Nestled in the Springhill community at the base of the Bridger Mountain Range is an opportunity to own a “best in class” mountain property in the Gallatin Valley. Bridger Foothills is one of four rare and available properties comprising 142± acres. This end-of-the-road property borders National Forest, gaining access to thousands of acres for endless outdoor recreational opportunities. The backdrop to the property includes the most renowned peaks in the Bridger Mountain Range, Ross Peak and Sacajawea. Limestone Creek runs along one boundary for over 1000 feet, while the rolling foothills with aspen-filled draws and hillsides covered with evergreens cover the landscape. During the fall, the elk are bugling and the aspen leaves turn vibrant yellow, filling the hillside with a beautiful glow and providing ample beauty throughout the seasons. The Springhill community has long been a sought-after location in the Gallatin Valley. As one of the first settlements, the history is deep, and family roots even deeper. The property overlooks this historic farming community just off Springhill Community Road.
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