With an average house price of $1.6 million, Idaho’s Misty Mountains home is one of the most expensive homes in the state.
But that doesn’t mean the home is completely empty.
The home is filled with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of real estate and a massive amount of history.
Located just a few miles north of the famous Mt.
Wilson ski resort, the home was built in 1928.
The home sits on 1.1 acres and is home to a large pool, a horse farm, a lake, and even a barn with a fence.
While most of the home’s history is documented, a treasure trove of historical photographs from the home are stored in the basement and attic.
The photos include a photo of the original cabin, the interior of the house, and a picture of the first home built on the property.
The photo of a horse with a man holding a rope is the oldest in the home and was taken in 1928 by the owner.
The man with the rope is a resident of the property at the time.
The picture of a blacksmith in the kitchen is the last known picture of that home.
The house is owned by The John B. Hughes Company and is located in the Misty Mountains National Forest.
It’s not hard to see why this home has such a rich history.
It is a real estate property with a wealth of history and stories.
The only thing missing is a few photos of the last occupant.