This is the main gate leading to the cabin. Notice the custom iron hanging sculpture entitled "Bright Star Ranch."
This view shows the phenomenal flagstone patio at the entrance to the cabin.
The stunning fireplace has large windows on each side. Note the open, lofted ceiling. The entire inside of this cabin is naturally finished woodwork.
This view of the Great Room shows the stairway to the loft rooms.
The gorgeous wood on the cabinet doors is custom-milled Alligator Juniper.
Notice that the door trim and the panel beside the refrigerator retains the natural shapes of the trees from which the woodwork came.
The kitchen has granite countertops, slate tile backsplash and cabinets made from custom-milled wood from native trees.
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The master bedroom has two large closets with knotty alder doors.
The master bath is on the main floor with the master bedroom
The loft and bedroom has exposed beams and rustic railings.
Notice the natural beamed ceilings throughout the cabin.
This is a photo of the upstairs bath.
This bathroom serves the loft and bedroom #2
Notice the beautiful pine floors throughout the cabin!
There are skylights in the loft and in bedroom #2
View from the deck looking easterly down Lion Canyon.
View to the southwest up Lion Canyon from the deck
This panoramic view is looking eastward down Lion Canyon.
This 7-acre lot includes some of the flat, open land showing in this photo.
Front view. There is a drive under,drive through garage/workshop.
Even the back of the cabin is beautiful!
Show off your beautiful flagstone patio! The other patio has a fire pit.
The stone mason who did the masonry and flagstone work was absolutely the BEST!
Possible carport as well as drive-under, drive-through garage/workshop.
The staircase is made from native wood and finished to show its natural beauty. The stair stringer is Arizona Cypress.
This stairway leads downstairs to the laundry room, garage and workshop.
These wild burros live nearby. Wasn't it nice for them to pose for me? The burrows are descendants of those left by miners in the area.
This door is made from Alligator Juniper which is native to northern Arizona.
There are nine oval pieces of ironwork built into the iron railings.