Jackson Creek Retreat is a custom designed home which was the personal residence of nationally acclaimed architect James D. Morton. A Morton home has long been recognized as being synonymous with quality at the highest level. The 4-bedroom 41/2 bath home comprises 5500 square feet on three levels. It incorporates 1930's vintage redwood timbers from N. California, old barn wood from ranch homestead structures, and rock fireplaces made of stones harvested on the property. The home sits on 40 acres in a rural mountain setting surrounded by a 2,000-acre cattle ranch. Parcel consists of native rangeland, lush creek riparian habitat, and Jackson Creek running the length of the property. The home overlooks a spring fed pond. The homesite is very private and secluded, surrounded by mature landscaping and native vegetation. Typical of a Morton home, the architecture of the residence blends seamlessly with the natural terrain and surrounding landscape. Bozeman is a short 15-minute drive.
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