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Snake River Retreat, Idaho
Property Types: Residential, Waterfront, Homes, Cabin, Recreational
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Snake River Retreat is a beautiful 14.21-acre property with frontage along the South Fork bank of the Snake River near Swan Valley, Idaho. The retreat offers amazing views of the surrounding Caribou-Targhee National Forest and a beautifully remodeled barn style home.
The home could be used as a full-time residence or a vacation home. Its interior showcases rustic mountain features throughout including rich hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and tongue and groove wood panel walls.
The upper level has an inviting great room with a river rock wood fireplace, skylights, and two windows which display beautiful views of the river below. It adjoins to a small breakfast nook and the contemporary kitchen which features a breakfast bar, granite counters, and a copper farm-style sink. Also, on the upper level are two bedrooms that share a full Jack and Jill bathroom. The bathroom has dual vanities, tile floors, and a walk-in tile shower.
The lower level consists of the attached two-car garage which has plenty of space to park all your recreational toys.
Avid fisherman will appreciate the direct access to the Snake River. Besides fishing, one can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, or rafting on the river. The nearby national forest land provides additional outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, camping, horseback riding, or rock climbing.
Located just over 55 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and 43 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho, Swan Valley is a scenic community nestled along the banks of the south fork of the Snake River. An up and coming recreational destination, the South Fork of the Snake River is known for being one of the best dry-fly fisheries in North America. Popular for high-end outfitters, fishing guides, and world-class anglers, this has quickly become one of the most treasured and sought-after world-class fishing destinations. The valley is part of the Yellowstone Ecosystem, which includes all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Consisting of 20 million acres, this ecosystem includes the 2.2 million-acre Yellowstone National Park and the awe-inspiring Grand Teton National Park.