Log Home built in Bailey, Colorado

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This is the first log home that we built using logs from the hayman fire burn area. Matt and I went into a remote area and cut down 120 trees and dragged them out several miles for a logger to pick up. The whole operation took us 6 months and was done during the winter.

We then hand-peeled every single log with spudders to prepare them for building the walls. We used wood pulleys and rope to create a system to lift the logs and set them in place for the walls and the rest of the structure. We used SIPS on the roof because of the high insulative value and then metal roofing panels were put on top of those. Metal siding was used for the second story so that some extra maintanance could be avoided.

The house is located in Bailey, Colorado in the Elk Creek Highlands Subdivision on one acre of land.
It is 2400 square feet and has three bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, a five piece master bathroom, upstairs deck with wonderful mountain views, a large upstairs office, radiant floor heat, hardwood floors, woodstove, granite countertops, a covered porch, and much much more.

We finished the interior with bronze lights and fixtures and granite countertops were put in the kitchen. The living room and the entire upstairs is wood flooring, the rest of the house is tile. The master bathroom has a jacuzzi tub as well as a walk in tiled shower. All of the bedrooms are large and have large closets with custom shelving.

The upper deck has doors from the master bedroom as well as the office. The views are just amazing.

This house took over 2 years to build and it was labor of love. It is now a piece of history and the only house built with materials from the hayman fire. We have named it the "Hayman Lodge" and we currently have it rented.

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