Here is solace under the Big Sky: Privacy on your own 226 acres with superb off-the-grid custom home. Enchanting views of 7 mountain ranges during the day, gaze at the milky way at night. Harvest an elk here every fall right on your own property.
Main entry on ground floor welcomes you to a rec room/family room + shop; half bath and access to garage. Upper level has open floor plan is a a dream for entertaining. Living room w/gas river rock fireplace, oak mantel and marble hearth. Dining Room has panoramic views. Kitchen has maple cabinetry, breakfast bar, high end appliances. Spanish tile floors and radiant heating on both levels. Kahrs Oak floating floors in guest bedroom and office which opens onto a serene patio. Master suite has bath w/ custom travertine tile floors, river rock shower, jet tub and private WC and walk in closet. Guest bath has slate floor. Circular staircase is alternative access + heat efficiently to ground floor.
Solar, wind systems, plus propane generator precisely designed making you entirely independent with simple efficient systems. Room for horses, fully fenced. Trout Creek runs through the lower end of the property. Stock water rights convey.
Mary Ann Nicholas joined Beaverhead Home & Ranch Real Estate after a 25 year career in banking, focusing on commercial, agricultural and real estate lending in Southwest Montana. Her goal is for every client to receive an exceptional level of personal service and expertise during their real estate transaction regardless of size or complexity- from recreational to agriculture to a home on the range. Mary Ann has lived in Southwest Montana most of her life with interludes living coast to coast and border to border. A love of the Montana landscape gives her a sincere understanding of John Steinbeck's declaration: "I'm in love with Montana. For other states, I have admiration, respect, recognition even some affection. But with Montana it is love. And it's difficult to analyze love when you're in it." Mary Ann is an attorney, Chair of the University of Montana-Western Foundation and served as a two-term member of the Governor-appointed Local Executive Board of UMW. She and her daughters share an affinity for horses from rodeo to polo to reined cow horses. She invites you to visit her Montana blog at montanaunexpected.com, which she created with her sister out of a great love of place that is Montana.