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775-Acre ‘Stonegate’ Montana Estate Lists for $25 Million

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A vast 775-acre land in Kira, Montana, is on the market for $ 25 million.

The design of this hotel, called “Stonegate,” is inspired by the historic 1920s Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton Lake National Park, Canada, according to a list posted on June 3.

“”[The property was] Tom Brown of Sotheby’s International Realty says he shares a list with his colleague Tiffany Sherman. “If real estate can be a work of art, it’s Stonegate.”

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Kira’s small community is near Lake Ashley, Lake Flathead, and the Flathead National Forest.

According to the photos in the list, the lodge-like 8,209-square-foot, four-bedroom main dwelling has a stone exterior, high wooden beamed ceilings, a stone fireplace, and high windows with dramatic waterfront views. Is a feature. The small dock on Lake Ashley is right next to the house.

Given its vast area, the property also features many annexes, including a 1,320-square-foot two-bedroom guesthouse. The original homestead cabin of the property. Boathouse; Stables; According to the representative, two completed heated shops. According to the photo, at least one shop is set up as an entertainment area with a garage, exhibition room, seating and bar area.

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The property is arranged to allow owners to take full advantage of Montana’s natural facilities such as skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, hunting, water sports and fly fishing according to the list.

The house itself is also set up for entertainment, with a cozy sitting area with waterfront views and a fireplace, a game and billiard room, a bar area, a hot tub overlooking the lake, a spacious open kitchen and a sitting area. The house surrounds a wonderful room with floor-to-ceiling windows and overlooks the balcony from the upper floors.

There was no sales history of the property. Unidentified sellers built homes and other buildings on the premises, Sherman said at Mansion Global. According to records, the house designed by Duane J. Millette, AIA, Millette Architecture PC was built in 2003.


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