Main House - The farm features a number of tasteful improvements with a five-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bath main home as its centerpiece. Built in 2001, the 5,174± sq. ft. house is two stories with a board and batten exterior. The first floor features an open floor plan with a modern kitchen, great room, dining area, and a large fireplace. It includes a large master suite with a custom closest and a private office. The main floor includes a total of three bedrooms and there are an additional two bedrooms upstairs. A breezeway connects the main house to the carriage house, in which there is a home gym, game room and a three-car garage. There is a nice patio on the back of the home with an outdoor fire pit. The architectural design features lots of window space filling the home with natural light, all while taking advantage of the expansive mountain and valley views surrounding the home.
Lodge – Also constructed in 2001, the five-bedroom lodge provides the perfect place for extended family and guests. The lodge is located on the northern portion of the property overlooking a two-acre spring-fed pond. The lodge has an open floor plan with a great room, dining room, kitchen and fireplace. There is one bedroom on the main floor and two bedrooms upstairs. The downstairs includes a large den area with a bar and two bedrooms which open up to an outdoor stone patio with a fire pit. Off the main floor is a wrap-around porch with big views.
Equestrian Facility – B&H boasts a spectacular equestrian facility just a short distance from the main house. The ten-stall stable offers a heated hall, an office and meeting area, nice tack room, and three run outs. Outside of the barn are three riding rings – two smaller ones (60’ and 50’) and a really attractive standard-size ring. All the riding rings have a very nice footing material. The paddocks and horse pastures are all attractively done with four-board fencing. Any horse enthusiast will love the equestrian scene at B&H.
Equipment Building – A large equipment building that is the central point for the farm’s operations is located next to the equestrian facility. It includes a hunting room, office, bathroom, large garage area, equipment shed and plenty of storage.
Caretaker’s House – A quaint but well-kept caretakers house sits just down the road from the main entrance
Deeded Acres: 399±
Total Acres: 399±
The annual property taxes for B&H are approximately $23,400.