Bridger Foothills, located approximately 20 minutes from Bozeman, MT, comprises two expansive parcels nestled at the base of the Bridger Mountain Range, totaling 342± acres in one of Montana’s most coveted settings. The property boasts a stunning backdrop with the renowned peaks of the Bridger Mountains, including Ross Peak and Sacajawea, providing breathtaking panoramic views from sunrise to sunset. Positioned at the end of the road, the property offers approximately 1,000 feet of Limestone Creek meandering along its border as well as 0.5± miles of National Forest boundary, offering direct access to thousands of acres for a myriad of outdoor recreational activities.
Free from restrictive covenants and unencumbered by a conservation easement, this property presents itself as a blank canvas for a new owner. In an effort to enhance the swift enjoyment of the land, the seller has implemented essential infrastructure, including roads, power, and a recently constructed Morton Building. This versatile structure serves as a storage facility for equipment and toys and holds the potential to function as temporary living quarters, allowing the new owner the flexibility to envision and build their dream home at their own pace.
To further facilitate the building process, NVS Architects from Bozeman, Montana, have meticulously crafted initial renderings of potential improvements and landscaping. This thoughtful approach aims to streamline the construction timeline, particularly in a region where demand is exceptionally high, often leading to extended timelines.
In autumn, the landscape awakens with the resonant bugling of elk, and the vibrant yellow hues of aspen leaves cast a captivating glow across the hillside, creating a breathtaking spectacle. The property transforms with the seasons, adorned by sagebrush and wildflowers during spring and summer, providing splendid views that captivate throughout the entire year.
The grasslands and timbered hillsides of the foothills serve as a haven for wildlife, featuring elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, black bear, and mountain grouse. Beyond wildlife observation and sporting pursuits, the property presents opportunities for backcountry skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and upland bird hunting. The adjoining forest service area further expands these possibilities.
The rarity of finding large parcels of land within minutes of Bozeman, boasting a National Forest boundary, live water features, and iconic Montana views, is truly exceptional.
The appeal of this land is unparalleled when the parcels are combined. However, each parcel is also offered separately. Please see additional details below.
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.