The Flood Plain House sits 12 feet above the ground on the banks of the Potlatch River. With four supporting concrete pillars to avoid flooding, this home provides a minimalist designed fortress with the all the trimmings any home buyer could imagine.
The home is separated into two extensions. One expands outward, hovering over the water to create a cantilever deck, while the second runs south to create a wing of bedrooms. The interior remains native to the homes utilitarian aesthetic, featuring exposed timber, steel and pine. If that's not enough, the surrounding Idaho landscape should be enough to win you over. Check it out above and for more information, visit here.