$4,100,000   •   13.57 Acres
2 br / 3 ba /

With exclusive access to over 1500 feet of Salmon River frontage, this property presents an exceptional opportunity with over 12,000 square feet of living space spread across multiple buildings. LandWith over 1,500 feet of Salmon River frontage, this property offers incredible views of the surrounding mountains on more than 13 acres of level ground, consisting of 4 lots. It features irrigated pasture maintained by an underground sprinkler system and fruit trees, providing lush, green landscapes ideal for agriculture or leisure. Improvements Main Home – 2,737 sqft The custom-built main house boasts 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms within its 2,737 square feet, showcasing incredible woodwork with a variety of woods, including blue pine and pecan. The bathrooms are adorned with rocks from nearby canyons and feature fossils, complemented by exquisite stone work. A wrap-around porch further enhances the home’s charm. Lodge – 7,650 sqft On the property is a beautiful custom lodge that can easily accommodate up to 100 people, making it an ideal space for entertaining. The 5,250-square-foot building, with an additional 12×20 add-on, features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Highlighting the lodge is an incredible river rock fireplace crafted from stones found on the property. It includes two kitchens, one of which boasts a commercial-grade stove and a full bar. The main area of the lodge spans 25×87 feet, and a porch overlooking the river. Guest House – 1,152 sqft Additionally, the property includes a charming 1,152-square-foot guest house, featuring both front and back porches that overlook the river. Barn – 40×60 The property also includes a fully enclosed 40×60 barn, equipped with power. This spacious barn features six horse stalls and a tack room, providing excellent facilities for equestrian care and storage. The property includes a 25×40 greenhouse for year-round gardening, a new jack fence, and a paved driveway for convenient access.   RecreationLemhi County contains a large portion of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, so the recreational opportunities available at your fingertips are plenty. Residents and visitors enjoy mountaineering, hiking, camping, hunting, mountain biking, or horseback riding.  The Salmon River offers activities such as swimming, jet-boating, river rafting, fishing, and kayaking. Wildlife includes elk, deer, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, bald eagles, osprey and chucker. There are endless fishing opportunities for steelhead, trout, and on the rare occasion, king salmon. Region & ClimateSalmon, Idaho, located in central Lemhi County within the Rocky Mountains, experiences a semi-arid climate with distinct seasonal variations and low precipitation. Winters are cold and snowy with temperatures between 10°F and 40°F, while summers are warm to hot, ranging from 80°F to over 90°F, but with cooler nights. Spring and fall are transitional seasons with moderate temperatures and occasional rain or snow showers. The area averages 12 inches of annual precipitation, with significant diurnal temperature variations and plenty of sunshine year-round, making it ideal for outdoor activities despite the gusty winds in spring and fall. LocationChallis, Idaho is a small town that serves as the county seat for Custer County.  The area is known for its mining history, hot springs, and recreation along the Salmon River. The community of Salmon and the surrounding area offers many more opportunities for outdoor recreation. One can enjoy the breathtaking landscapes by either driving along the Salmon River Scenic Byway, the Sacajawea Historic Byway, or the Lewis & Clark Back Country Byway. Winter activities include skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, alpine skiing, and snowboarding at Lost Trail Powder Mountain.  While in the summer one can enjoy camping in the area’s abundant campgrounds, soaking in natural hot springs, hiking or mountain biking along the many nature trails, river rafting, or fishing along the banks of the Salmon River. The historic town has evolved over the years, but still retains its small-town old West charm as witnessed by its downtown which highlights many art galleries and custom local shops. Salmon has a deep history rooted in the lumber, mining, and ranching industries. Before it became a hub for these trades it was part of the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. Vacationers can learn more about this epic adventure by visiting the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center which is located just 2 miles from downtown.  Besides visiting the center, residents and visitors also enjoy local events such as the Lemhi County Fair & Rodeo, the Lemhi County Farmer’s Market, or the Annual Outdoor Beef Cook-Off.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Austin Callison
Austin Callison
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