Kingfisher Ranch is a large mountain ranch, with a spectacular mountain home that is a blend of rustic and contemporary. The home was built in 2017, and is a true architectural masterpiece designed by Michael Upwall of Upwall Designs, perhaps the region's most renowned architect specializing in the "high-art" of the new mountain design movement. The home is sited on the edge of a mountain-top plateau, in the heart of the ranch's nearly four thousands acres of private land, with 360 degree views that are literally unending. With year-round access, and the short drive time to nearby Huntsville for services and dining, and two nearby ski resorts, this ranch offers the perfect combination of high-mountain privacy without remoteness. The ranch itself consists of beautiful mountain lands complimented by strong stands of aspen and pine surrounding large open parks atop a topographically rare 7,200 foot elevation mountain plateau. With no hunting having occurred since 2013, the Kingfisher Ranch is an absolute wildlife sanctuary for moose, elk and mule deer, amongst many other small game animals and birds that call this place home.