Breathtaking Montana Log Cabin Home

SALE: 85% OFF the Log Home Planbook

SALE: 85% OFF the Log Home Planbook

Hawkwood was originally built in the 1890's. This was a hub of activity for the West Boulder Valley. The building was the Old Hawkwood Post Office and School house.
Standing the test of time as many of these rustic old log structures do, back in the 1800's the stage coach would stop and bring news from the east. It also brought homesteaders that wanted to start a new life in this area.

Protected and preserved as it should be, Hawkwood sits at 5400ft. Elevation and is surrounded by natural panoramic vista views. The area's climate is pleasant enough that it offers year round living.

The interior of this hand-hew log home has be restored to a rustic, warm and inviting home. Upon entering the foyer, you observe the bluestone flooring, sky windows situated a hand-crafted oak entry. The place is kept warm and cozy with a double sided moss rock gas fireplace.
The cabinetry and entertainment center has built in Antique styled woodwork. Handcrafted furniture made of natural logs decorates the interior. The chandeliers are created from natural-shed elk antlers. To create contrast to the original chinked timbers are warmly light pastel walls.
There are three stories in the home. To upgrade to a modern lifestyle, you will find a chef-grade kitchen. The floors are made from reclaimed materials and have radiant floor heating.
There are three bedrooms, three full baths, and two half-baths. There is also a 'bonus' bunk bedroom. All the bathrooms are fully modernized with top of the line fixtures. The master suite and the lower level bedroom both offer access to the outdoors with private entrances through porches and terraces.

The exterior offers a burr elwood and juniper deck complete with artistic railings. The building now has a beautiful copper roof and copper gutters.

You will want to see all the fabulous photos of Hawkwood. Please visit the link to the Hawkwood Website.

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  • March 22, 2015 9:45 pm