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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