When you think of a Pacific Northwest mountain getaway, perhaps you think of an adorable A-frame or a modest Forest Service cabin. If we’re going top-shelf, maybe something with fully-functional appliances, a hot tub, and some giant view windows.
But then, there’s this: Leavenworth’s most opulent ski lodge has 10 bedrooms, marble countertops, chandeliers, two hot tubs, a large sauna, and duplicate kitchen appliances. It sleeps a whopping 45 people, because no lodge is too fancy for bunk beds, even if they are “luxury bunk beds.” Its current owners call it Omnia Mountain Lodge, and it fetches up to $2,500 per night on Airbnb.
The lodge was built in 2019, but from the front its grandiose look is more parkitechture than modern, saving the more economical panel siding for the back. The classic, upscale vibe continues inside, with a statement two-story stone fireplace in a wood-lined living area.
More contemporary details pop up throughout, like subway tiling in the kitchen, industrial-style iron trim, marbled bathrooms with walk-in showers. In the dining room, a long, live-edge table with matching benches—equal parts chic and the kind of rustic that is expensive—is at home with both looks.
Subtract the bougie bunkhouses and you have six bedrooms to work with, decorated in various outdoorsy motifs: While several continue the wood-grain lodge look, one swaps it for shiplap and another goes for a full-wall mural of a forest lake and a much-simpler cabin.
Even with 7,000 square feet, few people come to a lodge to stay inside the whole time. 1,200 square feet of decks extend the gathering space outdoors, sometimes with stunning mountain views. Out back, a large fire-pit area can seat at least 14 people around it, and an almost jarringly pristine lawn is surrounded by dense evergreen forest.
Listing Fast Facts
23336 Lake Wenatchee Highway
Size: 7,006 square feet on 2.22 acres, 10 bedroom/8 bath
List Date: 1/28/2021
List Price: $4,500,000
Listing Agent: Vlad Popach, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty