East Bridger Refuge is a very unique property that is just 45± minutes from Bozeman, Montana. Nestled in the foothills on the east side of the Bridger Mountains and just northwest of Sedan, the 200± acres that encompass East Bridger Refuge have a number of beautiful changes in topography and vegetation. As you enter the property from the well maintained road, there are south facing grass and sage pastures leading up to dense Douglas Fir covered ridges. From that vantage point, you can glance down onto the South Fork of 16 Mile Creek surrounded by quaking aspens and willows. To the north and south you have spectacular views of the Bridger Mountains as well as the Crazy Mountains to the east. All these amazing transitions make for not only eye appealing view sheds but entices wildlife with cover, travel corridors and access to food and water. Simply put, this much variety packed into only 200± acres is a rare opportunity. The ranch is also offered in an 80± acre parcel.
The East Bridger Refuge borders U.S. Forest Service land on its southern and eastern boundaries providing direct access to thousands of acres of public land in the Bridger Mountains. The other neighbors are large in-holdings, some long time ranching families and others new arrivals who have made major commitments to their properties. With all this adjacent wide open private ground and public lands, large numbers of elk, deer, black bear and moose utilize the 12 springs for water as they travel throughout the refuge during the spring, summer and fall months.
Parcel A: $1,200,000
Parcel B: $450,000