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Two Mile Cabin in Island Park

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  • Bedrooms: 5
    Bathrooms: 4
    Sleeps: 10
    Sleeping Arrangements: 2 King, 2 Queen, 2 Twin
    Square Footage: 3200
    10 minutes to town
    BBQ Grill
  • Crock pot
    Dishwasher
    Fire pit
    Gas Fireplace
    Hair Dryer
    Internet
    Ipod docking station
  • Ironing Board
    Microwave
    No Air Conditioning
    No Pets
    Satellite TV
    Washer & Dryer
Property Description

Just 12 miles from West Yellowstone's entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

Great views of Sawtell Peak and the surrounding mountains.

Walk to Forest Service trails or make a short drive to Henry’s or Hebgen Lakes and to fishing on local rivers.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Our first Idaho property, called Two Mile Cabin because it's barely in Island Park, Idaho, just two miles over the state line at the Continental Divide. This little neighborhood of homes is a great base camp for exploring the Yellowstone area. It’s just 15 minutes to the park entrance, is surrounded by national forest for hiking, mountain biking, and snowmobiling and it’s just a 5 minute drive to Henry’s Lake and the Henry’s Fork River, both world-famous fisheries. With 3,200 square feet of living space, including a large family room, TV room and sauna, it’s a very comfortable home for a large group.

BEDROOMS AND BATHS: The cabin has five bedrooms and four full baths. The main level has three bedrooms, and there are two more downstairs. On the main level you’ll find a master bedroom with a king size bed and attached full bath with a tub/shower combination. One of the other bedrooms has a queen bed and the other has 2 twins. They share a full bath with tub/shower. The sunny lower level master has a king size bed and a large attached bath with walk in shower. The second bedroom has a queen and uses a bath with shower just across the family room. All bedrooms have Pottery Barn linens and iPhone docks.

KITCHEN: This is a great kitchen for a crowd as it opens to the bar, the dining area and the living room. It’s equipped with tons of serving and picnic ware, and lots of small appliance extras like a crock pot, waffle maker, electric mixer and blender. There’s also a Weber grill out on the deck.

DINING AREA: The large dining table seats ten comfortably and the bar accommodates another three. There’s also plenty of seating for enjoying outdoor meals out on the aspen-shaded deck.

LIVING ROOM: The cozy living room has a gas fireplace, a flat screen HD TV with satellite service, an iPhone dock and comfy leather seating. Step out the sliding doors to the deck with additional seating for cocktail hour!

FAMILY ROOM, TV ROOM & SAUNA: The downstairs is dedicated to helping you relax after your day of exploring. The huge family room has both Foosball and a game table. There’s a TV room with a large screen TV, and a sauna room with a three-person infrared dry sauna.

SETTING, ACREAGE, AND VIEWS: Two Mile Cabin is in a small mountainside neighborhood about 12 miles from West Yellowstone, a major entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It sits on one half acre and enjoys incredible views of towards Henry's Fork Valley, Sawtell Peak and other mountains along the Continental Divide. You’re likely to see elk, moose, fox and maybe even a bear in this beautiful wild area!

OUTDOOR AMENITIES: Decks on two sides of the house provide room for enjoying coffee in the morning sunshine and then sunset over the mountains. A gas grill, firepit, swing set, outdoor dining table and plenty of cocktail seating make these very enjoyable spaces.

CLOSEST TOWN AND AIRPORT: You are 10 miles to the grocery store in Island Park and 12 miles from West Yellowstone, and 100 miles from both the Bozeman, MT and Idaho Falls, ID airports.

ACTIVITIES NEARBY: In winter, you can snowmobile right from the house and get onto hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails. If you prefer Nordic skiing, West Yellowstone’s Rendezvous Trails are a short drive away and you can explore the park by snow coach. In summer, there’s hiking and mountain biking all throughout the area, fishing on the Henry’s Fork and Madison Rivers and on Henry’s Lake, boating on Hebgen Lake and day trips into