Steve McQueen’s $7.4 Million Pioneer Moon Ranch in Idaho

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

We’ve all dreamed of owning a property in the middle of nowhere. Looking out the window to see sprawling green mountains, tall trees, and plenty of wild life. While we’re sure there are much cheaper ways to achieve this dream, none are cooler than Steve McQueen’s Pioneer Moon Ranch.

Previously owned by “The King of Cool” himself, this stunning property takes dream houses to another level. The property is situated on over 500 acres of land in Hailey, Idaho, with 1.5 miles of the East Fork of the Big Wood River flowing right through. Not only is the river home to plenty of fish, but there is also moose, elk and deer that roam freely around the property. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom main house is just over 1,400 square feet while an “annex” structure provides an additional 1,731 square feet for your guests. Let’s not forget one of the best spaces though – a 1,539 square feet 4 bay garage complete with two heated bays and a workshop. The property recently sold for $7.4 million.

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