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1 Bed
1 Bath
6 Guests
Exterior An amazing winter setting. Bring along your snow sled.Exterior Deluxe log cabin in the foothills of the fantastic Crazy Mountains.Exterior Quintessential Montana log cabin in a grove of pine trees with great mountain views.Exterior Outdoor patio.Exterior A perfect deck for evening cocktails or morning coffee.Exterior Relax on the deck and enjoy the views and visiting wildlife.Exterior Take a morning stroll or bike ride on the quiet country roads or a short drive to get to trails on National Forest land. Exterior A beautiful rock fireplace is the focal point of the living area.Exterior A nice fireplace to get warm.Exterior A complete kitchen with brand new appliances.Exterior The kitchen opens to the dining area and has an electric range and oven, microwave, dishwasher and all the cookware and serving ware you could need.Exterior The kitchen opens to the dining area and has an electric range and oven, microwave, dishwasher and all the cookware and serving ware you could need.Exterior The dining table seats six and there is also stool seating at the counter. Exterior The dining table seats six and there is also stool seating at the counter. Exterior The living area is open to the dining room.Exterior The second bedroom is actually an open loft up over the living area.Exterior The master bedroom with a luxurious king size bed.Exterior The master bedroom has a king-size bed with luxurious bedding for a restful night's sleep. Exterior Clawfoot tub and a separate shower in the bath.Exterior The full bathroom is on the main level of the cabin and is set up with an old fashioned claw-foot tub as well as a separate shower.Exterior The loft bedroom is set up with a queen size bed and two additional twin beds.Exterior The loft bedroom upstairs with a queen size bed and two single beds.Exterior The loft bedroom is set up with a queen size bed and two additional twin beds.Exterior The loft bedroom is set up with a queen size bed and two additional twin beds.Exterior The loft bedroom is set up with a queen size bed and two additional twin beds.Exterior Seating area in the loft.Exterior A nice place to relax in the evening.Exterior The Crazy Mountains to the east are nearly all you see.Exterior Views of the rugged Crazy Mountains is all you can see from the home!Exterior Views of the rugged Crazy Mountains is all you can see from the home!Exterior Relax on the deck and enjoy the views and visiting wildlife.Exterior The Crazy Mountain range is right out the back door.

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Description

Deluxe log cabin in the foothills of the fantastic Crazy Mountains.
Relax on the deck and enjoy the views and visiting wildlife.
Take a morning stroll or bike ride on the quiet country roads or a short drive to get to trails on National Forest land.
Horse corrals are available for those of you that would like to bring your horses.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: This log cabin is about as perfect as they come! Hand hewn logs, rock fireplace, gorgeous views and total privacy! The cabin is located in the foothills of the Crazy Mountains, about 20 minute from the tiny town of Clyde Park in the Shields River valley, and about 45 minutes from Livingston. Please note, winter guests will want to have a four-wheel drive vehicle.

BEDROOMS AND BATHS: The home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The master bedroom has a king-size bed with luxurious bedding for a restful night's sleep. The second bedroom is actually an open loft up over the living area. The loft bedroom is set up with a queen size bed and two additional twin beds. This bedroom also has the best in bedding and a warm and attractive decor. The full bathroom is on the main level of the cabin and is set up with an old fashioned claw-foot tub as well as a separate shower. Crazy Mountain Cabin can comfortably sleep six guests.

KITCHEN: The kitchen opens to the dining area and has an electric range and oven, microwave, dishwasher and all the cookware and serving ware you could need. The dining table seats six and there is also stool seating at the counter.

LIVING ROOM: The cozy living room has a stone fireplace and French doors to the deck. The furnishings are very tasteful, as well as comfortable. Gorgeous artwork and tapestries in the cabin really add that special touch. There is a big screen television with satellite and a DVD player, as well as some games, puzzles and books for more quiet entertainment. There are music channels available through the satellite TV, as well as an iPod docking station.

SETTING, ACREAGE, VIEWS: The home sits on over 100 acres in a secluded location North of Livingston. Views of the rugged Crazy Mountains is all you can see from the home!

OUTDOOR AMENITIES: The home has a large deck with plenty of outdoor furniture and a gas grill. Bird and wildlife-watching opportunities abound.

CLOSEST TOWN AND AIRPORT: It's about 30 to 35 miles to Livingston and 60 miles to Bozeman and Bozeman's Yellowstone International airport.

ACTIVITIES NEARBY: Besides hiking and mountain biking right out the door, there is fishing, horseback riding, golf, skiing, and more! Don’t miss the adorable towns of Wilsall and Clyde Park. The towns of Livingston, Gardiner and Bozeman have an amazing array of shops and restaurants as well. Tour Yellowstone National Park which is only an hour and a half away.

Amenities

Living

  • Fireplace
  • Linens
  • No Air Conditioning
  • Phone
  • Washer & Dryer
  • Internet

Outdoor

  • Deck
  • Gas Grill

Geographic

  • On more than 100 acres
  • Under 2 hrs to Yellowstone Park

Entertainment

  • DVD Player
  • Ipod docking station
  • Satellite TV

Kitchen

  • Dishwasher
  • Full Kitchen
  • Microwave

Beds

  • King 1
  • Queen 1
  • Twin 2

Availability

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Location

Reviews

Some day I will just disappear into those mountain

Reviewed on2019-12-20 by
Updated on 2019-09-16
5
The cabin was absolutely beautiful, well-appointed, and even more comfortable than we had imagined it would be. The owner checked in with us the evening of our arrival to make sure we had made it ok. Joan was kind enough to offer us some sleds which she said she would drive up and drop off. That is going the extra mile! The scenery from the cabin is absolutely something so beautiful, peaceful, and serene that we could not hope to do justice to it in words. If you want to be completely removed from the world for a respite of peace and tranquility...this is it. A hike to the highest point on the property affords a view of five mountain ranges which surround; The Bridger, Gallatin, Absaroka, Beartooth...and Crazy Mountain ranges. Simply stunning views. Hiked and snowshoed all over the property and saw more animal sign than we could keep up with. We saw moose, deer, rabbit and mountain lion tracks. Leaving was the hardest part, but we intend to return in the summer or fall to enjoy another season and get even further up into the Crazies with an overnight hiking trip. Thank you so much for all the perfect little things about this cabin and the stunning scenery it provides.
Hello Eric and Nicole - Wow! I cannot imagine a more wonderful sounding stay. We're so glad that you found us and chose Crazy Mountain Cabin...and we look forward to having you back again. - MH Team

A precious link to the past

Reviewed on2019-08-26 by
Updated on 2019-09-16
5
According to our family Bible my paternal grandfather, William (Billy) Livezey, left home 4th month 20th, 1884, traveling by train. He traveled from southern New Jersey to Livingston, Montana, lived and worked in Livingston for a couple of years, and then homesteaded two 160 acre sections on North Fork Horse Creek, Wilsall. The Crazy Mountain Cabin is located on the land he homesteaded. (Sadly, that land is no longer in the family.) Billy married Alice Mather, nineteen years younger than he, who grew up on the adjacent ranch, visible to the left as you head down the driveway from the cabin. They started life in a log cabin, the remains of which are still standing, about a quarter mile from the entrance to the cabin road, on the west side of Mather Lane. It was an incredible privilege to be able to stay on that land, to spend ten days in the cozy, beautifully equipped and decorated cabin; to go to sleep at night, wake in the morning, and spend hours every day in total solitude, with only a perfect view of the Crazy Mountains, sometimes a few Black Angus cows and their calves, and occasionally a doe, a rabbit, or a small herd of elk for company. We were also privileged to spend a lot of time visiting with relatives in the area. They all fell in love with the cabin and the location, as we did, and one has already booked it for next Christmas!
Bruce/Pat, wow! What a story to tell. Thank you so much for sharing with us just a small piece of your family history. We are so glad that we were able to accommodate you all during this trip in order to allow you to feel a closeness to your past. We are excited to have you back soon! -Krista/Mountain Home Team

Crazy Mountain Cabin Review

Reviewed on2019-08-24 by
Updated on 2019-09-16
5
As we were driving up to the cabin, we met the owner, Mark, accidentally and he escorted us to the cabin. We were in awe of the location and the beauty of the cabin itself. The cabin definitely exceeded anything we could have imagined. It was well maintained and the decor fit perfectly. The views were amazing. We went hiking in the area and enjoyed seeing the sun come up from the bedroom. We took morning strolls and just enjoyed the views. We did see mule deer, elk and a bear in the distance. The smell of the pine trees was in the air and with all the windows open at the cabin, lots of fresh air. We received a call from Joann, owner, to see how we liked everything and was very pleasant. We will definitely be back to enjoy the quietness and beauty.
Craig/Cindy, Thank you so much for your review! Crazy Mountain Cabin is an absolutely stunning place for vacation and relaxation. We are so glad that you got to see some wildlife and even a bear! What a treat! We hope to see you again very soon. -Krista/Mountain Home Team
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