Testimony of the value of an architect's perspective, this spacious 1720 sq. ft., 3 bedroom/2 bath custom residence is a beautiful example of quality home design and strategic placement blending to compliment the settings natural seclusion. The home’s plethora of picture windows and two covered decks capture commanding views of quiet, picturesque Bacon Valley, Cuddy Mountain, the sweep of the West Mountains and the thread of the Weiser River. The residence was designed by a Seattle architect for the specific location with the intention of maximizing the exceptional view opportunity and maintaining the rich indigenous natural habitat long and well established. Well regarded builders and craftsmen, Gene Langer and Mike Campbell, were the contractors. The 720 sq. ft. finished shop was later added.
Bacon Valley is a quiet, undiscovered area in West Central Idaho’s Hell’s Canyon Rim Country located just the off the beaten path, yet with easy access by county maintained roads, state and interstate highways to nearby towns and cities. This is big recreation country, rich with rivers, canyons, creeks, reservoirs and mountain lakes. The Payette National Forest with over 2 million acres surrounds the area on three sides and stretches all the way to the Snake River.
The Weiser River through Bacon Valley is well regarded as a fishery and perfect for floating and fishing late spring and early summer. The Weiser River Trail welcomes non-motorized access for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding along the Weiser River for nearly 80 miles. Access is easy to the Weiser River and The Weiser River Trail as well as enormous expanses of national forest, BLM and state lands. Wildlife in abundance includes elk, mule deer, wild turkey and water fowl that fly in and out spring and fall.
Cambridge, the nearest town and service center is about 7 miles southwest; Council, the Adams County Seat is about 12 miles north. Both Cambridge and Council are small towns with a big sense of community. Both have a variety of businesses including eateries, lumberyards, grocery stores, libraries and K-12 schools. Cambridge hosts Hell’s Canyon Days in June and the Washington County Fair and Rodeo in August. Council is known for its 4th of July Celebration, the Adams County Fair and Rodeo and annual music festival. The popular winter/summer resort town of McCall is about 50 miles north. The state capitol city of Boise and Boise International Airport is approximately a two hour drive primarily on state and interstate highways.
Great Room Design Incorporates Living, Dining & Kitchen Under Cathedral Ceilings
Solid Wood French Doors Open from Great Room on either side to Covered Decks that Invite
Outdoor Entertaining, Relaxation and Dining
Picture Windows with Commanding Views Capture an Absolute Wealth of Nature & Scenery
Cook’s Kitchen with Huge Breakfast Bar and Plethora of Beautiful Custom Hickory Cabinets
Convenient Side Entry from Covered Deck to Back Foyer
Carpeted Master Suite with Large Walk-in, Private Bath and Private Door to Covered Deck
Two Spacious Carpeted Guest Bedrooms
Main Bath with Hickory Cabinets Accessible to Guest Bedrooms, Back Entry, Garage, Kitchen
Quality Carpet, Laminate and Vinyl Floor Coverings
Double Pane Vinyl Windows Throughout
2” X 6” Construction: Hardi Style Lap Siding and Architectural Shingle Roofing
Forced Air Propane Furnace and Central Air Conditioning
Free Standing Propane Heater in Great Room
Attached Finished Double Car Garage with Auto Overhead Door
720 sq. ft. Finished Detached Shop with Two Person Doors and One Automatic Overhead
Door. Heated, Wired and Equipped with Work Benches.
The Domestic Well is 300 Feet Deep and Produces a Very Substantial Appoximate 45 Gallons Per Minute (A Rented Culligan Water Softener Has Been Installed and a Reverse-
Osmosis Under-Counter Filtration Unit Has Also Been Installed in the Kitchen
The Property is Served by a Well-Maintained County Road, Underground Power and Fibre-Optic Phone/Internet
19.88 Acres. Surveyed and Perimeter Fenced. This view parcel is primarily north facing, the southern 2/3 of which is hillside with healthy natural vegetation including bunchgrass, Arrowleaf Balsam Root and Bitterbrush. A drainage along the west boundary is lush with native hawthorn, choke cherry and a variety of indigenous vegetation that provides excellent cover and feed for wildlife, including a variety of song birds, upland game birds and mule deer. There is plenty of room for a garden and fruit trees and the growing conditions including soils and four season climate are conducive. The owners have cultivated shade trees and shrubbery to compliment the natural landscape.