In the heart of Paradise Valley's prime east side sits one of the finest examples of the new breed of western home: early pioneers would have recognized the form of this simple structure but not the elegant/industrial/contemporary feel. Outside, there are glorious views of the Absaroka Mountains and thousands of acres which have been ranched for generations by the same families, while the magnificent Yellowstone River meanders within easy walking distance. Inside, the high ceilinged great room, with it's comfortable living room/dining area/kitchen has floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing the ever changing Big Sky light to spill in (sharp white, December morning snow storm / liquid golds, late summer evening) Here's the perfect blend of communal and private spaces: two bedrooms and a full bath are downstairs (bunk beds anyone?) with the master suite upstairs, set quite apart from the central flow of the house: a deep soaking tub and a slender, Swedish wood stove make for a true retreat. Here is the perfect combination of a superb location, timeless design and exceptional building practices. It is sited in a small community of NE Paradise Valley (Suce Creek Road to Pine Creek Road) which has rapidly become one of one of the country's most desirable, sought after places in which to own property. To sum up: prize winning architecture (everyone said this was the best); summer evening fishing (eat dessert while casting your favorite Royal Wulff); impeccable design features - snooze under starlight on the sleeping deck. This one, I think, is yours. Call now for an appointment to view.
Listing Agent: Gillian Swanson
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