In a roundup of Ski Chalets in the World’s Top Winter Resorts, Christie’s International Real Estate recently shone the spotlight on a special Montana property. Why did this home in Big Sky, Montana make the cut? Here’s what Luxury Defined reported:
Ski chalets had their humble beginnings as the rough summer quarters of Alpine herders—what one might call trudge-up, ski-down access. The first real ski resorts, like Davos and St. Moritz, developed around popular summer resorts. And my, how they’ve grown! The Rockies snowpack and its black diamonds, bumps, steeps, drops, bowls, moguls, and chutes are ready. The legendary pistes are corduroy-groomed in the Alps, awaiting the schussers and bunnies. In this Luxury Defined collection of homes, we go off-piste to spotlight ski chalets in famous Alpine destinations, from La Clusaz and Kitzbühel, to the thrill-seekers’ ski meccas of Aspen, Telluride, and Big Sky, Montana, in the Rocky Mountains. It may be a bright, crisp winter, but it’s all downhill from here!
Big Sky Resort is a skier’s paradise, an hour south of Bozeman, Montana. This home, in the resort’s exclusive Cascade Ridge community, is set into the mountainside, allowing residents to ski from the front door to the resort’s 6,000-acre terrain. The property has a charming log façade and richly appointed interiors, including vaulted ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, wood floors with radiant heating, and large windows to showcase the mountain views. The thoughtful floorplan includes six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a media room, gourmet kitchen, two decks, and a garage. The property comes with access to the exclusive Cascade Ridge Lodge, pictured above, which offers a host of luxury amenities, including a swimming pool, hot tub, fitness center, and game room.
You can find this luxury property in Big Sky’s Cascade Ridge neighborhood, a 24-home gated community perched on a hilltop overlooking the Mountain Village.
PHOTO: Big Sky MT home featuring 103 Cascade Ridge. For more information, contact listing agents Sandy Revisky at (406) 539-6316 or William Feher at (406) 600-0275.