$850,000 • 25.01 acres
Recreational acreage with a country home bordering the Hagerman Wildlife Management Area. The serene 25+ acre setting is a haven for area wildlife and waterfowl. Highlighting 2 ponds, a year-round stream, a ditch meandering through it which is often stocked with sturgeon, and several fruit trees, including apple, cherry, and peach. Showcasing a remodeled two-story 3,450 square foot main residence, the interior features include stunning hardwood floors, abundant windows throughout, and open main living space. One of the main focal points of the home is the great room which showcases a stone inlay fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings. Off the great room is a large eat-in kitchen, complete with an island/breakfast bar, Corian countertops, and ample cabinet space. Featuring a main level master suite complete with private patio access, a lavish master bath with dual vanities, a large soaker tub, walk-in shower, and heated tile floors. Also on the main level is a wheelchair accessible guest bedroom and bath and a spacious laundry room with sink. Tucked away on the upper level of the home is an additional master suite with a vintage-style clawfoot tub, stand-up shower, and two walk-in closets.In addition to the beautifully landscaped yard, the property also includes an attached 2 car garage with ample cabinet and storage space and an office area, a 20x24 ft shop with a 325 sq ft studio apartment, an 832 sq ft 1920s caretaker house, storage shed, barn, an R.V. hookup, and pump house.The owner will consider an owner carry option. The property consists of two parcels which are being offered individually for sale as well. The 13.382 acres is being offered for $150,000 and the 11.629 acres with the residence is being offered for $700,000.Exterior Features:25.01 Acres20x24 Ft Shop with 325 Sq Ft Studio Apartment10x12 Ft Insulated Pump House1920s 832 Sq Ft Caretaker House2-Car Garage with Ample Cabinet & Counter Space and an Office AreaBarnBeautiful Mature LandscapingBorders Hagerman Wildlife Management AreaDeckDitch with SturgeonFront PatioFruit Trees (2 Apple, 3 Cherry, 1 Peach)Individual WellRaspberry PatchRemodeled Main ResidenceR.V. HookupSerene SettingSolid Set Irrigation with Pond & PumpStorage ShedTwo PondsTwo Septic Tank SystemsYear-Round StreamWildlife & Waterfowl HavenWhite Vinyl Fence Surrounding Main Portion of PropertyArea Hunting and Recreation:DeerDuckGeeseSturgeon FishingWaterfowlInterior Features:3,450 Sq FtAnderson Wood WindowsEach Bedroom Features Private BathGreat RoomHardwood FloorsStone-Inlay FireplaceTile FloorsTwo Master SuitesMain Level Master Suite with Two Walk-In Closets, Dual Vanities, Soaker Tub, a Large Walk-In Shower, & Private Patio AccessSecond Upstairs Master Suite with Two Walk-In ClosetsTwo Water HeatersVaulted CeilingsWater SoftenerWheelchair Accessible Guest Bedroom & Bathroom on Main FloorKitchen Features:Abundant StorageAmple CounterspaceIsland/Breakfast BarWhite AppliancesThis beautiful property is located just over 3 miles from Hagerman, Idaho. Located less than a 2-hour drive from the Treasure Valley, this small community attracts visitors from all over due to the plethora of recreational amenities that it offers.Ideal for the outdoor enthusiast, Hagerman is home to the popular Thousand Springs Resort which features a large indoor hot spring swimming pool equipped with a tube slide, 2 diving boards, a large floating log, and private hot tubs. It also features a River Room facility offering breathtaking views of the surrounding Snake River and the acclaimed Thousand Springs waterfalls, perfect for hosting events. The resort also features an RV park and camping accommodations. Additional hot springs in the area include Miracle Hot Springs and Banbury Hot Springs both located in nearby Buhl.For the fisherman in your family, a variety of fishing opportunities await! Home to some of the largest trout farms in the world, the Hagerman National Fish Hatchery located along the Snake River annually produces over 1.5 million steelhead and 130,000 Rainbow trout to mitigate for fish and wildlife losses caused by dam construction on the lower Snake River and Northern Idaho.People also escape to this charming town during summer months to enjoy activities such as the 1000 Springs Tours, featuring scenic river tours along with lunch and dinner cruises. Additional activities include kayaking, boating, hiking, camping, rafting, and charter fishing trips. Annual area events include Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts, Fossil Days, "A Blast On the Grass" Car Show, and the Hagerman Valley Scenic Octoberfest Cruise.