PSG is in the 2019 Parade of Homes!
Three quarters of a mile down a rough trail is this remarkable vacation hunting lodge in a refined rustic design. Mimicking those found out West, this secluded home is anything but rough or ordinary. A towering exterior of stone, wood siding, cable-railed stairway, and massive entry doors welcome visitors to two levels of understated but luxurious living space.
With 7,501 sq. ft. of under roof space, and 4,300 total sq. ft. of living space, the lodge has 4 en suite bedrooms, a powder room, elevator, second kitchen on the lower level, and commercial grade butchering room on the lower level.
The massive great room is the hub of the upper level, with plenty of seating surrounding a wood-burning fireplace. A soaring 16′ vaulted pine plank ceiling is accented with timbers reclaimed from the owners’ retail establishments. Antler chandeliers, wood plank floors, and alder pine doors reinforce the rustic yet refined nature of the lodge. Running the length of the back of the home is a 1,000 sq. ft. cantilevered balcony with stainless steel cable rails, retractable screen enclosure, and lake view. A massive 5’x10′ marble-look quartz island anchors the kitchen designed with rich gray and black antiqued cabinets, concealed walk-in pantry, and Wolf® gas stove. A wine room is adjacent to the kitchen and has a stacked stone feature wall, butcher block counter, ice maker, wine cooler, and wine bins with drawer fronts masterfully repurposed from wine crates. Master bedroom and guest suites are on the upper level. Exceptionally appointed, the lower level can serve as a private apartment with two bedrooms and private baths, living room, full kitchen, and laundry room. Tucked around a corner is a commercial-grade butcher room with walk-in freezer and refrigerator, and an exterior entrance. An elevator connects the two levels.
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