Big Sky House / William Massie

Sitting on over 40 acres in Montana’s Big Belt Mountains, a section of the Rockies, this 2000-built home, billed as neomodernist by the listing, has a rounded profile clad in Galvalume siding, which makes it look a bit like a converted grain silo home from afar. But it’s arguably even more interesting on the inside. Designed by architect William Massie, the residence seems to be organized around a spiral metal staircase on three floors, with each level offering a linear space and scenic views framed on each end. Listed at the beginning of June, the property at 40 Elk Haven Court wants $625,000 — via Curbed

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