Lost in the Woods is an outstanding retreat for a family gathering or reunion of friends. Open, sunny rooms flow into each other with effortless elegance; intimate spaces encourage conversation, all of it suffused with the golden glow of natural A vaulted Great Room stands at the center of the house, a welcoming and fire-lit crowd-pleaser at the end of a lively day. There is a hand-built stone fireplace, built-in cupboards and a flat screen television. French doors in the kitchen open to a dining porch, the wonderful outdoor fireplace and the forest beyond; a big, walk-in pantry is just beyond the fridge. There are 7 large, welcoming bedrooms; the carpeted master suite is on the entry level, just off the Great Room. It’s a spacious room with a traditional Western feel. A big, hand-hewn bed stands in the center, piled with pillows. Tables and reading lamps flank the bed. In the master bathroom, a deep, jetted tub and double sinks have dark polished stone surround; there is a separate walk-in shower. Upstairs, two large, light-filled bedrooms have striking, custom-made wood beds and private bathrooms, each with a walk-in shower. Between the two is a charming bedroom with two full beds, a big window and a deeply sloping beamed ceiling, a three-bears kind of place. A full bath is just outside, off the hallway. The bottom floor of Lost in the Woods is hang-out central. The foot of the stairs arrives at a big open game room, with a crescent-shaped bar, plenty of barstools, and a full-size pool table; punched tin pendant lights add a bit of rustic dazzle. A trio of dark and handsome leather sofas faces a huge flat-screen television and just behind a sliding barn door is a home theater, with a long, low-slung sectional couch, a movie screen and state-of-the-art sound system. Two bedrooms stand off the game room. The first has a big, cloud-soft bed topped with crisp cotton; the second has two hewn-wood twin beds, and a bathroom just off to the side.