4301 West Hill Road | Boise, ID
Offered At: $980,000
This legacy estate embraces it’s surrounding beauty in nature, agriculture and horticulture. Includes 1.7 acres with meandering walking paths and lush landscaping. The late 19th century barn stands. The main home has undergone a meticulous transformation. A newer guest home highlights a culinary master kitchen with a large dining area. Nearly an acre of farm land. Total living space sf, and number of rooms and unfinished basement sf is based on a combination of the main home and guest home.
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- Legacy homestead property with 1.73 total acres; includes main home, guest home, indoor pool/spa, detached garage, barn and nearly 1 acre of farm land
- Gated private property with 2 separate gates
- Original 2-story barn on property (circa late 1800s) with newer roof
- Beautiful landscaping with decorative rock, wrought iron fencing and meandering pathways
- Built in 1910; timeless Craftsman-style architecture
- Kitchen remodeled in 2015
- New windows and light fixtures; designed to integrate with the period of the home
- Many original features, including hardwood floors and clawfoot tub
- Central heat/air
- 2 bedrooms + 2 bath; 1,230 square feet of living space (not inc 266 square foot enclosed sleeping porch)
- 600 square feet unfinished basement
- Detached 2-car garage (extra deep, approximately 20’ x 36’)
- .87 acre of fully irrigated farming area with fruit trees and various vegetables/fruits
- Prime agricultural land with surface water rights (Snake River Adjudication)
- Built in 2008
- Special care and attention to detail using reclaimed historical elements
- Exquisite gourmet kitchen with large dining room; separate food prep area off entryway
- Thermador Pro Series stove with custom venti-hood
- 1 bedroom + 1.5 bath + utility room
- 137 square feet of custom living space
- Unfinished basement; 616 square feet
- Country-style front porch with custom wrought iron railing
- Separate furnaces/air conditioner units for living space and kitchen areas
- Built in 2013 using reclaimed local sandstone
- Retractable glass ceiling to enjoy swimming under the sun or stars
- Copper Ionization filtration system (pool and spa)
- Luxurious and durable Pebble Tec finish (pool and spa) with retractable pool cover
- 2 separate gas fireplaces (1 inside and 1 outside)
- Detached private half bath and separate outdoor shower
- Inside and outside patio areas to accommodate numerous guests
- Sandstone half wall overlooking lush landscaping
Nestled in the Treasure Valley against the majestic foothills, Boise is part of a thriving metropolitan area of over 550,000 people. Boise is the largest metropolitan area in Idaho, and also the most remote metropolitan area in the United States, fostering a “unique sense of community.” Situated where the high desert meets the western edge of the Rocky Mountains, Boise is the gateway to exceptional recreational opportunities including: world famous white-water rafting, Nordic and Alpine skiing, snowboarding, hunting, fishing, backpacking and camping. Hiking, biking and fishing are popular activities right in the metro area, accessed by miles of greenbelt along the Boise River. The foothills provide trails for hikers and bikers of all abilities.
Boise has won numerous accolades from well-respected publications over the past several years. Many people who are considering a move to the Treasure Valley can’t help but notice the sheer volume of top ten lists that Boise pops up on; from “one of the safest areas in the country” to “best city to start a business”, the appeal of Boise and surrounding areas has not gone unnoticed by the rest of the world. It’s one of the fastest growing communities in the nation, but what really makes Boise a great place to live? One of the answers of what makes Boise a great place to live lies in the true diversity of the area. Boise is many things. Urban and outdoorsy. Wild and relaxing. Where else can you go hiking in the foothills in the morning, have lunch in trendy Hyde Park and go to an outdoor Shakespeare play that same night?
Another obvious reason that Boise has attracted people from all over the country, is a lower-than-average cost of living. Not only is housing more affordable here, but energy costs, food costs and taxes tend to be lower than most other metropolitan regions in the country. Oh, and did we mention the people? The people of Boise are some of the friendliest and generous people you will find in the country. The Boise area is a great place to live, work and visit! Whether it’s the vibrant cultural and recreational opportunities, the friendly people or the mild climate, Boise and the surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. Good jobs, affordable housing and a safe, clean and vibrant downtown all add up to a great place to live.