This 1,600-square-foot bunkhouse in Ennis, Mont., is designed to be a welcoming retreat for family and friends to stay. It features three bedrooms and three baths and mimics the style of the main house.
With 545 acres, this Montana home, owned by former Metallic bassist Jason Newsted, was built in 2006 and has 360-degree views of the Bitterroot Range. The almost $5-million home was designed as a seasonal retreat with spacious bedroom, living areas and a chef's kitchen. Custom touches, like stained glass windows and exquisite woodwork are hallmarks of the home with a nod to rock star status in a one-of-a-kind sunburst wood design made entirely from wood from the Gibson guitar factory.
Just two-and-a-half miles away from Big Sky's Town Center, this $4.8-million home sits on 22 acres of gently rolling hills surrounded by old growth trees. The 7,500-square-foot home has beautiful views of Lone Peak and Yellowstone National Park, and the property lines the Lone Mountain Ranch, where guests can hike, horseback ride and cross-country ski.
This sprawling 158-acre estate is located a mere 15-minute drive from the vibrant downtown of Bozeman, Mont. The 3,700-square-foot home was designed by renowned architect Jonathan Foote and combines stone and reclaimed hand-hewn timbers in a way that reflects the land and history of the property. Sitting at the base of the Bridger Mountains, the $5.9 million home offers wonderful privacy for the homeowners and is a haven for wildlife.
No matter the season, Lone Peak makes for a jaw-dropping backdrop to this almost $10-million home. Made for enjoying the sun or cozying up next to a fire, the home features over 2,500 square feet of outdoor living space and nearly 7,000 square feet of interiors. The chef-ready kitchen is truly the heart of the home with high-end appliances, each of the four bedrooms has its own bathroom.
Plan the perfect ski getaway with family and friends. Sitting on the edge of a ski run on Lone Mountain in Big Sky, Montana’s Moonlight Basin community, this $7.5 million custom timber home has almost 7,000 square feet of living space, including seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Two massive stone fireplaces span all three stories of the home for an eye-catching defining feature,
Nestled in Big Sky, Mont., the contemporary meets rustic home is designed for homeowners who love to entertain. The house is set up to create an open and casual atmosphere with a strong connection to the outdoors. The living room features sliding doors that open directly to the patio and yard, creating a seamless transition between indoors and out.
This Big Sky, Mont., house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.
The contemporary kitchen overlooks an open floor plan living area with dining and seating areas. For a streamlined look, built ins are set into the main wall, housing all electronics, the fireplace and shelving. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls take full advantage of the Big Sky, Mont., views.
Set in Big Sky, Mont., this home is specifically designed to withstand both extremes of the temperature spectrum. Additionally, the house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. The two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.
The River Bank House sits along the Gallatin River just outside Big Sky, Mont. The house is designed to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard. A glass front doors allows a peek of the beautiful contemporary design inside.
This Big Sky, Mont., house is oriented toward the best view of the river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over the living room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient in the winter.