This 2 bedroom/2 bath cottage, sits on 20 of the most spectacular acres in Montana, with expansive views of four mountain ranges, open rangeland, valleys and abundant wildlife. Enjoy 2 resident rescued horses, Chief and Lizzy; and two very social English labrador retrievers, Boze Man and Daisy. The country house has a large lawn with picnic benches, and shade trees so that your privacy is complete. Take long walks down a country lane, with no traffic. In fact, you can walk or bike for 30 miles on a dirt road with no traffic, while looking at Ted Turner's magnificent Flying D Ranch, which consists of l30,000 acres of wildlife and bison. Sit on either your front or back porch, with comfortable furniture, to enjoy the views, eat your meals or sip a cocktail. Country house interior furnished with designer linens, beautiful furniture and gourmet cooking utensils. Thirty minutes to skiing at Bridger Bowl and Big Sky. Fishing in world-class rivers: Yellowstone, Gallatin and Madison. Ninety minutes to Yellowstone National Park. Individual hiking, biking, hunting, skiing tours can be designed for your enjoyment.
The country house has a wonderful hammock for lounging, green grass for the children and/or pets'
It is situated at the end of Peaks View Drive, through its own arched entrance, so it is safe for children and/or pets. No traffic noises at all. The silence at night will make your sleep so sound, and the comfort of the down duvets and pillows will render it impossible to get out of bed in the morning, were it not for the dozens of activities and sights awaiting your pleasure.
Bozeman has plenty of cultural opportunities, excellent restaurants and recreation.
Pets permitted with prior approval and damage deposit.
Approved and licensed through the Montana Department of Health, license #300988.
Keywords: Country house
When I purchased my house in Bozeman, it was our Summer home. I bought it for the fantastic views and the solitude of being at the 'end of the road' overlooking the rest of the world. After living here full time since 2005, I decided to turn my 'caretaker cottage' into a guest house so that others could share this special spot. When the first airplanes flew over this site, it was covered in tepee circles as the native Americans camped here because of the abundance of wildlife and the fact that they could see for miles in every direction, providing safety for the camps.
This property is home to two rescued horses, three rescued cats and two much-loved English labradors.
While staying at I Love This Place! you can enjoy the fantastic views, the solitude and quiet of living at the 'end of the road', the lovely flowers and you can eat from the organic vegetable garden. There is a hammock situated under the shade trees and lots of different outside living areas to enjoy.
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