Amazing home and an astonishing SHOP in one of the hidden gem neighborhoods in Boise. On .65 Acres, This home is 3200 sf with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The kitchen features double ovens, 4 gas-burning stove tops, granite counters, and an amazing island. An awesome feature of this home is the vaulted ceilings in both the great room as well as the primary bedroom. The home has closets galore, as well as a Formal Dining room, a den off the primary bedroom, and a recreation room right off the bonus room above the garage. Take a step outside onto the amazing north-facing backyard patio and deck. The 31x40 shop complete with heat and A/C is an oasis to go hide and work on all your recreational toys. RV parking with hookups, RV dump, and a massive double gate. It doesnt get much better than this.
Listing Data Last Updated 09-26-2022
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