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Bighorn 2 Cabin Exterior
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Rendezvous Product Spotlight: Bighorn Cabins

By: Tyler Macleod

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One of the staple products in the Rendezvous line of homes, and consequently a resident favorite, the Bighorn Cabins exemplify the community’s brand of high-end living within a truly authentic Colorado living experience. Designed around a sprawling, wide-open floor plan, the Bighorn Cabins offer expansive living areas both inside and out, and are exceptional options for larger and even multi-generational families looking for a mountain getaway. But act fast, as there is currently only one spot that remains for your chance at this authentic Colorado living experience.




Starting from the mid $800s, Rendezvous has offered both the Bighorn I and Bighorn II options. Bighorn I is built around a wide-open floor plan, which includes a master suite located on the main floor. An open stairway leads to the second, walkout level floor, and even includes options for adding on an additional master suite. On the walkout floor, residents will be pleased to find a large-sized family room perfect for entertaining family and friends of all ages, in addition to multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Regardless of which floor residents find themselves on, they will be happy to use the outdoor living areas located on each, which offer breathtaking views of the surrounding Fraser Valley.

Bighorn Cabins Kitchen
Bighorn Cabins Kitchen

The Bighorn II option also features a similar wide-open floor plan with a massive great room in addition to a master suite located on the main floor. However, the walkout level is the real crown jewel of this option. With another large family room, additional bedrooms and bathrooms and even the inclusion of a game room, this section of the house is sure to be a popular hangout for everyone. Like the Bighorn I, this design also includes deck/outdoor living area on both floors, meaning that residents can enjoy stepping outside for a mountainous sunrise or sunset no matter where they are standing. The Bighorn II also offers options to add a deck off of the dining room and to expand the size of the front porch.

Regardless of design – Bighorn I or Bighorn II – both plans feature a detached, two-car garage to protect both his and her car from the elements in addition to offering ample storage space for all of the outdoor recreation gear.




Bighorn 2 Greatroom and Dinning
Bighorn 2 Greatroom and Dinning

Currently, Rendezvous has just one site left to build a Bighorn II Cabin, so be sure to act fast, as this opportunity is sure to not last long. The available Lot 108 will give the lucky residents a chance to build their very own Bighorn II Cabin, featuring 3,485 finished square feet that will include four bedrooms (of which two are master suites!) and three and a half bathrooms. With two separate decks, two separate fireplaces (one in the main-level great room and one in the walkout floor family room) and in-floor radiant heat, your Bighorn II Cabin will be warm and cozy from Summer through Winter.

For your chance to own this once-in-a-lifetime living opportunity in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, be sure to stop by the Rendezvous Sales Office today, or learn more by visiting online at RendezousColorado.Com

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Main Level Greatroom
Main Level Greatroom

Visit Rendezvous’s Sales Center:
77795 US Highway 40
Winter Park, CO 80482

Hours: Mon-Sat 10pm-5pm Sun: 11am-4pm
Call: 970.726.5177
Email: Anne Burks: [email protected]

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Tyler Macleod

Tyler Macleod
An East Coast transplant, Tyler grew up just north of Baltimore, Md., where he studied Journalism and New Media at nearby Towson University. He moved to Grand County in the fall of 2011, and aside from a brief stint in Bozeman, Mont., has called the Fraser Valley home ever since. Currently, he is a freelance writer and photographer who spends the majority of his free time snowboarding, cycling, and hanging out at the local skatepark.

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