I don’t know what the full story is behind this massive 5,099 square foot log home in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, but it was built in 2007 – obviously with no expense spared – and the realtor says it was “never lived in”.
It is an estate sale so it was probably not a happy ending for the (former) owner/seller.
But this place is so magnificent, I had to give it some attention. (Not to mention that it is built from “Canadian full round log”.)
If you are a fan of log cabins, you would be in hog heaven here:
This log masterpiece is priced at $1,325,000. It has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Some of the luxury features:
“Wine cellar, clean in-floor heat, central vac, wet bar in the lower level theater/game room, steam room for 8 and 4 car garage. There are too many amenities to mention. But wait! It just gets better! There’s the separate, fully furnished and appointed 1,044 sq’ guest house with 2 bedrooms.”
Can you even technically call it a “cabin” when it is over 5,000 square feet?
This place is the height of rustic elegance.
The kitchen is nicely done with the current kitchen trends (stainless/copper/slate) and has one of those popular “pot fillers” over the range:
The house even comes with its own steam room for those cold Colorado nights:
Have a look at the massive master bedroom:
It’s huge but still feels cozy to me because of the warm wood floors, log walls and log beam ceiling.
The thing I adore most about log homes is that they always feel so unpretentious – even the big fancy ones.
The estate is located on over 35 acres of land including a high ridge with views and pasture below.
“Enjoy complete privacy, the benefit of no homeowner’s association, magnificent mountain views and be only 5 minutes to downtown.”
Sounds like heaven on earth to me!
Have a look at the interior of the “guest house”…
Very cute and cozy.
For the complete listing, see here.
I hope that the former owner (RIP) has found his/her dream log home up in house heaven… because it is a crying shame that they never got to live in this grand one!