The master bedroom is on the East side of the house. There are double solid pine doors to enter through. Above these doors is a western piece of art done in glass and metal to let the natural light through. This Glass Fixture is set in pine molding. The same artist, Ian Sheldon also did Original Glass Hand Painted Art that is installed above each of the bathroom doorways, again so natural light comes through. These scenes are painted on the glass and are of the Porcupine Hills. Two large windows let in lots of light, one facing the East so you can keep an eye on your horses, and one in South with a mountain view.
The Master bathroom has a cabinet style sink, European toilet and a sit down fully enclosed shower complete with body spray nozzles, steam and hand shower. Ceramic tile is on the floor in both bathrooms, and the front and back entrance.
The front entrance has double doors with a 1 x 6 foot window across the top of them. The handles are decorative heavy black metal. Once outside you are on a large wrap around covered porch, 30 x 10 feet on both the East and the West side and 70 x 10 feet across the front. The porch is exposed aggregate, and has new timbers, giving it a western look. The front yard has sod, and under that is the septic bed.
The ranch has several buildings. The house/arena/barn combination, a three bay shop, a hay shed, six horse shelter and turn out runs, a well house, and an included fuel stand for gasoline and diesel.
There is a second residence perfect for your company, family or trainer and family. It is 850 square feet full of character with a full basement.
The land was seeded to hay in 2006 and has been producing excellent crops since then. There is farmland on all sides of this ranch.
There are several areas to turn out horses. One large paddock has an automatic drinker. The other two paddocks are accessible to the well house and electricity to keep drinkers from freezing.
There are two pens for cattle; an automatic drinker is in the middle of the pens so cattle can access it on either side. They can feed right at the hay-shed through feeding panels. Both the cattle and the horses have wind fence surrounding them and the North end of the arena gives them great shelter.
Electricity has been run from the main barn to an area cleared for a horse exerciser.
Main barn has 5 new galvalume 12 x 10 Hi box stalls with t&g fir, automatic drinkers and a large wash bay and two overhead doors. One to take you outside and one to take you into the riding arena.
There is an oval fenced outdoor riding arena with a holding pen for cattle.
The well house has a brand new pump!
Please inquire via email to email@example.com or call (403) 652-6050 and ask for Greg or (403) 336-1313 and ask for Lynda.