This gorgeous, wood-clad lakeside house was constructed in 1990 as a love nest for Kiefer Sutherland together with his soon-to-be-wife Julia Roberts. Sorry to say, she called off the wedding 3 days before they were due to walk down the aisle. Luckily, the property’s charm has been a lot more enduring than their romance, and the home makes it into the top four most favored listings.
Now called Golden Bear Ranch, it’s probably the most desirable estates in the modest, peaceful Western town of Whitefish, Montana, and also was totally remodeled in 2015 by the present owner.
As you may expect of an estate basically created by A-listers, it’s secluded and also private, enclosed by highest alpine trees, with a winding path down a slope from the house to a boathouse on the side of the still Whitefish Lake.
The home didn’t sell therefore it is back in the marketplace at the cheaper price of $10.5 million, down from $11.995 million.
The house is 8,000 square feet, with 5 bedrooms and also 6 bathrooms over 3 floors. It is located on five-and-a-half gated acres, with more than 200 feet of what Mr. Laabs assumes is the nicest level, pebble beach Whitefish Lake provides.
Wine collectors are nicely catered for with a cellar created from reclaimed wood, being similar to an old mining shaft. Which means are big kids : there’s a games room, filled with retro pinball machine as well as pool table along with a nine-hole frisbee golf course. In the event you fancy a dip in the lake there’s a patio shower for when you clamber out, or perhaps you can just stay with the hot tub. The 2,200-square-foot guesthouse has 2 bedrooms as well as bathrooms, while the boathouse on the water’s side features its own kitchen area, bar and bathroom as well as Murphy bed to accommodate extra visitors.
Whitefish is a small town in the Northern Rocky Mountains of Montana that seems appealing outdoorsy sorts on the border of Glacier National Park. It’s only 10 minutes from skiing at the Whitefish Mountain Resort. “Vogue” has rolled over it as being one of the U.S.’s ideal spots for skiing, describing it as humble but arty., It includes a theater company as well as a literary magazine, Whitefish Review. During the summer time months it’s all about biking, hiking, kayaking and then paddle boarding.