Dragons, battles, and daring adventures. The beauty of fantasy novels is that they can take you to other worlds, but what if you could live in another realm every day? Well, Oregon artist and house developer Ed Bemis managed to make that possible.
Tucked away in the foothills of Ashland, Oregon, sits Shining Hand Ranch, a whimsical home that is so detailed it is fit for royalty from your favorite book.
This dream home was custom-created by local artists and incorporated eco-friendly features. The space is heated and cooled with geothermal energy with a solar-heated pool. Intricate, hand-made pieces are the cornerstone of what makes this home unique.
Bemis spent 1 1/2 years alone carving the Brazilian mahogany arched front door. The 8,881-square-foot property spans across 706-acres, enough room to keep your dragon on. A&D has your virtual photo tour of Shining Hand below, and if you have $7,600,000 to spare, all of this could be yours!
Welcome to the mystical kingdom of Shining Hand Ranch
It was custom designed with the help of multiple local designers
It took artist Ed Bemis 1 1/2 years to carve this intricate door
It’s all in the details; maple and cherry floors give the illusion of a flowing stream
This elaborate staircase was carved from manzanita branches (indigenous tree)
Artists incorporated lots of native imagery into the design details
Fire And Ice style mosaic dragons are one of the most intricate house features
The bathroom is decked out with blue Van Gogh granite
Large open windows look out onto Mount Ashland, Taowhywee Point, Wagner Butte, Mount Shasta, and Pilot Roc
Geothermal energy heats the pool, housed in a separate building
Would you live here with your dragons?
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