Washer/Dryer ~ Dishwasher ~ Refrigerator ~ Freezer ~ Microwave ~ Oven ~ Toaster ~ Dishes and Utensils ~ Pots and Pans ~ Coffee Maker ( Drip and Keurig )~ Dining Table ~Wifi ~ Satellite TV ~ Towels ~ Bed Linens ~ Body Soap ~ Outdoor Grill ~ Outdoor Fire Pit ~ Outdoor Furniture ~ Games and Books
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Welcome to your charming Montana getaway! This cute home in the center of Ennis is the perfect rental for your next vacation.
Centrally located within walking distance to all shops and restaurants, this cozy home boasts beautiful wooden floors and comfortable furniture that will make you feel right at home. The large dining table that seats 8 is perfect for gathering together and enjoying meals with family and friends.
The cute farmhouse-style kitchen is fully equipped with all the amenities you need to whip up delicious meals during your stay. And if you'd rather cook outdoors, the lovely covered deck provides the perfect spot for grilling and dining al fresco.
Outside, you'll love the tranquil setting with lots of trees and frequent visits from deer. It's the perfect place to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
Take a day trip to Virginia City, a beautiful 15-mile drive from Ennis on MT highway 287 to a town of living history from the 1860s. Virginia City lies along Alder Gulch, and is the site of the richest placer gold strike in the Rocky Mountains, with an estimated total value of 100 million dollars throughout the 18th and 19th centuries! The area represents the true and original Old West. Virginia City was designated as the new territorial capital of Montana in 1865 when Alder Gulch had gathered most of Montana's population. At its peak, 10,000 people flooded the area named "Fourteen-mile City" for the numerous settlements that lined the gulch. Virginia City became the largest settlement with an estimated population of 5,000 by mid-1864. It rapidly became the territory's first social center and transportation hub. Today you can stroll down its wooden boardwalks, visit museums, try your hand at panning for gold, or enjoy an evening show by the Virginia City Players or the Brewery Follies.
" A historic home that has been upgraded where it needs to be (bathrooms, etc) in an amazing location right in town. Steps from downtown Ennis, but quiet and feels like it's far away. House was much larger than it looks in the photos. Fully stocked with kitchen-ware and towels and enough pillows on each bed. Awesome hammocks out back! We were very happy with our stay, and hope to book again next year for our annual weekend in Ennis! "