This log mansion is a genuine 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom log home dream. It has 6,435 square feet of living space. As of today, March 12, 2019, it is listed for $4,990,000; if you can make a mortgage payment of $19,396 per month, you can buy it outright. This stunning residence features hand-peeled logs, gorgeous masonry, and an abundance of windows. The Spanish Peaks Mountain Club golf course, designed by Tom Weiskopf, can be seen from the log home. Because it is a private club, residents of the house will not have to worry about noise or disruption from the course, and the distance between the two ensures that their peace and quiet will be preserved. Views of Lone Peak and the Spanish Peaks from this log cabin make it a spectacular place to live. The home is an architectural marvel, with numerous stories and dormers, and a wonderful deck from which to take in the scenery. The façade of this log chalet is adorned with some of the largest complete logs you’re likely to ever see, all of which were hand-hewn to perfection. Not one, but two chimneys rise from the middle of the house, indicating that there are numerous fireplaces spread out across the dwelling. The remarkable full-size logs inside the house are continued in the massive pillars and beams that serve as the interior’s unifying theme.
Tongue-and-groove wood paneling, stained to match the logs, covers the cathedral ceilings in several rooms. A full gourmet kitchen and a separate butler’s kitchen can be found on the main floor. There is a huge gas grill and oven in the main kitchen, as well as a fantastic fan. The fridge is hidden under cabinets with matching paneling for a seamless overall appearance. The dishwasher is hidden behind a pantry door, while the sink is located on the main island. You can also have your meals at the bar sitting at the island if you’re not planning on doing any fancy dining. The kitchen, dining area, and large living area are all open to one another, making efficient use of all available space. Large, leather pieces are displayed in the living area; these pieces nicely fill the room and give comfy seating in front of the fireplace. A beautiful mantle adorns the hand-built stone fireplace that serves as the room’s center point. In addition to this living space, there is also a dining area and a full bar in the finished basement, making this the ideal property for hosting parties.
All six bedrooms are spacious, but five of them feature private bathrooms that are just as beautiful as the rest. The bar and some cozy seats are located in the basement, which has a cavelike atmosphere thanks to all the masonry. What’s more, there’s a theater in the basement, which is every film buff’s ultimate desire. The walk-out lower level gives access to a second terrace on the main floor, and it also features a second living space with its own fireplace or fireplaces. Golf, skiing, and the conveniences of the local private club and town center are all within easy walking distance of the house. This magnificent house was constructed in 2006, but it could easily fool someone into thinking it was built yesterday. Just what do you think of this beautiful log cabin? Do you wish you could call this house, or one like it, your own?
Available for sale at Zillow.