Wonderful Eco Friendly mountain cabin in Paradise Valley which connects Livingston to Yellowstone National Park. The Yellowstone River is also nearby. This 20 acres was once the site of an old ski hill built by locals in late 1950’s and is home to many species of wildlife. The cabin was designed by Pioneer Log Homes in Victor MT. The logs, wood floors and wains coating came from “standing dead” timber in the Bitterroot Valley, affectionately known as “ghost wood”. The ridge beam supporting the roof system was reclaimed from the Old Faithful Visitor Center. On the main floor is an open kitchen, living & dining area, 2 beds & 2 baths. Glass tiles are reclaimed from glass and hand made in Bozeman. The rustic staircase leads to the walk out basement with a large family room, extra sleeping area, laundry room, 3/4 bath, and abundant of storage. One corner touches NFS land. The old Way Station that sits near Rock Creek Rd still has the original pot-belly stove and a few old bunk beds.
Liv Area - Paradise Valley W of 89S 6PVW
Gas Stove, Vaulted Ceiling, Window Coverings, Walk-In Closets
Dryer, Refrigerator, Range, Washer
1 - 3/4 Bath, Extra Room, Full Walk-Out - Finished, Family Room, Laundry Room
Tracy Raich, Raich Montana Properties, LLC.
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