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Cabins

Little House With a Big Sky View

A cozy getaway provides a secluded family haven with bold style and breath-taking mountain-and-lake views.

From Historic Stable to Honeymooners’ Cabin

This couple transformed the dilapidated, century-old horse barn behind their restaurant into a rental cabin.

This Jackson Home Underwent an Artful Transformation

A creative couple and their design team transform a tired log home into a streamlined showplace for their artwork.

The Historic Julia Morgan Beach House in Tahoe

The prolific American architect designed this newly redecorated lakeside retreat, just steps from Tahoe’s pristine beaches.

Vote for Your Favorite Summit County Home!

Mountain Living invites you to take a look at each of the following 15 homes and then vote for your favorite!

Lake Living: A Southern Architect's Take

Architect Jeff Dungan grew up on a rural Alabama farm and is no stranger to living on the water.

2 Charming Historic Telluride Cottages

These reinvented turn-of-the-century gems add character to Telluride's desirable East Columbia Avenue.

A Cottage-Like Home on the Water

On a wooded waterfront with panoramic views of Whitefish Lake, a Montana builder and designer create their ultimate family home.

A Hideaway on the Shore of Flathead Lake

Architect Larry Pearson creates a personal idyll in Montana that's as sensitive to its waterfront site as it is to the views.

The Transformation of a 100-Year-Old Granary

A century-old granary becomes a charming guesthouse and a family legacy in the hands of a father-daughter duo.

Before: Old Cabins, After: Plush Retreats

It's hard to believe these luxurious mountain homes were once decades-old, dilapidated buildings.

2015 Home of the Year

A newly built family vacation residence in Ketchum, Idaho, deftly blends past and present with stylistic influences.
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