315 Brown Pony Trail

Estimated Monthly Payment: $4,329/mo 315 Brown Pony Trail, Belgrade, MT 59714 MLS# 326219 Residential Listing Status: Active
4
4
2,950 sqft
101
19
0
0

REMARKS:

Real luxury w/ abundant natural light, clean air in a rural setting on 20 acres. With attention to detail this property offers the combination of location, style distinction & exceptional amenities. The open living space of this home offers panoramic views of the Gallatin Valley & surrounding mountains. This custom log home has the character, charm, & comfortable elegance that everyone will enjoy - quality construction & stunning views. Turnkey property, meticulously maintained. Includes a custom log 2 car garage & delightful studio apt. Extensive landscaping by Cashman's. About 25 minutes to Bozeman. Expansive wraparound deck, circle drive, 20x40 loafing barn, tack shed, outdoor hydrant & perimeter fenced for horses. Interior finish includes brushed fir flooring, T&G ceiling, knotty pine cabinets, rustic fir breakfast bar, hand selected knotty log railing & much more. Heated garage w/custom cabinets & workbench. Also has Solar Hot Water. A property that you will not want to leave.

OVERVIEW:

Residential
Single Family Residence
Active
Certificate Of Survey COS
Metal
20.06
2950
2000
Detached Garage, Garage Door Opener
2
Baseboard Heat, Electric, Propane, Radiant
Ceiling Fan(s)
Phone Connected, Septic Available, Water Available
None
Farmland, Meadow, Mountain View, Rural, Southern Exposure

FEATURES:

Vaulted Ceiling, Walk-In Closet, Window Treatments
Balcony, Deck, Porch
Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Carpet, Hardwood

ROOM INFO:

4
4
3
1

FINANCIAL:

$910,000
$2,152
2017

NEIGHBORHOOD & SCHOOL INFORMATION:

Courtesy of Carolyne Calvin, Keller Williams Montana Realty

 

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