128 Moosewood Road
5 BD, 5 BA, 5022 SqFt, 6.04 Acres
The property is 6 acres in its entirety. The house -- an unforgettable architectural masterpiece, with its sod roofs and reclaimed barnwood exterior -- blends with a rolling, grassy lawn. This clearing is encircled by enchanting forest, carpeted with grouse whortleberry and morels. Winding between pines, down a gentle slope, a path leads to the clear, tumbling waters of North Fork of the Gallatin River, creating the northern property boundary. Nordic skiing trails wind around the neighborhood... it's *almost* ski-in / ski-out. The synergy between Comma Q Architecture and Big Sky Build created a home where you can expect the delightfully unexpected. Big Sky Design LLC, headed by Jodee March, oversaw the interior updates and furnishings makeover, completed in June 2017. All furnishings convey. Petit motifs seamlessly flow from room-to-room, from inside to outside, keeping residents and guests on their toes and on the look-out for treasures along the path. Intriguing textures, curious doors and clever cabinets invite to touch, push, pull, open and peek within.
You’ll ask to be pinched. Enticing, bohemian porch and patio areas offer views of diverse ecotones, from rugged Lone Peak to thick forest. They're perfect settings for morning tea, afternoon siestas and evening barbecues.
The frame and design of the structure rest upon principles of efficiency and sustainability. The entire space was conceived to ensure the maximum use of lumber, minimal waste and long-lasting structural integrity. Each cabinet and storage space maximizes the use of space. Sustainable materials add an element of eco-chic, with sod roofs, countertops made from recycled paper and sustainably-harvested sorghum, concrete floors, and bamboo cabinets. Two kitchens? But, of course. This is a place to engage and entertain. The main kitchen, outfitted with multiple ovens and sweeping countertops, employs every square inch to maximize a chef’s ability to play, create and organize. A catering kitchen provides party staff a comfortable, secluded workspace while keeping the main living area open for you and your charmed guests. If there were one word to describe this space: HAPPY! Children will be entranced by a top-secret bunkroom tucked behind a mysterious bookcase entry. A playroom outfitted with chalkboards, ladders and plenty of storage space for toys will entertain the little ones for hours. A second kids’ bedroom is the incarnation of every child’s dream treehouse.