Strategically located just 10± minutes from downtown Bozeman and less than 15 minutes from Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport, Summer Cutoff Retreat is a little over five acres and sits in the shadow of the Bridger Mountains, one of the most dramatically beautiful ranges in Montana. This property is in the coveted and desirable Gallatin Valley, with five mountain ranges surrounding the area. Built in 1977, the modest and traditional home has had some upgrades, including a sunroom addition with slate flooring and a gas fireplace. It is a perfectly sized 3,722± square foot, three-bedroom, two full bathroom, two 3/4 bathroom home with an attached heated two-car garage. Out the back door, you will find a spacious covered patio perfect for bringing family and friends together. Summer Cutoff Retreat also includes a large 40′ x 75′ shop with two box stalls and two tie stalls for horses with large doors and electric openers. Perimeter-fenced Summer Cutoff Retreat sits on a knoll at the base of the Bridger Mountains overlooking Bozeman. The property sits at an elevation of about 4,860’. Five fenced pastures surround the home and outbuildings, perfect for the horse lover. There are two driveways – one for the home and one for the large barn/shop. This is a gorgeous piece of ground with some of the most dramatic views in the valley, all while being very close to Bozeman and its amenities. No covenants, restrictions, or zoning allow this to be a blank canvas for a new owner. Bozeman, a short drive south of the property, is one of Montana’s major tourism centers and one of the most diverse small towns in the Rocky Mountain West. The fastest-growing city in Montana, Bozeman hosts an eclectic mix of ranchers, artists, professors, ski enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs drawn by world-class outdoor recreation and Montana State University. Downtown Bozeman has been an essential and historic gateway to the West for over 100 years. Today, downtown still features rows of historic buildings. In Bozeman, you will find a mix of great restaurants, shops, theater, symphony, ballet, live music, rodeos, the Sweet Pea Festival, Music on Main, the Gallatin County Fair, and much more.