Square Footage: 5,000
Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4 full, 1 half
Log Provider: Kalispell Montana Log Homes
1: The writing nook on the upper level features one of several custom-designed antler lights — including elk and several species of deer — with a polo-antiqued finish by Jeff White of Little Big Horns.
2: The first two stairs leading up the staircase were chiseled from large slabs of moss rock weighing more than two thousand pounds. The steps transition to reclaimed beams with custom-milled oak treads. This creates durability which stands up to wear and tear from ski boots during the winter.
3: The interior walls in the home, like the ones found here in the master bedroom, are full-log walls — not framing with log siding. Some are shaved to incorporate drywall elements or create a recessed nook where the cabinets transition to the surrounding log walls.
4 & 5: The walls on the lower level are real stone veneer that extends to the wet bar tucked beneath the stairs. The bar has the same Herbeau oil-rubbed bronze faucets found in the kitchen and a hand-forged metal bar top. The unique character logs found throughout the Bersins’ home give this large residence unparalleled charm.