I am a Management Consultant that spends long periods of time out of State with a grueling schedule. Montana is where I come to re-charge. I have owned a home in Montana since 1993. This is a private home with every amenity and more that you can find in your home. I hope you will treat it the same as you treat your home.
The Owner purchased this cabin in 1998
This home is one mile at the end of a road. Nobody can see you, and you can't see anybody except the resident wildlife that is prolific on the property. Fabulous views of Gash Peak to the West, and views of the Sapphire Mountains to the east are unobstructed and soothing. There is a trout stream that runs through the property, as well as a gashing creek and pond located in the front yard. There is plenty of room to stretch out in the large home, offering privacy for every guest, or large common rooms for big crowds.
There are all of the 'toys' that an outdoor crowd would want to use: float boats, fishing gear, ATV's, Snow Mobiles, Skeet Range, etc. And for those looking for downtime, the porch always has a cool breeze blowing across it.
The rustic nature of the Amish Barn and casual furnishings create a welcome and relaxing atmosphere. The entire home is built using reclaimed barns, cabins, bathrooms, and other unique historical items. The timbers in this home were harvested in the 1790's, and the log cabin that is attached was one of the first homesteading families in Montana.
Access to the Stock Farm is an easy drive.