Custom luxury mountain home in Whitney Ranch Subdivision on 12.95 acres of heavily timbered land. This private mountain estate offers amazing mountain views in all directions and has been improved with a 30x50ft RV garage and large shop. Land This private 12.95-acre homestead lies in a stunning setting surrounded by wooded mountain land. The property displays amazing views of the Pollock, Granite, and Brundage Mountains. The parcel lies within the Whitney Ranch subdivision with year-round road maintenance and winter access. The lots are large and heavily timbered, so you still have a sense of privacy and seclusion. Both Thrush Creek and Big Creek meander through the subdivision and wildlife such as deer and elk frequent the area making this property an outdoor haven. Most of the acreage remains in pristine woods. It even has a huckleberry patch so you can pick and enjoy Idaho’s state fruit in late summer. The home site has been improved with a 20x30ft shop with two 10ft side covers and an unfinished loft. With a 30×50 ft RV garage wired with 30-amp hookups and a 20x40ft implement shed with power, there is plenty of space to store recreational vehicles and equipment! The RV garage has a 10x12ft door and a 12x14ft door both with garage door openers making it easy to park your recreational toys. Natural rock landscaping, a firepit, and flower beds add to the outdoor beauty of this property. For horse enthusiasts, the CCRs do allow for 1 horse or large farm animal per 5 acres provided the livestock are fenced in. There are several non-motorized maintained trails within the subdivision that you can ride or hike on. Additionally, you can apply to gain access to the adjacent DF Development Land for additional land to walk, hike, or ride your horses. 12.95 Acres 1000 Gallon Buried Propane Tank 1000 Gallon Septic Tank 12 KW Backup Generator CCRs Flower Beds Firepit HOAs Horses Permitted Huckleberry Patch Implement Shed with Power Mountain Views Non-Motorized Community Trails Private Driveway Private Well (20 gpm) Rock Landscaping RV Garage Shop Wildlife Winter Access Wooded Improvements This extraordinary residence was built in 2017 and embodies modern mountain living. High-end finishes are displayed throughout the home such as granite counters, solid wood interior doors, high ceilings, knotty alder cabinetry with self-closing drawers, and oil-rubbed bronze hardware. One of the focal points of the home is the impressive main living space. With its open design layout, this space is ideal for entertaining and consists of a great room, dining room, and kitchen. The great room showcases a floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace with a built-in wood bin for fire kindling. Next to it is the formal dining space and the gourmet kitchen. The kitchen features a large island with breakfast bar seating, a pantry, a built-in double oven, black stainless-steel appliances, a built-in buffet, and under-counter LED lighting. Both the great room and kitchen have solar shades and access to the covered Trex deck where you enjoy views of the surrounding mountain landscapes. The primary bedroom suite is a sanctuary all its own with a walk-in tile shower, dual vanity sinks, a cedar sauna, a tray ceiling, and a walk-in closet. It has private access to the Trex deck and hot tub which overlooks the property. The main floor also consists of two guest bedrooms with a shared jack and jill bathroom, an office, and a large laundry room. The daylight basement is great for home projects or hobbies. There is a huge family room, an office perfect for crafting with built-in storage, and another guest bedroom. *There is an option to purchase the property turn-key with the furniture and equipment. 4,299 sq ft 4 Bedrooms 3.5 Bathrooms 3 Car Garage 2 Great Rooms 2 Offices (one on each floor) Built-in Buffet Cedar Sauna Central Air Central Vacuum System Daylight Basement Fireplace with Wood Bin Granite Kitchen Island High 9ft Ceilings Hot Tub HVAC (2 Stage) Knotty Alder Cabinets with Self Closing Drawers Laundry Room with Storage Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware Pantry Primary Suite on Main Floor Propane Gas BBQ Connection Solar Shades in Great Room & Kitchen Solid Wood Interior Doors Stainless Steel Appliances (Black) Trex Covered Deck Under Counter LED Lighting Wood Blinds 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. 4 miles from Little Salmon River 9 miles from Meadow Creek Golf Resort 12 miles from Zims Hot Springs 16 miles from Brundage Mountain Ski Resort 16 miles from Payette Lake & Downtown McCall 16 miles from Ponderosa State Park 19 miles from Lost Valley Reservoir 30 miles from Canyon Pines RV Resort 35 miles from Tamarack Ski Resort 64 miles from Hells Canyon Wilderness Region & Climate 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.