Description(Reference number: 78783)
This extraordinary Hamilton home was built back in the late nineteenth century for Marcus Daly, a wealthy businessman given the monicker 'The Copper King' for the role he played in the local mining industry. In recent years, the mansion has been redeveloped and now comes with so many amenities that it's probably easier to list what it doesn't have. Inside, it's fair to say that the issue of boredom is unlikely to arise, what with the tables for pool, foosball, poker, as well as the shuffleboard and home cinema setup. Out in the garden, you'll find courts for both pickleball and basketball with nighttime lighting, plus a large lawn and equipment for croquet, volleyball, crossnet, corn hole, ring pole, and spike ball. If this all sounds a little competitive, there are decks and patios on which to sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the manicured grounds, or you can unwind in the large hot tub, which is big enough for ten. Alternatively, there's plenty going on in the surrounding Bitterroot Valley. There's a boat drop and beach on the Bitterroot River less than two minutes away in the car, and plenty of hiking routes, too — drive down to Lake Como in just over twenty minutes and explore the mountains that surround the waters.
*There's free parking on the premises, as well as an electric vehicle charging point
*A cot, high chair, children's tableware and fireplace guards can be provided if required
*Events with more than thirty-two guests are allowed with the host's prior written approval
*There are five bikes that guests are free to borrow for exploring Hamilton
*At full capacity, twenty-four guests would be sleeping in just two rooms — in the six queen-size bed bunks