The house offers views from its balconies of the Eagle Cap Mountain ranges to West and sunrise views to the East of the Seven Devil Range.
Newly completed front porches provide a welcoming entrance to the original formal hallway, parlor and living room. The second covered porch opens directly into the dining room and kitchen with pass through built in cupboards. In the kitchen you will find black granite counter tops, white farm style cabinets, a gas range and a cozy propane stove heating the room. A cold room constructed from Bowlby stone unique to the area, provides a pantry that rivals any root cellar.
With original wood flooring flowing from room to room, the downstairs remains open from end to end with the ability to close off sections with large pocket doors. Heating on the main floor can be provided by wood pellets, propane, or electric cadet heaters. The tall windows in the living room are decorated with original stained glass and offer a view of the valley while providing natural light to the main floor.
The downstairs master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom contains a jet bathtub and connects to a laundry and mudroom with access to the back yard. The master bedroom also has attached closet has been converted with built-in triple bunks for small children.
Two staircases connect the upstairs complete with original banister railings. There are four bedrooms, including another master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with a lady slipper bath with view of the Wallowas to the South. You will find original turn of the century wallpaper in the North East bedroom and electric fireplaces in all of the rooms.
A third full bath off the hallway upstairs has gorgeous marble tiling. There is a porch on the East and the West side of the second story where you can enjoy the mountain and valley views.
The top story has been converted into a bunk and play room with painted beams and stained windows at either end.
Next to the main house is a charming two bedroom, one bath separate apartment with a full kitchen and a laundry area. Originally a carriage house, this building is 576 sq.ft. and would be a nice mother-in-law suite, guest house or office.
Apple and maple trees line the gravel loop road (2010) that leads up to the beautiful equine barn that was remodeled in 2014 and is 1,400 sq.ft, with two stalls, in floor drains, a kitchenette, a full bathroom, tack room, storage room and a sleeping loft. This building is insulated and heated with a pellet wood stove and electric heated floors in the bathroom.
The iconic red barn is a 2,376 sq.ft., historic dairy barn with stalls and a loft (with a resident barn owl). The barn has an updated electrical panel from 2017 with 220 volt service.
There is a 160 sq.ft storage shed on the property and a RV hook-up. A charming chicken coop is located in the backyard along with raised garden beds, rhubarb and high producing raspberry bushes. The property is perimeter fenced and cross fenced and has water rights, including a year round surface spring.
The home has seen extensive updates and remodeling; electric, PEX plumbing, 2 new water heaters, blown-in insulation, new septic in 2004, a new roof in 2006, shored up foundation and dug-out crawlspace.
Kitchen appliances and the washer and dryer in the house are included.
The yard has an underground sprinkler system that also includes drip lines to the hanging baskets in the front of the home and the aspen trees along the road. The front of the property has beautiful rockwork and a charming arbor around the entry.
Most of the furniture is available for sale outside escrow.
This is a must see property!