Bridger Foothills comprises two large parcels at the base of the Bridger Mountain Range, totaling 342± acres in one of Montana’s most desired settings. The backdrop to the property includes the renowned peaks in the Bridger Mountains, Ross Peak and Sacajawea, allowing for magnificent panoramic views from sunup to sundown. This end-of-the-road property borders 0.5± miles of National Forest, gaining access to thousands of acres for endless outdoor recreational opportunities.
The foothills grasslands support a large elk herd throughout the summer and winter seasons. The elk herd, along with whitetail deer, mule deer, black bear, and mountain grouse, meander throughout the area. Bridger Foothills is a year-round playground with endless opportunities, including backcountry skiing, hiking, mountain biking, big game, and upland bird hunting.
Although each parcel is independent with developed roads and suggested build sites, its desirability significantly increases when merged. It is incredibly rare to find large parcels of land within minutes of Bozeman and offering Montana’s iconic views that you must see to believe.
Bridger Foothills – Parcel 1 | 200± Acres | $7.8M
With 200± acres of untouched land, the possibilities are boundless. Bridger Foothills Parcel 1 already boasts a stunning initial concept of improvements and landscaping, with renderings created by NVS Architects based out of Bozeman, Montana. An improved two-track trail system is in place, allowing easy access to National Forest. The suggested building site offers sweeping views of the Bridger Mountain Range, and a new road is in place, allowing a new owner to envision and construct their dream residence. This highly sought-after location seems far enough away to enjoy privacy while close to Bozeman’s world-renowned amenities.
Bridger Foothills – Parcel 2 | 142± Acres | $5.68M
Bridger Foothills Parcel 2 encompasses 142± acres with striking views of the Bridger Mountain ridgeline and the beautiful Gallatin Valley. Limestone Creek meanders along the northern boundary for over 1000 feet, while the rolling foothills with aspen-filled draws and hillsides covered with evergreens cover the landscape. The property borders approximately 150± feet of National Forest, allowing access to endless hiking and other outdoor recreational opportunities. A new two-track trail system from the suggested build site to National Forest is also in place. Owning such large parcels of land 20-minute drive outside Bozeman, Montana, is incredibly rare.