Williams Lake Estate - For Sale By Owner

Beautiful Home on 2.5(+/-) Acres near Salmon, Idaho.
For More Information: charlie@ida.net or call 208-756-2942

Home overlooks Williams Lake and is located 17 miles south of Salmon, Idaho.

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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Property includes lake access with rights to build dock; million dollar view in all diretions; View of lake, mountain ridges and Salmon River drainage; Sage and fir trees; natural landscaping with transplanted aspen and lodgepole [well established and naturally watered by slight thermal vent]; government land [BLM] borders property.

UTILITIES: Power is underground from edge of property to house, and from house to shed. 200 amp, Square D panel services house. Water is supplied from the Williams Lake Water & Sewer District’s new system …..source being two springs [excellent drinking quality …system is not continuously chlorinated]. There is a fire hydrant branching from the main supply line. A backup system consists of a buried 1000 gallon, palateable water tank with pump and pressure tank. Waste disposal is a 1000 gallon septic system installed in 1993. Propane supplies Jen Aire cook stove and BBQ. Telephone lines are buried.

HOUSE: 360 degree view. Finished in 2000. Approximately 1000 sq. ft. of inside living space; 1000 sq. ft. of wraparound deck; custom built; low energy use; set up for year around living; two bedrooms [first floor master with bath access, and second level open room]; one bathroom with attached laundry room and [access from master bedroom as well as living area].

FEATURES: Metal roof; pigment stained exterior siding; low E, vinyl sliding windows throughout; numerous windows on south exposure for solar heating; east windows let morning sun into bedroom, bathroom and kitchen; living area is south and west exposure; all windows have view; foyer; foundation is foamed for warm floors; second level floor is insulated for sound (also for warmth when upstairs is closed off; pine siding/painted drywall combination throughout interior; built-in shelves and entertainment center; shadow box lighting; oak flooring in bath, kitchen and living area; commercial grade berber carpet in master bedroom and throughout second level; custom trim throughout; easy access copper pipe plumbing [no plumbing in exterior walls]; water system under house protected by ‘pump house heater’ [never kicks on due to slight thermal effect from ground]; fire box containing 200’ of fire hose [with nozzle] located at hydrant pipe off south deck; baseboard heat [plus major solar effect from the numerous south faciing windows]; 200 amp ‘Square D’ panel; house is wired for speakers and antenna [coax and two wire]; schematics for wiring and plumbing; construction sketches/drawings.

There is also an insulated outbuilding, completely bug sealed with metal roof, small deck and electrical service.

WILLIAMS LAKE COMMUNITY: The lake community is surrounded by Forest Service and BLM lands [over half of the shoreline is Forest Service]. The lakes ‘backyard’ is the lower fourty eight states’ largest wilderness area. A resort on the access end of the lake has constucted a new restaurant/bar. There is a firehouse and several fire trucks for fire protection. The firehouse also provides a community meeting room. A fee of $100 buys membership in the homeowners association, which supplies road maintenance, trash service, weed control. The Forest Service road to the lake is plowed and maintained by the county, thus creating year around access to resort. SALMON AREA: The town of Salmon sits at the junction of the Salmon and Lemhi rivers in the northern Rockies. Salmon can be accessed from three road routes and by small aircraft. Salmon Air has regular service to Idaho Falls and Boise, plus charters into the wilderness area. Wilderness Aviation supplies service to/from McCall located on the west side of the wilderness area. Whitewater float trips is a main industry here, focussing on the main and middle forks of the Salmon River system. A few skilled jet boat operators supply service on the main fork, which includes float trip shuttles. Drift boating is common, especially during the spring and fall steelhead seasons. The contiguous states’ largest wilderness area provides ample room for hunting and outdoor recreation.

Asking Price: $180,000

2001 taxes: $505.65

For More Information: charlie@ida.net or call 208-756-2942

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