South Hills Residence
Helena, MT
Completed Summer 2015

CWG Architects
650 Power St.
Helena, MT 59601

Nestled in the South Hills of Helena, Montana, this single-family residence was designed for an active couple with a love for the outdoors. With their home as a base camp, they can enjoy the elaborate trail systems awaiting outside their doorstep. With a panoramic view of Helena and beyond, this home incorporates large spans of glass that open onto a wrap-around deck. Additional indoor features include a shop, highly-functional mud room, energy-efficient auxiliary air system, wood-burning stoves strategically placed on the main and lower levels, and walk-in closets that flow into a laundry area. With a large open-design concept, the kitchen, dining room, and living space seamlessly transition onto a large outdoor deck area, perfect for entertaining and enjoying the incredible panoramic views. Exterior features include materials known for their lasting quality and easy maintaince- with steel, glass and concrete throughout. This home is an architect's paradise.

South Hills Residence
Helena, MT
Completed Summer 2015

CWG Architects
650 Power St.
Helena, MT 59601

Nestled in the South Hills of Helena, Montana, this single-family residence was designed for an active couple with a love for the outdoors. With their home as a base camp, they can enjoy the elaborate trail systems awaiting outside their doorstep. With a panoramic view of Helena and beyond, this home incorporates large spans of glass that open onto a wrap-around deck. Additional indoor features include a shop, highly-functional mud room, energy-efficient auxiliary air system, wood-burning stoves strategically placed on the main and lower levels, and walk-in closets that flow into a laundry area. With a large open-design concept, the kitchen, dining room, and living space seamlessly transition onto a large outdoor deck area, perfect for entertaining and enjoying the incredible panoramic views. Exterior features include materials known for their lasting quality and easy maintaince- with steel, glass and concrete throughout. This home is an architect's paradise.

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