Marked by warm hues and wooden finishes, these five extraordinary rustic homes for sale—from a tranquil estate in California, to an equestrian’s paradise in Washington—offer the finest in country living.
Resting on half an acre on the site of the Old Lawrence Hot Springs Spa, this serene retreat is enveloped by vineyards and an organic farm.
Now asking $4.4 million, the 5,000-square-foot home features four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, fusing rustic modern architecture with elegant traditional finishes. Out back lies a shed that serves as a wine cellar, along with a covered pavilion situated beside a pool and lounge area.
This oversized log lodge—now priced at $2.495 million—features four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, not including the one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse situated over its garage.
A cozy mix of wood, brick, and stone, the property boasts three fireplaces and heated terraces that overlook a large pond and waterfall.
Sited directly on the Aspen Championship Golf Course overlooking Pyramid Peak, this 5,549-square-foot home—on the market for $5.495 million—features five bedrooms and five baths.
Apart from a great room and formal dining area on its top floor, the house has a large family room with a wet bar, a wine room, a theater, and a roomy outdoor porch with a fireplace.
This income-generating, turn-key equestrian estate in New Jersey—sited on over 97 acres just 25 minutes away from New York City—showcases a custom-built main house with three bedrooms and four baths, along with two fireplaces.
Now asking $2.475 million, the property includes a barn with 27 matted stalls; a climate-controlled tack room; an attached indoor arena on top of an outdoor arena; a jumping field; 16 paddocks; and several fenced and open fields. A sportsman’s paradise, the lush estate offers a slew of equine activities, plus skeet-shooting, kayaking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.
Positioned on over 168 acres of beautifully landscaped land near Anacortes, WA, this massive compound—now tagged at $19 million—features a 21,764-square-foot main house with eight bedrooms and 11 baths.
Other features of the bucolic spread—presently used as a rentable wedding venue by its current owners—include a private chapel, barbecue pavilion, and stables.