Houzz Tour: Rustic Cabin With Dive-In Pond
Set on 22 acres and with as many modern comforts as rugged trails, this Montana home is an outdoor lover's paradise
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It looks like Teddy Roosevelt slept here from the outside, but this cutting-edge platinum LEED-certified home is new. Highline Partners, Montana homebuilders that specialize in sustainable building, built a rustic cabin that looks as though it could have been a trapper's house 100 years ago, while meeting the clients' desires for a sustainable home. The team mixed the best parts of vernacular architecture with environmentally friendly moves, including a pond that serves as a geothermal mass for heat. "The house was built with nature, sustainability and the surrounding environment in mind, while also trying to seem like a very old historic homestead," says project manager Ty Frackiewicz. Erika Jennings of Carole Sisson Designs did the interior design.