NO BACKYARD NEIGHBORS WITH A RIM VIEW on a 1-acre cul-de-sac lot in Lexington Hills Subdivision. This exquisite home adorns the classic Idaho quality of hand-crafted beam accents combined with timeless luxury finishes. Interior details include magnificent spaces for entertaining including a gourmet kitchen, butler's pantry, formal and informal dining. Home also boasts a main level owners suite, office, soaring fireplace and oversized game room above the *8 CAR GARAGE. The yard is an oasis including a pool with a diving board, pool house (with sleeping loft, kitchenette, 1/2 bath, and outdoor shower) three waterfalls, three patios and - VIEWS!
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ERA West Wind Real Estate
950 N. Cole Rd.
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