The 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale in Idaho
For the vast majority of us homes of this caliber or with this kind of price tag is way out of the question. However getting a seek peak in these multi million dollar Idaho homes is interesting and fun. Let's take a gander at the top five most expensive homes that are currently for sale in Idaho thanks to Slacker.com and Realtor.com. We get more expensive as we go down the list.
First up this waterfront property in Coeur D Alene on Deer Run Rd selling for $17 million. Read more below the photos.
Most Expensive Homes Idaho Deer Run
Wowza, $17,000,000! According to Realtor.com, "The Deer Run Lakefront Lodge in coveted Mica Bay on Coeur d Alene Lake is a magical setting with 156' of rare SANDY level beachfront, a grandfathered boathouse and dock and a 2019 Extraordinary new luxury Craftsman retreat. Boasting over 10,000 SF, 4 Bedrooms to sleep 18 or more friends and family, a private Gate, Crestron Smart Home system, Whiskey Wine Cellar, your own Saloon Rec center and pull-up-from-the lake bar all will love! Artful elevator, dumbwaiter, theater with penny bar! Indoor outdoor living with firepits for tales after the day. The finest home on Lake Coeur d Alene this close, only 15 minutes to downtown by car or boat!"
Next, check out this beauty from Rural Blaine County, ID, address 54 Adams Gulch Rd:
Idaho Expensive Homes Adams Gultch
Price tag: $19,500,000, yup $19.5 million! Here are the property details from Realtor.com. "One of the finest homes ever built situated on an equally impressive nearly five acre lot on the river. The craftsmanship and the attention to detail, and the high quality of the materials used throughout, make this a very special and unique offering. There are 6 bedrooms/ 7 baths, 2 powders, incredible chef's kitchen indoor pool/hot tub, sauna, steam room, tennis court, 5 car garage." The home is 13,359 square feet.
Next we travel to Ketchum on Old Mill Road for another breathtaking $19.5 Million home.
Most Expensive Homes Idaho Old Mill
While not waterfront property like many of the others, this home is in a gorgeous and lush mountain setting. The property description from Realtor.com says "Situated on almost 12 acres of groomed open land, this majestic estate is the epitome of gracious Sun Valley living. Fine European craftsmanship and native materials seamlessly meld formal elegance with the grandeur of a classic lodge aesthetic. The possibilities are endless to make this property your own. Plenty of space for a putting green, pool, equestrian facilities or whatever you desire!"
We have a tie for the most expensive homes for sale in the state. First up let's check out this $27,000,000 house on Bottle Bay Rd in Sagle Idaho.
Most Expensive Homes Idaho Bottle Bay
According to Realtor.com "THUNDER RANCH ON LAKE PEND OREILLE. Superbly sited above Bottle Bay on over 48 acres of North Idaho splendor, this epic estate includes 1,600' of lake frontage and six distinctive dwellings all with sweeping lake & mountain views. The main home boasts 14,000+ SF with 4 bedrooms, 7 baths and ample living & entertaining space. A nearby bunk house, overlooking the infinity pool & spa, and guest house are ideal for extended-stay family & friends. The ranch also includes a stable w/living quarters and gym, fenced pastures, barns/shops, orchard, caretaker's house, business office and more. Secure, gated access with video surveillance system. Close to Sandpoint and local airport w/private jet access. FULLY-FURNISHED, move-in-ready."
Here we go the final most expensive home for sale in Idaho is also selling for a whopping $27 million! This one is in Coeur D Alene on Scot Ayr Dr.
Most Expensive Idaho Homes Scot Ayr
This is one impressive spot, according to Realtor.com, "COPPER ROCK ESTATE AT MICA BAY ON COEUR D'ALENE LAKE. Homes like this don't become available very often. Truly a world-class estate in a world-class location. Complete with 30 acres of wooded privacy, 738' of prime sandy beach lake frontage and a masterfully made 9,000 sq ft main home, guest house and massive shop w/caretaker's quarters."
Which one would you choose?
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