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Restoration of the historic lodge involved jacking up the structure about 1.5 feet and hand digging and pouring a new foundation. Crawl spaces were also excavated manually for the installation of plumbing and HVAC. Allen Kennedy Photography

The Evans Cabin (now a single family home) counts among the site's restored structures. Meticulous photo documentation during the pre-construction phase ensured that every stone, log, beam, and window was replaced with historic accuracy. Original salvaged materials were reused wherever possible. Allen Kennedy Photography

Fireplaces were dismantled one stone at a time and then reassembled around new stainless steel flues and damper systems. Allen Kennedy Photography

Views of the Evans Cabin kitchen. Allen Kennedy Photography

Views of the Evans Cabin kitchen. Allen Kennedy Photography

New homes built in the same rustic style ' with stone, larch, cedar and lodgepole pine ' range from 3,800 to 6,300 square feet with prices ranging from $2 million (unfurnished) to $7 million (fully furnished). Allen Kennedy Photography

The community grounds are held in common, with association fees of $15,000 per year. Allen Kennedy Photography

Historic quirks make many of the restored cabins especially interesting. One, for example, features a root cellar (converted into a wine cellar) with a bank vault door that was originally used to store alcohol during Prohibition. Allen Kennedy Photography

Situated on the shores of Swan Lake, the community also offers private boat slips. Allen Kennedy Photography

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