Make Way for a Montana Modern Immersed in Nature and Listed for $17.5M

The wild West is suave at this Montana modern on Flathead Lake. A mammoth estate, six structures harmoniously meld into the beautiful, untamed landscape for an escape into nature in style. With its nearly 17 acres of terrain, 15,000-square-feet of interiors, five bedrooms, and eleven full bathrooms, the home satisfies the nature lover and luxury buyer’s needs. And while it could put anyone at ease with its tranquil surroundings, the steep $17.5 million price tag is certainly a little less relaxing.

The property’s architecture, by Andersson-Wise and Nick Fullerton, embraces everything organic. At the main house, grassy rooftops and walls crafted with cut lumber blend into the forested look of the land. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the scenery that lies just outside while expansive decks further the natural connection with the freshest of fresh air.

Upon entering each of the modern abodes with names such as the Lodge and the Tree House, tall ceilings and walls of glass abound. From the property’s rooftop terraces to the 718-feet of pebble beach on the lake, there’s never a reason to stay inside too long here. Though with sleek rooms that feel like you’re floating in the treetops, there’s also no bad vantage point to take it all in.

Ross Pickert of Glacier Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing, which seems destined to serve as a Thoreau-like spot to unplug and get away for a while.