Located along the banks of one of Montana’s greatest fly fishing rivers, Yellowstone River House is conveniently placed midway between Yellowstone National Park and the town of Livingston. As the name suggests, the Yellowstone River forms the eastern boundary for 1,200± feet, providing excellent river access via a private boat launch. The rolling bluffs above the river showcase the largest of ‘big sky’ views, with the Gallatin Mountains to the west and the Absaroka Beartooths to the east, as well as glimpses of the Crazy Mountain Range. The 53± acres of terrain as well as the recreational pursuits are wide and varied. The river bottom is full of cottonwood trees and small junipers breaking away into a lush irrigated hay meadow. The river bottom is loaded with wildlife, including mule deer, white-tailed deer and plentiful waterfowl migrating up and down the Yellowstone River. The shade and tranquility of the river bottom is enough to give solace even on the hottest of Montana summer days. A tremendous riverfront property, Yellowstone River House offers a great slice of outdoor Montana.