondack-style homes along a branch of the Big Wood River. The land encompasses multiple habitats, including one of the largest blocks of riparian forest along the Big Wood River, and supports an extensive diversity of plants and animals, including deer, elk, moose, coyote, fox, more than 70 species of birds, and even a pair of nesting bald eagles. After acquiring the land in early 1990s, the current owner’s goal was to preserve this remarkable wildlife area and in 2003, the family placed a conservation easement on approximately 67 acres. The property and homes are conveniently located between the towns of Ketchum and Hailey and are reached via a private drive, which winds past pastures and forest before ending at the homes and river's edge. Both the main house and guest house take in spectacular views of the mountains and river. Complete caretakers’ quarters are located in the rear of the guest house and include an entirely separate entrance. Acres of irrigated and fenced pastures will accommodate horses should equestrian improvements be desired.