This beautifully crafted residence was designed to luxuriously accommodate and entertain. The centerpiece of the home, the Great Room is framed by two stately fireplaces, bordered with stone and limestone. A soaring wall of windows covers the northerly wall of the room, taking in the fabulous views across the expansive patio and water feature to the mountains beyond. Three separate bedroom suites consist of living and sitting areas, two bedrooms and two baths, in addition to the master wing and two guest rooms. The kitchen offers the finest in finishes, appliances entertaining options. Centered in the room are slab granite counters providing seating for twelve. The kitchen is bordered by additional cabinets and counter areas providing ample work space, all highlighted with Ann Sacks tile detail. The appliance package includes Viking, Miele, and SubZero, as well as copper farmhouse sinks. The adjacent Butler's kitchen provides a full working set up for catering and adjoins the wet-bar area complete with wine storage, ice-maker, and mini-fridge. Smaller in scale than the great room but every bit as inviting, the family room adjoins the kitchen and provides a casual and comfortable area for gathering by the fire, watching TV, and dining. Windows and doors line the east wall allowing for cheery breakfast dining and cool outside patio barbecuing or dining alfresco on the warm summer evenings. Views to the east encompass the property's thirteen acre expanse with lawns and gardens bordering the home and multiple paver patios. Beyond compare, the lower level rec room picks up where Sun Valley’s outdoor recreation opportunities leave off. The regulation sized bowling alley offers raised seating and computer scoring capabilities. The game room offers a bar area with sink, cabinets and a minifridge, a rock fireplace, home theater, Seating area, pool table and game areas and a full bath. Located in an exclusive area of fine properties, this home embodies the essence of mountain elegance.
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.进一步了解Sun Valley的豪宅
"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. In essence, then, Sun Valley is a geographical region that is home to phenomenal mountain scenery, unlimited year-round recreational offerings, and down-to-earth people. All of this makes Sun Valley, whether it's Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue, or elsewhere—one of the most desirable places in the country to live.
Mid-Valley sits halfway between the towns of Ketchum and Hailey. With a more rural feeling, this area has been rapidly growing in the past few years along the east-west roads that meander up through the mountains. Several beautiful high-end subdivisions are newer to the area along with wonderful older Mid-Valley real estate. Mid Valley features access to the Big Wood River as well as gorgeous views of Hyndman Peak up East Fork Canyon and Mahoney Butte up Greenhorn Gulch. "Mid-Valley," says one resident, "embraces all of the high-quality living criteria: lots of space within easy proximity to towns."