At the end of a dusty dirt road and in the shadows of the Grand Tetons, sits this majestic 10,000 square foot home. Hidden by nature, Linn Ranch is an example of medieval inspired craftsmanship. The home is enclosed with reclaimed stone from Montana, reclaimed timber trusses, as well as reclaimed timber posts and beams. Beautiful and rare reclaimed chestnut floors, cabinets and doors help give you a sense that you are walking down the halls of a 15th century castle. The house itself sits in the middle of a pond, complete with a wooden walkway to the front door. Retractable Italian windows allow natural light and a cool Wyoming breeze to flow effortlessly throughout the rooms. Neighbors to this castle are often native wildlife to the area.
From Wastelands to Wetlands
Linn Ranch was built on a site once ravaged and forgotten by time. It was a gravel pit, a saw mill, and a junk yard – an eye sore if you will. However, the homeowner saw extraordinary potential in what was arguably a wasteland. Wetlands and ponds were all reconstructed from the lost tributaries and springs of the Snake River. These wetlands and ponds have since become a thriving ecosystem for native species to Wyoming.