Bill Cary-February 10, 2023

This traditional log and stone retreat in the affluent Cascade Highlands subdivision of Big Sky offers ski-in/ski-out convenience, open mountain views, and the shelter of old-growth aspens and willow trees for privacy.

“It’s in one of the quintessential ski-in/ski-out neighborhoods in Big Sky,” said listing agent Ania Bulis, of the Big Sky Real Estate Co. “The home itself has such classic lines. It’s traditional and definitely stands the test of time.”

The quality of the construction and the “bones of the house” are among its greatest assets, she said.

One of the first homes on Swift Bear Road, the five-bedroom house was custom built by the current owner in 2000, Ms. Bulis said. It is being sold furnished.

The south-facing property is quite private, she said. The turret-like entryway leads to an open-plan, two-story living room with a pair of floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces and a wall of picture windows with mountain views.

“From the front door, you immediately get a view of Lone Peak,” Ms. Bulis said.

Other architecture and design details include large beamed, cathedral ceilings, custom antler chandeliers, detailed wood and stone work, hardwood floors and a custom wood staircase from the foyer to the second floor.

The open kitchen features an island with seating and custom wood cabinets.

The outdoor spaces include multiple decks and patios, Ms. Bulis said. “Because the outdoor spaces are south facing, they tend to be used year-round.”

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