Do you see yourself owning a ranch someday? I sure do. Of all the kinds of homes I could ever choose form – ocean homes, penthouse apartments over busy cities or modern cliff-edge residences with waves crushing underneath – a miniature ranch house would be first on my list. Maybe your list includes a full scale, domain-like ranch landscape, but I would be happy with my fair share of outdoor space. The Grizzly Creek Ranch must have been decorated back when we could still afford to hunt animals for our decorating “needs”, now a modern interpretation of a hunting victim would artfully remind us that we’re protecting ourselves when we’re protecting nature.
This 1,945 acre property near Yellowstone National Park northwest of Gardiner, Montana, is a spectacular landscape of small-to-mid-size dwellings. These architectural elements of the green landscapes culminate in a 3,816 square feet two-story residence. Spacious and showcasing four bedrooms and two baths, the main residence overlooks a perfectly manicured garden. An exceptional space arrangement includes an outbuilding adjacent to the main structure, where a yoga studio and massage room break the boundaries of relaxation in nature. Can you visualize any family photos in these rooms?