The main home is a handcrafted wood frame home with cedar siding and many rock elements. The total square footage is 5,184 square feet on two levels. The home features a wrap around covered porch overhang, quality doors and windows, a heavy composition roof, and vaulted ceilings in the Great Room. The floor plan is superbly suited to country western living with a finished attached three car garage, large mud room, and access to patios and porches. The home has a crawl space under the home.
Main Level: The main level features a front entry into the Great Room with huge vaulted ceilings open to the dining area, and kitchen. There is a stone fireplace, large granite kitchen island breakfast bar, custom antler lighting and rich walnut wood flooring. The main level features two large master suites on either end of the home. The north bedroom suite features access to the rear patio by the pond, large walk -in closet, and spa bathroom with tub and impressive shower. The south bedroom suite features an attached office with cherry cabinetry and double sided gas fireplace as well as patio access, walk-in closet, and large spa bathroom with double vanity and huge shower and tub. The kitchen is a chef’s delight with custom knotty alder cabinetry, dark thick dimension granite counter tops, farm sink, and copper accented range hood over the luxury quality gas range and oven. The dining room enjoys views of the nearby mountains and Trapper Peak and the reflection pond as well as the stone fireplace. The main level has a mudroom with shower, washer and dryer, and walk- in pantry plus an attractive powder room for guests.
Upstairs: The upper level features an open recreation room with pool table and media area plus a large bedroom suite on either end. The bedrooms feature full bathrooms and offer guests and family the feeling of a luxury lodge accommodation.
Garage: The main home has a finished three car garage on the north end of the home. Additional buildings provide more parking for vehicles and more.
Historic Log Cabin
The cabin is estimated to having been built in 1885. The hand-hewn logs were taken down and reconditioned and cabin restored with modern appointments including two bathrooms, two bedrooms, kitchenette, fireplace, and a loft . The cabin is shaded by huge willow trees which were likely planted by the homesteader. The cabin has stone accents, open truss vaulted ceilings, wood flooring, shutters, and feels very cozy and western. The square footage is 800 sf excluding the comfy loft bedroom which is accessed by a ladder. The cabin is located on the west side of the pond and may be accessed by a separate gate from the Conner Cut Off road entrance. The original deed to the property was given in 1886 to the woman who made it her home during the period following the loss of her husband.
Apartment and Shop
The shop and apartment are located west of the cabin with approximately 1,700 sf in total. The building features a 400 sf one bedroom, one bath apartment with a small efficient kitchen. The balance is a large finished shop with laundry area. The shop has three overhead doors for vehicles or recreation equipment and could be finished differently making a living room area for the apartment with the glass doors opening out onto the patio area.
Airplane Hangar and Shop
The airplane hangar measures 75 feet by 84 feet with 6,300 sf of insulated space with a powder room bath and heated floors. Heating is provided by a propane fired wood burning furnace. The north side o the building has an overhead door and access to a 1,200 sf equipment storage area. The south side o the building features an office, bar, and bath with shower plus hobby area and storage area above. The large airplane door measures most of the width of the west side of the building with a height of 18 ft. This building provides for much more that space for an airplane. Great shop area and more!
The ranch has two large Zimmatic pivot irrigation sprinklers. The water is delivered to the pivots via welded underground pipelines and the irrigation sprinklers rotate around the center pivot. This is a highly efficient way of irrigating the hay fields and requires little labor activity. There is a smaller pasture which has underground piping with hydrants where hand line pipes are moved manually. Irrigation practices occur from May through October on the ranch.
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