Spanning over 1,000 square feet, the great room offers southern exposure with astounding views of pastures, the pond, Deer Creek, Blackhawk Peak, Tom Tom Mountain and Three Eagle Peak to the east. This gives rise to the question, “why would anyone want to leave this magnificent place.”
Rising 28 feet, the ceilings hold a wall of glass that present Montana's native and wild magnificence. Anchoring the room is a masterpiece of artwork, the chandelier. Entitled “Custer’s Last Stand, " this sets the theme embarking owners and guests on a great western adventure.
As the outdoor vista of pasture, forest and mountains is enjoyed, the occasional moose, elk, bear and deer wander in and out to feed and drink water from the pond. On occasion elk and deer roam right through the landscaped backyard seeking some easy pickings in the flower beds. The landscape artist made sure that there would be no grazing here, though, as all of the plantings are deer and elk resistant. Lavender, sedum, sunflowers and delphinium provide a season of color that complements the architecture of the property and home.
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