Saddle Notch Ranch stunning INterior Design

Saddle Notch Ranch offers a 10,000± square foot owners home, a four-bedroom guest house, a large barn, and a storage building.

Owner's Home

This estimated 10,929 square foot building was designed to accommodate extended family and guests, while at the same time being comfortable for the owners to live there on their own. The husband is a second-generation cabinet maker and he and his wife have made this house a personal statement about their love and appreciation of wood and custom craftsmanship, as well as the dramatically beautiful site location.

The 22” average diameter logs are red cedar and sourced in British Columbia. All the interior cabinet work was handcrafted by the owner and is truly exquisite. The log accents are amazing, truly one-of-a-kind and must be seen in person.

Furnishings were sourced primarily in Cody, Wyoming, which is home to some of the West’s best furniture makers, many of whom work in the old Molesworth tradition. We are told, tongue in cheek, that she was given an unlimited budget and she exceeded it!

Renowned Peter Fillerup was commissioned by the owners for various bronze works, lighting, chandeliers, and fireplaces. The wood accent carvings and some of the custom cabinetry were created by the visionary Paul Stark.

A massive Eagle and Lion, perfectly located above the fourth-floor tower room, overlook the face of the home.

Jeff BUerger - Hall and Hall

303.861.8282 |  jeff@hallandhall.com