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Big Sky Country: Million-Dollar Montana Homes

Montana boasts wow-worthy luxury homes (it is known as The Treasure State, after all) that take full advantage of the blue skies and wide open spaces. Dream big and take a look at 12 spectacular million-dollar homes.

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Time for a Vacation

No matter the season, Lone Peak makes for a jaw-dropping backdrop to this almost $10-million home. (Although we are little partial to the snow-covered mountain caps.) Made for enjoying the sun or cozying up next to a fire, the home features over 2,500 square feet of outdoor living space and nearly 7,000 square feet of interiors. The chef-ready kitchen is truly the heart of the home with high-end appliances, each of the four bedrooms has its own bathroom and the amenities include everything from a theater room and wine cellar to a 10-person hot tub.

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Trout Fisher's Paradise

Designed by award-winning architect George Suyama, this 7,000-square-foot home embraces nature as well as simple linear architecture. Set on the banks of the Ruby River, which is considered one of the best fly-fishing rivers in the contiguous United States, the home has 3,000 square feet of infinity deck that seamlessly blends it with the surrounding water.

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Overlooking Yellowstone

A quintessential log cabin with panoramic views of Yellowstone National Park — sign us up. The $1.9 million property sits on 40 acres of wildflower meadows in Big Sky, Montana's Big EZ community. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the 1,800-square-foot home brings rustic style to life with reclaimed wood floors and a hand-stacked stone fireplace. Picturesque windows and spacious porches guarantee breathtaking views.

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Outdoor Lovers' Playground

Where the deer and the antelope play, literally. With over 9,000 acres, the Crazy Waters Ranch not only boasts extensive wildlife, but is also designed as an operating ranch and for family recreation. A private lake, trout fishing in the Sweetgrass Creek and sweeping views of the Crazy and Absaroka mountains ensure that the family is never without an outdoor activity. And then when you're ready to head indoors, the three-story, 12,000-square-foot home is full of comfortable living spaces and five bedrooms. The home features artisan touches that reflects the surrounding countryside, from tne Montana spruce log exterior to the native stone fireplaces sourced from the Musselshell River country. Across the property are four other homes and multi-use buildings to accommodate guests, as well as caretakers of the land and animals.

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