I've driven by this mid-century modern piece of art literally thousands of times. Do you have any idea how COOL this house and property are? I don't care about the price. It's an absolute Bozeman-designed masterpiece.

You've seen this house too and maybe even thought to yourself "I bet that house has great views but it's pretty dated". You're right it IS ABSOLUTELY dated but in the most gorgeous (and from what I see in the pics, fully renovated) way.

I have no dog in this fight and I'm not trying to sell this house, FYI. It's just an absolute stunner that you need to see and read about. The designer was an MSU architecture professor from approximately 1946 to 1970 and his name was Hugo Eck.

Per Realtor.com the house is currently presented by Mike Schlauch and Brokered by PureWest Real Estate.

It's beautiful. From the ceiling beams to the rock fireplace, this house is like a piece of Bozeman history...with a killer view. (BTW, if you've been in Bozeman long enough, you've probably partied in this house long before it was renovated into its current perfection.)

According to the official listing on Realtor.com:

  • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • 3,699 square foot home
  • 3.15 acre lot
  • 4 car garage
  • 4190 Sourdough Rd, Bozeman, MT

Here's a piece of the official description:

Perched on Sourdough Ridge, this stunning mid-century modern home is a Southside gem. Huge panoramic views from upstairs and down.

Covered decks, patios, fenced-in gardens, granite retaining walls, greenhouse and an epic sledding hill all on three plus acres less than 10 minutes from downtown.

Designed by Hugo Eck, a former MSU School of Architecture professor, (circa 1946-1970) this masterpiece has four bedrooms + office including a lower-level mother-in-law suite with lock-off capability.

Remodeled to keep with the original design, yet fully updated with new electrical.

To whoever ends up buying this historical beauty, give me a call. I'd love to have coffee on your deck and tell you about the old parties...

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