Craftsman Farmhouse

2677 square feet, two levels, three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms

This amazing home was built upon the foundation of the demolished 1909 farmhouse in which the homeowner lived as a youth. The new floor plan is nearly the same as the original farmhouse, making changes and additions to suit the homeowner's needs. The main living space has tremendous views of the Bitterroot Mountains through a continuous series of windows facing west and south. The openess of the floor plan provides unhindered site access and traffic flow between the kitchen, dining and living room areas, all of which are accessed directly from the front entry and porch area. 

The homeowners love the natural woodwork and the various species of wood utilized in the flooring, trim work, cabinets, stairway, ceiling and throughout the house.  The Craftsman style wainscoting truly adds a period-appropriate statement to an already beautiful mosaic of wood species and color tones. The fireplace stonework, as well as the counters and backsplashes in the kitchen and bathrooms, combined with the various color and style selections, work together to create a "homey" and warm feel in the home.

The front porch is a favorite place for the homeowners and their guests. The gorgeous stonework on the pillars, the wood timber entry, the beautiful cedar decking and railing on both the front porch and back deck, and the corrugated metalwork give the home exceptional curb appeal.


110 FABERS WAY, HAMILTON, MONTANA 59840 | PHONE: (406) 363-3389

110 FABERS WAY, HAMILTON, MONTANA 59840 | PHONE: (406) 363-3389