Exquisite Log Home On Three Levels Of High Quality Architecture

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This exquisite 7,852 square feet custom log home quietly embraces the surrounding environment, making it a jewel of the Durango resort area, in the State of Colorado. With a spectacular view to a private trout filled lake, the rustic residence has 5 bedroom, a large open living area and 6.5 baths arranged on three levels of high quality architecture.
Three centuries old timber logs were crafted to design the impressive interior. The space was carefully divided to create the feeling of space and still have the necessary privacy of the rooms without the use of many doors. The interior lovely floors are made from natural stone, enhanced with custom accents.

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The all-wooden ambiance puts you in the middle of nature by offering you the comfort of a modern home. Don’t be fooled, there are electronics and technological appliances present in the rooms, but they are carefully blended in with the wooden décor. Patterns are also used in this manner to complement the rustic feel without overfilling the rooms with wood motives.
You can find all sort of hand-forged ironwork and high-end fixtures throughout the home, making the fabulous views of the surrounding mountains and cliffs an experience you will remember with pleasure. The landscaped yard of the house features stone walkways, retaining walls and a gas fire pit in the back, to make the most of the wild area predominately forested with large trees. log-home-residence-2

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