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. The 4000 square foot main house sits at the center of a family compound that consists of a cozy ranch style guest house and a historic log bunkhouse that was on the property when it was homesteaded in the early 1900’s. With roots to the region’s history this home was created to entertain and be a wonderful place to watch families and grandkids grow up and explore the beauty that the outdoors has to offer.
Architect: Miller-Roodell Architects
Photographer: Gordon Gregory Photography
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