c. 1960 Log Cabin in Bonners Ferry, ID – $279,000

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1997 Juniper Ln, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

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  • $279,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 768 Sq Ft
  • 10 Ac.
10a off-grid property features a rustic cabin with a spacious loft and excellent safety with a 2-gate entrance and breathtaking views of the valley below. The log cabin is habitable as-is and will provide unparalleled fun for your family while building your Family Estate on the second build site, with no restrictions! Possible access to public lands nearby offering world-class hunting opportunities or outdoor activities in general. Once your main home is finished, keep the log cabin as a second home for guests or a rental property for passive income. Private and remote, the parcel has only two other neighbors residing beyond. This is ready to be your family's new go-to adventure spot!
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Eric Craig, Professional Realty Services Idaho
(888) 302-5550
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12 Comments on c. 1960 Log Cabin in Bonners Ferry, ID – $279,000

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  1. CindyHCindyH says: 192 comments

    Beautiful house – who needs a second one?? But…. Is that the road to the house? Could get scary when it rains.

  2. Definitely remote! Winter passage would be next to impossible unless you have a SnoCat. Love the gas can on the stove, NOT! Beautiful views of the valley below though.

  3. miles227miles227 says: 249 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1955 Storybook Ranch
    Northridge, CA

    Fun fact: this is Ruby Ridge. The Weaver cabin site is not too far away. This is also one of the most beautiful places in the country imho. The site is low enough in elevation that snow won’t always get really deep, but you would need a plow and high clearance 4×4 and tire chains.

    • I absolutely love this cabin minus lack of a bathroom. I would live here without needing to have another house. It’s just me and living out in a log cabin with all this beauty would be absolutely perfect and peaceful. Sort of like a dream house….. I am more for simple living with nature and wildlife all around. Pure peace.

  4. KEYLIMEKEYLIME says: 1136 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Before the gas can makes its appearance, there are three pics of the stove sans can (but with a fire extinguisher in view). Is there a message in its sudden appearance? A desire to illustrate the listing’s claim that “This is ready to be your family’s new go-to adventure spot!.” Inquiring minds want to know.
    Beautiful cabin, looks well maintained and a gorgeous setting. I’d love putting a bed up in that loft.

  5. CoraCora says: 2098 comments
    OHD Supporter & Moderator

    Clinton, TN

    *THE VIEWS* 😲

    You had me at hello, little mountain hideaway…

  6. KarenBKarenB says: 348 comments
    1885 KY farm center chimney cape style

    I had in-laws living in ID and I rather like the state and especially love their hot springs which are many! This cabin is a cool little place and is great for anyone who wants to spend time alone to write, dream, paint, nature watch or you just don’t like the cacaphony of town/city living.

    I somehow don’t think that is the main road to the cabin as the downed trees, branches look too new. If it is, it’s not a good selling point LOL! You would need a 4×4 and even then may have problems and chains are recommended. Quick story traveling with my ex driving a semi, dead of winter crossing I-90 (northern tip of ID)I was watching all the trucks pulling over putting on chains. Asked hubby when he was going to and he said, “Uh, I don’t have chains.” We had mail so it was an extremely light load making it much more dangerous on snow/ice. We would literally creep along and the markers on the side of the highway were at cab level to give you an idea of how much snow they get. There was snow on the road and it was snowing. Drivers who frequented the north would pass and tell us to go ahead and pull out in the passing lane and hubby would say, “We’re fine but if you see us parked at the top for the next couple of months, just throw food as you go by!” It was a harrowing trip from MN to WA.

  7. BethanyBethany says: 3543 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Phooey, who needs to build a bigger house? I’d love to just have this as a 3-season place and the last thing I’d want is the hassle of construction.

  8. schnu53schnu53 says: 41 comments

    Hats off out of respect for what happened at Ruby Ridge…..very sad. Beautiful cabin.

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