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2 bed/ 1 bath

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Montana 

Homestead

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Enjoy a retreat to nature in our privately owned and managed 2-Bedroom house just 15 minutes from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park.  Plan a romantic getaway or honeymoon, a couples’ adventure with friends, or family trip to Montana. 


This newly remodeled historic home started as a homestead log cabin in the late 1800s. The remodel pealed back a century to expose hand-hewn log walls and cabin floors, ship lap, bead board and fun details. We've outfitted the house with exceptionally high standards for convenience including luxurious Egyptian cotton sheeting, spa robes, and memory-foam, pillowtop mattresses. To find out more about the renovation of this property, check out our Homestead House blog posts. 

Furnishings are stylish yet comfortable, and the fully-equipped, charming kitchen is the perfect spot for preparing a hot breakfast or sit down dinner. Outside, enjoy a fire or dining alfresco on the large deck. 


The property allows for sweeping views of breathtaking mountains, the surrounding farm land, and a nearby water preserve. The five acre- property is nestled on the corner next to our 800 acre, fourth-generation family farm. Our home and other vacation rental (the Red Barn) is adjacent and located off a quiet country road.  From the large private deck you can enjoy excellent wildlife and bird viewing including large herds of whitetail and mule deer grazing, wild turkeys, geese, and songbirds. Swans and bald eagles frequent the area as well. The farm is also home to an occasional moose, elk, bear, fox, coyote, and mountain lion. The deck is also the best view of the beautiful mountain waterfall in addition to views of the entire Swan Mountain Range and the Badrock Canyon leading to Glacier National Park. 


While tucked away next to the farm at the base of the mountain, our location has convenient, easy access to everything the Flathead Valley has to offer.

 

Location:

Driving times to local hot spots make this the perfect lodging option:

• 15 minutes to Glacier National Park
• 20 minutes to the resort town of Whitefish 
• 20 minutes to Bigfork and Flathead Lake, largest freshwater lake West of the Mississippi
• 20 minutes to the shopping and dining of Kalispell
•10 minutes to Columbia Falls, gateway to Glacier National Park
• 35 minutes to the top of Whitefish Mountain Resort
• 20 minutes to the airport 

The Homestead House sleeps 4 in two bedrooms (1 king bed, 1 queen bed) and is prepared with everything you need including a fully-equipped kitchen with new appliances - and an adorable refurbished 1954 electric stove.  After a day of hiking and adventure clean up with a full-sized washer and dryer, plush linens, and an over-sized rain shower head. Settle in with a HD flat-screen TV or stream a movie while sitting next to the cozy fireplace.  BBQ on the deck, roast marshmallows at the fire pit, or just sit back with a glass of wine and soak in the alpine glow.

 

Key amenities include:
New 55” HDTV  
Wireless internet 
Fully-equipped kitchen
New appliances
Quartz and butcher block countertops and painted wood floors
Historic charm 
Unmatched Mountain views 
Open floor plan in living and dining
Dining table with room for six
Fire pit
Propane fireplace 
Bath includes washer and dryer available for your use
Shower/tub combo with oversized shower head
Stylish décor including antique accents
Highchair and pack n’ play available
Large deck with BBQ and table seating for six
Off-street, private parking for two vehicles 

We think the Homestead House is the perfect spot to launch your Glacier National Park adventure or Northwest Montana vacation. We look forward to hearing from you. Please let us know if we can answer any questions you have about our property or your vacation planning.

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the reno

Interested in learning more about our remodel project? Check out these blog posts: 

The Homestead House Remodel: Part 1

The Homestead House: Part 2 the Kitchen 

The Homestead House: Part 3 - Walls and Floors