Ansel Haus

Ansel Haus

Created as a legacy property to share with family and friends, this home serves as a base for four seasons of adventure. The family loves to ski, hike, fish, and travel. They wanted a comfortable, peaceful home in which to savor quiet nights by the fire and congenial evenings gathered around the dining table. The eye-catching zinc top table in the breakfast nook is easy to care for and gains character over time. The live-edge, walnut headboard in the master bedroom is a salvaged tree from New York City’s Central Park’s urban forest.


  • Architect : Miller Roodell Architects
  • Builder : On Site Management
  • Location : Big Sky, Montana
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