Buildings are located at the western end of the ranch along Warm Springs Creek and include the following:
7,335± square feet, painstakingly restored, two-story log building with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, large commercial kitchen, two stone fireplaces, dining room, living room, den/office, geothermal radiant heat, river and mountain views.
1,825± square feet with three bedrooms, one full and two half baths, wood-burning fireplace, exposed beam ceiling, large deck space.
2,045± square feet with two bedrooms, one bath, and extensive deck space. Perched on a bluff directly above Warm Springs Creek.
Free-Standing, Professional Level Recording Studio
Includes a guest apartment on the second floor with a kitchenette and a bathroom with a sink and a stone shower.
Eight Historic, Seasonal Log Cabins
Used for additional living space and ranch storage.
Hot Water Pool Complex
Encompasses a large swimming pool, smaller soaking pool, and indoor changing and shower room. This is a beautiful area designed with native stone and vegetation using the ranch’s geothermal hot water springs to create a year-round spa/recreational complex. The water temperature is approximately 135 degrees at the springs’ source and approximately 108 degrees in the pools.
Horse Barn & Historic Ranch Buildings
Located on an irrigated bench west of Warm Springs Creek is a new horse barn with six stalls and frost-free water for livestock and historic ranch buildings used for equipment storage.
There is one well that provides potable water at the ranch compound and a second well at the horse barn that provides stock water. Septic tanks and drain fields provide sewage disposal. Utilities are underground with services comprising electricity, multiple phone lines, DSL, and satellite TV. The main lodge has security and smoke detection systems.