When people think of Montana they think of homes on a big piece of land with expansive views all around. We all know this is only a small part of Montana and in reality, most of the homes that come on the market are in town, in neighborhoods, condos, etc. However, once in a while that vision of what a Montana dream home really is comes on the market. Not a giant, fancy home in the mountains that sits empty part of the year, but a livable home with rustic features, yet high-end finishes tucked into the woods giving all the tranquility we long for here in Montana.
This beautiful Montana log home checks all the boxes! It sits on 30-acres in Bear Canyon just on the outskirts of Bozeman. The home is surrounded by mature trees and has incredible views. There's also a peaceful, seasonal creek running adjacent to the home. It's one of those properties where we simply let the photos speak for themselves.
The 30-acres have wonderful trails for riding horses, hiking and recreating. Beyond the property is forest service land and even more trails and recreation opportunities. Basically, the Montana wilderness is right out your back door, yet you’re still close to downtown Bozeman.
Stepping inside the goodness continues with a gorgeous, open kitchen featuring the perfect pop of color by way of an AGA cooker.
Other notable features of this kitchen…the custom cupboards, vaulted ceilings, great L-shaped island and all that natural light!
Moving on...Log beams, antler chandeliers (a must for a Montana home), wood burning stoves and a fantastic loft area.
Gorgeous bathroom with a soaker tub and wood finishes throughout
There's a reason homes like these don't come on the market often. Once you find a place like this, you don't ever want to leave.
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