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Location: Whitefish, Montana
The Skinny: Montana architect Nick Fullerton once told Architectural Digest that his primary interest is in "creating architecture that blends with the environment, in terms of both materials and how it is sited." A 2006 home he designed, built with mahogany floors and sited overlooking 9.73 acres of wilderness in Whitefish, Montana, is back on the market with a price of $2,495,000. With sleek cabinetry in the kitchen and bathrooms, a limestone slab fireplace, and a stylish lineup of pendant lights, the interior is more modern than you'd expect for a Montana lodge, which is due in large part to the work of Clodagh, the Manhattan-based interior design firm that collaborated with Fullerton on the home.
Wide "entertaining decks" are situated on both sides of the 5,700-square-foot home's glassy great room, where the fireplace is flanked by a cool stack of built-in cabinets and a cubby for the stowing of logs. The kitchen has Kumbuck counters, and a tall cylindrical wood-fired brick oven. Put on the market for $2.95M just three years after it was built, it's since been pricechopped by nearly half a million dollars, in its five-or-so years of being listed, delisted, and listed yet again.
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