Opulent compound listed for $23.5 million in Montana redefines luxury. Take a look

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A huge, and lavish, compound that sits on a lush 60-acres in Big Sky, Montana, has landed on the real estate market for $23.5 million.

Exterior
Exterior

The 10-bedroom, 11.5-plus-bathroom estate is home to lawyer Nick Rowley and his family, which includes his wife and their 11 children, Insider reported.

Interior
Interior

“We bought this house to live in while we remodeled and added an addition to our original ranch, which is a mile down the road,” Rowley told Insider.

Dining area
Dining area

While the home is an iridescent spectacle on the outside, the interior of the estate seems to redefine luxury based on the photographs. It also comes with other buildings aside from the 9,156-square-foot main home, according to the listing on Realtor.com including:

Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Three-car garage

  • One-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment

  • Spa building

  • Guest house

Bathroom
Bathroom

The primary house has a plethora of elegant features that include:

Kitchen
Kitchen
  • Dine-in kitchen

  • Seven indoor fireplaces

  • Wet bar

  • Gym

  • Massage room

Bedroom
Bedroom

There is also a stocked trout pond on the property.

Interior
Interior

“This property is perfect for a family who likes to entertain friends, family, and business associates,” listing agent Martha Johnson told Insider.

Bar area
Bar area

According to Rowley, his large family enjoys spending time in the house and if it doesn’t find a new owner, he’d be perfectly happy with it, Insider reported.

Backyard
Backyard

Big Sky is about 5 miles northeast of Yellowstone Club.

The compound has stellar views of Spanish Peaks into Yellowstone National Park, according to the listing.

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