An existing home on a stunning and secluded property in the Jackson Creek area of Bridger Canyon didn’t quite fit the needs of a young and growing Montana family. Seeking a more open and efficient environment, Miller Roodell Architects designed a rebuild on the existing foundation that provided the livable spaces they desired. Reclaimed wood grounds the structure in a natural Western aesthetic. Metal details give it modern edges. Light and color fill the rooms throughout the home. Serving as a working agricultural business, the property includes several outbuildings including a historic barn, riding area, ranch hands’ housing and a blacksmith shop.
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