North Idaho’s Luxury Log Home

March 3, 2013

Moyie Springs Idaho Log Home

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Moyie Luxory Log Home

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One visit and you’ll fall in love with this picturesque mountain home. Hand crafted by Amish builders, this thoughtfully designed log home encompasses the finest materials and amenities. 3200 sq ft, tastefully designed with a large master quite, gourmet kitchen, maple floors and cabinets. Hydronic in-floor heat, wood stove, audio hard wired throughout the entire house, huge pantry, 31 acres surround this masterpiece, offering plenty of usable, level acreage and expansive views of three mountain ranges. Fenced with 8 acres of pasture and a corral for your horses. Take a walk on the nature trail and keep an eye out for a variety of wildlife that you can call your neighbors. Some of the best whitewater rafting and fishing is less than two miles from your doorstep. North Idaho’s dream retreat can now be yours.

2/8/2013 – The Ideal Sandpoint Log Home

February 8, 2013

Log Home, Acreage and a Creek – Only 4 minutes from downtown.   Wow!

Judy Delucchi | Realty Plus | (208) 304-4933
11202 Baldy Mountain Rd, Sandpoint, ID
Log Home & Creek on nearly 5 Acres, just outside city limits.
3BR/2BA Single Family House
offered at $309,000
Year Built 1980
Sq Footage 2,760
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2 full, 0 partial
Floors 3
Parking 2 Car garage
Lot Size 4.73 acres
HOA/Maint $0 per month

DESCRIPTION

What more could you ask for this close to town? Exquisite log home on 4.7 acres with year-round Turnipseed Creek outside your front door. Wrap-around deck, hardwood floors, rock fireplace, gas forced air heat and new wood stove. Dramatic open floor plan with large logs, cathedral ceilings. Top of the line fixtures, French doors, two wells, fenced garden, woods and open pasture. Separate entrance near back of property for horse trailer, etc. Fully furnished or unfurnished, negotiable. Stunning log home.
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PROPERTY FEATURES

– Basement – Bonus/Rec room – Dining room
– Living room – Dishwasher – Stove/Oven
– Balcony, Deck, or Patio – Fenced yard – Garden
– Lawn – Yard – Ceiling fans
– Secured entry – Guest parking – Garage – Detached
– Fireplace – Hardwood floor

OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES

– Year-round Creek
– Wrap-around Deck
– Rock Fireplace
– Gas forced air heat
– Wood burning stove
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Contact info:
Judy Delucchi
Realty Plus
(208) 304-4933
For sale by agent/broker

Posted: Feb 8, 2013, 6:59am PST

1/10/2013 – Sandpoint Winter Carnival 2013

January 10, 2013
Sandpoint Carnival Bonfire

Sandpoint Winter Carnival Bonfire

 

This is a great time to visit Sandpoint in the winter.  10 days of events at Schweitzer, downtown Sandpoint, and the surrounding areas.   Take a look at some of the events by using the link below:

http://sandpointwintercarnival.com/

7/24/2012 – SANDPOINT VOTED MOST BEAUTIFUL

July 25, 2012

Another Day in Paradise

SANDPOINT, IDAHO –  LAKE PEND OREILLE,  THE GREEN MONARCHS

Sandpoint, Idaho is an especially beautiful mountain and lake town that is tucked into the potato state’s upper panhandle.  This town is so lovely that Rand McNally recently chose Sandpoint as the most beautiful small town in America in the map and travel giant’s “Best of the Road” competition.

It is home to the state’s largest body of water, Lake Pend Oreille and the beautiful Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort in the Selkirk Mountains.

A page in both the upcoming Rand McNally atlas and an issue of USA Today will be dedicated to the town.

An hour long Travel Channel special will also feature the contest winners.

MAKE IT A POINT TO INCLUDE SANDPOINT IN YOUR VACATION TRAVEL PLANS THIS YEAR.

7/17/2012 – View From Paradise, Sandpoint, Idaho

July 17, 2012

Beautiful views over Lake Pend Oreille

Here’s another wonderful view of our lake and mountains.  Come visit us this summer.  The weather is great!

7/17/2012 – Sidewalk Sale and Festival in Sandpoint

July 17, 2012

The downtown business association of Sandpoint sponsors this day of deals and bargains in scenic downtown Sandpoint, Idaho. Downtown merchants open early and offer big deals in the annual Crazy Days sidewalk sale. This year it will be held on July 28th. Along with special shopping opportunities, there will be a whole day of music as part of the Park Place Summer Sounds music series.

For the early shopping crowd, the Backstreet Dixie Band will be playing at 10 a.m., followed by Carl Rey and the Blues Gators at noon. At 2 p.m. the Bright Moments trio will play, with Highway One closing the day at 4 p.m.

All music performances are at the corner of First and Cedar in downtown Sandpoint.

Sidewalk Sale and Festival in Sandpoint, Idaho

Located on the shore of beautiful Lake Pend Oreille, against the dramatic backdrop of the
Selkirk Mountains and Schweitzer Mountain ski resort, Sandpoint is a lively community of about
7,000 people. Sandpoint has been featured in publications such as USA Today, Outside and
Forbes.They all say Sandpoint is a great place to live, work & play. To see what all the buzz is
about, we invite you to browse and tour Downtown! The heart of downtown Sandpoint has over
100 shops & 30 restaurants.

7/12/2012 – Beautiful Sunrise Over Lake Pend Oreille

July 17, 2012
Beautiful Sunrise Over Lake Pend Oreille at 5:32 AM
Sandpoint, Idaho

We love our “Pond”.

Pend Oreille Sunset

7/12/2012 – Rising House Prices

July 12, 2012

House prices, after falling for more than five years, are rising again. All the major sales-price indexes show that there have been modest national increases in recent months, even after adjusting for seasonal patterns.

When foreclosures and distressed sales are excluded from the data, prices are up even more. And we should expect further gains: The asking-price index, a leading indicator of sales prices, published by Trulia Inc. climbed at an annualized rate of 3.3 percent in the second quarter of this year, adjusted for mix and seasonality, and rose in 84 of the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.

Of course, if the U.S. economy falters, due to a deepening of the economic crisis in Europe or a wave of foreclosures, prices may reverse. For now, though, the increases are widespread. For the real-estate market and housing policy, this is cause for relief, but also for some concern.

One immediate effect of the price turnaround is that inventory tightens. In the past year, beginning even before prices rose, the inventory of listed homes shrank 20 percent, due to fewer foreclosures for sale and little new construction. Smaller inventory contributes to price increases; when there are fewer homes available, sellers can ask more. In some local markets, bidding wars have returned. Now, rising prices could even accelerate the decrease in inventory in the short term, as buyers act quickly in hopes of paying as little as possible, and sellers hold off listing their homes in anticipation of further price increases. In fact, 61 percent of people do expect prices in their local market to rise in the next year, according to a recent Trulia survey.

In the longer term, if rising prices last, inventory will grow. Higher prices will encourage more owners to sell, including some who have been “underwater” on their mortgages, as well as banks holding portfolios of foreclosed homes.

Yet along with rising prices come two serious concerns.

First, higher prices make homes harder to afford again. When prices plummeted post-bubble, concerns about affordability faded. Even now rents are gaining faster than home prices, according to the Trulia Rent Monitor, which makes owning a better bargain than renting. Still, rising prices make it harder for renters to buy. And, in markets such as coastal California and New York City, where new construction is limited by geography and regulations, high prices put homeownership out of reach for many residents.

6/27/2012 – Real Estate Recovery

June 27, 2012

Take a look at the excerpt below for information regarding the nations current real estate recovery:

1. “Pending home sales bounced back in May, matching the highest level in the past two years, and are well above year-ago levels, according to the National Association of Realtors.  Both monthly and annual gains were seen in every region.
The Pending Home Sales Index, a forward-looking indicator based on contract signings, rose 5.9 percent to 101.1 in May from 95.5 in April and is 13.3 percent above May 2011 when it was 89.2.  The data reflect contracts but not closings. The index also reached 101.1 in March, which is the highest level since April 2010 when buyers were rushing to beat the deadline for the home buyer tax credit.”
Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said longer term comparisons are more relevant.  “The housing market is clearly superior this year compared with the past four years.  The latest increase in home contract signings marks 13 consecutive months of year-over-year gains,” he said.  “Actual closings for existing-home sales have been notably higher since the beginning of the year and we’re on track to see a 9 to 10 percent improvement in total sales for 2012.”
2.  DQ News –”The median price paid for a home in the Phoenix area last month rose to a 41-month high, increasing on a year-over-year basis for the sixth month in a row. The region’s overall sales trended slightly higher as mid- to high-end activity jumped again, compensating for a sharp ongoing slide in sales of lower-cost homes, especially foreclosures. reported.
In May, buyers paid a median $150,000 for all new and resale houses and condos sold in the Phoneix metro area. It was the highest median for any month since December 2008, when the median was $154,000. Last month’s median rose 5.6 percent from April and rose 25.0 percent from May 2011. The median’s 25.0 percent year-over-year increase in May followed annual gains of 18.3 percent in April, 13.8 percent in March, and 7.5 percent in each of the prior three months.”

Excerpt taken from: http://www.dailymarkets.com/economy/2012/06/27/real-estate-recovery-watch/

2/22/2009 – North Idaho Real Estate Search

February 22, 2009

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