Quagle Creek Ranch lies at the base of the Bridger Mountains 20 minutes from Bozeman, MT. The property shares a common boundary with the USFS and offers long, scenic views. There are 404 deeded acres including 196 acres of farm ground with 98acres under a gravityfed pivot. It lies in one contiguous block consisting of timbered hillsides, rock canyons, mountain meadows and cultivated fields. Numerous vantage points offer big views of the surrounding mountain ranges and the valley below. A small creek flows through the ranch providing habitat for an abundance of wildlife including elk, mule deer, antelope, bear, mountain lion, Hungarian partridge and mountain grouse. The property is protected by a conservation easement allowing for the property to be split once, and the construction of two dwellings and support structures. It is rare to find a property of this quality contiguous to forest service with diverse landscapes and irrigated farm ground all conveniently located 20 minutes from a commercial airport and cultural center.
404 deeded acres
Convenient 20minute drive to Bozeman, Montana and a commercial airport
Borders U.S. Forest Service
Approximately 196 acres of farm ground with 98 acres under a gravityfed pivot, currently in winter wheat
Protected by a conservation easement allowing for the property to be split once, and the construction of two dwellings and support structures
Located at the base of the Bridger Mountains with private building sites and spectacular vistas
Abundance of wildlife including elk, mule deer, antelope, bear, mountain lion, Hungarian partridge and mountain grouse
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