A rare piece of history lies in Sweet Grass County, twenty-three miles north of Big Timber, Montana. With dates carved in stone (literally), this remarkable treasure dates back to 1872. The “halfway house” welcomed weary travelers on the Bozeman-Miles City stage line. As evidenced in the original abstract, a formal transfer to its first private owner was signed by President Grover Cleveland in 1909. Preserved and transformed in 2012, a contemporary addition joins the south wall of the original stone house to provide unobstructed views of the White Beaver Valley. Manicured bluegrass lawn gently gives way to pastures and prairies traversed by a mile of spring creek and two year-round springs on 400 acres. Elk, deer, antelope, and upland game abound. A passively solar-heated hanger and the grass airstrip will welcome your super cub, while the rustic barn, corral, and shed provide a home for your horses. The past and the present converge in this private, tranquil, one-of-a-kind property.