19 Apr Design Elements: Elevated Living
Big Sky, Montana’s Moonlight Basin offers two new developments
Set on the northwest side of Big Sky, Montana’s iconic lone peak, the Moonlight Basin community features direct access to the 5,850 acres of world-class ski terrain at Big Sky Resort, a Jack Nicklaus-signature golf course, fine dining, a private trail system, and a location that’s convenient to Big Sky and Bozeman area offerings, and to Yellowstone National Park. Two new Moonlight Basin developments offer a variety of dwelling options.
The 59,000-square-foot contemporary LakeLodge, located at the base of Lone Peak, opens in June 2021. Featuring 16 residences, with open-concept floor plans, large windows, and ski-in/ski-out access, they range in size from studios to five-bedroom penthouses. LakeLodge residents also have full access to lodge amenities, which include a restaurant and bar, retail outlets, a fitness center, a kids’ club, and a 3,000-square-foot outdoor pool and hot tubs, among other things. A new ski lift will link the lodge to Big Sky Resort.
Jack Creek Cabins
Designed by Reid Smith Architects of Bozeman, the 13 new Jack Creek Cabins offer access to Moonlight’s private trail system and Ulery’s Lake, ski-in/ski-out access to Big Sky Resort, and the use of all LakeLodge amenities, which is just a short walk away. These four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath mountain homes are available in three floor plans that range in size, and each features covered patios and decks for year-round outdoor living, attached two-car garages, and an option of two finish packages to establish the interior ambiance.