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Location: Townsend, Montana
Sitting on over 40 acres in Montana’s Big Belt Mountains, a section of the Rockies, this 2000-built home is certainly one of the most unusual we’ve seen lately. The 2,400-square-foot home, billed as “neomodernist” by the listing, has a rounded profile clad in Galvalume siding, which makes it look a bit like a converted grain silo home from afar. But it’s arguably even more interesting on the inside.
Designed by architect William Massie, the residence seems to be organized around a spiral metal staircase on three floors, with each level offering a linear space and scenic views framed on each end. The modern interiors include a living room and open kitchen/dining area, an open plan bedroom with curved built-ins, and a top-level study.
According to the listing, part of the appeal of the property is also proximity to recreation. Close by are ample hunting and fishing opportunities, as well as ski areas and Yellowstone National Park.
Listed at the beginning of June, the property at 40 Elk Haven Court wants $625,000.