A stunning Montana log cabin just hit the market, and it appears to be worth every dime of the $17 million asking price.
Located in Bigfork, Montana, a mere 45 minute drive from Glacier National Park, the Noble Lodge and Carney Creek Ranch will fulfill all of your Montana dreams with its 11,000-square-foot main home and nearby guest house…all made of log.
“Enter the log entry & meander down the lane past water features, thru towering pines, over the bridge, by the guest house & toy barn to the grand lodge,” the listing reads. “Constructed of immense logs with attention to the finest detail, the lodge evokes the essence of the ‘Old West.'”
Photos of the property show a massive outdoor chandelier made of antlers hanging in a covered entrance. Rock features, waterfalls, a creek and flawless landscaping encompass the 24-acre property and will make the lucky buyer want to stay outdoors both day and night.
Homebodies will find the inside of the lodge a cozy abode filled with floor to ceiling earth tones including rock fireplaces, wood floors, exposed log ceilings, and large wooden beams throughout. A covered patio and game room adjoin the 7-bedroom, 6-bath home that also features a game room, theater and wine cellar.
The property, formerly owned by Judith and Robert Noble Sr., owners of Stihl Southeast, Inc., boasts a detached “toy barn” measuring almost the same size as the main home. The barn has its own kitchen, antique bar and bath, and plenty of room for all of your grown-up toys. Eagle-eyed viewers will spy a Stihl chainsaw on display, a tribute to the home’s owners.
Check out the full listing HERE. And take a video tour in the clip below.