Fall in love with a modern-rustic house made of 200-year-old barn wood that gazes north to the Teton range across a preserved land corridor that will make you feel like it’s all yours. Walk in to the two-story great room, where twin wood-burning stone fireplaces flank a comfortable sitting area, including the dining table. Above, a bridge connects two halves of the upper floor. Two massive twig chandeliers under rough-hewn antique barn beams provide warm ambiance. Ahead, the Tetons loom before you out the two-story view windows. Beside the great room, the kitchen houses a four-burner gas range. Unique hardwood island and counters complement the home’s aesthetic and internal glow. A library with a fireplace, game table and walls of wooden bookshelves also occupies the main floor. You’ll find a well-equipped office on the second floor in case you need to get things done while getting away. A king four-poster bed spread with a handmade quilt will make your nights more comfortable. If you’d rather enjoy a cozy evening reading by the radiating warmth of a gas fireplace and gentle ticking of a grandfather clock, a soft leather armchair and ottoman await to embrace you. The master bath offers a splendid three-headed rainfall shower, a jetted tub and double sinks for a spa-like experience. Three guest bedrooms and a sleeping loft round out the main house. Two have queen beds and private baths. The loft that was once used for hay storage now offers a place to hit the hay instead. Twin beds, a pull-out couch, and a television make this area a favorite place to stash youngsters. As if antique barnwood wasn’t enough to mesh old and new, a footpath from Prairie’s End leads to a charming and romantic 1850s one-bedroom guest cabin transported from West Virginia. Despite its age, it’s up-to-date with a full bath upstairs and a sitting area and kitchen by a wood stove downstairs.