200 Nut Basin Rd, White Bird, Idaho, 83554
Come relax on the front deck and watch the Salmon River go by. This log style home has a cabin charm with high-end features on 8.75 acres. Newly updated kitchen cabinets and granite counters. Hardwood flooring and tile flooring throughout the home. Spa-inspired design in bathrooms. Butler's kitchen in downstairs walkout basement could lend it'self to having a guest suite for a B&B. Room for horses. Garden. Fruit trees. 2 car garage. 15 minutes to Grangeville. Just above the Slate Creek boat launch.
At the southwest corner of the Camas Prairie, White Bird is near the Salmon River crossing point for the Lewis and Clark expedition. It is also the location of the 1877 Battle of White Bird Canyon, which was the first fight of the Nez Perce War and a significant defeat of the U.S. Army. Chief White Bird was a leader of the tribe. The summit of White Bird Hill is 2,700 feet (820 m) above the city, ascended via U.S. Highway 95.