This property is bordered by vast Conservation Easements forever protecting this scenic area. The Seeley-Swan Valley is one of the last remaining unspoiled ecosystems & wildlife habitats in North America, attributed in part to efforts by conservation organizations. Once arriving to this wild mountain property; commanding 360 views will leave you AWE INSPIRED, not only as to the property & location but the supreme quality of the handcrafted log residence & 2 bedroom, custom log guest house. The majority of Douglas Fir logs were imported from British Columbia & measure upwards of 20 in diameter, setting off this architecturally elegant home boasting over 6000 sq ft of luxury living. The 4-car detached, heated garage features approx. 1500 sq ft of self-contained 2bedroom, 1 bath living quarters above. Enter the main residence via masterfully handcrafted slab doors that open into the foyer & soaring great room, featuring 2 of 3 fireplaces. From there the essence of true Montana living continues. The interior of this magnificent home features natural stone fireplaces with propane igniters, old growth Hickory flooring, an open floor plan fit for entertaining, numerous picture windows & a west facing prow over 30 high taking in the majestic Mission Mountains. To the east is the Swan Mountains & Holland Peak at 9365. To the west, the glaciate peaks of the Mission Mountains Wilderness. Aspen, Birch, Larch, Ponderosa Pine & Doug Fir are meticulously used throughout the home & guest quarters capturing true natural elegance with detailed craftsmanship. A mile of Cooney Creeks rippling waters run through the property year-round, nurturing scores of young Bull Trout as they make their way to the Swan River. According to a Feb 2007 news release by The Vital Ground Foundation, Cooney Creek contains one of the few remaining genetically pure strains of West Slope Cutthroat trout in the Swan Valley & constitutes important rearing habitat for juvenile bull trout & other, less sensitive fish species.