Luxury homes are on the market in Missoula and Western Montana

The bottom of the Missoula Valley is often described as wide and sprawling, and as such, it is fitting that the dominant architectural style, dating from the mid-1950s to the late 1970s, that permeates the landscape of the Souh Hills area of ​​the “Garden City” is American ranch. Find a classic example of this mid-century style at 141 Cohossett Drive, a handsome, c.1964, brick offering featuring 2,150 feet of quality living space featuring 4 bedrooms and 2 remodeled bathrooms, while conveniently located on an 8,925 lot ft. borders the 16-acre greenbelt. Owner-occupied for 31 years, this home has been a source of pride and joy to the owner. The layout of the residence has been well maintained and carefully upgraded over the years, with recent upgrades including newer roof inclusions and new windows Throughout, updated flooring, updated light fixtures, remodeled bathrooms, new paint and even a new water heater!With classic styling applied, the residence’s presentation sequence is warm, welcoming and straightforward, as is the oversized living room that invites you to come right in and make yourself at home! Anchoring the eastern portion of this area, the owner designed and installed a beautiful Knotty Pine wide-panel wall that properly frames the wood burning fireplace, while adding warmth and character to the interior. To create a more structured flow of the floor plan, an additional doorway was added in the living room, allowing easy access to the kitchen, the finished basement or to the interior of the garage, which has the only exterior exit door in the back garden of the house. High-quality, heavy-duty hardwood flooring was recently installed throughout the main floor, allowing for a cohesive layout within each area of ​​the residence, and setting the tone for each room in a wonderful way! The dining area/breakfast nook is as inviting as can be, providing plenty of space for a large table for large meetings, or just the right space to place a smaller table and a comfortable lounge chair, so as to engage the cook, but not be in the way. Beautifully intact and antique, c. The 1964 kitchen counters are in great condition, their turquoise colors complementing the freshly painted cabinets covered in elegant shades of grey, while the open kitchen style enhances the cooking experience! Utilitarian in every sense of the word, the unfinished laundry room is spacious and offers plenty of shelving and plenty of space to place additional appliances, or perhaps even incorporate a folding station. Directly across the road is a large, completed den that stretches out like a long, lazy cat, and would easily adapt for use as a home theatre, or simply as an attached living room. The secondary bathroom has been completely redone and features a sleek space, tiled floor, and a low-profile, tiled walk-in shower. The fourth bedroom was added not long ago and includes hardwood floors, good ambient lighting and a nice recessed alcove, allowing for maximum furniture placement without compromise. To complete the residence’s lifestyle experience, there’s also a gorgeous “old-school” workshop, complete with built-in work benches, pegboard walls for organizing tools and easy access to the oven and water heater that are artfully tucked away from the house. Vision. The back grounds of the 8,925 sq ft lot are fully fenced, landscaped and shaded by a gorgeous duo of upland pines and a mature maple tree, while an unspoiled apple tree easily produces two different varieties of apples! With private and gated access to the series of hiking trails that border this neighborhood, it’s so relaxing to get out there, explore, run the dogs, and enjoy the fresh mountain air! The curvature of the streets within the Wapekea neighborhood echoes the contours of the hills surrounding the city, and provides numerous access points from its south-central location to Missoula’s main thoroughfares. However, it’s been said that all roads lead home, and perhaps the maze of streets in this well-established South Hills neighborhood will lead you directly to your new home at 141 Cohosset Drive, a classic mid-century residence whose time has come for the next host to take the helm!

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