Holder of four Grammys and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Carole King composed her Idaho chronicle of the Old West to the tune of a western ranch—a triumph of living naturally in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. An hour north of Sun Valley, Idaho, the legendary musician created her peaceable kingdom on 128 majestic acres at the mouth of Warm Springs Creek in the Salmon River country surrounded by national forest. A central and captivating baronial log lodge of 7,300 square feet with orchestrated settings of wood and stone and dramatic windows framing mountain panoramas to perfection is further complemented with equestrian facilities, a swimming pool, and two geothermal pools. Guests are welcomed western-style to enjoy several charmingly sequestered guest cabins. King’s professional recording studio is a musician’s dream, offering an inspired creative oasis with expansive views. A creekside hideaway, caretaker’s home, and multiple guest cottages also share the exalted surroundings.