Location: 2480 Saddle Notch Road, Loveland, CO

Square Footage: 10,929

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms (plus 3 in guest house) & 7 bathrooms

Price: $10,000,000

This mountaintop log estate is located at 2480 Saddle Notch Road in Loveland, CO and is situated on a vast 375 acres. It was designed by architect Kathy Scott and built by Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia in 2004. It features a log main house, a 3-bedroom log guest house, two ponds and a log building with 7,000 square foot workshop and 2,200 square foot country ballroom above complete with kitchen and bath and adjacent horse stables. All of the interior wood surfaces were designed and created by the homeowner’s personal company Genesis Innovations. The main house boasts exquisite features such as hickory wood floors, hand-carved items, custom light fixtures and stone hearths. It features approximately 10,929 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, two offices, double height dining room, living room, gourmet kitchen with hand-carved cabinets, wood spiral staircase to all floors, family room with custom wet bar, elevator, 4-car garage, heated deck, outdoor living room with fireplace and more.

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  • Daniel

    Fantastically cool details here and there. The trees guarding the entrance are amazing. The overall shape of the exterior is odd though – too tall in the center. I do like the materials used throughout. Furniture disappears within the rooms though.




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    • Kenny Forder

      The entrance is awesome <3




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  • John L.

    It’s a little too Splash Mountain/Disney Grand Californian for me. The land is beautiful though.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a beautiful ranch, and I like the house from the outside. The interior spaces are nice, but the decor isn’t great. A lot of it crosses a line into log cabin kitsch.




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  • mak

    Kewl place. I love the remote location as much as the house, as well as the pastures and mountains surrounding it. I bet it is a blast to be holed up there in the winter time.




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  • laura

    May you rent it ? say for a weekend or summer or winter break ?




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