This iconic contemporary style tri-level home is a shining example of organic architecture. Privately set back from the road and peeking through the trees, it blends harmoniously with the natural surroundings, reminiscent of a classic Frank Lloyd Wright home. Built on the eastern base of Thunder Mountain, the property backs to National Forest on two sides. There are four bedrooms, including a custom built log bunkroom that sleeps 8, and three baths. Two fireplaces warm the home's central solid concrete core providing heat that radiates through the whole house. All furnishings are included with Ralph Lauren leather sofa and chairs, and a custom log dining table with two benches made from a single tree. It's so easy to imagine yourself relaxing away an afternoon in the comfy window seat, watching the snowfall in Winter and wildflowers in Summer. With its solid construction and durability, this home would be very difficult to duplicate today. Over 300 square yards of poured concrete and 1' x 3' wood beams throughout, the structure is built with numerous features designed to withstand the harshest elements of the high Sierra. The ready to be finished garage space provides a protected storage area for firewood and recreational toys. Interior, there is a ski closet off the laundry room entry, and a large basement storage area too. The heavily reinforced cantilevered deck with see through steel cable railings provides the perfect open outdoor space to admire the mountains and forest. New Lochinvar boiler and water heater were installed within the last 3 years. Seasonal free ski shuttle service takes you right to the slopes!