Captivating Castle, Montana
Property Types: Home, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
- Attached Garage
The only thing missing in this phenomenal home is the red carpet to welcome you in! As you walk through and gaze at the high-end, exquisite finishes like the porcelain, granite and hardwoods, you cannot help but feel like royalty. The craftsmanship is astonishing, and you will be wowed by the spectacular specifics of this never-lived-in home. There is ample space in this 7,400 square foot dwelling with two wet bars, walk-in closets, a jetted tub, library, family rooms, living rooms, safe room, and a lush and landscaped yard. Get to planning social events because this home boasts the necessities to astonish your guests. Host a movie night in the entertainment loft with its 20’ x 15’ movie screen! Let your friends peruse the wine collection in the wine cellar. The elaborate wrought iron railings assist you throughout the home, and the kitchen is diversified with upscale appliances. Natural light beams in through grand windows exposing mountains, farm land, and the rural countryside in the distance. Hunting is prominent in this location so while the guys are off adventuring and stalking, the ladies can enjoy the three-level home for relaxing and leisure. The estate additionally includes access to a private airstrip that is rarely used but available for added convenience and accommodation. Enjoy all the recreational activities the Whitehall area has to offer such as hiking, ATV-ing, biking, fishing, and much more. Live in comfort and enjoy the home that has it all!
Settled down in the Jefferson Valley, Whitehall, Montana lies along the I-90 corridor, 26 miles east of Butte and 60 miles west of Bozeman. The peaks of the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountain Ranges jut into the surrounding skyline and are covered with Deerlodge National Forest. The township of Whitehall was historically recognized by Jefferson County on September 30, 1890 after originally maintaining as a station for the Northern Pacific and the Montana Railroad. It now supports approximately 3000 rural and in-town residents. The cozy community offers a large array of businesses such as restaurants, gas stations, mechanics, a library, a medical and dental office, and an elementary and high school to proficiently accommodate lodgers and locals. The area is bustling with recreational activities and opportunities with Jefferson River just a stone’s throw away for fishing, or visit the blue-ribbon trout streams of Beaverhead, Big Hole, and Madison Rivers, an hour’s drive away. Additionally, there are numerous areas for hiking, backpacking, camping, four-wheeling, and snowmobiling. Take in the beloved and beautiful scenery or all of the wildlife: White-tailed and Mule Deer, Elk, Moose, Antelope, Wild Turkeys, Pheasant, Coyotes, and the rare sightings of bear and wolves. Hunting is a big local and lucrative tradition.
Lewis and Clark Caverns Need more to see and do? Visit the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park for a guided tour of amazing limestone caves to display the unique geology. The caverns are one of the largest known limestone caverns in the Northwest. The state park also offers camping, trails for hiking or biking, a state-of-the-art visitor center, a gift shop, amphitheater, interpretive events, and more.
Ringing Rocks The famous Ringing Rocks offer an unforgettable memory best described as a jumbled pile of boulders that when tapped with a hammer or wrench ring melodically. Although there is currently not a scientific explanation available, it is thought the chiming is caused by the combination of rock and the way the patterns have formed as the rocks have eroded away. Mysteriously, if you remove a rock from the pile, it no longer rings! Make Whitehall your next destination. Surely, this area has something for you!