Handcrafted Log Barn With Mountain Views

Cody, Wyoming

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This impressive, fully furnished rustic yet modern Handcrafted Log Barn house is settled in the perfect location to watch the sunrise and the sunset over the Shoshone River.

Access to fishing and hiking along with beautiful views of the wildlife. This unique log barn was rescued and reclaimed with the first cedar telephone poles in the valley when the Buffalo Bill Dam was raised adding to its charm and history.

This rescued and reclaimed handcrafted log barn is fully furnished. The main floor has an open floor plan kitchen, living room, and dining room all with views overlooking the river and surrounding mountains. Watch wildlife pass through meadow, bald eagles flying over the river along with other birds of prey.

The main floor has a full bathroom and laundry area. The handcrafted log stairs will lead you to the second floor with an additional sitting area. Private room with queen bed and down the hall, you will find a king bed in an open floor plan with a sitting area with views of river and mountains. There is an additional full bathroom on the second floor.

From the covered porch you will find yourself greeted by the sunrise and enjoy ending your day as sunsets behind the mountain overlooking the river.

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