The 1915 Barn Amenities

When renovating the barn we incorporated many amenities that we found useful during our personal travels. The use of technology (WiFi, satellite TV, intercom system, sound system), building design (rooms are spacious and well-lit, symmetry is used to aid in ease of movement), quality of construction (fine materials accented by quality workmanship) and antique decor (fine antique furniture and period accents that reflect the past) are just a few of the ways we tried to create a homelike environment in this historic building. Below is a list of some of the amenities that you will find.

General Amenities:

  • Antique D├ęcor throughout
  • Radiant floor heating (includes both single car garages)
  • Intercom system (every bedroom, kitchen)
  • Protected by an alarm system
  • DirecTV with 100+ channels
  • Soft, purified water
  • First floor ADA compliant
  • Outdoor decks on both floors
  • Downstairs dining seats up to 26

Each Bedroom:

  • Custom headboards with reclaimed, antique wood
  • Hilton mattresses, sheets and pillows
  • Private bathroom: shower/sink/toilet
  • Sound system (for your iPod, iPad, Computer, etc.)
  • Sitting Area

Complete Kitchen:

  • Dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, 5-burner stove
  • Extra refrigerator/freezer in garage bay
  • 20 place settings
  • Various serving/baking dishes
  • Calphalon cookware
  • Washing machine and dryer


  • 32 feet by 60 feet open area w/hardwood floor
  • Surround sound system
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Basketball hoop (absolutely no dunking!)
  • Valley Slate Pool Table (North Garage)


  • Views of Gallatin Valley and surrounding mountains
  • Quiet and secluded yet 10 minutes from town
  • 5K groomed cross country ski trail
  • Creek fishing
  • Horseshoes
  • Bocce balls
  • Badminton
  • Wiffle Ball
  • Walking/jogging/bike path
  • Run through the Sprinkler


  • Historic Downtown Bozeman
  • Hyalite Canyon and Reservoir
  • Hot springs (Bozeman, Chico and Norris)
  • Bridger and Big Sky ski areas
  • Montana State University
  • Museum of the Rockies