The house is a 3000 Sq. Ft. Ranch Style built all on one level. Featuring:
- All Tile Floors (Hot Water in floor heating), except for the family room.
- Large 13′ x 30′ Front Porch added in 2011
- Greet Room w/Kitchen, Dining and Living Room 30’x27′
- Pantry with utility sink, H&C water, finished shelves (Floor to Ceiling)
- Master Bedroom 13’x15′ w/walk in closet
- Guest Bedroom 11’x10′ w/closet
- Office or Reading Room 12’x9′
- Family Room 30’x24′ (built in 2013) w/attached Greenhouse 8’x24′ (2 Person Jacuzzi included)
- Laundry Room 12’x14′
- Total of 3000 sq. Ft. of tile.
The house was built with standard frame construction 2×6 side walls and 8′ ceilings for heat retention. The exterior has steel siding to last through extremely rough climate changes and high altitude weather patterns. Scott said when he came up and looked at properties at this elevation, he noticed extremely poorly designed homes that didn’t weather well. He said most of the 25 year old log homes you could already put your fingers through the logs from weather rot. This was why Scott chose metal siding.
Scott has done most of the work himself. This house has a lot of Scott’s personal touches and custom flare and character. You will discover a lot of The Rubicon embedded right in it also. There are over 17 years of TLC in this home with unique and country living styles.
Kitchen counter is made from all local slate. The slate was hand selected / collected / installed by Scott. The pantry was also designed to hold over a year of staples and hide the fridge and dishwasher. It has a utility sink for those unsightly pots and pans when you are entertaining and cooking for company.
All the wood in the family room is locally harvested knotty pine. Look real close to the rock wall in the family room, it has historic artifacts embedded right in it. The stove door is from Carbonate. See More and Read More about the House (NEW PICTURES 06/07/2015)