This 2-level 6,500 square-foot main house on a 55 acre horse ranch in Southern Colorado is a unique blend of two very different design requests; a rustic ranch married with a refined, traditional style. The secluded residence features large windows framing views of protected land. The vanity cabinet and top were custom-built to add sophistication and softness. The walls of the bar are lined with the wood of vintage wine barrels, giving elegance to the desired rustic look. In the lower level of the main house, family heirlooms decorate the walls alongside a bunk room that was lovingly built and decorated for grandkids.
The Ranch House: 2 levels; 6,500 Square Feet Main House, not included in square footage is also the Guest House, Caretakers and Horse Stables
Architect: Gayle Berkey Architects
Builder: Liberty Construction