The main ranch house was first built in 1809 but has since been totally rebuilt, expanded and updated. It now boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a large commercial kitchen, a beautiful patio, and meticulously maintained gardens. It has been under the Riven family name for generations.
The first meeting between Sawyer and Trace takes place in the very pristine Riven Creek Ranch kitchen. Trace is familiar with the kitchen itself but was never made to do chores in it. Cooking and cleaning were not his thing. However, Sawyer is all about making his ranch hands as comfortable and happy as possible and that means big breakfasts and healthy lunches. Since it’s the only kitchen in the main ranch house, Sawyer definitely frowned on the fact Trace accidentally tried to burn it down.
The main barn is a masterpiece of perfection. Sawyer is meticulous when it comes to preserving the immaculate interior and exterior so the horses have the best possible living quarters in order to foal.
Sawyer’s manager’s cabin is also under the wing of perfect upkeep. Even though Sawyer finds himself really only sleeping here, it still reflects Sawyer’s dedication to detail and his management style of the ranch. He is not about to allow there to be any flaws in things easily managed.
The Riven Creek Main
A living room in the Main House