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Embrace the opportunity to own a STUNNING mountain property, with VIEWS nestled between the vibrant towns of Bozeman and Livingston. This land is priced to sell and the seller is MOTIVATED! This 20 acre parcel sits at an elevation of 6200 feet, offering multiple build sites, a partial driveway already in place, power to the lot, a gentle creek running through, and awe-inspiring views of both the Bridger and Absaroka Mountain ranges. Located a mere 2 miles from the pavement along Trail Creek, and a short 5 miles from the I-90 corridor, this property ensures accessibility. Boasting a tranquil setting, it's only 13 miles from the bustling heart of downtown Bozeman. Experience the authentic Montana lifestyle with a community-maintained road that ensures year-round access. Amid these 20 acres, you'll find your own haven of serenity, just a mile away from 1,000s of acres of extensive National Forest land. Here, wildlife thrives, with elk, deer, moose, and bear. For skiing enthusiasts and anglers, the legendary Bridger Bowl and the iconic Yellowstone River are but a 30-minute journey, each offering its unique brand of adventure. Furthermore, the property comes with existing permits for well and septic that remain valid until September. This means your vision of creating a mountain sanctuary is now closer than ever. This is more than just a piece of land; it's an invitation to build your dream mountain home, complete with natural beauty, seclusion, and the modern amenities you desire.

1010 Goose Ridge Road, Bozeman

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Information About Bozeman Montana & the Gallatin Valley

Community Info:

Population: 54,911 (up 18.4% since 2020)

Altitude: 4,847'

Snowfall: 84.5" annual

Rain:  17-18" annual

Days of precipitation per year: 111

Days of sun per year:  300

Average Temps:  Low is January is 13, High in July is 84.0

Welcome to Bozeman, Montana, a gem nestled in the heart of the northern Rocky Mountains. You can explore  breathtaking landscapes, vibrant culture, our historic Main Street and endless adventure opportunities that make Bozeman a top destination for travelers as well as people making it their home. 

From majestic mountain peaks to crystal-clear rivers full of blue-ribbon trout fishing, Bozeman offers an abundance of natural beauty waiting to be discovered. 

Community Info:

Population: 54,000 

Altitude: 4,847'

Snowfall: 84.5" annual

Rain:  17-18" annual

Days of precipitation per year: 111

Days of sun per year:  300

Average Temps:  Low is January is 13, High in July is 84.0

Bozeman's reputation as a ski town still holds true, but the area has recently seen an influx of people relocating to the area in search of a slower, high-quality lifestyle.  Bozeman and the surrounding areas certainly deliver, while still maintaining a slower pace and high quality of life for those who choose to make Bozeman home.

The Bozeman area and southwest Montana as a whole is one of the fast growing areas of the Northern Rockies.

 Here are a few reasons why:

A pro-business environment with no state sales tax

Montana State University, a Tier-1 Research University and newly expanded Gallatin College, a two-year university

Superior public schools: Bozeman High School frequently ranks nationally and is listed in the top 6 percent of America’s best high schools

Direct and easy access to Yellowstone National Park and thousands of miles of open space

World-acclaimed rivers and spring creeks with healthy trout populations for fishing

Easy to get to mountains for skiing, hiking, biking, climbing and hunting

Great quality of life, a sense of community and a thriving cultural community with active, functioning main streets, museums, theaters and art galleries

Want to learn more?  Contact me for a Montana Welcome Kit!