This Montana home sits on 10 acres at the confluence of two rivers. It offers great views of the valley and the mountains in the distance. The architecture studio CTA Group is responsible for the design. The team made sure the breathtaking landscape was being used to the full and made an effort to blend the house into the landscape. The flat metal roofs on two of the volumes and the outer walls clad with dark-stained cedar and stone make this possible. A covered veranda with a television for outdoor filming was created between the main house and the guest house.
Structurally, the house is divided into three volumes. There is the main house which contains the kitchen, dining room, living area, master suite, study, piano room and a dirt room. The layout is very efficient and there are no hallways in this entire band. There is also a guest house with a gym and two bedrooms that can be joined together to make a family-style suite if desired. The third volume is the farm building, in which the garage and workshop are located. It has a gable roof and its design is inspired by the old railway maintenance sheds from this region.
Large windows flood the living spaces with natural light and expose them to the beautiful landscape. The wood fireplace creates a very warm and inviting ambience in the living area. The kitchen is spacious and open, with eye-catching turquoise accents. The central courtyard serves as an extension of the outdoor living areas. Get more of this lovely home below!