About Hannon House
Hannon House is on the river, under the sky where fishing and outdoor fun come naturally. Hannon House is an old farm house that was built in the style of old rural Montana. The lifestyle reflects the character and unique location of this rare piece of history. If you are looking for a taste of old Montana, this is it.
The main house was titled in 1900. This is the site of the area’s original mercantile and post office. Bordered by the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountains and situated on the Lewis and Clark Trail (that’s right, they walked through the yard), the house sits in the shadow of Trapper Peak, the highest peak in the Bitterroot Range. The site is located at the confluence of the East fork, West fork and Main branch of the Bitterroot River. Enjoy a taste of old Montana, steps from one of the finest native trout streams in the west. This is a working farm including irrigated hay production and garden crops.
Two residential units, the Cutthroat Cabin, or the Westslope Suite, are located at the historic Hannon homestead on the Bitterroot River three miles south of Darby, Montana. Settled in the late 1880’s the original farm house and grounds sit on the western edge of the Bitterroot with over 1700 feet of river frontage. Structures on the property date from the 1880s to 1974, including hand hewn log and milled lumber barns and out buildings.