Facing southwest, the house sits on a rock at the edge of a protected forest, 300 ft above North Idaho’s vast Lake Pend Oreille. The deck with infinity pools is connected to the house, which creates as inseparable indoor/outdoor living space.
Lake Pend Oreille is 43 miles long with 11 miles of shoreline. The lake is Idaho’s largest natural lake and is 1,158 ft deep; making it the 5th deepest lake in America. Summer –(July)
Views from the 3,500 sq. ft. deck with reflective infinity pools and waterfalls are also shared by the 2,600 sq. ft. house with 2 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, and a spa.
Fall (October) – Sunset and sky reflected in the upper deck infinity pool. View from the master bedroom and bath.
Summer (August)- Upper deck infinity pool- view from the master bedroom and bath.
A reflection from the upper deck infinity pool of the sky and snow covered trees.
November- Winter rain storm with lightning at sunset.
The infinity pools, with waterfalls create the sound of flowing water inside and out.
September- Sunset with upper deck infinity pool reflection.
December- Winter sunset
September- Continuous split level deck with a narrow infinity pool and waterfall creates the sound of a flowing stream.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner 300 feet above Lake Pend Oreille
Located between the infinity pools, the small pool with waterfalls creates the sound of flowing water inside and out.
North Idaho's Green Monarch Mountains on Lake Pend Oreille
Fall Color Panorama Fall (October) – Lower deck view from the living room, kitchen, second bedroom, and spa. The flower planters are constructed on rubber wheels that move freely to any position on the deck. The flowers are rotated to suit the seasons and are enjoyed form the interior of the house.