The Top 10 Mountain Homes of 2022

A countdown of the most-read home features published in 2022

The homes published in Mountain Living this year were well-loved by readers. As you reminisce on 2022 and prepare to ring in the New Year, take a look back at the most popular homes from 2022, according to our readers.

10. Pristine and Rustic in Idaho: After years of vacationing in the area, an Oregon couple purchases a pristine Idaho property and a deconstructed Hudson Valley barn to go with it.

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Photo by Lucy Call

9. A Retreat With Dual Views in Jackson Hole: A Jackson Hole home is situated to maximize vistas of the Grand Tetons and the Snake River

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Photo by Audrey Hall

8. Contemporary and Rustic Sugar Bowl Home: A ski-in, ski-out home in the snowbound village of Sugar Bowl combines the best of rustic and contemporary.

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Photo by Paul Dyer

7. Boldly—but Quietly—in Telluride, Colorado: A secluded home with mountain, forest and valley views in every direction.

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Photo by Paul Crosby

6. Clean and Contemporary in Big Sky: Simple architectural detailing, a mix of bespoke contemporary furnishings and tons of texture create the modern mountain ski chalet a family long desired.

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Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson/Otto

5. A Design for the Decades in Yellowstone Club: Thoughtful design pervades this home built for multigenerational enjoyment.

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Photo by Mali Azima

4. A Mountain Modern Home Overlooking Lake Coeur d’Alene: Spending part of the year at their custom home overlooking a lake in Idaho has given these Texas urbanites a new and decidedly zen-like perspective.

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Photo by Mike McCall

3. The Last House on the Mountain: A visionary family ropes in a talented design team to bring to fruition their longtime dreams of a rustic lodge-like home.

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Photo by Gibeon Photography

2. A Modernist Mountain Retreat Nestled in Provo Canyon, Utah: Business partners and friends for decades, two families unite to build a home on a private lot with mountain views in all directions.

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Photo by Melissa Kelsey

1. Anglers Paradise in Ennis, Montana: A multi-family retreat hooked on fishing.

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Photo by Heidi Long

Categories: Contemporary Homes