Fully renovated historic home – built in 1923
2 bedroom, 1.5 bath – 1,184 square feet ·
Tile, wood floors throughout · Washer and dryer · Fully fenced backyard with deck · Lots of flowers and shrubs – plenty of room for a garden · New roof, energy efficient windows, updated plumbing/electric in 2014 · Kitchen fully remodeled in 2016, stainless steel appliances · Gas stove · Rinnai gas heater located in living room, electric wall heaters located throughout home · Very clean and tidy home, well loved/care for · Quiet neighborhood · Next to St. Mary’s Mission and community garden, 5 blocks to downtown Stevensville · Easy walk from the backyard to the Bitterroot River · Unobstructed view of St. Mary’s peak · Easy access to Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, Kootenai Creek trailhead, Stevensville Bridge river access.
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”Fantastic place on the Bitteroot! This is the 2nd time we have rented this cottage and are ready to make reservations to return next year. Perfect location, with the river in your backyard. Wonderful little house, immaculately clean. Would highly recommend !”
“Lovely spot on river. This little cabin was so idyllic, perfect location for us, and wonderful being on the river. Very clean, had everything we needed, would definitely stay again.”
“Nice location. Don’t forget your fishing pole! Cabin has every thing you could ever need. Nice clean cabin end of road. Host very nice. Would love to return.”
“Amazing views and close to town! This property was exactly as described and perfect for our party of 6. The views are incredible and it was stocked with all the supplies needed to prepare Thanksgiving dinner and several other meals. It was sparkling clean, and Amy was wonderful to work with. Simply lovely!”
“Great place to stay. Very clean. Beautiful view of mountains while sitting on the deck. Peaceful and quiet. Would stay there again.”
It was in 1999 that Amy Sage established the Bitterroot Valley's first vacation rental home, with her own SweetSage Guest House. As a stay-at-home-mom with three children, Amy’s business slowly expanded to managing other nearby properties, while allowing her to remain mostly at home with her family.