The Long House at Antelope Run

The Long House at Antelope Run is a 2,200-sqft (204-sqm) vacation rental, situated on 30 acres (12-hectare) within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in the Paradise Valley, Montana, USA. The house was designed and built by two brothers, Andy and Wes, as a place to bring their families and friends to share time in a landscape they deeply love. Now you can book the Long House at Antelope Run through Airbnb. Its price starts at $450USD (≈€370) per night.

The Long House on Antelope Run is based upon a simple shed. With a narrow footprint and large roof, the building is programmed to create maximum connection to the landscape while maximizing the solar potential of our location in South West Montana.

The Long House centers around the Great Room, a room built for entertainment and relaxation. Oriented due south, the room has 12’ tall windows that span the length of the room. The windows frame incredible views of Emigrant Peak and Dexter Point Peak, two iconic and hike-able summits. The open kitchen is designed to suit a fantastic cooking and entertaining experience. The dining area has a custom table for ten and the perfect place to share a meal or big poker game with friends.

A signature feature of the Long House is the large shed roof. Three times the size of the house footprint, the roof has been carefully designed with passive solar principles. The angles are calculated to allow the natural sunlight and warmth to reach to the north wall of the Great Room in winter but provide deep shade to the house and terrace all summer. The north overhang provides a large carport with space for two vehicles. The southern overhang of the roof fully shelters a large terrace half agan the size of the house footprint. You can sit on the lodge-like south terrace around the gas fire pit in the rain and snow, remain warm and dry, and enjoy a beverage as you take in the view to the south towards Yellowstone National Park.

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