This modern-rustic mountain residence was designed by Think Architecture along with builder Magleby Construction, located on a 160-acres site in Kamas, Utah. This private estate is nestled in the community of Wolf Creek Ranch, a 13,200-acre development just outside of Park City. This allows homeowners to feel like they are living in the middle of nowhere, except with the luxuries of a gated community. Surrounded by Aspen trees and mature growth scrub oaks, this beautiful home features unobstructed views of Mt. Timpanogos, the Wasatch Range.
Designed as an all season generational vacation retreat for a couple and their family. This warm and inviting getaway was designed around a mountain-ranch concept. What started the design of this estate, was the wife’s passion for art—wishing to have an art studio. The design resembled an old homestead cabin, comprised of stone and timber. It is nestled on the water’s edge and surrounded by Aspen trees—with breathtaking vistas of the Wasatch mountain range. The main house encompasses seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. There is also a barn/guest house on the property.
The residence overlooks a private lake that spans over an acre. An expansive 65-foot bridge leads from the main driveway, across the 18-foot-deep lake to the home’s entry porch and motor court.
What We Love: This incredible mountain residence features a warm and rustic timber and stone facade that is carried into the interiors. The surroundings of this home are breathtaking, inviting you to want to spend time throughly enjoying this heavenly family vacation retreat. We love the design of the artist’s studio, capturing lake and mountain views, it is a cozy space to enjoy a relaxing hobby.
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Reclaimed wood throughout the interiors creates a sense of timelessness, while cut and chiseled stone adds to the home’s timeworn character. Artisan-crafted log timbers sourced from Montana infuses a raw yet refined natural beauty.
Above: The great room captures vistas of both the Wasatch and Uinta mountain ranges. This glorious space is centered around a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. Completing the aesthetic is a striking reclaimed wood ceiling and a framework of soaring split-peel log beams—designed to illuminate the space and maximize views.
Above: A wood-planked and beamed ceiling in the family room infuses warmth into this cozy space. A large picture window perfectly frames the pristine lake outside.
Above: The hood above the range is comprised of limestone. Wood beam ceilings adds a rustic warmth to the kitchen.
Photos: Courtesy of Magleby Construction
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