Glengary Cove, also referred to as Glengary Point, has two beautifully appointed, delightfully detailed and perfectly proportioned cabins with complete accommodations ready for one to begin immediately enjoying the best that North Idaho has to offer. Gently sloping through mature timber, this 9.25 acre point of land on Lake Pend Oreille in Sagle, Idaho is wonderful as is and also large enough to accommodate a family compound or several home sites, while retaining privacy and offering stunning views where you need never miss a sunrise.
While seated at the most eastern point on the property you will have a full 300 degree view of the lake and surrounding mountain ranges like none other. Perhaps a solution to the “what do I look at” dilemma would be a swivel recliner to allow one to appreciate nature’s art on full display. There are so many options with a property like this that the only limit is your own imagination.
Out your front window you will see the Bitterroot and Cabinet Mountain ranges parted by the Clark Fork of the Columbia River as it empties into Lake Pend Oreille, completing the first 300 mile leg of its 480 mile journey to the Columbia River. Also prominently displayed through your window and across the water is a stunning view of Scotchman Peak, rising over 7,000 feet as the highest point in Bonner County. While it may feel like wilderness, civilization is close by. A short boat ride can place you at a number of quality restaurants and services and both Bottle Bay and Garfield Bay are easily convenient by boat and also by car through some of north Idaho’s gorgeous countryside.
Winter in North Idaho offers absolute silence with the morning sun glistening off lake and snow. As spring begins the thaw, wind rustles the tall pines, beginning to warm as deer graze on new growth while guarding their young. Faint sounds drift across the water as early morning fishermen motor out to begin their day. Eagles and Osprey soar above the towering pines at Glengary Cove, teaching their offspring to hunt while chipmunks chatter and scurry among the trees.
Summer comes with long days of sun and the sounds of happy boaters coming in and out from the nearby marina, accessible from your private custom dock. Wild turkeys gobble from somewhere back in the forest and deer still graze the shoreline with their growing young. The air is warm with that sweet, dry pungent North Idaho forest fragrance as a sense of peace slows the days and lingers. The nights are windless with moonlight reflecting off waves as they lap along the shore.
Winter returns again to Glengary Point with cozy nights indoors while the stillness and silence outside offer only the whisper of falling snow.