Idaho Resort with white sand beach for sale

Another wave of cold weather makes us miss the sun and the heat. As much as we love the Gem State, long stretches of cold, cloudy weather make us think of flying to somewhere warm, with sand under our feet and water all around us. Who doesn’t love holidays? The only problem is the cost. By the time you find a place to stay and pay for food, drinks, flights, experiences, and ground transportation, your downtime costs a stressful amount of money. The average Florida vacation costs over $2,700 per couple. Hawaii costs over $3,200 for two people.

If only there was a way to fit a beach into your Idaho home. Then you’d never have to leave and deal with airport security, expensive Uber trips, and ridiculous resort fees again. Believe it or not, you can find beachfront property in Idaho. And when you consider what you get and how much housing in Treasure Valley costs, it almost seems like a bargain!

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Granted, you’d still be in Idaho, so it wouldn’t always be hot, but can you imagine how amazing the summers would be? You will have your own white sand beach and you can enjoy it. This particular property is already laid out as a resort, with three guest cabins, a commercial kitchen and dining area, and it even has a gift shop. As for accessibility, well, it’s remote. The only way to enter or exit the property is by boat, snowmobile or plane. Yes, there is a working airstrip, that’s how you would get your mail, only once a week.

The wildlife on this ranch differs from your typical Caribbean or Florida resorts. You won’t see many scantily clad tourists like you see in Miami. The wildlife you encounter here are bear, moose, elk, etc.

Beautiful white sand beach for sale in Idaho

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