This stunning waterfront estate in Sandpoint, Idaho sits on the very edge of Lake Pend Oreille with 365 feet of shoreline. Constructed in 2006 this home grabs you from the moment you enter the circular driveway with its castle fairytale-like features which include copper-roofed parapets that accent the surrounding lake and mountains.

North Idaho is known for its beauty, recreation, and hometown lifestyle; and the person who snatches up this piece of Pacific Northwest heaven will surely be content with the surroundings, its unique architectural layout, and special design touches - including 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms (2 partial), a heated walkway leading up to the home, and over 8600 feet of living space.

No matter what the season, Lake Pend Oreille in Sandpoint, Idaho is a paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors - from watersports, winter sports, hiking, fishing, and hunting to nearby dining, shopping, and the largest amusement park in the PNW. It's currently listed for $6.9 million by Sotheby's International Realty. Scroll down and take a walk-through of this breathtaking North Idaho estate - it is truly amazing.

This Castle-Like Lakefront Estate Will Blow Your Mind

This incredible home sits on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille in Sandpoint, Idaho. It is truly a Pacific Northwest resident's dream home and location. The images below capture the well-thought-out architecture that enhances the natural beauty of its surroundings. Keep scrolling and take it all in for yourself.

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