'I would rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth.' - Steve McQueen A log cabin in Idaho doesn’t exactly scream "Hollywood royalty". Unless, that is, the log cabin was once owned by sixties film icon Steve McQueen, star of slick action gems such as Bullitt and The Cincinatti Kid, on a 500-acre plot of land traversed by the East Fork of the Big Wood River. Not a bad getaway from the hustle of Los Angeles. And if you happen to be in the market for an isolated outdoorsy estate awash in film history, you’re in luck. For $7.4 million, McQueen’s sprawling Sun Valley pad can be yours.
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Dubbed Pioneer Moon Ranch, the property features a 1500-square-foot home equipped with river rock fireplace, a 1700-square-foot annex boasting an entertainment center and full bar, and a 1500-square-foot garage (presumably for keeping all your British motorcycles — McQueen’s speed machine of choice).
So check out the real estate, just 25 minutes from Ketchum, Idaho, and discover some star power in the middle of the great outdoors. Just make sure you arrive in something lightning fast. There’s no doubt McQueen would approve.