Real Montana log home on 40 PRIVATE and quiet acres. GORGEOUS UNOBSTRUCTED, CLEAR panoramic view of Mountains, 41 min. to Glacier Park, 10 minutes to renown Bigfork Village playhouse and world class restaurants.
Open main floor has completely outfitted kitchen, bathroom, living area with hide-a-bed for second full-size bed. Bedroom in open loft has large window looking at Mountains w/ queen, 2 twins to sleep a total of 6. A PERFECT HONEYMOON LOCATION! BREATH TAKING Montana mountains as backdrop. In the open fields between cabin and mountains, you'll definitely see deer, maybe foxes, and wild turkeys. Campfire pit AND FIREWOOD on site. wi-fi.
Cabin is surrounded by horse pastures, Pines, breath-taking view of Mountains. Only 41 minutes to Glacier Park. Shopping & dining, renowned playhouse in Bigfork Village (5 miles), international Spartan Race in May, Dragon Boat races on Flathead Lake. Great art festivals and parades all summer long. 20 miles to Kalispell. Walk-in Clinic 4 miles away.
Owners live on this 40 acres in their own home, visually obscured by trees between cabin and their home; we're available for whatever information/assistance needed. Alana was born and raised in Montana, so has a lot of information collected from her 67 years in Big Sky Country.
This REAL log home is made from logs, "skip peeled" by hand. The real thing. This is not a "log" home made from "pencil box" logs. Each log is unique with darker colors left on log from hand peeling (called a "skip peel" or "dirty peel". )
Also, due to two guest "scammers" we had recently, our policy now is that you must report ANY issues within the first hour of arrival so we may rectify the problem, as you will NOT be given any refund whatsoever when you complain after you leave, asking for a refund.
Quiet time starts at 10:30 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. One dog ok as long as it's on leash when outdoors. NO SMOKING. NO ILLEGAL DRUGS or POT.
Parents of ten amazing grown children, 26 grandchildren (and counting). The best years of our lives were spent raising our children. Husband is retired pastor. We stay in good health by going to grandchildren's activities, and riding e-Bikes at the base of Swan Mountain Range, where we live, camping with our kids by crystal clear lakes, and managing our Christian Assisted Living Home in another Montana city. We go into Glacier National Park almost weekly, as one of our daughters is a professional photographer and shoots many elopements there. We go along to play with her children, or for Bill to officiate. (Her name is Marianne Wiest...she's the best photographer in Montana.)