Wonderfully rustic house designed for family gatherings, it will take you back to your youthful outings to the country. Large living and dining rooms feature beamed ceilings, a large stone fireplace and a birch tree bannister. This home has been in the family since the 1940's. Originally a barn, it was converted into a hunting lodge at the turn of the 20th century, then was returned once again into a family residence. Today it retains its rustic charm with some of the original hand-hewn barn beams and views of either the reservoir or the mountains from just about every room in the house. In addition, there is a seasonal 3-bedroom, 1-bath guest house, complete with kitchen. This building has heat and could be further winterized for year-round use. The Association road fee is $10,000 annually. Invitation to join the Tonche Association (with a $3000 annual fee) allows access to about 1000 acres of Association land which includes access to the Kenozia Lake boathouse, the Pitcairn swimming hole and the ToncheTower.