The Clubhouse, nestled against the 18th green, is a remarkable example of mountain architecture. It is both spacious and modern while remaining informed by the vernacular of mountain living, complete with abundant stone and timber detailing throughout. Along with offering an ideal base for golf outings, the Clubhouse features six new one-bedroom suites. These suites offer ease of living, convenient rental opportunities, and, of course, the stunning setting of the Club’s southern edge. The unique layout of all six suites allows each unit to capture maximum views. Suite 1, perched on the southwest edge of the building, gracefully juts out to frame views of Lone Peak, Buck Ridge, and Clubhouse Pond.
The glass-railing patio is thoughtfully designed so as to let in ground to sky views—practically floating in the landscape. This preference for views is echoed throughout the interior of Suite 1, with oversized windows on every possible wall. Suite 1 features one bedroom, one full bathroom, loft, living room, and kitchen. The L-shaped kitchen maximizes space and maintains an open flow. The furnishings feel both clean and luxuriant, with pieces that are perfectly scaled for the space. In the bedroom, enjoy the custom built-in closet system. The adjacent bathroom includes a steam shower, soaking tub, and dual sinks. Throughout the unit, the design is classically-hued, with warm wood earth and subtle brushes of color. The lofted ceilings, heavy beams, and wood accents throughout evoke the feel of Montana forests. Western-inspired contemporary art gives an upbeat, elegant finish to the residence. This suite is accessed via an art-lined private hallway, which helps to guarantee privacy and quiet, while the bustle of