Washington’s majestic Mt. Si wraps itself around you from the roaring firesides and exhilarating terraces of Rockwood Farm. Minutes from the quaint town of North Bend, the country gentleman’s farm has been called the epitome of quiet western elegance. And for good reason. The massive log-and-stone kingdom sprawls across 50 acres along 900 feet of riverfront, creating a paradise for sheep, cattle, llamas, and other animals. Over 17,000 square feet of soaring space, 14,400 of which are in the main house, bestow every conceivable comfort for fashionable yet relaxed play. Hand-carved doors from Aspen depicting animal scenes set a stage of serendipitous wonder that only accelerates as you move from room to room. Added to the glow of the honey-colored handcrafted logs are marble, granite, and glass gathered from around the world. A sunken living room with floor-to-ceiling sandstone fireplace, a baronial log den and family room with river rock fireplaces, a French-doored formal dining room with Venini chandelier, a master suite with spa bathrooms and 31-foot-long backlit glass-doored wardrobes, a dreamy indoor pool lounge showcased in glass—not to mention the wildflower-strewn meadows, regal gardens, fly fishing pond, and river teeming with granddaddy trout—all herald a hearty and heartwarming Old West welcome home.