A great retreat for couples looking for a rustic mountain setting.
Since we are located in the path of a local deer herd and elk herds, you will often see them traveling behind the cabin and hear the elk bugling at night.
Cozy interior with new queen bed, leather love-seat, and new carpet.
The cozy studio has a vaulted ceiling, antler chandelier over the dining table, flat screen TV (Showtime), free dependable Wi Fi, leather dining chairs, large closet & built-in dressers. This is one of three attached vacation units at "The Bunkhouse at Old Man Mountain".
It is family owned and operated; we are not a large condo complex. a living room with larger sofa, recliner, coffee table, please see our 2 other listings on this site, and on the other major vacation rental sites.
Most all of the dwellings around us are local cabins.
Take a trip to one of the original Vintage Estes Park Cabins, Located on the very desirable and Historic Virginia Drive.
Close to downtown, but still quiet and secluded, homes in the neighborhood are on large lots.
Across the street from the Fall River - a wildlife corridor for elk, deer, wild turkey, coyotes, bobcat, and an occasional bear. It is less than a mile to downtown Estes Park - a nice walk along the Fall River.
Knotty pine paneling has long been a staple of summer cottage/cabin construction and, the 1950s-1970s, was completely ubiquitous in even primary residences. But hey, rules are meant to be broken, and he has multi-millionaire clients to prove it.
Look around the web, and you’ll find tons of blog posts about why and how to paint over pine, but today we’ll go through when it’s appropriate to keep it and 3 ways to make the most of it. Color expert Kristie Barnett, the “Decorologist,” has even written a post about why men fear painting wood and why you should just go for it anyway. If you have this: Methinks you’ll want to consider other options. However, many summer cottages and cabins (as well as many homes from the 1950s onward — see Pam Kruber’s search for why the material was so prevalent here) are covered in pine that, while perhaps far less venerable than the above, still holds some emotional and traditional value. I can totally understand if you want to brighten and freshen it up, perhaps add a little comfort, but I’m sure there are few who would want to completely erase the character of the above by painting the whole thing white.
Only 3 mile from the Fall River entrance to Rocky Mtn. A great residential neighborhood, off the main street through town.