“Reece’s Roost: Heaven” is a luxury vacation rental apartment that sleeps up to 4 people in downtown Livingston. It is ideal for the adventurer with style, taste and a sense of the surreal. Perfectly located on Main Street, above an art studio, high end thrift store, and cozy local eateries – Reece’s Roost is recently updated with all new amenities, Air Conditioning, large king sized bed, pull out sofa, full kitchen with dining nook, original artwork and all the personal humor and touches you’d expect to see in a Parks Reece apartment. Stumbling distance from the lively nightlife and quintessential western haunts you expect in a Montana railroad town with culture – the town and location is teaming with artists, cowboys, fishermen and adventurous entrepreneurs. 

Reece’s Roost: Heaven is 1 of 2 rentable apartments in the historic downtown building, which we call “Heaven and Mirth.” Adjacent to each other – each unique and beautiful – filled with humor, amenities, comfort and cozy beds. The adjacent space, “Mirth” can be rented individually or separately for larger groups. To check availability and book “Heaven” CLICK HERE. Call us for details on renting both spaces.

BED & BATH: This studio space has a single king bed and pull out couch. There is one full bathroom.

KITCHEN & DINING: Enjoy a fully equipped and fun kitchen with a dining nook and seating for up to 6.

AREA: This spacious studio is located in the heart of downtown Livingston close to restaurants, bars, galleries, shops and more. Yellowstone Park is less than one hour away.

ABOUT PARKS REECE: Reece’s Roost: Heaven (of Heaven and Mirth) is the latest brainchild of artist and local legend Parks Reece. Reece is an extraordinarily gifted artist whose distinctive paintings, lithographs, and prints represent a complete aesthetic and reflect a sense of humor that is both original and great. His parodies inject humor into subjects traditionally considered oh-so-serious and that has made him a hero of environmentalists and others who appreciate the complexities of the human role in our natural world.