Nestled in a fascinating landscape in Loveland, Colorado, USA, this imposing log house mirrors beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains. The holiday-inspiring chalet designed by Architect Kathy Scott is part of a sprawling estate covering 375 acres of land in Saddle Notch and surrounded by open space on three sides. Some of the features of the five-bedroom villa include a four-car garage, outdoor living-room on heated deck, copper clad windows and spectacular slate roof reclaimed from Connecticut.
As you get closer to this wooden gem, you come across details that are highly original and elegantly crafted. Massive logs stand one on top of the other to create an entrance that is bold and authentic. Flanked by two massive tree trunks with conserved roots, the entrance door seems to lead further to a fairy-tale land. Step inside and admire exquisite furnishings in detail. All interior wood surfaces were designed and created by the homeowner’s personal firm Genesis Innovations to suit a contemporary lifestyle. The residence features custom light fixtures by artist Peter Fillerup, and stone hearths crafted from indigenous rock. Enjoy the virtual tour!
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