Maryott Gulch at Montana Ranch consists of 160± deeded acres contiguous to Ted Turner’s Flying D Ranch to the west, with over a mile of Maryott Gulch running the length of the property. The property is conveniently located 30± minutes from downtown Bozeman and less than 10 minutes west of the Gallatin River for trout fishing. Panoramic views of the Spanish Peaks, Bridger Mountains, Ruby Mountain, Tobacco Roots, and Elk Horns are visible from the two elevated Designated Residential Areas on this property, as well as some of the best views the Gallatin Valley has to offer. Deer, elk, and other Montana wildlife roam Maryott Gulch at Montana Ranch. With the property’s generous size, buyers have ample space to create their ideal vision and build their dream home, guest home, barn, and outbuildings. The property’s proximity to Bozeman adds to its allure, providing convenient access to amenities and outdoor activities.
The private, gated, paved Montana Ranch community is made up of 2,500± acres, preserving some of Gallatin Valley’s most breathtaking scenery. The community boasts a 7-stall equestrian center with three pastures, a round pen, a riding arena, paved roads, and electricity and phone to each lot. About 10 miles of private non-motorized trails run through the community, providing endless recreation opportunities. Under conservation easement, Ted Turner’s Flying D Ranch is contiguous to the property, where bison roam free, and some of the biggest elk in the area reside. The Bridgers, Hyalites, Spanish Peaks, Ruby Mountain, Little and Big Belts, and Tobacco Roots are all visible from the Montana Ranch Community, depending upon the lot. Owners are encouraged to have horses on their lots.