Skywood Retreat is a 4,155-square-foot luxury log home nestled on a 20-acre lot at the meadow of Lone Mountain. The home is captivating, with warm ambiance and exquisite craftsmanship. Cedar shake siding and log slabs exterior create a natural charm, while the interior features handcrafted details and reclaimed wood accents, especially in the awe-inspiring great room with its double-faced fireplace and reclaimed flooring.
The main floor encompasses the central hub of the great room, dining room, and kitchen, which boasts a Malibu red granite countertop and rustic barn aesthetic. The upper level offers two suites with walk-in closets and bathrooms, while the guesthouse features a full kitchen, laundry room, and garage suite bedroom.
Beyond the retreat's interior, the location adds to its allure and provides seclusion, privacy, and breathtaking mountain views. With easy access to Big Sky’s Meadow Village and Town Center, residents enjoy easy access to cultural and recreational amenities.
A standout feature of Skywood Retreat is the unique breezeway, which seamlessly connects the guest and main houses, creating a harmonious space for both guests and hosts. This architectural masterpiece perfectly balances luxury, rustic charm, and its stunning surroundings, offering a tranquil and refined living experience interconnected with the greater landscape.
“We appreciate Doug’s workmanship and his dedication to construction, so it was natural for us to gravitate to him. We wanted to be confident that we had a builder looking out for our benefit and one who builds quality homes. He’s been building homes in that area for more than 25 years and he understands climatic conditions up there.”
Kirk Michels Architect