This architecturally stunning 2700sf, 4 bedroom home at the base of the Bridger Range stands as a marvel of high-design and livability. Built by acclaimed Bozeman architect & designer Jeff Brandner in 2009 as an ode to mill and steel-working, the home has high-end features and engineering aspects you will not find anywhere else -- and unlike many design-centric properties, they actually add a level of warmth and comfort. The exterior is finished in Shou Sugu Ban, a burnt wood style siding, and is dotted with countless hand-cut metal and wood details. Situated in the heart of Bozeman's Northside and framed by the classic Story Mill, it's a tip of the cap to old Bozeman while also on the cutting edge of the city's growth - no covenants or HOA, either. Inside, hewn floors, exposed beams, live-edge countertops, vaulted ceilings, reclaimed sinks, and a mesmerizing glass floor add to the allure. Once featured in Big Sky Journal, this is a truly livable and inspiring place to call home.
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