Historic cabin tucked in the breath taking West Boulder Valley. Sweeping views of the West Boulder Valley and up into the mountains.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: This lovingly restored log cabin is tucked away in the West Boulder River valley south of Big Timber. You're just minutes from fishing access on the West Boulder River as well as great hiking in the Absaroka Mountains. It’s a tranquil, comfortable retreat in the heart of some of Montana's prettiest country!
BEDROOMS AND BATHS: There are two bedrooms in this cabin. The main bedroom has a bunk bed with a double on bottom and twin on top. This bedroom has an updated bathroom with double sinks and a shower with a rainwater shower head. The second bedroom has two twins and another bathroom.
KITCHEN & DINING: This kitchen is very basic. There is a mid sized refrigerator but it should hold plenty of food for your small group. An antique stove sits next to a small gas oven and range. The kitchen is complete with a coffee maker, convection/toaster oven, and microwave. There is no dishwasher. There is a table with seating for two in the great room and additional space on the enclosed front porch. If the weather is nice, we bet you'll be enjoying your meals at the small bistro set in the yard to take in the scenery.
GREAT ROOM: As you enter the house from the front porch, you enter the charming great room. It's wonderfully equipment with rustic leather and western furnishings. A rock fireplace is featured and can be used to warm the room on chilly nights.
SETTING, ACREAGE, AND VIEWS: The cabin sits on one private acre in the middle of a conservation area. Another guest house sits within site but you still have plenty of privacy. All of the surrounding property is part of a large privately-held conservation area.
OUTDOOR AMENITIES: The cabin has a nice front porch that is a great spot for morning coffee, evening cocktails or meals at the table. The cabin has a gas barbecue grill and a bistro set in the yard.
ACTIVITIES NEARBY: Enjoy fishing on the three branches of the Boulder River as well as the Yellowstone River and other nearby blue ribbon trout fisheries, amazing hiking in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, rafting on nearby rivers, guided horseback riding, a visit to Yellowstone National Park (about 2 hours away), and exploring the nearby towns of Livingston and Big Timber. There's so much to do!
CLOSEST TOWN AND AIRPORT: You’re just over an hour from Bozeman’s Gallatin Field Airport. It's about 12 miles to McLeod, with a post office and a local watering hole, the "Roadkill Café”. It's about a one half hour drive to both Livingston and Big Timber with grocery stores and restaurants.