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  • 89 Green Mountain Way, Bozeman, MT 59715
    MLS #305580
    3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car garage/shop, 2020 sq ft.
    Offered at $850,000

    Your Montana dream property come true! Extraordinary contemporary renovation of a historic farmhouse, located by the flanks of Jackson Creek on 9+ acres. Original essence of home remains, but nearly every surface has been updated. Thoughtfully placed Pella architect series windows capture light throughout the day. Landscaping with architectural concrete details and perennial flower beds / mature trees. Roof, siding, windows, electrical, plumbing, appliances have all been updated. Clean lined details and materials give the home a welcoming feel. Main floor is open and inviting with living and entertaining space with two living rooms. A gas stove and wood stove to keep it cozy in winter. Updated ¾ bath on main and main floor bedroom/office area features built in industrial shelving. Upstairs features two renovated bedrooms, one with a 2nd floor deck; a modern bath with bamboo cabinetry, butcher block counters, carved stone sink basins, tile surround shower and jetted soaking tub. The year-round outdoor kitchen, patio and covered porch, tucked beneath mature pines, is the perfect place to entertain. Enjoy star lit evenings by the fire pit and listen to the calming sounds of the creek. Shop/Garage with power and wood fired furnace. Large ‘oxen’ barn offers plenty of covered storage. Reclaimed lumber chicken coop. Non-irrigated acreage is hayed through Jackson Creek Hills Owners Association. Neighborhood features miles of trails and 618 acres of community open space.

    Renovated original farm house
    2009 new metal roof from Bridger Steel and backing
    Pella architect series windows throughout
    New wiring
    New plumbing
    Natural gas service
    Stainless appliances – new gas stove
    Passive solar living sun room addition with solar sink rock wall. Concrete slab is plumbed for radiant
    Gas stove and new wood burning stove
    Tin on kitchen ceiling is reclaimed from old buildings on site
    Alder trim on main
    Maple cabinets in kitchen
    Laminate flooring in kitchen, living dining, office, living room.
    Tile flooring in both bathrooms.
    New vanity top, laundry cabinetry and ship lap walls in main floor bath.
    Original floor trim in upstairs
    Elevated deck off master bedroom
    Hardwood under carpets on 2nd level
    New upstairs bathroom with glass tile, jetted soaking tub, butcher block counters, carved stone sink basins, cabinetry from Refuge.
    Shop/garage can accommodate 1 ton truck with electric, wood furnace. Gas line pulled to building.
    Creek meanders through open space abating property
    Insulation added during renovations – Corbond sills
    Irrigation with drip lines around perimeter of house. Wireless sprinkler control
    Siding updated with a combination of Hardie board and standing seam metal from Bridger Steel
    Septic pumped 2015
    Outdoor entertaining kitchen with concrete counters, gas line BBQ and cedar front cabinetry
    Reclaimed lumber chicken coop
    220v electric service/ 200amp
    Jackson Creek Hills $1600/year HOA
    2016 County Taxes $2167
    Bridger Canyon Zoning

    Website: http://homeinbigsky.com/?p=3235

    For more information contact:
    Marcie Hahn-Knoff, REALTOR® | Broker
    PureWest Christie’s International Real Estate
    The Knoff Group



    Music by Jason Shaw Creative Commons

    Ever since I saw the hand spinner fidget toys popping up everywhere I wanted a Batman version. Fellow You Tuber Ray Pena machined some https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2TsJVGdm3c that were awesome. I liked the idea of trying to make my own. So after a little research and much appreciated advise from Peter Brown https://www.youtube.com/user/kludge1977 I gave it go. In this video I make a Batman logo hand spinner using a cookie cutter as a mold. The body is made from a casting resin that is very easy to work with it. It mixes easily and sets up fast. I made a prototype that went fairly well. The process is fairly simple however I did run in to some issues. Since I used this as a chance to experiment with the casting resin and try a few things varying results were to be expected. One thing I noticed was that it seemed like with each session the castings were harder and harder to remove from the molds. I’m sure if I used a silicone mold or a release agent that I wouldn’t have run in to this problem. I plan on doing some more research and give it another try. Perhaps look in to making my own silicone mold. Overall I am happy with the end results they aren’t as nice as a manufactured or 3D printed one but I still like the way they came out. Also the casting resin was a lot of fun to work with it and gives me plenty of inspiration. Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed the video.

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    These are the caps that I used for the holes they are called “hole plugs” the ones I used are 5/16 inch size.


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