Striking mountain refuge in Montana: Traditional meets contemporary

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Brechbuhler Architects have designed the Black Bull Residence, a beautiful mountain refuge located in the Black Bull private golf community of Bozeman, Montana. As you approach the home, you will notice a covered porch entryway with a garage off to the right. The exterior facade features an eye-catching mix of stone masonry, reclaimed timber and cedar siding. The home is set on a beautiful property, with the Spanish Peaks mountain range as its backdrop.

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What We Love: This breathtaking mountain refuge showcases an open and spacious floorplan conducive to entertaining and relaxing. Expansive windows floods the interiors with natural light, while framing the views of the dramatic mountainous landscape. We are loving the mix of traditional and contemporary styling, creating warmth and comfort to this luxurious retreat… Readers, what do you think, would this home your ideal dream house? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.

Note: Have a look at a couple of other home tours that we have featured from the portfolio of Brechbuhler Architects: Modern farmhouse in Montana with surprising details throughout and Family retreat blends modern-rustic with Rocky Mountain views.

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Above: The covered porch features a custom designed entry door consisting of walnut with reclaimed timber framing.

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Above: Reclaimed as-is timber framing at covered porch.

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Above: The kitchen opens up to the great room, featuring circle-sawn flooring and timber on the ceiling.

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Above: View from the great room towards the entryway.

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Above: An exquisite double-sided stone masonry fireplace separates the great room from the cozy reading nook.

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Above: The reading nook features built-ins for storing games, books and personal accessories. An area rug grounds the space and adds warmth. The dual-sided stone fireplace provides a visual separation between this space and the great room. This also helps to create intimacy to this space.

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Above: A formal dining area frames views of the surrounding rugged landscape.

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Above: A stone slab kitchen island offers plenty of comfortable bar seating for family and friends. Custom cabinetry offers sophistication and style to this gorgeous chef’s kitchen.

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Above: The kitchen features a professional range, custom stainless steel hood and tile surround.

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Above: Custom pantry shelving with alder nosing.

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Above: Classic mirrored vanity in the powder bathroom adds style and luxury.

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Above: Custom corral board cabinets frame a functional mud room. A built-in window seat is the perfect spot to put on and take off shoes… How cute is that dog?

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Above: Custom cabinetry, shower and tile wall in the bathroom.

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Above: The utility room offers custom cabinetry and convenient under-cabinet lighting.

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Above: The master bedroom features large picture windows that frames views of the golf course and mountains beyond.

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Above: The luxurious master bathroom features a custom glass shower enclosure with rain head and bench, dual vanities and a freestanding tub.

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Above: A view of the back of the home shows the covered porch, large glazing in the great room and master bedroom suite.

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Above: Stone masonry, stamped concrete flooring and reclaimed timber defines the backyard covered patio. Relaxing outside, one can enjoy views of the golf course and mountains in the distance.

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Above: In the evening, one can enjoy the warmth and ambiance of the stone masonry, wood-burning fireplace. A kamado-style ceramic charcoal barbecue cooker by the Big Green Egg makes entertaining a breeze, while enjoying dining al-fresco with family and friends. The stand for the cooker is a custom steel frame with steel shelves and storage. The top is a 3cm granite with a cutout for the cooker to sit in.

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Photos: Karl Neumann

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