Los Cielos Ranch is a luxury recreational retreat.
The main structure is a log lodge design. It was built with timbers brought from British Columbia. This home has a very private setting with exceptional views to the west ranging from Pecos Wilderness to the Wheeler Peak Wilderness. It also has a great view of Black Lake where the mini-series Lonesome Dove was filmed. It has multiple living areas including the entry living area with massive vaulted ceilings highlighted with spectacular views and two rock fireplaces.
The gourmet kitchen has sub-zero appliances, granite countertops, working island and access to a large pantry area. It also has a sitting area with its own fireplace.
The main house has three bedrooms, three full baths and two half baths. All the bedrooms have in-suite bathrooms. There is also a separate one bedroom, one bath apartment above the three-car garage. The master suite has a huge vaulted ceiling, fireplace and a private patio accessed from the bedroom or bath. The master bath has two vanities, center island with drawers, soaking tub and shower with access to spacious “His and Hers” walk-in closets.
The seven fireplaces located within the main house are all masonry construction with gas available to each for wood fire starting or conversion to gas burning fires. 4 Other rooms in the main house include two office areas, wine cellar with tasting area, workout area, private storage, maintenance storage areas on the lower level and air-lock service entry for apartment, garage and main house.