This beautiful rustic mountain home called Quiet Waters Residence was designed by Locati Architects along with builder Schlauch Bottcher Construction, located in Big Sky, Montana. A sprawling two-story home, the exterior facade showcases a beautiful mix of materials, consisting of stone, wood and glass. Lush landscaping and outdoor covered patios welcomes visitors into this comfortable and relaxing environment. An enchanting design aesthetic from the outside, this cottage-like home features a quiet sophistication on the interior. The homes interiors offer expansive windows capturing impeccable vistas of the Rocky Mountains. There is also a rooftop deck that can be enjoyed during the summer months to really feel immersed in this stunning environment. At the back of the property, expansive terraces, a swimming pool, spa and sun loungers offers the homes inhabitants plenty of space for entertaining guests.
Every detail has been thought of in this stylish home, from the outdoor landscaping to the front entryway and beyond into the interiors. You will find plenty of fireplaces inside this home to keep you warm during the long winter months. There is an abundance of wood and rich colors mixed with neutrals, infusing warmth into this rustic mountain home.
What We Love: This rustic mountain home offers plenty of living space for family and to entertain visiting guests. The living areas both indoors and out are comfortable and inviting. Stunning mountain views seem to be captured at every turn and if you love mountain homes, then these kind of views make this pad a true dream home! …what do you think, could you picture yourself living here?
Above: The view of the Rocky Mountains is framed beautifully through the large glass windows of the living room.
Above: Soaring, double volume ceilings and exposed wood trusses adds character to this gorgeous living room. Wood flooring is covered with patterned area rugs for added warmth, texture and color. Cozy furniture arrangements welcomes guests to get comfortable and enjoy great conversation.
Photos: Roger Wade Studio