Beautiful custom home with a shop on over 44 acres near Meadow Creek Golf Course with approximately 1,172 feet of river frontage and water rights. Land The property consists of level and gently rolling topography that has frontage along the Little Salmon River and 2 year-round ponds. It is set in a great location midway between the town of New Meadows and Zims Hot Springs with State of Idaho lands just across Highway 95. 44.07 Gently Rolling Topography Irrigation Priority 1919 Water Rights Riverfront Improvements The residence is a custom-built 1,552 sq ft home that was built in 2019. It is a single level with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms that was designed so you can witness both the breathtaking mountain views and the surrounding high country valley. Its inviting interior has a modern mountain design highlighting vaulted ceilings, a pellet stove with a rock surround, quartz kitchen counters, sliding barn doors, wood trim, and custom bathroom vanities. The exterior of the home showcases a wrap-around covered porch, a storage shed, a private driveway, and a 40x60ft shop. The shop is perfect for storing RVs, boats, or equipment. It has power, a bathroom, an office space, concrete floors, and 3 roll-up doors. 1,552 Sq Ft 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Built in 2019 CCRs Covered Porch Hardwood Floors Kitchen Island NO Hoa Dues Pellet Stove Private Finished Driveway Quartz Kitchen Counters RV Parking Septic System Shop with Power Sliding Barn Doors Storage Shed Vaulted Ceilings Well Recreation Pastimes such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking, skiing, or soaking in one of the local natural hot springs are common activities to enjoy in this area. In fact, within 30 miles in all directions of this mountain land are some of the best outdoor adventures available in Idaho. To the north is Riggins, Idaho, known for its excellent Steelhead and Salmon fishing. Riggins is also the gateway to the scenic Hells Canyon Recreation Area. To the south are hotspots such as Lost Valley Reservoir, Zims Hot Springs, Payette Lake, and the Ponderosa State Park. 0 miles from Little Salmon River 0.8 miles from Meadow Creek Golf Resort 4.1 miles from Zims Hot Springs 14.2 miles from Brundage Mountain Ski Resort 14.5 miles from Lost Valley Reservoir 15.6 miles from Payette Lake & Downtown McCall 17.2 miles from Ponderosa State Park 23.1 miles from Canyon Pines RV Resort 35 miles from Tamarack Ski Resort 57 miles from Hells Canyon Wilderness Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources There are 11.10 acres of water rights that transfer with the property for irrigation use. This is a 1919 priority water right that comes directly from the Little Salmon River. Location New Meadows is located along the Payette River Scenic Byway where State Highway 55 and US Highway 95 converge. Its central location and access to a plethora of year-round recreational activities make New Meadows a popular destination for travelers. This could be one of the reasons this charming community is known as the heartland of Idaho. Residents partake in local annual events such as Meadows Valley Days, the Adams County Fair, and the Leroy Matthews Memorial Softball Tournament. Locals and visitors also enjoy swimming at Zims Hot Springs or golfing at Meadow Creek Golf Resort. The resort town of McCall, Idaho is just 16 miles from the property. McCall sits along the banks of Payette Lake and is a weekend escape for many residents from the Boise metro area. It is home to Brundage Mountain, the Little Ski Hill, and the Tamarack Resort thus making it known for its winter recreation. Popular winter sports include Nordic skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing, and snowboarding. One of McCall’s most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. Spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites, and beaches along the Payette Lake. In the summer, there is an annual Huckleberry Festival held in Donnelly, Idaho. During the festival, the Tamarack Resort hosts a two-day outdoor music festival known as the Huckleberry Jam.