Julia Roberts’s Former Montana Lake House Listed For $12M
A Montana lakefront lodge – reportedly built for actress Julia Roberts as a wedding gift by her then-fiancé Kiefer Sutherland in the early ’90s – has hit the market for a whopping $12 million. Located on a secluded alcove on the northeastern shore of Whitefish Lake, the lodge, known as Goldenbear Ranch, was fully renovated in 2015 by the current owners.
The rustic-chic interior boasts five bedrooms, six baths, a stainless-steel kitchen, a fitness center, two wet bars and a large wine room. Click through to see the grand celebrity-worthy estate.
The 8,000-square-foot alpine retreat features a log exterior.
The logs carry on into the interior walls, lending a rustic feel to the space.
The lodge features a games room with a red pool table and a pinball machine. A soaring stone fireplace centers the space.
Neutral decor in the main living area complements the natural wood finishes.
The dining room has country flair, with stately dining chairs and a wrought-iron chandelier. The space opens up to the terrace, making it a great spot to entertain.
The neutral color palette extends to the gourmet kitchen, where grey-painted cabinets have a worn look.
A casual dining area overlooks the beautiful surrounding scenery.
The bedroom is the ultimate escape, with dreamy views of the surrounding trees and waterfront.
A second-floor terrace, which spans the length of the home, looks out onto the lake.
A private dock on the lake makes use of the waterfront real estate.
The property also includes a 2,200-square-foot guesthouse with a private garage.