Impressive modern-rustic home showcases views of the Rocky Mountains


This incredibly breathtaking modern-rustic home is the work of Highline Partners, located just outside of Bozeman, a city in southern Montana. The dwelling is nestled at the base of the Bridger Mountains, in the Ross Peak Ranch community. This area is known for year-round outdoor activities, which include skiing, fishing, and hiking.

The project was designed with the goal of bringing the outdoors inside via a dramatic wall of window openings. Through this indoor-outdoor connection, the interiors are flooded with natural light. Additionally, the scope of this project entailed the inclusion of cutting-edge materials, high-tech windows and door systems, and original design details.


What We Love: This modern-rustic home offers its owners a quiet respite from city life, to relax and unwind with the beauty of nature. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, mature growth forests, and rugged mountains, there is plenty to enjoy throughout the seasons. Expansive windows offer bright and airy interiors while helping to frame the staggering views. The mixture of materials stone, wood, concrete and steel presents a lovely array of modern and rustic.

Above: The entry into this home features a custom 5-foot-wide, 3,000-pound pivoting steel and glass door.

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Above: This impressive living room features a fireplace as its focal point, with a floor-to-ceiling surround of stacked stone. Stacked logs create a unique, rustic aesthetic to this space while helping to infuse warmth. A wall of retractable glass helps blur the boundaries between indoors and out. While an outdoor deck offers a sculptural fire pit to be enjoyed while sitting on a mounted ski lift. Loving the soaring, wood-clad ceilings and concrete flooring!




Above: Impressive modern-rustic details can be seen throughout this home. The flooring is Topcret Microcement, an Argentinian product.


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Above: The powder bathroom features a stacked wood wall handcrafted by the builders of this project, Highline Partners. The marble Gong washbasin is from Kreoo.



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Above: The guest suite is accessed via a floating staircase.




Above: Suspended over the bed is the Muriel Cloud Chandelier, which consists of eye-catching cast resin bubbles; sourced from Oly Studio.


Above: In the master bathroom, the countertop is ebony with a live edge. Blackened steel cabinets are by Crown Creations in Livingston, Montana. The wall partition features Ann Sacks tiles in a metallic, antique-gold finish. The stunning pendant light is by Lindsey Adelman. 


Above: The wood used on the exterior of this home was sourced by Rustic Wood Hub and installed by Blackwood Builders. The landscaping was designed by Valley of the Flowers.


Above: The impressive roof support system features 50-foot-long, 8-by-8-inch, 100-year-old white oak beams, reclaimed from an Ohio barn. The reclaimed wood was sourced by Montana Reclaimed Lumber. The lines are blurred between indoors and out thanks to an expansive wall of glass: two 20-foot-wide, three-paneled doors that retract into that wall to seamlessly meld the living room and patio. A deep overhang protects the interiors from the summer sun yet allows for solar heat gain during the winter months.


Above: A secondary shed-roof garage houses the owner’s toys, including a 1977 Ford Highboy, a 1966 Ford Bronco (the husband’s first car bought in high school), a BMW motorcycle, ATV and a drift boat. This space also serves as a retreat, including a bathroom, wet bar, humidor and gladiator cabinet to store hunting and fishing gear. The 1940s pin-up girl featured on the exterior, along with its sister pin-up in the main house, was repurposed from a building in Los Angeles scheduled for demolition.

Photos: Gibeon Photography

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