garmatrix-319759_1 To build a home that is a perfect fit for the Big Sky Country, begin with natural materials, site the home to capture amazing views, and create a floor plan that emphasizes space and comfort for the casual Montana lifestyle. This custom-designed home radiates a sense of welcome and ease from the moment you enter the asphalt drive.

Built in 2008 with minimal occupants, the house highlights the style and materials we associate with Montana. The natural wood and stone exterior combines vertical-wood-siding, stacked rock walls and pillars, as well as rusted corrugated metal accents to create a home with both substance and appeal.

The brick red-clad windows enhance the beauty of the wood and stone, while the covered front porch invites you inside. The home’s landscaping of aspen trees and tasteful perennial beds soften the facade, adding seasonal color.


An impressive front door, with dark-stained wood and upper windows, opens to a very spacious foyer featuring a coffered ceiling and slate flooring. Entering the home, you are immediately drawn to a glimpse of the view from the Great Room. The extra-wide opening between the foyer and Great Room is framed with custom copperized metal that resembles large timbers. This unusual and appealing element is repeated in the kitchen/pantry opening, and also as a border above the angled wall housing the refrigerator. It is one of many touches that makes this home special.

The home is feels very Montanan, with a harmonious blend of consistently used materials and design elements. Beginning with the indestructible reverse-sawn fir flooring, this wood treatment is utilized in the wide central hallway, Great Room, den, and Master Suite.

7055 Nash Road - Bozeman MontanaSlate flooring is used in high-traffic areas such as the entry, powder room, laundry, and bathrooms. The interior is painted an earthy putty-sandy-beige, while all doors, cabinets, baseboards and trim are wood. Perfectly placed windows capture stunning views of the Gallatin Valley and Bridger Mountains, which form the stunning backdrop to the property’s pastoral 4.25 acres of meadows, fields, trees, and the meandering seasonal irrigation ditch.