823 39th Street,
Missoula, Montana, 59803
Welcome to Montana's most luxurious Victorian Mansion where you will experience a turn of the century home in full splendor. Showcasing the original and timeless grace of antique leaded stained glass windows, exquisite parquet floors, ornate cast iron fireplaces and the breathtaking grand oak staircase, you'll be sure to enjoy this historic Victorian Mansion without sacrificing modern amenities. Relax and put your feet up in the Library, plan for your day in the Grand Foyer, enjoy your meals in the beautiful Dining Room, prepared in the amenity-filled kitchen. A two-bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor has been efficiently designed as a living space for the hosts of the home, with four spacious guest bedrooms, each including an en suite bath, on the 2nd floor.
. If walls could talk you would hear many stories of residents past, including the sorority girls of ALPHA CHI OMEGA Sorority and later on the PHI KAPPA PSI Fraternity. Scheduled to be demolished in 1979, it was instead relocated and taken up as a private residence. After years of neglect, the current owners took ownership and worked fervidly to restore the timeless beauty that has been their pride of ownership for almost 20 years. Privacy surpasses expectation with the generous secluded gardens, meticulously cared for by the owners, further illustrating their attention to detail with their skillful landscaping. Currently operating as a successful Bed and Breakfast, the Gibson Mansion was named in honor of A.J. Gibson, one of the most noted architects in Montana's history. The versatile Montana Architect designed over 150 private and public buildings during the late 19th and early 20th centuries including the Daily Mansion, the Missoula County Courthouse and Main Hall at the University of Montana.