6A Preservation Way
4,370 sq ft 5 br 7 ba
While the Settlement neighborhood of the Yellowstone Club pays homage to those who graced this land before, the residences here are a vision in looking forward. The Settlement has redefined the triplex: these elegant units each offer over four-thousand square feet of living space, with a design that captures the advantages of living in a close-knit community while preserving tranquility, open space, and privacy. Each of the 36 units in the Settlement neighborhood reflect modern trends in home design while maintaining the timeless appeal of mountain architecture. Settlement 6B, currently offered for sale, is a beautiful example of the design and character standards for this neighborhood.
This unit, located at 6A Preservation Way, is a short drive, walk, or ski from the Camphouse Fitness Center and Village core—lending the home a sense of connectedness and community. Still, this neighborhood never forgets the wilderness: large windows on all three levels open to views of Eglise Mountain and southward to the Gallatin Range, a constant reminder of one’s place in the untamed beauty of Southwest Montana. This home’s architecture serves as an astute compliment to the natural surroundings: weathered timber and stacked stone exteriors repurpose regional materials into a modern, airy home.
Settlement 1A features an elegant covered entry that welcomes guests into the home. Open stairs lead to the upper and lower floors—their see-through design creates a cohesiveness between levels and helps to visually grow the space. The great room, on the main level, is a favorite: warm furnishings, sleek wooden beams, and the crisp edges of the fireplace all contribute to the contemporary feel. The covered porch off the great room is the perfect elevation from which to watch the daylight fade. The kitchen includes ample cabinet storage, a large center island with sink and barstool seating, and, naturally, high-end appliances.
The upper level is home to the master suite. The southern-facing bedroom drinks in the views, and the gable roof vaults the ceiling, lending this room an expansive, open feel. The master bath features dark woods that pop against white fixtures and walls. Opt to configure the second upstairs bedroom as a home office space to devote the entire upper floor for the owners’ suite. The lower level includes ample accommodations for guests: three bedrooms, each of which open to the lower patio and hot tub area. The lower level also provides gathering spaces like the game room and wet bar. Taken together, this unit offers contemporary mountain-side living with incredible convenience—a wonderful setting for future generations to carry on traditions in this special corner of the world.