Placed with clear intention on a gentle east slope overlooking the Weiser River, this wonderful custom home commands picture perfect views of the Weiser River, fields and meadows, cottonwood and aspen groves, canyon foothills and the scenic West Mountains. . . Few places occupy such a uniquely interesting and diverse landscape and qualify as one-in-a-million. This residence with an exceptional shop on 67.55 acres occupies a truly remarkable and picturesque setting at the confluence of year-round Johnson Creek and the Goodrich Reach of the Weiser River . . . an outstanding West Central Idaho property in a class of its own.
Johnson Creek is just upriver from Goodrich in a peaceful, undiscovered area in the Hell’s Canyon Rim Country just the right distance off the beaten path, yet with convenient access to roads and highways to nearby towns and services. This is big recreation country, rich with rivers, canyons, creeks, reservoirs and mountain lakes. Access to the Weiser River for swimming, floating and fishing is just out the back door; access to the 84 mile long Weiser River Trail for hiking, mountain biking and horse-back riding is within a few minutes. The Payette National Forest with over 2 million acres surrounds the area on three sides. Cambridge is approximately 10 miles south and Council, the County Seat of Adams County is approximately 15 miles north. Both towns offer a diversity of shops and services, K-12 schools, eateries, public libraries and much more. Boise is an approximate 2.5 hour drive primarily by state and interstate highways. McCall, one of Idaho’s favorite mountain resort towns about 55 miles north, adds to the areas extraordinary summer/winter recreation opportunities.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,211 sq. ft. Single Level Home, Custom Designed and Built in 2009 for the Current Owners
This single level, open concept home merges quality, craftsmanship, thoughtful, artistic design with warmth and deep down live-ability. At the hub is the Great Room integrating living room, dining room and kitchen, each functioning with its own integrity and distinction and all benefitting by the natural light and extraordinary views produced by the east wall of picture windows. Above: cathedral ceilings with recessed and accent lighting. Below: The rich beauty of engineered wide plank, hand scraped oak flooring. At one end of the Great Room, a granite fireplace and hearth with pellet stove insert is complemented on either side by a well-crafted entertainment center. At the opposing end is a beautiful granite countered kitchen (the chef’s command center), a plethora of fine custom cabinets, Island with breakfast bar, double stainless steel sink, stainless steel appliances, recessed and accent lighting and a corner pantry.
The dining area is lodged in a half octagon cove adjacent to the kitchen. Picture windows in three directions capture morning sun and evening light. And a glass door to the inviting 684 sq. ft. reunion sized deck invites outdoor living.
The split bedroom design features a large carpeted master bedroom under cathedral ceilings and privately located at the north end of the home. Picture windows face north and east capturing all the best views; an exterior door provides private access to the deck and hot tub.
The master bath features wide tiled floors and counters, double vanity, accent lighting, soaker tub with artistic ceramic tile surround, large tiled walk in shower, toilet closet, walk-in closet and 9’ ceilings.
Additional Details and Highlights
Front Foyer Opens to Great Room
Convenient access from garage through short hallway to laundry and kitchen
French doors to Office/Den with engineered oak floors, 9’ ceiling and closet
Two carpeted guest bedrooms with 9’ ceilings convenient to main bath
Main bath with oak cabinets, tiled floor, tub/shower combination and 9’ ceilings
Laundry/utility room with built in oak cabinets, deep sink, skylight, ceramic tile floor
Jeldwin double pane vinyl windows throughout
Six Panel White Interior Doors throughout
All Electric Home: Forced Air Electric furnace with Central Air Conditioning
Designer Ceiling Fans circulate air efficiently
Wired for generator back up power
Large Covered Front Entry Porch with faux stone pillars and planter
2” X 6” Frame Construction with Hardi-Plank Siding and 30 Year Architectural Shingle Roofing
684 sq. ft. Trex style deck with wooden rails and hot-tub
Stamped concrete sidewalks
Established lawn, flower beds, shrubbery and young trees with auto sprinkling system
Extensive Buck-n-Rail fencing at front entry
2 RV Hookups
Large 899 sq. ft. attached garage with 2 auto overhead doors, 2 exterior person doors, 10’ ceiling. Insulated with concrete floors and apron.
Any person’s dream shop: a very substantial and attractive 32’ X 30’ frame construction facility with Hardi-plank siding and metal roof. Encompasses finished interior with concrete floors, 2 overhead doors, 2 person doors, heated with a pellet stove. Incorporated is a 144 sq. ft. finished guest overflow bedroom, full bath and 216 sq. ft. covered storage patio at rear of shop.
67.55 Total Deeded Acres
Comprised of home site, stream channel, irrigated hay and pasture, dry land fields and native pasture. Soils are classified as very deep and well drained, productive and suitable for producing pasture grass, hay and grain. Property is partially fenced.
The domestic well is 200 feet deep and produces and estimated 100 gallons per minute.
Adjudicated 4.9 Acre Water Right from Johnson Creek and 3 Class A Priority Shares from Lost Valley Reservoir
A developed wildlife pond
The Weiser River is a habitat rich riparian corridor that flows along and through the Tisdale property for well over ½ mile. Considered a respectable trout fishery, the Weiser is also known to be a great floating river in the late spring and early summer. Myriad wildlife find sanctuary along the river providing priceless opportunities to observe and enjoy throughout every season: Mule deer, elk, white-tail, bear, a variety of water fowl, song birds, coyotes, fox to name only a few.
The confluence of Johnson Creek and the Weiser River is on the Tisdale property. Johnson Creek is a deep drainage, year-round, tree lined mountain stream that is known to be a good trout fishery.
The Tisdale property borders State of Idaho Lands for a quarter mile along the northeast boundary. State Lands, in turn, border BLM Lands and the Payette National Forest. Excellent access into public lands!
THE WEISER RIVER TRAIL:
A portion of the 84 mile Weiser River Trail passes through the Tisdale property that lies on the east of the Weiser River. This extraordinary non-motorized recreation trail was once a railroad grade and is now used occasionally by horse-back riders, hikers and bicyclers. The trail through the Tisdale property guarantees convenient and enormous recreational access north and south along the Weiser River. The converted rail road bridge is also an excellent river crossing to the Tisdale property that lies on the east side of the river.
The Goodrich Area benefits from a four season climate that could be considered ideal; year-round living at its best. Annual precipitation ranges from 22” to 28”.
The growing season is conducive to producing a variety of vegetables and fruit. A plethora of wild flowers and “Green as Ireland” countryside are characteristic of Spring; Fall is a spectacular time of year and often extends into November; colors are brilliant and daytime temperatures invite outdoor activities. The elevation is approximately 2800’.