Big Sky, Montana | 1.13 acres | $5,800,000
7,349 square feet | 5 bedrooms | 6.5 bathrooms
Listed by Ania Bulis, The Big Sky Real Estate Co.
“This incredible custom-built home is perched on the hill with commanding views of the Spanish Peaks and has phenomenal ski access. Conveniently located in the heart of the Moonlight Basin community, this well-crafted and thoughtfully planned home has ample space for family and friends and is the perfect mountain ski home”. —Ania Bulis, The Big Sky Real Estate Co.
Big Sky, Montana | 2.41 acres | $8,750,000
6,882 square feet | 5 bedrooms | 5.5 bathrooms
Listed by Dave Kisko, Yellowstone Club Realty
“The exterior of this mountain home welcomes you with natural landscaping, several two-dot sandstone patios, an outdoor hot tub, and classic fire pit. On the inside, history and functionality join forces to add yet another layer of character—the floors are reclaimed fir from an historic Montana schoolhouse and an Alaskan cannery; the stairs are made of ocean side pier wood; countertops are horse stall planks; and the ceiling and wall paneling is recycled corral boards. Combine the richness of these woods with an imaginative design that gently echoes the classic lodges of Yellowstone Park, and you begin to see why this home is so compelling. The layout delivers intimacy without sacrificing spaciousness.” —Yellowstone Club
Montage opens alpine wellness retreat amid Rocky Mountains of Montana
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Stephen Kircher has fond memories of the first time he visited Big Sky Resort, in 1976. A native of Michigan, he traveled to Montana on a reconnaissance mission with his family, the owners of Boyne Resorts.
Jacob Smith is legally blind. That hasn’t stopped this teenager from skiing the toughest lines at Big Sky. In the summer of 2014, when Jacob Smith was eight years old, he started bumping into furniture and having trouble reading. His parents figured he needed glasses. Then his eyesight began to deteriorate rapidly.“In less than two […]