This peaceful retreat is located at the confluence of Mission Creek & Beaver Creek has 216 acres offering privacy, abundant wildlife, and fabulous views. There is a private hiking trail that surrounds the property, and a riparian area often populated with white tail deer, mule deer, elk, moose, Hungarian partridge, and sharp tail. During migration season, the ranch sports an enormous population of songbirds. The one-room cottage next to the creek and outbuildings from the original homestead remain intact.
Two architecturally impressive Craftsman style homes were inspired by David Leavengood who is known for his work restoring historic structures including the Roosevelt Art at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. They are surrounded by lush landscaping and were artistically constructed with natural materials with the purpose of creating a warm, welcoming environment for family and friends.
Built of stone & cedar with beautiful interior details & antique fixtures the homes are connected by a paver patio. The main house built in 1995, is an extensive remodel of the original “four-square” homestead house built in 1956. The guesthouse was built new in 2001. Many of the fixtures date back to 1932, and were sourced from the N-Bar Ranch in Grass Range Mt. The ceiling beams were salvaged from the N-Bar cookhouse dating back to 1896. The lath and plaster walls were stenciled by artisans from Hamilton MT. The beautiful wood floors have been hand waxed and have a beautiful patina. You will find beautiful woodwork throughout both of these homes.
This peaceful and relaxing retreat can accommodate 10 -16 guests making it a special place for outdoor recreation and gatherings.