Our charming house in McCall is just minutes from town with access to lake adventures, hikes, mountain bike rides, and more. It's a very open layout with two full bathrooms, a fantastic kitchen, three private bedrooms, and a room with a pool table and sofa sleeper. The living room is cozy with comfortable seating in front of the fireplace is a great place to enjoy board games and cocktails after a long day of skiing, biking, or boating. Plenty of off street parking plus two covered spots.
A comfortable and stylish home with all the amenities including a laundry room (and mud room for all the ski gear), dishwasher, wifi, and cable tv. And air conditioning for a few hot summer days. What more could you ask for!
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Everything except association beach
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Only 15 minute drive to fantastic skiing at Brundage Ski Area! Come enjoy winter wonderland including the Mccall Winter Carnival with fantastical snow sculptures, skiing, sledding and snowshoeing among the many winter activities!
- 10pm-8am quiet
- Airbnb guests are not allowed access to the association beach. Sorry! Rules are very strict. Luckily there are tons of public beach options nearby including North Beach, Rotary Park, Art Roberts Park, Legacy Park, Davis Beach and Ponderosa State Park.
Please remember that this is our home and neighborhood
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I'm a Colorado native that ended up a proud Idahoan enjoying the mountains, rivers and towns of our region and beyond on occasion. Idaho is seriously a great place to live or visit if you like mountain biking, skiing, hiking, floating rivers, or just enjoying a pleasant night out on the town.
Nonprofit management and producing a radio show keep me busy in addition to the smorgasbord of outdoor adventures to be had with family and friends. If our place (hosting) doesn't work out we have friends and family with great spots and I'm happy to give recommendations on other lodging options or adventures in the area.
When I travel I enjoy getting off the beaten path, finding local jewels (preferably on bike or foot), meeting the individuals and hearing their stories that bring communities alive. Coffee is a must but whiskey is a close second.