Montana’s Seeley-Swan Valley consists of two watersheds, the Clearwater River flowing south and the Swan River flowing north off a glacial moraine divide that separates the two. “The Summit” includes 70± acres of timber, meadow and a pond perched atop this divide with an 8,000± square foot masterpiece home sited to showcase some of the most striking views found in the northern Rocky Mountains. The granite walls of the Mission Mountains to the west and the Swan Range to the east rise nearly vertically from the valley, and are topped with snow most of the year. Located between these majesties, The Summit’s gentle topography and easy access make ownership here enchanting yet uncomplicated. Extended family and friends can enjoy a two-bedroom guest house with an additional bunk room for a total sleeping capacity of eight. There is direct access from the property into a large block of U.S. Forest Service lands. All of this geography teems with wildlife including elk, wolves and grizzly bears.