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27457 W Silver Meadows Loop, Athol, ID 83860
|A SPARKLING DIAMOND IN A SILVER SETTING! This Well-Polished Jewel sparkles on 5+ Acres with a SHOP! Impeccable 5 bedroom/3bath home with Italian tile flooring in Gourmet Kitchen, Island prep sink & Breakfast Bar open to family room with cozy fireplace. Living room boasts another fireplace and mt. views. Main floor bedroom is ensuite and a huge master bedroom suite and 3 more bedrooms are on 2nd floor. Skylights, Central Vac, AC, Sprinkler System, & 24X30 Shop. High Speed Internet cable!|
Well-Established 20 Acre Resort on original Lewis & Clark Trail, near Nez Perce Historic Park & scenic Clearwater River. Motel, Cafe/Pub & RV Park: Pavillion, Rec Hall, Pool, Pond & Gazebo. Motel built to Best Western standards in 1994. Turnkey tools & equipment, plus 1720sqft private home/owner’s quarters. Includes Water company serving 90+ clients. Popular event venue!
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Wildlife is abundant in these parts. Hunters and nature enthusiasts thrill to sightings of Deer, Elk, Bear, Mountain Lion, Pheasant, Grouse & Mountain Goats. The occasional moose always stops traffic! Fall & Spring fishing seasons, hunting season, white-water river adventures, hiking & sightseeing draw year-round crowds and repeat business for the Resort.
If the area draws them in, then the Resort and its many amenities keeps them coming back. This well-established business, first built in 1979, has continued to grow and thrive under visionary ownership. It currently boasts a full menu of guest accommodations and services:
Water Company with deeded water rights serving 90+ customers & room to expand.
The idyllic setting features beautiful natural landscaping and is shaded with over 300 Poplar, Pine & Fruit trees. Green grass carpets the open gathering areas, complete with a lovely Gazebo, Pond with Fountain. Charming antiques dot the park-like grounds, beckoning visitors to the serenity and simplicity of yesteryear. This is the venue for a Bike Rallies, Family Reunions, Weddings, and the Annual Bluegrass Festival, to name just a few. It’s no mystery why New and Returning Guests & Events are booked well into 2013.
Turnkey Equipment & Inventory included in sale.
Thinking of Selling?
Post Falls—Home with shop, home size is not an issue, but must be in pretty good condition—up to $159,000
CDA/Post Falls—single story, private, treed, 2000SF, 3bed/2bath home–$300,000
From I 90 to downtown—3bed/2bath, min 1500SF, older look, nice neighborhood–$250,000
CDA/Rathdrum/Hayden/Post Falls—main floor living, 1800SF, 3bed–$180,000
North Idaho—3bed/2bath with room for horses–$180,000
CDA/Hayden—single level /all main floor living, 2+bed/2bath, larger lot at least .25 acre with large trees—up to $160,000
We just LOVE Hibbard Construction’s Blog & Newsletter! Here’s another fabulous post by Tammy Henry, that we thought we would pass along to you – just in time for holiday decorating!
The holiday season is upon us, and it’s time to crawl up into the attic and bring down those boxes of decorations. Many of us have been using the same decorations year after year, and some of those decorations may look a little outdated by now. If this is the case, you may want to update your decorations or add some new twists to your decorative flair.
Two trends in particular have been emerging, with very different themes and looks. One is a more sophisticated theme, while the other stays more traditional. Here are a few must-try trends that will guarantee a fresh festive look for your home.
Green and red might be Christmas mainstays, but your holiday decor doesn’t have to depend on these two hues alone. This season, look to more sophisticated versions of those classic shades with some other, more versatile tones. For the sophisticated theme, the colors are rich burgundies, deep golds, dark cranberry and hunter greens as color schemes. You can focus your holiday decor on just one color throughout or a mix of two or all four.
To really set a sophisticated scene, add a new tablecloth or table linens in these rich, elegant colors. Use solids for the placemats and a fun pattern for the napkins to add interest and depth. Salad plates in these shades mixed in with your standard china add a punch of color, while entertaining new stemware in festive, chic hues make a great accent for your holiday table.
Slip on slipcovers
One of the easiest ways to incorporate a seasonal theme throughout your home is with accessories. Use these colors in accent pillows on beds or sofas, cozy throws or blankets, vases, candles or decorative bowls filled with ornaments in your chosen shades.
Punch up the powder room
New towels in seasonal solids, patterns or festive trims carry through your look effectively. The powder room is one room your guests will use, so don’t forget about it.
Upgrade your drapery
Change your everyday drapery to your new color scheme. Fabrics like velvets or silks add a sense of luxury for the holidays.
The other emerging trend in holiday decor this season is sticking to more conventional decor elements. At its essence, this means reliving childhood memories and creating new ones for your family. To make your holiday decorating a more interactive experience, get inspired with these tips for getting tastefully traditional in your home this holiday.
Incorporate vintage decorations that have a homemade feel to give your decor a more traditional quality. Also think about using handed-down ornaments from prior generations to really add a nostalgic twist. “A few ornaments that were your great-grandmother’s, or other ornaments that were your parents’ allow you to share stories of past Christmas get-togethers.
Incorporate your cultural background into your decor this season. Using ethnic pieces reflecting a family culture creates a very personal, intimate feeling and pride of one’s heritage.
Do a decor swap
Consider swapping ornaments and decorations with family members who are far away and can’t join you for the holidays. This is a great way to warm up your space and make it feel like loved ones are close by, even when they can’t be.
Tie in toys
Vintage toys that remind us of childhood, like red wagons, Tonka toys, and old train sets, can be used as accessories or decorations. Ask your parents if they have some of yours or your siblings’ toys they have kept, or get a new train with the family that will eventually be used in a future Christmas with your grandchildren.
Whatever your tastes may be, there are a multitude of ways to update and create wonderful holiday decorating schemes on any budget. Get creative and have fun!
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- 5 Simply Beautiful DIY Holiday Decorations
- Tips For Choosing The Perfect Centerpiece For The Holidays
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