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6525 Jackson St Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

This bright and attractive, remodeled two-story 6,296 square-foot building on the South Hill in Bonners Ferry was designed as a church but would also transition to a stunning home or – with a Special Use Permit – a spacious business in a great location. Main floor includes a huge open room w/ high vaulted ceilings (used as a worship center), many windows—including a lovely feature window— foyer, a two-room office, a sound room/loft & a bonus room. Downstairs, the airy daylight Bsmnt includes a large great room/dining area, an oversized modern kitchen w/custom wood cabinetry & large island, and six rooms & storage. Downstairs also has 3 bathrooms & one shower. Ample parking on paved front & rear lots. Handicap access. 2 exits on both levels. Efficient gas FA heat & central AC. Newer, durable high-end siding. Recently painted interior & exterior. .32A lot with lawn area & mature shrubs near double-door entrance. Very clean; easily maintained. Walk to downtown. Motivated Seller~


Type ....... Single Family
Square Feet ....... 6296*
Above Ground Ft ....... 3271*
Below Ground Ft ....... 3025*
Bedrooms ....... 0
Bathrooms ....... 3
Garage ....... None
Basement ....... Daylight, Full-Finished, Separate Entry, See Rem
Heating/Fuel Source ....... Forced Air, Gas-Natural, Wall Heater, Furnace


Acres ....... 0.32*
Land Characteristics ....... Level
Road Access ....... Public Road
Road Surface ....... Paved
Outbuildings .......
Taxes ....... $2,162.00

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Pace-Kerby & Co. Inc. 7192 Main St Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

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