Nestled in the Springhill community at the base of the Bridger Mountain Range is an opportunity to own a “best in class” mountain property in the Gallatin Valley. Bridger Foothills Parcel 2 encompasses 142± acres with striking views of the Bridger Mountain ridgeline. Limestone Creek meanders along the northern boundary for over 1,000 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 two-track trail system from the suggested build site to National Forest is also in place.
The Springhill community has long been a sought-after location in the Gallatin Valley. As one of the first settlements, the history runs deep, and family roots are even deeper. Whether it’s the sprawling fields that have fed families for generations or the warm, welcoming smiles of neighbors who’ve watched this community evolve over time, the Springhill community beckons with a promise of a life deeply rooted in both history and a vibrant future. The property overlooks this historic farming community just off Springhill Community Road.
Wildlife frequents the area throughout the seasons, allowing them to thrive on the land, including elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, black bears, and mountain grouse. One of the primary attractions for moving to Bozeman is its easy access to the outdoors. Bridger Foothills Parcel 2 offers direct access to National Forest, making it ideal for backcountry skiing, hiking, mountain biking, big game hunting, and upland bird hunting.
Owning such large parcels of land a 20-minute drive outside Bozeman, Montana, is incredibly rare. Bridger Foothills Parcel 2 has something truly special to offer that you must see to believe.