Our home sits on 20 pristine acres of Ponderosa and Tamarack pines overlooking Lake Mary Ronan. For as far as you can see, there is not another house in sight, just mountains, trees and lake views. Located 7 miles off of U.S. Highway 93 on the west side of Flathead Lake, Lake Mary Ronan sits at the end of the road. There is no through traffic at all, which provides a very serene and quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The house itself is a custom built 4 bedroom 2 bath home, and is divided up to provide privacy within. The main living area and kitchen are connected to the sleeping wing by a 40 foot long, 7 foot wide gallery that has access to the outdoor dining area and can be closed off to ensure quiet for the late sleepers. The house is 2100 sq. ft. with 2000 sq. ft. of outdoor terraces, and there are sliding glass doors from all rooms to invite nature inside and easy access to the hot tub. The bedrooms are set up for comfort with great views from all, and we have 1 king, 2 queens, and a set of twin bunk beds. The main bathroom in the sleeping wing has a large soaking tub, a shower, a washer and dryer, and even a fireplace! The main living area is very cozy, with lake views through a stretch of glass 16 feet wide where you can sit and watch the fire in the outdoor fire ring or the horseshoe game going on outside. A 46' LCD HD TV and a DVD player provides entertainment for watching movies from the video library and a stereo system provides music indoors and out. A custom rock wood burning, gas starting fireplace graces the corner of the room and provides a warm atmosphere on the cool nights in the mountains. A bedroom and bathroom with a shower are located right off the main living area, which can be closed off with the mahogany pocket doors for privacy at night. There are sliding glass doors to the back terrace, another more private space to sit and read and relax while gazing out into the woods. The Murphy bed in this room folds up and out of the way during the day, which gives you even more space to enjoy. The gourmet kitchen boasts a commercial 48' 6 - burner stove with a grill, a flat top and double ovens with broilers and a commercial stainless hood system. The large pantry provides ample space for groceries and dry goods and holds small appliances like the popcorn machine, the pasta machine, blenders, etc. The kitchen also has a 29 sq. ft. refrigerator/freezer, a dishwasher, a huge butcher block island with hand sink and is fully equipped and stocked with small appliances, flatware, plates, glasses, etc.
- House2100 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay3 nights
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, Sleeps 8
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- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- Aug 16, 2018
Why Andy Stumpf chose Proctor
This house and property is very unique. it was built to enjoy nature and the outdoors as well for art, food, wine and the finer things in life. The gallery with the outdoor space attached gives a sense of both city and country living at the same time.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Amazing location and home!
Everything was perfect. We could feel hospitality in every part of our experience. Definitely will be back.
Beautiful Secluded Oasis
We loved our stay here. The space was clean and spacious and the property was absolutely stunningly beautiful.
Perfect get away for winter activities! Snow showing in April was amazing. Love it!
Lovely. Quiet. Beautiful home inside and out. Truly wonderful experience. Blessed to have stayed.
What a gift to have stayed here. Comfortable. Quiet. Clean. The beauty of the house inside and out was extraordinary. Rhonda does a great job preparing the home for our arrival. She then made sure we had everything we needed. Down to the smallest detail.
We cooked. We luaghed. We snow shoed. We prayed. We watched movies. We communicated. We burned lots of wood. We hot tubed. It could not have been a better time of peace and happiness. A little slice of heaven.
Peaceful relaxing setting.
Beautiful, quiet setting. With an amazing view of the lake. So close to many activities but it feels as if you are in your own secluded paradise!
Amazing secluded getaway
This place went above and beyond our expectations! We were very late getting in as our whole drive was in a snowstorm. Rhonda, the property manager, texted with us the whole time to make sure we were ok, had the road to the house plowed twice, and was even there to greet us in person at 9pm when we finally got there. The house itself is incredible, even better than pictures, with an incredible view of Lake Mary Ronan and the mountains with snow covered forests. It was clean, stylish but comfortable, and stocked with all the essentials (coffee/tea/spices/towels/shampoo). We especially liked the living room and bathroom fireplaces, and sitting in the hot tub under the stars in the snowy forest. Everything about this property is so gorgeous in the winter, we can't wait to see it in the summer! Thank you so much Rhonda for making our stay so great!
Lake Mary Ronan Lodge, just one mile away, offers a full bar and restaurant, boat rental and baithouse. Enjoy fireworks in the summer, the blues festival in the fall, ice golf and snowmobile poker runs in the winter, and gambling and Sunday brunch year round. Also on Lake Mary Ronan is the historic Camp Tuffit, and Adirondack style camp that is a throwback to old style family fun. The annual crayfish races are attended by hundreds. Mission Mountain Winery is just down the road with a tasting room open daily May through October. Sip wine under the pergola while watching the sailboats in Dayton harbor. Sailboats can be rented at the old bank building in Dayton across from the organic farm. For the 4 wheelers and dirt bikers, the famous Wild Bill Recreation Area is nearby and offers miles of trails and obstacles. Lake Mary Ronan Lodge sponsors several poker runs a year through the area trails, a great way to take in views with some of the locals. No need to trailer your toys, access the trail system right from the house. Long distance bicycling and mountain biking are also popular here. The Confederated Salish and Kootenia Indian Reservation is a short drive and offers fabulous views of Chief Cliff, a prime spirit-quest landmark. Standing Arrow Pow Wow is held in July and is open to the public. For a nice day trip, head to the town of Hot Springs. There are several natural pools to choose from, and restaurants for lunch or dinner. Polson, a half hour drive south boasts a golf course on the shores of Flathead Lake, live theater, shopping, art galleries, and restaurants. Boat tours and rafting companies are ready to take you out on the largest fresh water lake west of the Mississippi. Lakeside, 20 minutes north offers the Tamarack Brew Pub with great food and live music, the Docks lakeshore dining and more boat rentals and fishing guides as well as the Blacktail Ski Resort for all your winter fun.