World-renowned architect Peter Bohlin designed Dearborn Crossing as a spacious 25,000 square foot lodge on three levels punctuated by soaring ceilings, vast windows and oversized fireplaces throughout.

The main house hosts seven bedrooms, including a luxurious master suite with an exquisite bath built from Montana sedimentary rock, a library, a great room with six timbered vents lining the windows which face east above the Dearborn River, a breakfast nook with walls of glass to take advantage of the views of the Rocky Mountain Front and an airy kitchen where light dances around a range hood built of stainless and blackened steel. There’s plenty of entertaining space in the mahogany-detailed saloon and the outfitter’s room which comfortably accommodates eight to ten hunters along with their equipment.

Throughout every room, lauded interior designer Juan Montoya evoked a modern rusticity with custom-made details including stamped saddle leather on the stair treads, glowing onyx light fixtures suspended from the ceilings in the great room and American cherry for the finish woodwork and cabinetry.

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