Carriage House Apartment
Come to Montana to experience the Romance of the West. Our Carriage House Apartment offers an intimate, romantic hide-away in the charming Western town of Whitefish, MT. Set in the rugged Whitefish Mountain Range this one bedroom apartment has been been designed with your comfort and enjoyment in mind using high quality locally sourced materials.
Relax on the leather sofa or recliner in the glow from the stone fireplace. Watch the game on the flat panel TV over the log mantle. Enjoy the view of Big Mountain from the dining area.
After a day of play in Whitefish luxuriate in the spa tub or shower in the walk-in slate tiled shower. Either way you will appreciate the beautiful bathroom and the radiant heat will keep your toes toasty. For your convenience there is a full sized washer and dryer in the bathroom closet.
Get a blissful night's sleep in the comfy new queen bed. Step out on the deck for some star gazing at the Montana Big Sky.
Further Details: Local woods, quarried stone and granite are used throughout this 700 square foot home. The living room has a stone fireplace with a log mantle and a great view of Big Mountain. There is a fully equipped kitchen with granite counters.
And what a location! Close to town; walking distance to great restaurants; a quick drive up the mountain for skiing; and in a quiet neighborhood that borders a nature preserve. So keep your eyes open and your binoculars handy for wildlife viewing.
A heated storage room for skis and equipment is on the premises.
You will love staying here and hate to leave!
Some detailed info:
The flooring is all responsibly harvested local fir and larch from the great folks at RBM Lumber. The fireplace stone is from McGreggor Lake, MT. The mantle was made locally by John Emerson whose family has been making log furniture for decades.
Much of the furniture is from Old Hickory Furniture, not local but they have been making the finest lodge furniture for over 100 years.
Tell the traveler about yourself: Karen and Richard Hinman split their time between homes in Guilford, CT where they have lived since 1982 and Whitefish, MT. They have three grown children who live in Connecticut, Idaho and Ohio. They are shown here in Glacier National Park on the Dawson/Pitamakin Trail.
Karen and Richard Hinman split their time between homes in CT where they lived since 1982 and Whitefish, MT since 2004 and moved full time to Whitefish in 2012. They are shown here in Glacier National Park at Granite Chalet on the High LineTrail.
This area of Montana is a little bit of paradise, something to be experienced not just visited. There is so much to do and see. Every year we find new things to enjoy here in Big Sky country.
After spending six summers in Whitefish, we found this property and can't believe how lucky we are to be able to live here. We added this apartment in 2010 and put an enormous amount of thought into making it exceptional. It was designed with great attention to detail and respect for craftsmanship; comfort, style and high quality are the standard. We know our guests will appreciate the care and effort that have gone into this charming and intimate hide-away.