A recreational dream! Whether it’s grand adventure you seek, or simply some quiet rest, you’ll find it all here. This 1.5-story log house with basement lies on a nearly 40-acre parcel between Placerville and Ridgway, an area affording some of the most prized, sought-after scenery in the state. Besides the famed Rockies, an unparalleled view of the valley is offered here, stretching for mile after mile. If off-grid living is your cup of tea, you’ll be glad to hear that the electricity is all solar/wind-based and the water is via a well and 1,500-gallon cistern. Thickness of trees and shrubbery make a fitting background for the 2,700-square-foot house. A hint of stonework trim decorates part of the exterior, and a high-pitched metal roof gives character. A deck wraps around from back to side, from which to gaze south to the mountains and west to the sunset. Facing the San Juans is a patio area of stone and gravel flooring—you could sit here for hours. Not all log homes emit a cabin-like feel inside, but this one does. Stepping into the great room (after passing through an eye-catching mudroom), you find yourself engulfed in lovely wood from floor to ceiling. Sizeable windows line the south side and let sunshine and views pour in; this includes some oversized, angled panes that touch the cathedral ceiling’s apex. This vista-viewing arrangement is designed to take the breath away—and it works. Round beams contribute to a natural, rustic look. Living area flooring consists of hardwood and a section of tile. The loft provides easy charm, peeking out over the great room below as the stonework of the fireplace rises next to the stairs. The kitchen opens to the living space and features bar seating. Rounding out the main level is a bedroom, a laundry room, and a bath with tub. In addition to the main loft area, the upstairs contains a narrow room (wide enough for a small bed), a bedroom with its own deck, and a full bath with double sinks, opening to both the bedroom and the hallway. The basement is almost entirely finished. Its main square footage is found in a spacious L-shaped open room featuring three doors to the outside, big west-facing windows, and a handy kitchenette. Also found here is a room that, though having no closet (and so technically not a bedroom), does have a door to the outside and a window. Plus, there’s a narrow closet, an unfinished utility/storage room, and a full bath with dual sinks and attractive tile. You’ll most likely need room for ATVs and such; the garage/shop will take care of that! (And a shed makes even more storage possible.) Access is seasonal. Outdoor activity, relaxation, nature’s unmatched beauty—it’s all waiting for you!
|YEAR BUILT||2000||COMMUNITY||Hastings Mesa|
|GARAGE SPACES||2.0||COUNTY||San Miguel CO|
|STATUS||Active||PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Elementary School||Telluride K-6|
|Jr. High School||Telluride 7-8|
|High School||Telluride 9-12|
|GARAGE||2 Detached Garage, Yes|
|HEAT||Forced Air, Wood Stove|
|INTERIOR||Cathedral Ceiling, Mud Room, T&G Ceilings, W/D Hookup|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||Gravel, No Winter Maintenance, Private, Seasonal|
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