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Clark Farm Silos in Kalispell, Montana

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Looking for a unique and cozy place to stay in Kalispell, Montana? Be sure to consider the Clark Farm Silos where there are a total of five silos on a five-acre, three-generation family farm, offering guests a one-of-a-kind Flathead Valley experience.

Each silo has been thoughtfully designed with a modern, minimalistic feel while maintaining the original cylindrical structure. The result is a cluster of unique tiny homes that are cozy and comfortable. Each silo is equipped with a multi-functional living area, a fully functional kitchenette, a private bathroom, and a spacious loft bedroom with mountain views.

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Flathead Valley Clark Farm Silo Cottages

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There’s nothing quite like waking up to a stunning mountain view, and at the Clark Farm Silos, you can do just that! Each silo is equipped with views overlooking the Flathead Valley, so you can enjoy a cup of coffee or an evening cocktail while taking in the incredible scenery.

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The staircase from the living room to the loft is both functional and stylish. The silos are the perfect space for a couple or a small family. The loft bedroom is spacious, with a comfortable king-sized bed and luxurious cotton linens. The living area has a convertible couch, which can be used as an extra bed if needed. Linens are provided for guests’ convenience.

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The kitchenette at the Clark Farm Silos is fully stocked with everything you need to prepare meals and beverages, including a fridge, stovetop, and microwave. There are also plenty of utensils, silverware, and pans provided, so you can cook up whatever you’re craving.

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Each silo comes with a private bathroom with a walk-in corrugated metal and glass shower, flush toilet, and sink. There is also storage space in the form of shelves and towel hooks, so you can keep your toiletries and towels organized. One interesting thing about the shower is that the corrugated metal was recycled from the various cuts on the silos for the windows and doors.

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The loft bedroom at the Clark Farm Silos is the perfect place to rest and recharge. This spacious and airy room offers stunning mountain views and comes complete with a comfortable king-sized bed. What are your thoughts on the Clark Farm Silos? Would you ever consider a grain silo conversion?

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  • Clark Farm Silos
  • Three-generation family farm
  • Five-acres
  • Flathead Valley
  • Kalispell, Montana
  • Newly constructed
  • Loft bedroom
  • Kitchenette
  • Living area
  • Private bathroom
  • Mountain views

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  • Wendy Morrison
    August 12, 2022, 1:29 pm

    The staircase! It must be custom.

  • kathy
    August 13, 2022, 10:30 am

    the silo shown in the photos is stunning! i’d love to stay in one just for the experience. great job on the creativity!

  • Jane Walter
    August 15, 2022, 2:10 pm

    Fabulous ideas. Wonderful design. I’m a farm girl from Iowa and would love to stay in one of these spaces.

  • Kathy Handyside
    January 16, 2023, 2:53 pm

    I wouldn’t want to just stay in one – I’d want to LIVE in one! They are absolutely beautiful! It’s a shame that all the states don’t allow tiny houses. Municipalities need to stop blocking tiny houses.

  • Kevin mason
    January 16, 2023, 10:06 pm

    I have a small silo on my property, I may have to turn it into a tiny house.

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