This Nearly $20 Million Mansion Is The Most Expensive Home In Idaho

A mansion just minutes from Ketchum, Idaho, has hit the market for just under $20 million. The waterfront home sits on more than 276 acres, with 10,362 square feet of living space alone, as per the listing. There are five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and a half bathroom, all outfitted with the utmost standards of luxury and comfort.

Not only is the home extravagant, but it is the most extravagant in all of Idaho, says While it is still much more expensive than its luxury neighbors, living in proximity to Ketchum does not come without a high price point, either, with homes listing at an average of $2.1 million.

So, what does this home offer that others don't? For one, it is located on the bank of a lake that overlooks Bald Mountain, which is a very popular skiing location. There is also lots of space for hiking and horseback riding, as well as building and developing on the hundreds of included acreage.

Breathtaking views of Idaho nature

The exterior of the house is gorgeous, with images showing the home beautifully lit up at night against the inky blue lake. The exterior is built in a classic lodge style, with gray stone detailing, lots of outdoor lounging areas, and multiple balconies. Tall, dense evergreens shroud the property in privacy, as well as provide a lovely shaded walking or hiking area. Per the listing details, other outdoor amenities include a deck, hot tub, spa, a porte cochere, dog run, patio, and underground sprinkler system. There is also a heated four-car garage and a stone brick paved entrance to the home through a gate.

The views are priceless, with interior listing photos showing snow-covered fields with a breathtaking view of the snow-topped mountains just a short drive away. In the warmer months, the foliage surrounding the lake revives in swathes of green, as do the multiple colored flowers. This home offers attractive and stunning views of the surrounding nature year-round.

Inside the mountainside mansion

The inside of the home screams ski resort luxury, with stone accents, fireplaces, and luxurious wooden floors in almost every room. The main living room is gorgeous, with yellow-toned parquet patterned wood floors, vaulted ceilings, a whole wall of windows overlooking the snowy fields, and an entire stone wall with a fireplace at the center. The room is lowered by a few steps from the rest of the entryway. The ceilings have exposed crossbeams throughout, which are rounded and smoothed in a modern log cabin style. A balcony also overlooks the living room from the second floor.

The formal dining room has space for two round tables, as shown in the staging, though that could easily be swapped out for one large dining table or even made into a banquet space with multiple small tables. The floors are a diamond-shaped wood tile, with rough white walls and stone accents. There are two large rectangular windows outlooking the sprawling backyard, as well as cross-beamed wood detailing on the ceiling.

More details of the Idaho luxury home

The kitchen is another luxurious room in the home. Designed in an open space concept, it includes the kitchen, a breakfast nook, and another living room. The floors are a lighter, wide-planked wood with a glossy finish but a rougher look. The walls are a cream color with stone accents, except for the beige tiled backsplash in the kitchen. The ceiling is lowered, with wood paneling and beaming and built-in lights. The living room area has a fireplace built into a stone wall, with a large bottom mantle and built-in shelves.

Other features of the 1990 build include custom closets, a master suite on the first floor, a walk-in pantry, a shop space, wet bar, wine cellar, gym, jet tubs, walk-in closets, and a home office, as seen onĀ The master bedroom is large and spacious, with patterned carpet, white walls, large windows, and a fireplace. The en suite bathroom has wooden floors, white walls, a stone bathtub, two separate sink areas, and a walk-in closet. This home is perfect for those who love to enjoy nature in a luxurious, remote atmosphere.