Big Sky Country MLS / Zillow
Are you a multimillionaire living the big-city life with nowhere to put your cars? Want to spend the summer in a quiet, secluded location where you can safely store your treasured collection? Do we have a spot for you. This mansion in rural Montana is surrounded by wilderness and comes with its own 50-car underground garage, an onsite gas station, and even a dyno room.
Like most seven-figure properties, 2100 North Ford Road in Big Sky, Montana, is more of a compound than a single structure. According to the listing on Zillow.com, it was built in 1987 and sits on just over 20 acres of land. The primary residence, located at the end of a private driveway in a gated community, is a 9000-square-foot home with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a standard oversize two-car garage. Even by itself, it's a stunning property, with 360-degree views of panoramic Montana mountain ranges.
A bit down the driveway sits an entrance to a detached underground facility capable of housing up to 50 vehicles. Inside, you'll also find a maintenance room with a two-post lift and a dynamometer built into the floor—something you'd normally have to go to a professional tuning shop to find. There's also a built-in electric car charger for Teslas and an indoor car wash station.
Elsewhere on the property you'll find an onsite gasoline pump with a 1000-gallon capacity and even a treehouse. There's also a living quarters for property caretakers and separate guest house with an RV hookup.
The property, listed for a cool $12 million, has been on sale for just over a month. Considering just how much you're getting, we bet it won't be on the market for much longer.
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