Located in the heart of farm and ranch country approximately 4 and one half miles northeast of the town of Midvale, the Ledington property brings together the exceptional qualities of a beautiful custom home, productive irrigated farm and pasture ground and solid improvements in a picturesque rural setting. A generous blend of amenities combine quality construction, architectural design and accents, thoughtful placement of the residence and outbuildings and established, well maintained landscaping all contributing successfully to the appeal of this rural residential property. The substantial 40’ X 60’ pole barn, livestock corrals and facilities, fenced and cross-fenced alfalfa and pasture fields and gated-pipe gravity irrigation system are in place making this outstanding property a turn-key environment for the next owner’s lifestyle and undertakings.
Midvale is a small town nestled along US Hwy. 95 (Idaho’s main north/south route) with a popular eatery, post-office, public library and pool, K-12 school system, a strong sense of community and more. Weiser, the Washington County Seat and Washington County’s primary service center is a thriving town of about 5,000 residents approximately 20 miles south. Brownlee Dam on the Snake River, approximately 40 miles away, offers incredible scenery and miles of water for fishing and boating. The popular summer/winter mountain resort town of McCall, Idaho is about 60 miles north. Boise, the state capital and Boise International Airport are approximately 90 miles from the property via county, state and interstate highways.
Surrounded by mountains on three sides, this is big sky country with a deep history of farming and ranching. Characteristic of the area are the countless springs, creeks, rivers, lakes and reservoirs that add so much diversity. Crane Creek Reservoir, a 3700 acre facility open for fishing, boating and camping is within a 20 minute drive. Millions of acres of national forest, state and BLM lands reaching in all directions are accessible for hunting, hiking, horse-back riding and exploring. The area supports upland game birds such as quail, Hungarian partridge, grouse and chukar partridge as well as strong populations of mule deer, elk and several herds of antelope.
2550 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, single level custom home built in 2008
Split bedroom design
2” X 6” Construction with Masonite Siding and 30 year Architectural Shingle Roof
Salmon River Stone exterior accents
Covered front entry
Attached Garage 784 sq. ft. finished 2 car with 2 auto overhead doors and 2 person doors, 10’ ceiling in garage, work-shop area, mud-room space and enclosed storage
Forced-air electric furnace with heat pump
Central air conditioning
Low E double pane windows with varnished wood window sills
Varnished 6 panel wood interior doors
Great Room incorporates living, dining and kitchen under cathedral ceiling
Salmon River Stone Propane Fireplace with Juniper log mantel
Formal front entry
Glass doors from Great Room to covered patio
Quality carpeted living and dining area with laminate kitchen floors
Formal dining area convenient to kitchen
Spacious Kitchen with plethora of hickory cabinets, breakfast bar, laminate counters, recessed lighting, built-in dishwasher, slide-in electric range, pantry
Convenient access to laundry room, separate mud-room area and garage
Master Suite with private master bath, hickory cabinets with double vanity, brushed nickel fixtures, Jacuzzi tub, walk-in shower, walk-in closet, 9’ ceilings
Two charming guest bedrooms, carpeted, attractive louvered wood closet doors, 9’ ceilings
One main bath with hickory cabinets, tub/shower combination, laminate floor
Established lawn, flower beds, trees. Automatic yard sprinkling system.
40’x 60’ Pole Barn with center posts and open sides. Very substantial structure readily adaptable as hay and equipment storage and/ livestock cover.
Wooden corrals with railroad tie posts, 2 concrete feed bunks and frost free hydrants for stock water.
18.7 Acres +/- irrigated ground. Approx. 9 acres plus in new seeding alfalfa and 9 acres plus in grass pasture. Soils are classified as Midvale Silty Clay Loams: Very Deep and Well Drained.
Domestic water is provided by a drilled well of approximately 116 ft. in depth estimated to produce 60 gallons per minute. Irrigation water is delivered by Middle Valley Ditch. The Ledington property comes with 1.43 shares the cost of which was $175.89 in 2015.
CLIMATE AND ELEVATION
Wonderful year around living. Four distinct seasons. Good growing conditions allow for gardens and orchards. Elevation is approximately 2600’. Annual precipitation is about 21 inches.