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Idaho’s most expensive entry is $19.7 million

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This lakefront mansion just outside of Ketchum made Idaho history as the most expensive listing the state has on the market.

This lodge-style home is asking $19.75 million to own its 276 acres, a price no other Gem State property has ever dared to ask — let alone get.

Sitting on the shores of a spring-fed lake, Camas Road Estate offers dramatic views on all sides, with elevated views of the lake – which is private and owned by the property – and nearby Bald Mountain. There is also more than 1 mile of groomed private hiking trails and a rather obscene amount of acreage, according to the listing Sun Valley employees.

The main house is over 10,300 square feet and has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a powder room and an additional caretaker’s apartment. The downstairs master bedroom has an outdoor spa, the kitchen has a breakfast nook, and the great room has an oversized river rock fireplace – one of four stone fireplaces found throughout the home. There are also four gas convection ovens, air conditioning and radiant heated bathroom floors. In addition to the great room, there is also a large dining room, family room, pantry, laundry room, exercise room and office on the main floor.

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A dramatic entrance to the main house.
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An aerial view of the property.
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An electronic privacy gate at the entrance to the property.
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The view is stunning in addition to the interiors.
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The house offers many entertaining spaces.
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A spring lake also comes with the purchase.
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A dining area.
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The open kitchen.
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The kitchen also has a breakfast nook.
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The house is built in a lodge style, with wood and stone accents.
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Another fun area.
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There are four stone fireplaces throughout.
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The house was built in 1990.
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Woody elements abound.
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There is an additional caretaker’s apartment.
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One of four bedrooms.
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The lodge style property is located outside of Ketchum.
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The view is undeniably dramatic.
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The property is adjacent to Bald Mountain.
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A 4,400-square-foot basement is “ready for the remodel.”

In addition, there is an arboretum “for exotic birds and plants” and two separate three-car garages (and one detached garage). The property is guarded by an electronic privacy gate and the listing also notes a ‘full security system’ as well as touch plate lights, electronic blinds and a built in sound system. There are stone and wood details throughout.

“Grasp this unique opportunity to become the successor custodian of one of Idaho’s most exclusive legacy homes,” the listing advertised.

The property was built in 1990 and was previously listed for nearly $16 million in 2018, a price that was then reduced to $13 million in 2019 before delisting entirely before returning to the current price. Mansion Global reports.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/01/idahos-most-expensive-listing-is-asking-19-7m/ Idaho’s most expensive entry is $19.7 million

DUSTIN JONES

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