A sprawling 12-Acre Sun Valley country estate north of Ketchum in Blaine County, Idaho features a private swimming pond with expansive views of the surrounding mountains.
The property includes a historic general store turned guest cabin, a rustic barn for entertainment and the main house.
Historic North Fork Store, which appeared in the 1956 film “Bus Stop” with Marilyn Monroe, was relocated to its current site for preservation.
The refurbishment of the barn next to the log cabin blends the traditional architecture of the quintessential gambrel roof western barn structure while adding modern elements.
The interior of the Old North Fork Store opens directly onto the patio which extends into the artificial lake.
Via: Engel & Völkers