If you’ve got an extra eight figures burning a hole in your pocket and you’re looking to upgrade—or downgrade, as the case may be—your living situation, you may want to take a look at these homes. Some are ranches, some are lake-view estates, one is a private island, but they do have one thing in common: They have a big price tag. Here are 10 fabulously expensive homes in Montana!
This cozy three-bedroom, three-bath Swedish cope log home has over 4,800 square-feet of interior living space and separate guest quarters. It also happens to have 500 feet of Whitefish Lake frontage. Swift Creek traces one border of this 35-acre property. For just $20 million, this spot could be yours.
This ski-in, ski-out home at Yellowstone Club boasts almost 15,000 square-feet of living space, both indoor and outdoor. The residence is encircled by a water feature that ends in a large pond that’s adorned with a fountain. A theater, wine room, and ski room are just a few of the features that make this seven-bedroom, 10-bath home spectacular. It is currently listed at $14 million.
With 10 bedrooms and six full baths, you may have a hard time choosing a bed in this 17,500-square-foot home worth about $20 million. But with its sweeping views of Canyon Ferry Lake and the 640 acres of ranch land, you’ll likely end up in the master wing with its sunroom and elevated Jacuzzi tub.
Nestled onto 500 feet of Flathead Lake shoreline, this $16 million eight-bedroom, four-bath home is 15,000 square-feet of pure luxury. A gym, theater, indoor pool, and library are some of the stunning interior features. A gated entry and a boat house complete the exterior of this 26-acre estate.
At 25,000 square-feet and $27.5 million, it’s probably not surprising that the most expensive house featured here also happens to be the biggest. The estate sits on 17 acres and includes a 10-bedroom main residence, multiple guest quarters, outbuildings, a grotto-style pool, and an underground shooting range.
Smith Creek bisects this 10-acre estate that sits 585 feet of Whitefish Lake shoreline. In addition to the five-bedroom, five-bath 9,740-square-foot main home, there is a 660-square-foot cabin and entertaining patio across the arched stone bridge that straddles the mouth of Smith Creek where it runs into Whitefish Lake. This home will set you back $13.5 million.
Why buy a house when you can buy a castle on a private island? Located on Flathead Lake, that’s exactly what Montana’s Shelter Island Estate is. This 21,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, eight-bath estate is surrounded by 22 acres of wooded island. The boat house also has 2,600 square feet of living space for guests. This estate has a $22.75 million price tag.
Sitting on 40 wooded mountainside acres, this 10,200-square-foot home has four bedrooms and six full baths. Limestone Creek flows across the $12.9 million property, which is located with the Eagle Rock community and access to its equestrian facilities and private trail system.
This five-bedroom, six-bath home was designed and lived in by renowned architect Jerry Locati. Described as a “family compound,” the 8,900-square-foot residence sits on 21-plus acres of land that’s been meticulously landscaped. Two lakes, waterfalls, a plunge pool, and outdoor fireplaces complement the interior living space. This one is going for roughly $11.5 million.
Located along three and a half miles of the Yellowstone River, this 5,500-acre ranch is an outdoorsman’s dream retreat. The $19.5 million, three-bedroom main residence is 9,500 square-feet and contains a workshop. A guesthouse, multiple outbuildings and an indoor riding arena add to the landscape of this mountain-backdropped ranch.