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Situated on the east flank of the north Bridger Mountains in southwest Montana, the Battle Ridge Mountain Retreat is a rare offering in a neighborhood where property seldom becomes available for purchase. Consisting of 361 deeded acres in 2 contiguous parcels, this scenic foothill property enjoys spectacular views in a private and secluded alpine setting. The terrain varies from riparian habitat along approximately 1 mile of Cache Creek, to lush aspen and fir covered hillsides to high timbered ridges. The acreage is home to mule deer, elk, moose, black bear and both blue and ruffed grouse. The property is unimproved, however there is buried power and phone available, a limited trail system, and numerous choice building sites that would offer spectacular views of the Bridger and Crazy Mountain Ranges. Trailheads that access National Forest lands are located a few miles away, skiing at Bridger Bowl is 10 minutes south of the property, and Bozeman, Montana is a 25-minute drive. The retreat is surrounded by ranchland. The immediate area is one of the most sporting-oriented locations in Montana, renowned for a number of legendary fisheries and world-class hunting options for upland birds, waterfowl and big game. The Battle Ridge Mountain Retreat is a beautiful property located in a mountainous, rural setting that should satisfy all the purchase criteria of any outdoor enthusiast. Offering price is $2,275,000.
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