You must see this amazing twisted Cedar Log, rock and stucco home to appreciate its unique look, ambiance and old-world craftsmanship. Built by West Coast Log Homes out of British Columbia, this type of high quality log craftsmanship is rare in Pagosa Springs. Notice the details in the pictures of the hand-picked logs. The home owner chose the logs and location to accent the various rooms throughout the home. Hand carved Mountain Lion is featured in the stunning entrance of the home, opening to a large great adorned with floor to ceiling windows taking in the views as far as the eye can see. The posts and beams frame in the Great Room exclusive of hardware. This home is a meticulous master piece of construction. Chef’s kitchen with indoor grill, slate floors, earth stone granite and attention to every detail provide a home that exudes the true Colorado Log Home. Huge master suite and bath with “car wash” shower and coffee deck make this a perfect place to relax after a day of hiking, biking, horseback riding in the San Juan National Forest. Home features a theater area and home office with a view plus two additional guest bedrooms. Covered hot tub and patio seating with built in loungers will have you enjoying the perfect bug-free Pagosa environment. Dog bath in the 3-car garage makes cleaning Fido, your muddy boots or other mountain toys easy. The acreage is a mix of Aspens, Oak and Pines. This home also features a huge workshop large enough for the Kuboto tractor. A 40’ RV and room to spare. Fabulous workshop area with power, water and a dog kennel area ready for a new craftsman and their 4-legged friends. 8-zone in-floor heat, pine ceilings, meticulous inside and out – this is a home that has to be “experienced” to really see the beauty and detail. Located in Alpine Lakes Ranch; an area encompassing 8600 acres of larger ranch parcels. The expansive ranch community is about 20 miles south of Pagosa Springs. Parcels are 35+ acres with a variety of terrain. Altitude ranges from 7000 feet to about 8500 feet. This is a high desert region that gets about 16-19" of rain annually and 60-100" of snow. The ranch borders National Forest and BLM land and there are several access points for property owners into the public lands. The POA leases the ranch for cattle grazing so participating property owners enjoy the tax advantage of Agricultural status.