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Named for the two rivers that join on this beautiful and wild property, this house embodies a spirit of the West, from the rawhide wrapped dry bar to the stone flooring to the distressed woodwork. The historic rock structure was brought to the building site for this very purpose of creating a foundation for this gorgeous home.
Mimicking the wild, open spaces of the West, this house minimizes the use of interior walls to create an open floor plan. Extensive windows also aid in erasing the barrier between the house and the outdoors.
Antique wide-plank pine floors and solid rock give a timelessness to this home, while subtle contemporary touches found throughout ensure that it stays modern. The beauty is in the detailed, custom work, from the intricately ribbed ceiling to the asymmetrical tear drop lights hanging over the wooden slab dining room table. Perfect for entertaining, it’s certainly a retreat from the wider world.