CLE ELUM, Wash -- Many people dream of owning a little log cabin in the woods. But just outside Cle Elum, there's one for sale that's not so little. And beyond your wildest dreams.

"We are here at Tumble Creek Lodge, in Tumble Creek, which is a community inside on Suncadia." Said Brian Hopper of Sotheby’s International Realty.

You know this place is special the minute you drive up.

"Tumble Creek Lodge was uniquely built by many different types of wood. The hardwood floor is hemlock.
All the walls are naughty pine tongue and groove. All the support pillars in the home are actual logs that have been debarked, and still has their carved out bottom. The staircase is cedar risers wrapped around a 400-year-old tree that expands 30 feet in length."

The grandness continues throughout the home.

"The lobby is anchored by a two-story natural stone fireplace. It's kind of the center of the home, "Said Hopper.
"The kitchen is thoughtful designed. It features stainless steel appliances. The dining room is complemented with lodge style lighting and open up to an outdoor kitchen.'

The nearly 8000 square foot home has four bedrooms, all with a separate bath. One ensuite has an infinity bathtub to soak in.

But all the rooms pale in comparison to the master.

"So the master bedroom has its entire own floor. It's spacious it has its own sitting area inside. It's a place where the owner can retreat, within his own retreat," Said Hopper. "The master bathroom contains two vessel sinks. The master bath shower is incredible. It's an 11 head shower.”

Need a man cave? This cabin has one too.

"The lower level is created as a pure entertainment area for guest. There's a pool room, a wet bar."

In the huge home theater, you can either watch golf or take a few swings yourself on the virtual golf simulator.

But who wants to stay inside when there so much to do outside.

"The home is thoughtfully positioned around a 30 thousand gallon lagoon in the backyard. Featuring two 15 foot waterfalls and two streams that flow into the lagoon. Just off the lagoon is a hot tub and also a fire pit."

So who says life in the woods is tough? If you owned a place like this, you'll never hear the words "roughing it", ever again.