Andesite Ridge at Yellowstone Club
       
     
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Andesite Ridge at Yellowstone Club
       
     
Andesite Ridge at Yellowstone Club

At 8,000 foot altitude this 4300 square foot home qualifies as a true mountain home. The owner and his family are from Houston and spend much of the summer in the mountains as a retreat from the heat of Texas. The design features two sod roofs and a detached cabin linked by a dining breezeway. The entire home is reclaimed wood and has a unique intimacy as well as expansive views. The home is heated by radiant heat with seven geothermal wells, making it one of the most efficient projects at the Yellowstone club.

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Andersite Ridge
       
     
Andersite Ridge

Big Sky, Montana

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