This wonderful mountain cabin near Yellowstone Park is located in the Tom Miner Basin area of Paradise Valley above the Yellowstone River with access to NFS land, fishing & hiking. The 20-acres was once the site of a ski hill built by locals in late 1950's. The old way station cabin that sits at the bottom of the hill was built by early settlers, and later used as a warming hut for the skiers. The cabin was built in 2007 by Pioneer Log Homes (Victor MT ) with "standing dead" timber from the Bitterroot Valley. The large ridge beam which supports the roof system was reclaimed from the Old Faithful Visitor Center in Yellowstone National Park. The main floor is full of natural light with an open cooks kitchen, living and dining area. Massive windows showcase the landscape and spectacular view. Two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and wrap-around deck complete the main floor. A walk out basement provides a large family room w/ extra sleeping areas, a full laundry, 3/4 bathroom and abundant storage.
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