$900,000   •   10 Acres
5 br / 4 ba /

Indulge in unparalleled rural mountain luxury as you step into this extraordinary residence boasting nearly 4000 square feet of space. Embrace the comfort of rural living, enveloped by majestic mountains that paint a picturesque backdrop. Step onto the enchanting wrap-around porch and be captivated by the breathtaking views that unfold before you. Admire the craftsmanship of this custom-built luxury mountain lodge! Improvements Nestled on a picturesque 10-acres, this exquisite residence boasts nearly 4000 square feet of living space, offering a harmonious blend of luxury and tranquility. Step onto the wrap-around porch and immerse yourself in the breathtaking views, providing the perfect backdrop for moments of relaxation and contemplation. Tucked away in a secluded setting, yet conveniently close to town for all your daily needs, this home offers the best of both worlds. Featuring five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the living quarters are adorned with cathedral ceilings, and hand-hewn timbers creating an expansive and inviting ambiance. Upstairs, a charming loft overlooks the main floor, while downstairs, a spacious addition dwelling unit awaits, promising endless possibilities.  The unique design allows for the deck to act as a cover for additional below grade storage. Recreation The breathtaking landscapes of Orofino, Idaho lies a paradise for outdoor enthusiast, explore an extensive network of hiking trails, meandering through lush forests, alongside picturesque riverbanks, and ascending into the majestic mountains, offering both leisurely strolls and exhilarating challenges. Dworshak Reservoir standing as a crown jewel of outdoor adventure. Dworshak Reservoir, a hallmark of Orofino’s landscape, offers a playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Spanning over 50 miles in length, this reservoir is a haven for fishing, boating, and water sports. Anglers cast their lines in pursuit of prized salmon, steelhead, and trout, while boaters cruise the crystal-clear waters, taking in panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness. Campgrounds dot the shores of Dworshak Reservoir, offering a rustic retreat for those seeking to immerse themselves in nature’s embrace. Additionally, hikers can venture along trails that circumnavigate the reservoir, allowing for a full appreciation of its scenic beauty and tranquil ambiance. In Orofino, adventure awaits around every bend, beckoning nature lovers to explore and discover the wonders of Dworshak Reservoir and its surrounding wilderness. Region & Climate Within the picturesque landscapes of Clearwater County in the northern reaches of Idaho, Orofino reveals a climate shaped by its rugged geography and proximity to the Idaho Panhandle. With its mountainous terrain, lush forests, and the meandering Clearwater River, the region offers captivating natural beauty year-round. Enjoy warm summers perfect for hiking, fishing, and camping along the riverbanks and lakes, while autumn transforms the area into a vibrant display of colors. Winter blankets Orofino with snow, inviting outdoor enthusiasts to indulge in skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. Spring brings a renewal of life, with the Clearwater River swelling and providing many opportunities. Throughout the year, Orofino’s breathtaking scenery offers an array of outdoor recreational opportunities, ensuring every season brings its own unique charm to this idyllic corner of the Idaho Panhandle. History Orofino, Idaho, boasts a storied past woven into the fabric of its rugged landscape and rich cultural tapestry. With roots stretching back thousands of years, indigenous peoples, notably the Nez Perce tribe, have nurtured an enduring connection to this land. The late 19th century ushered in an era of transformation as the timber-rich forests surrounding Lenore beckoned settlers seeking prosperity in the burgeoning logging industry. As sawmills and logging camps sprang up, Lenore emerged as a bustling hub, its vitality fueled by the relentless rhythm of timber production. Despite weathering the ebb and flow of economic tides and confronting challenges like wildfires, the indomitable spirit of the community prevailed. Today, Lenore stands as a testament to resilience, its rural charm enchanting a tight-knit populace who cherish the timeless allure of their surroundings. While logging remains integral to the local economy, a spirit of diversification thrives, with agriculture, outdoor recreation, and a myriad of other ventures shaping the modern identity of this iconic western enclave. Location In the scenic landscapes of the Idaho Panhandle, Orofino, a small community in Clearwater County, boasts a tranquil rural charm. Situated near the banks of the Clearwater River, this picturesque area offers a sparse population amidst its natural beauty, inviting outdoor enthusiasts to explore its pristine surroundings. The nearby Lewiston- Nez Perce County Airport, located approximately 60 miles southwest, provides convenient access to domestic flights and essential services. For additional amenities, Orofino and neighboring property Kamiah, Idaho offers basic necessities like gas stations, grocery stores, and accommodation, all within a short drive. With its idyllic setting along the Clearwater River, Orofino is an ideal destination for outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, camping and hunting. Promising a memorable experience for residents and visitors alike.


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