Historic Cook Home - Stevensville

This charming downtown Stevensville home was built in 1910 with style elements of both Queen Anne and Classic Revival and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places as the Calvin & Magdalene Cook House. It was recently updatedto feature modern day convenienceswhile still retaining a lovely historic feel in its structure and furnishings.

The house is a roomy 1800 sq. ft., including four bedrooms that sleep eight people in two queen beds, one full-sized, and two twins. There are two full bathrooms, one with a tiled shower, the other with a claw foot tub and shower. The kitchen is fully equipped and the dining room seats 10 people.

The Cook Home has a mid-valley location, which is surrounded by the Bitterroots fabulous outdoor offerings: hiking, biking, skiing (downhill & cross-country), floating the river, fly-fishing, bird-watching, and strolling the many small town festivals. After a day of communing with Mother Nature, look forward to an evening at Home, barbecuing on the deck/patios professional-chef grill and indulging in games, TV, or high speed internet.

Stevensville was founded in 1841, as the first European-settled town in the entire Pacific Northwest. (Check out The Stevensville Main Street Association.) Combined with historic Cook House, this setting is ideal for family gatherings, couples getaways, wedding parties, and corporate retreats. The property, with its gardens and fountain and beautifully shaded and fully fenced side yard, is also available for small receptions, photo shoots, and private parties.


Mailing Address
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Street Address
822 Sweathouse Creek Road
Victor,  MT 59875

Phone: 4063690644

The Historic Cook Home is located on the corner of Central Ave. and Main St. in Stevensville, MT.

year round

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Late Cancellation Fee, Reservations Required

Internet Access Wireless, Kitchen, Laundry, Non-Smoking, Parking, Registered Historic Site