From the reclaimed 200-year-old cedar beams to the ornate Mexican tile and slate flooring, this unique home is truly something to behold, including four beds and three baths in the main house while a casita offers two beds and one bath. A beautifully-restored trapper cabin and a bunkhouse are also set on the sprawling 113-acre property. Around each corner of this breathtaking residence, you will be in awe absorbing the rich history and attention to detail. Originally built by an artist, no feature has been overlooked.
The main ranch house home is designed around a Trombe wall, that captures heat from the sun during the cold months to warm the house while a wood-burning fireplace and a hot water heating system add extra comfort. Those who love to entertain will adore the beautiful deck and patio area where you can host friends around the fire pit. Catering will be a dream in the well-appointed kitchen complete with mahogany cupboards with ample counter space. Offering peaceful, luxurious living at its absolute finest, you will love to sit back and admire elk on the property or explore the land. This is an extraordinary home and a once in a lifetime opportunity.
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