Waterfront home and private boat dock sleeps 8

waterviewdockdock 2covered deck and gas barbecueearly evening from deckpath from deck coming down towards dockpath to dock and sundecksundeck on bank above waterclean- water level rise in Juneside of houseKitchen additional photoLiving roomwasher and dryereating area and Kitchen2nd bedroom Queen bed3rd bedroom sleeps 4 fouton folds outmain bathmaster bathdrivewaymaster bedroom Queen Bedfront entrancefrom back deckgreat waterfront area with neighbors

From $40 / night

River Birch Road, Sandpoint, ID 83841
Waterfront home and private boat dock sleeps 8
3 bedrooms
8 guests
30 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 8
Type: Home
Per month: $1,195
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Sandpoint vacation home rental
Long-term rental, 12m's or more. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, 2 car attached garage, private boat dock, deck, 112' private waterfont,Shop, sundeck, covered deck and unfinished daylight walk-out basement good for storage. Treed, private setting, unfurnshed long-term rental of 12m's or longer. $1195/mo + utilities. 1st/last + $800 deposit. furnished negotiable. Located approx 15 minutes West of Sandpoint, just off of highway 2, on the Sandpoint side of the Pend Oreille River. Located approx 1 mile before small town of Laclede Idaho.

Water level will typically be up sometime between memorial day and mid to late June depending upon expected snow melt run-off etc. The more snow pack , the more likely the water level will tend to come up later to avoid excess water levels. 30 foot dock, approx 20feet moorage, good for boats up to 22feet. Medium Bank waterfront, when water level rises no dry beach, steps from dock into water, nice sandy bottom. Approx 3 to 3.5 feet deep at shallowest portion of dock and 6-7 feet deep at end of dock. Great water ski area.


The Tamarack, Quaking Aspen , Birch and other trees turn color in the fall. This is one of our favorite times of year to enjoy the cooler weather, picking apples and the gas fireplace in the evening. There is an outside fire pit and sitting area. Late fall, is a great time of year as you we approach winter to watch the many birds along the river such as waterfowl and migratory birds as they head to their winter destination. Bring your binoculars and camera.

Enjoy the gas fireplace after a good day of skiing at Schweitzer mountain, Large trees , views over the water as the snow falls. Beautifull in the wintertime. Property is 15-20 minutes from base of Schweitzer Mountain. 2-car attached garage so you can park inside. Early winter, enjoy migratory birds along the river.


Spring has a lot of surprises, usually people are talking about when they think the warm weather will come to melt the snow and ice from the winter build up. You can usually tell that spring has arrived when you begin to hear the robins and other birds begin to chirp on those mornings when the sun is warmer/closer and you can just feel the change in the weather. The sounds of dripping from ice melting and the woods sound alive as the heavy snow begins to shed from the trees due to the warmth upon them. Wake up and enjoy all of this with a warm cup of coffee or tea. Spring marks the change in migratory bird activity and once again the river begins to come alive, this time as migratory fowl and others begin to move towards their Spring/Summer nesting grounds. Enjoy watching the nesting activities of many birds in the area, especially the geese and eagles. We've seen as many as five eagles at one time going after their food. We've watched a lot of eagle activity form our living room. We've enjoyed some pretty warm weather in the Spring, you have to just catch those warm spells just right. This time of year, since the water level is down, the sandy beach is exposed. On hot days the kids might enjoy playing in the shallow water. Because the water is low and shallow for a distance, it sometimes warms up just enough for youngsters to be having a great time, while parents are on the dry beach enjoying some of the first sun of the year. The kids can build sand castles and splash and play. This is our little secret for where to go to the Beach in April. We discovered this our first year we lived here and enjoyed it after as well.

We have a professional property manager, the property is professionally cleaned.

For reservations, please contact us at the below phone number.

Thank you

Ernie Kroll

Area Information
This is a great area for water skiing, boating, kayaking, jet ski. Public boat launch is just a little over a mile away in Laclede, South on Riley Creek Road by the Mill to the river. A second boat launch is located in Riley creek campground. Take Riley Creek road south, follow road as it veers to the right into the park. There is no parking for day use since this is a federal campground, not a state campground. The Property is located on a wider spot on the Pend Oreille river on the Sandpoint side of the river. Laclede is located approx halfway between Sandpoint and Priest River. If you've never been to Laclede, its a great place to come and relax. When driving from the property to Sandpoint on highway 2 the traffic is minimal, no long bridge and traffic jams to deal with. Enjoy the water by day and eating in town by night. Barbecue on the covered deck with your family and friends, watch movies, play games or simply enjoy the sounds of the water. Wake up to beautifull sunrise , southern exposure. Other activities include; picking Blueberries at the Blueberry u-pick farm, approx 1 mile North of Highway 2 on Riley creek road. Take a left at the road by the blueberry bushes and enjoy some of the best blueberries around. Take the kids to Riley creek campground. There is a small playground towards the back of the park and a trail that goes around the backside of the park along the water which is very pleasant to walk. You'll find gas for your boat at Willow bay marina just a couple of miles West of the property. Willow bay marina is located across from Riley Creek campground. Gas, snacks, movies, milk, hot dog buns and hamburger buns can be obtained at the Laclede Store in Laclede. If you've never had "Woods smoked sausage", we highly recommend them and The Laclede Store carries them. Woods Meats is local North of Sandpoint. Some of the best food around is also just down the road less than a mile in laclede at the Klondike. Don't let the no flash appearance of the Klondike turn you away until you try their great food and relaxing and pleasant atmosphere. Okay for kids to eat, it reminds me more of a pub. Great food, highly recommend and price is great too. Try the Bruno burger, delicous. I've heard their prime rib dinner on Fridays is outstanding and the sandwhiches the next day on Saturday are very good. Laclede has a 4th of July parade and the Klondike puts on activities, has great food and a fireworks show in the evening. Its a lot of fun for everyone, especially the


Downhill Snow skiing, snowboarding, tubing and cross country skiing at Schweitzer Mountain, a renown ski destination. Schweitzer has a shuttle service that runs every half hour in the morning and on the hour in the evening. The shuttle parking lot is located at the base of Schweitzer mountain. Cost is $2 each way. The distance up the hill from the bottom is 9 miles, however during the winter this can take 20-30 minutes depending upon road conditions and traffic. Using the shuttle service is a great way to save on gas and not have to worry about finding a parking spot at the mountain. Enjoy skiing on the mountain during the day and Sandpoint eating and entertainment by night and then back to the house for a good nights sleep. Some of the other activities to be found are snowmobiling in the Priest Lake area. To get to Priest Lake, go West on Highway 2 to Priest River ( approx 10-12 minutes ), turn right ( North ) at the main 4-way light intersection in town. North approx 20-25 minutes.


This is a great time of year to get away and enjoy the changing colors of the many trees and slowdown from the busy summer season. If your looking to spend some time around Sandpoint or just get some rest and relaxation. This is a great time of year to walk around town, get a coffee or latte and read a good book. Check out the activities in the Sandpoint Magazine. Hunting season opens up, there is a lot of state and National Forest land in the area. You can get a forest Service map from the forest Service. Make sure and get permission if hunting on private land, the Forest Service maps are great, as they show public and private land. Best to stay clear of private land unless your very familiar with the area, property lines and or have permission from a property owner.


Spring is always a surprise, trying to guess when the warm weather will come to melt the snow and begin the growing time of trees and flora. Late Spring, fishing begins.

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Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 20 2016 Oct 01 2017 - - - $1,195 1 Month
Deposits: $800 security deposit, Pets ( case by case ) $300 non-refundable
Payment Options: Personal Check
Other Fees: tenant pays utilities, since this is a long-term lease
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