The Ranch House Rooms


The ranch house was first built in 1894 as a “Four Square” a typical floor plan for this era.

The house was fully renovated in 2011 from a dilapidated condition to its now professionally designed rustic elegance. It includes three bedrooms with private baths, a sitting area known as the Teddy Roosevelt Room, and a dining room. The kitchen and laundry are private areas for the owners. A new large covered front porch provides shelter from the summer sun and spectacular views of snow-capped Comanche Peak. The best part of the day is enjoying cocktails while surrounded by vibrant colorful sunsets. Hues of fiery oranges and deep water turquoise skies are offset by puffy white clouds sculpted by the wind.

Teddy Roosevelt Room

Named after Teddy Roosevelt our 26th president, known as the rough riding President, this room exudes a masculine aura. With a pool table, poker area, and rock fireplace the room is perfect for enjoying an evening of gaming or chatting by the fire. There is a complete set of leather bound Louie L'amoure novels for your reading pleasure.


Sundance Room

Located on the second level, the Sundance Room is accented with western hats and cowboy art and memorabilia.

Drift off to sleep in your comfy queen sized bed with views of red cliff along the river and a European inspired private balcony. The private bathroom has an antique claw foot shower/bath, and a crystal chandelier.


Pendleton Room

The Pendleton Room has a first level location with adjacent elegant bath, complete with antique claw foot soaking tub and raised marble sinks. After a day of activity in the beautiful countryside, relax in a romantic room setting.

Snuggle into your queen size canopy bed and enjoy the warmth of the free standing stove or enjoy the views thru the double French glass doors which open out to a quiet courtyard filled with fruit trees and a lovely fountain.


Nighthawk Room

The Nighthawk Room is a spiritual experience accessorized with Indian artifacts and a queen sized canopy bed. It has a private sitting area behind sliding French doors where you can write a few notes on an antique desk, or enjoy a great book in a soft leather chair.

Enjoy cocktails on your own private balcony as you watch the sunset over the Western Mountains or enjoy using binoculars to follow the deer as they travel to the river for an evening drink. There is an adjacent bath with a shower.


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