Gated with year round access makes for an uncommonly exclusive 20 acre lot in Beaver Creek. This executive lot is available with an additional 40 acres for the privileged buyer.The drainage feeds the Gallatin River and is the perfect retreat, within minutes of world class skiing, renowned fly fishing and big game hunting. Diverse building sites for your mature woodland estate offer Spanish Peaks mountain views to the north and the Gallatin Divide to the east. With water on this luxury property you are afforded abundant wildlife for your private viewing experience.This retreat is priced right as a great investment for the discriminating buyer.
Montana is one of the largest states in size and sparsest in density in the United States. The population barely tops one million. Vacation home buyers looking for big sky drives and untamed outdoor adventures find it in this four-season playground of protected lands, national parks and historic sites.Read more about luxury homes in Montana
The Scenic Gallatin Canyon, where scenes from the movie "A River Runs Through It" were filmed, is known as the Canyon Village section of the Big Sky area. Highway 191 makes its way from the Bozeman area to the north and West Yellowstone to the south, following the beautiful Gallatin River to the turnoff to Big Sky's Meadow Village (1 mile up the road), Big Sky Town Center (2 miles up the road), and Big Sky Resort (9 miles up the road). Many people opt to live or stay in the Canyon area, which features a variety of dining and lodging options, along with riverfront homes, custom mountain homes, cabins, and home sites.
Life in the Gallatin Canyon features a myriad of wildlife and outdoor activities. Bald eagles, bighorn sheep, bears, moose, elk, mountain goats, deer, and coyote are among some of the wildlife that can be spotted throughout. In the summer months, many people recreate on the Gallatin River, fishing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, or scouring the banks for petrified wood, gasper and fossils. The Canyon also features spectacular hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing opportunities that lead to great heights above the valley floor for endless photo opportunities. Whatever your pleasure, don't miss this wonderful part of Big Sky, Montana.