You’ll be sure to love the Lonesome Dove Path log home part of the Blue Ridge Mountains Parade of Homes. This latest masterpiece by Log Cabins of Yellowstone boasts 3,600 square feet with 2 floors of expansive living, dining, and entertaining space, along with four master suites, all skillfully designed to maximize the breathtaking views. There is no end to the quality finishes in this rustic sanctuary just minutes from Downtown. Perched high on a ridge overlooking spectacular views, this fabulous hand-crafted log home speaks to the history of log cabins. Through modern woodworking, the custom interior and exterior finishes incorporate local White Pine, Aspen, Lodge Pole, Douglas Fir, and even Teak from South America.
The logs for the home are cut from standing dead timber from Wyoming, which is dry and will not twist or settle. This latest masterpiece by Log Cabins of Yellowstone boasts 3,600 square feet with 2 floors of expansive living, dining, and rec/media space, along with four master suites, all with breathtaking views. There is plenty of room to entertain on the main floor, complete with a custom-built bar made from a 75-year-old reclaimed timber frame and 3 hand-tooled western saddle barstools. The company can play in the oversized lower-level rec/media space and even rest peacefully on the uniquely creative hanging bed in one of the terrace-level guest rooms. The dead aspen used to make the beds were harvested by the builder and the furniture maker in the Bridger Teton National Forest in Wyoming.
During your vacation stay, you’ll be captivated by the views as you soak in the hot tub and immerse in the great outdoors from any of the numerous decks, patios, or screened porch. The custom fire-pit is perfect for enjoying glorious mountain evenings surrounded by friends. There is plenty of extra storage and room for all the outdoor toys in the recreation vehicle garage/storage unit and single carport. There is no end to the quality finishes in this relaxing log home sanctuary, including the charred log column from a forest fire in Wyoming, the whisky barrel vanity and petrified wood basins, signature circular-sawn pine floors, and the chandelier crafted from a cannon wheel from the War of 1812, tastefully stacked with antlers. The gas fireplace has lovely accents of rough sawn wood and tin roofing. This is a true slice of heaven just minutes from downtown Blue Ridge with all the pleasures of mountain living.
Whether hiking, relaxing, or enjoying the peaceful landscape, the North Georgia mountains are a perfect place for your next vacation. Explore all the area has to offer during your Parade of Homes visit. Chattahoochee National Forest. Fannin County has over 106,000 acres of forest, 66,097 in the Blue Ridge Ranger District, and 40,006 acres in the Cohutta Wilderness. Vast mountains and wilderness, 1,367 miles of trout streams, and 430 miles of trails welcome visitors to the Chattahoochee National Forest. The famous 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail begins here and features some of the best Autumn scenery you’ll ever witness. You’ll want to be sure to stop at Brasstown Bald, Georgia’s highest peak at 4,784 feet. Trails wind around the mountain and the observation deck offers breathtaking panoramic views of mountains and valleys.
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