West Creek Ranch

Comprised of four scenic parcels stretching across nearly 7,000 acres and two states, West Creek Ranch is far from just a house. While the home itself is impressive, with eight bedrooms, eight baths, over 22,000 square feet of indoor living space, another 3,500 square feet of covered verandas, a pool, and more, it's the total of the amenities set against the backdrop of wildlife and natural formations that truly set it apart. The property includes rock cliff walls of Colorado's Unaweep Canyon and expansive high plateau country with outstanding views of the La Sal Mountains of Utah. Also on site are a bear and mountain lion habitat, a guest house, a cabin, the historic ruins of Driggs Mansion, a helipad, an airstrip, various petroglyphs, and dinosaur footprints. Former owner Discovery Communications founder John Hendricks' love of space can also be found in the observatory, which has a professional-grade 20" Meade Telescope and rotating copper dome.

  • GO Home

    Combining prefab convenience with eco-friendly features, the GO Home is ideal for a broad range of applications. You can choose from ten designs, ranging from 600 to 2,500 square feet, all with a modern New England feel that pays homage to the company's roots in Maine. There are also a wide variety of cladding options, from corrugated steel to charred cedar planks, and the homes incorporate features like solar panels, heat recovery ventilation systems, and triple-glazed windows to be as easy on the environment as possible. The building process takes just weeks, as the walls and panels arrive ready to be attached to the company's patented, well-insulated foundation.

  • The North Face Founder's Patagonian Farm

    Situated between the Renihue and Negro rivers in southern Chile, The North Face Founder's Patagonian Farm is an adventurer's retreat. The property is part of conservationist and businessman Doug Tompkins' Conservation Land Trust and consists of 1,750 acres. Its waterfront setting allows for fly fishing and kayaking, while the Valdivian rainforest offers bird watchers a variety of exotic species. Accommodations include a restored five-bedroom main house with a gourmet kitchen to prepare farm to table fare from the two organic gardens and three wood-stove heated greenhouses, as well as a guest house, farmhand housing, management offices, repair shops, and airstrip. Along with views of forests, mountains, and rivers, the farm also offers glimpses of the neighboring Pumalin Park Sanctuary's Michimahuida Volcano.

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