Vernacular architecture is the design practice of creating spaces that honor and celebrate the local environment. Through careful site planning and sourcing of local materials, homes can amplify and beautify the natural setting. Custom Residence 36 is a stunning example of vernacular architecture, featuring a home design that effortlessly blends into the sloped land, showcasing a local palette of colors and materials
This 9,422 square foot home in the Andesite Ridge neighborhood features stylish living spaces that embody modern mountain design: expansive black-framed windows set against crisp white interiors, open and airy floorplan, and metal and stone detailing throughout. With two levels of living space, a three-car garage, and a separate guest house, this residence offers space for large gatherings in any season
The home’s main level includes many gathering and entertaining spaces, including the kitchen, dining, and great room area, as well as doors that open out to the outdoor kitchen, patio, and hot tub. The north wing of this level features two bedroom suites: the spacious owner’s suite, complete with fireplace and private deck, and the well-appointed junior suite
An open staircase leads to the home’s lower level, where four additional guest rooms—including two bunk rooms—offer ample accommodations for guests. The spacious rec room and outdoor patio areas round out this level
A separate guest home, with entry stairs adjacent to the garage, offers incredible luxury for guests. With two full bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + powder room, kitchen, living room, and private deck, this guest house is its own fully functioning residence—yet the bustle of the main house is mere steps away. From this location in the Andesite Ridge neighborhood, Custom Residence 36 frames mountain views in all directions, capturing the wide-open feel of Big Sky country, while still remaining easily accessible to all of the beloved Club amenities of the Village Core.