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It dapples through the trees, over bedded elk and across a stone laid fire pit. The warm glow traces over beautifully landscaped and manicured lawns, then pauses at a magnificent home. It reaches up the intricate stonework, glistening with morning dew, kisses the curved timbers and sets the cedar siding ablaze. It pours across spacious decks and into a massive window.
The morning light floods into the great room, across the hand scraped hickory floors and up the soaring stone chimney, finally to the massive fir timbers that span above. The light softens as it breezes into a deluxe chef’s kitchen, glinting over the black granite counters and setting the stainless steel appliances aglow. It settles over the dining space, turning a stained window into a dazzling display. As the light seeps through the curtains of the spacious master suite, you stir, slip from the warm sheets onto the heated floor and into a grand master bath, the warm glow of the copper tub mimicking the morning sun.
This one of a kind, 5564± square foot home, offering 5 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths, would be the envy in Aspen or even the Yellowstone Club, yet in Butte it is truly one of a kind. Designed by architect Andrew Brechbuehler and the seller, attention to every detail is meticulous. Heavy fir timbers grace the exterior and traverse the soaring great room. Two, Thompson Falls, stone mantels anchor the pair of pellet stoves. The home features deluxe, granite counters, slate back splashes and flooring, hickory trim and custom cabinets throughout. Spacious mud and laundry rooms make for easy living. The home is highly insulated and is designed to take full advantage of passive solar and is heated with efficient in floor and baseboard hot water heat as well as the 2, 50,000 BTU pelle
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