25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn AB

This breathtaking home in Canada is $1.7 million and in the middle of nowhere

This is one of several new homes built at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. 

Just north of Morley, a group of architects have designed homes to incorporate history and nature into a innovative, contemporary and original design.

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABAnd wow did they do a spectacular job! 

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABThis home was conceived by award-winning architect James Cutler of Cutler Anderson Architects and is absolutely stunning.

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABThe cabin is the perfect get away from civilization with panoramic views of the mountains and the surrounding nature. 

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABThe interior is minimalist but luxurious with a combination of steel, glass and wood. 

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABThe cabin is small, with only one bedroom and two bathrooms, but all the necessities are there. 

25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn ABYou couldn't ask for a more serene and picture perfect retreat... that might be why they named this house just that, "The Retreat". 25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn AB

Specs 
Good For

Outdoor activities. There's wind sailing and ice sailing on Ghost Lake, skiing in the Rockies, skating and plenty of hiking.  25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn AB

Move On If

You don't want to be literally in the middle of nowhere. It is very isolated. 25 Carraig Ridge Rural Bighorn AB

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