The 18,000 square foot Great Point Lodge by Miller Architects is located in Wyoming and was designed to focus on the property’s 360 degree views that overlook the Gallatin Mountains. The lodge sits on 160 acres of natural meadows and ridges of solitude near Yellowstone National Park. This custom home features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and various personal touches such as its very own “pizza room.”
The Gallatin Range is located in the U.S. states of Montana and Wyoming and includes more than 10 mountains over 10,000 feet (3,000 m). The highest peak in the range is Electric Peak at 10,969 feet (3,343 m). The Gallatin Range was named after Albert Gallatin, the longest-serving US Secretary of the Treasury and one of the negotiators of the Alaska Boundary Treaty.