Consisting of 26,000-square-feet of interior space, Granot Loma is considered to be the largest handcrafted log cabin ever built, and it's now on the market. For a $20 million price tag, here's what the next homeowners will bask in:
The main lodge and other 13 buildings were created by more than 400 craftsmen in the early 1920s for late financier Louis G. Kaufman. At its completion in 1923, the cost of the home's construction exceeded $5 million.
Inside the lodge are 25 fireplaces, 23 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and an enormous industrial kitchen that's modeled after the White House kitchen. Homeowners can enjoy amazing morning views from the solarium breakfast nook, which sits just inches from the waves. With 50 rooms total, additional amenities also include a game room, card room, media room, workout room.
Located on the shores of Lake Superior, the 415-acre property offers spectacular visibility of the Northern Lights. There is more than 5,000 feet of shore line frontage, a farm, and private harbor.
See the one-of-a-kind, taxidermy-filled lodge for yourself: