Montana July 29, 2017
These 10 Unique Houses In Montana Will Make You Look Twice And Want To Go In
Who doesn’t love to look inside a unique, beautiful or elegant house? Montana’s architecture never sticks to one standard style, and that’s part of the appeal. If the saying is true that your home is your castle, these Montanans have been pretty lucky.
1. This charming lavender home in Butte looks Victorian.
Butte has an interesting history, so it makes sense that the houses here would be unique.
2. The Story Mansion in Bozeman looks cozy and comfortable despite its large size.
This was once the home of Nelson Story, a pioneer Montana entrepreneur, cattle rancher, miner and vigilante.
3. The two-story windows on this Hamilton house aren't something you see very often in older houses.
Was it built this way? Was it an add-on? We'd love to go inside and find out.
4. For $135 per night, you can stay in Papa's Treehouse in Bozeman.
This one-bedroom loft is located on a Bridger Canyon property and has all the comforts of home, plus a relaxing wraparound porch. Yes, please!
5. The Daly Mansion in Hamilton is incredible... and luckily, you can go inside.
The Daly Mansion is the historic home of Marcus Daly, a 19th Century American industrialist. It's as amazing as it looks.
6. If this little cottage looks this great on the outside, imagine what it looks like inside.
You can rent this home in Philipsburg for just $85 nightly on AirBnB.
7. This is the Green Valley Ranch in Coram.
All we have to say is yes, please.
8. Forget peeking inside... can we just move into this amazing house?
Located just outside of Polebridge, this home is the definition of "off the grid." Rent a room in this home through AirBnB and you'll get to experience all the indoor amenities.
9. I think every single one of us wants to go inside The Shire of Montana.
Every detail of this amazing guest home was deigned to enhance the magical experience you'll have when you stay here. This Trout Creek home is both unique and enchanting.
10. And then there is this castle in White Sulphur Springs.
The Byron R. Sherman House, also known as The Castle, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's now a museum full of local artifacts, but we're betting it was amazing to live here.
No matter what kind of home you live in, it’s nice to enjoy a change of scenery now and then. Check out these
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