This rustic mountaintop home is located at 8458 Valhalla Drive in Truckee, CA. It was built by the master craftsmen at Bruce Olson Construction and is  situated on a 1.5 acre lightly forested parcel backing to Martis Camp’s Fazio designed 5th tee. The exterior offers beautifully finished hand hewn rustic siding, extensive custom stone work, a living earthen roof, a 3,000 square foot plus heated stone entertainment terrace with southern exposure, all custom exterior ironwork fixtures, balcony with fireplace, an over-sized gas fire pit with seating area, an outdoor covered dining area with exterior fireplace, a heated driveway and a large heated 3-car garage. The spacious interior features approximately 7,761 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, wide-plank rustic European Ash floors, open concept kitchen/dining area, stunning great room with 2-story granite fireplace and skylights, home office, optional billiards and bonus rooms and more. It is listed at $9,250,000.

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  • Daniel

    Too much f-ing wood.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I know it’s the whole “rustic” thing, but they couldn’t at least throw in some different-colored wood? It’s way too much of the same color. I appreciate a good rustic mountain home, but this one falls flat.

    Also, the photoshopped flames in the fire pit literally made me laugh out loud.

    Is that GRASS on the roof in that last pic?




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    • Iemand

      Jep. It’s a green roof, very cool stuff. Google it.

      They should have taken the pictures with snow; thén you’ve got something…




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  • Grrrowler

    The back of the house is much more attractive than the front. Get rid of the garages in the front and change the driveway from that hideous asphalt to something natural looking and it would be better, a lot better. Beyond those mistakes, the house itself is a nice looking lodge. The interior does have a lot of wood, but it works well in this type of house. I actually quite like it; it’s rustic but not too rustic.




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  • rob

    I think they could use more wood. Is this a parody of a rustic cabin. Just way over the top on the wood. I am surprised the bath tub is not an old log.




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  • mak

    The pictures make it look completely fake. It looks CGI.




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  • The Last Man Standing

    From the pictures I like it. Some may say too much wood but really that is a decorator’s decision. Art work on the walls and furniture can add the needed color.
    I agree the garages shouldn’t have been such a feature on the front of the house but moved to the side.
    The fact it is only 1.5 acres and on a golf course is what killed it for me. There are far too many fine log and wood mansions out there on acreage to pick golf course frontage.




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  • dan

    I could easily make this house my home. I like the monochrome wood. The lighter floor color sets the walls and ceilings off. I also love monochrome stone. And speaking of stone, that looks like a stone bathtub. I’m in.




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  • mattc.

    I’m thinking your stone bathtub would be really cold in the winter.




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    • dan

      lol.




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  • mac22

    I love it. Beautiful exterior detailing and setting. Could definitely get used to roughing there for a few weeks of the year. The amount of wood used and tone is perfect. New furnishings would bring in any amount of color but the bones of the home are spectacular.




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  • Chris

    Its too much the same color wood.




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  • Hunter

    I love this place. I really like all the wood, I bet it smells wonderful inside. While the garages should be hidden, what’s done is done and I’d take this place in a heartbeat. I’m a huge golfer so it being a on a golf course is the icing on top for me.




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