Yellowstone Traditions

Projects

Yellowstone Traditions is a team of builders whose experience and expertise elevate every stage of the construction process. Uniting time-honored building methods with intelligent innovation, we contribute to the western landscape with structures that possess integrity, authenticity, and a strong relationship to the land.

Sportsman's Paradise
Residential

Nestled into the foothills along the bank of the Beaverhead River sits this fabulous 8,000 square foot structure that literally opens its back doors to unlimited fishing and hunting opportunities.
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IMR Ranch
Residential

As unique as the stunning Wyoming landscape surrounding, this custom home is the result of a successful partnership between wonderful clients, Lake Flato Architecture of San Antonio, Texas and Yellowstone Traditions. The goal was to create a home that met the client’s vision of a clean modern design that fit in with their sustainable ranching and land use practices.
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Teton Valley Residence
Residential

This fully custom mountain residence is tucked in a very private location in the shadow of the Tetons. From the beginning of the project, the owners were very thoughtful in their need for a highly functional family retreat and they assembled a great team to deliver the project.
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Private Retreat
Residential

Due to its remote location, we spent five building seasons creating this extraordinary private retreat tucked away on an isolated site. Working with drawings by Walker-Warner Architects of San Francisco, we built a compound that coexists beautifully with its rugged natural setting and will be enjoyed for generations to come.
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Bridger Residence
Residential

This 5,600 square foot custom residence is the product of a successful project team consisting of wonderful clients, Miller | Roodell Architects, Laura Fedro Interiors, and Yellowstone Traditions.
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Dancing Hearts
Residential

Working with plans drawn by Pearson Design Group in Bozeman, Montana, we carved into a hillside and anchored this innovative structure into rock, creating a home that truly merges with the landscape it inhabits.
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East Gallatin Preserve
Residential

In collaboration with Swaback Partners of Scottsdale, Arizona, we built the cabin of this riverbank homestead to include a gallery-style kitchen, upstairs loft, and master bath with access to an outdoor shower.
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Cottonwood Bench
Residential

With Miller | Roodell Architects we preserved the historic integrity of this central Montana property and its seven structures. Retaining the original building materials, we transformed the granary into a guesthouse and the barn into a gathering hall.
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Big Sky Residence
Residential

We captured the spirit of Yellowstone National Park in this nearly 8,000-square-foot home designed by Miller | Roodell Architects. Incorporating indigenous stone and standing dead lodge pole pine sourced from the site, the structure features a cutting-edge rooftop sprinkler system for protection from fires.
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Mid-West Ranch
Residential

A main house, two guesthouses, garage, arena, and stables comprise this 175,000-acre mid-west ranch. Hand-hewn timbers, aged wood, dry stack masonry stone arches, rusted metal, and antique stone pavers all reflect an authentic western spirit, while a Chinese multi-colored slate roof lends refreshing eclecticism to the property, conceived in collaboration with Dave Lyon Architects.
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Mountain Camp
Residential

This Montana compound consists of a main house, two guest cabins, a gaming hall, and pavilion.
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West Fork Camp
Residential

The West Fork Camp embodies quintessential YT-style construction. In collaboration with Bozeman’s Pearson Design Group, we built all five of its structures using traditional methods and regional materials like Lodgepole pine and Harlowtown fieldstone.
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Big Hole Residence
Residential

Picture the mountains and a cottonwood river bottom as your canvas. This home sits in harmony with what the clients fell in love with! Working with Miller-Roodell Architects the team created a wonderful oasis that captures the reason why Montana is known for its Big Sky.
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