Custom Craftsman designed 11,451 square foot, five bedroom, eight bath home on seven acres in the heart of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area with spectacular views of the Sawtooth Mountains. Features include floor-to-ceiling triple pane windows looking out to the view, 2000 square foot deck, cherry and travertine radiant floors throughout, cathedral ceilings, rock pillars inside and out, custom cabinetry, granite counters, large kitchen with view, two wet bars, in-home theatre, 2000 square foot shop space with equipment, fitness room, office area, craft sewing room, heated coat closets, pantry, sound system, custom lighting, etched glass entry, custom staircase, separate three bay garage and storage building and much more. This beautiful home is a private get-away with plenty of room to invite family and friends and graciously entertain. Every detail has been considered to ensure your comfort for every imaginable occasion.
In 1936, the chairman of the Union Pacific Railroad, W. Averell Harriman, purchased 4,300 acres in central Idaho. The idea was to build a ski resort in the Rocky Mountains as a way to encourage westward train travel. It worked. It was named Sun Valley and within the year, “America’s first destination ski resort” opened.Sun Valley 소재 최고급 주택들에 대해 자세히 알아보기
Sun Valley is the name of the world-famous ski resort, as well as the small, European-styled village east of Ketchum. The name also encompasses the 30-mile stretch that is the Wood River Valley, an area filled with towns, rivers, mountains, gulches, campgrounds, and cliffs. Sun Valley is home to phenomenal mountain scenery, unlimited year-round recreational offerings, and down-to-earth people. All of this makes Sun Valley, whether it is Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue, or elsewhere, one of the most desirable places in the country to live.
Stanley and the Salmon River Basin lie just about an hour north of Sun Valley. Cresting Galena Summit provides an entirely different view of the area, and people that live and own property in the Stanley area do so because of precisely that. Grand ranches, lakefront cabins, and mountain lodges predominate, and life in The Idaho Alps moves at a much different pace, with different priorities.