The Owner’s Cabin consists of a cozy one bedroom cabin with a studio loft. Despite its petite size it contains all the comforts of home.
The Main Cabin has four bedrooms (with Queen beds) and four baths, a large great room, deck overlooking the meadow and mountain views and a pool room. The cabin also contains a small home office space. Features include stainless appliances, quartz counters throughout, and custom cabinets.
While “circular”, the yurt is actually a cozy little cabin that can sleep 6 comfortably with 2 queen beds, 2 Full beds and it also has a sleeper sofa. The yurt has a full kitchen with stove, oven, microwave, lights, propane fridge and running water. The “living area” has the sofa, two recliners and cozy propane stove. there is also a wood burning stove in the kitchen area. Bathroom facilities, including a shower, sink, and composting toilet are located a few steps from the yurt’s back door in the top half of the solar building which provides the yurts power.
There are remnents of several log cabins built during the days the property was homesteaded are scattered on the property and provide a first hand picture of the lifestyle of those hardy pioneers. There is also a cement “hunter’s cabin” that has seen decades of use from hunters, ranchers & campers that have stayed on the property over many generations.