Paradise Hills Ranch is a wonderful recreational & equestrian property situated on 100 +/- acres in the beautiful Paradise Valley, near charming downtown Livingston. The vibrant town of Bozeman with its international airport is also easily accessed from this location.
Breathtaking views of Emigrant Peak and Antelope Butte serve as the perfect backdrop for this well-appointed retreat with 5 bedrooms, 8 baths in the beautifully furnished main residence. Nestled by the creek is a charming 1 bedroom, 1 bath log cabin built in the 1900s. Caretaker quarters, a large conference room, and indoor swimming pool may all be accessed from the main house via an enclosed breezeway. The indoor riding arena is +10,000 square feet and includes 8 bunk rooms, 2 baths, and a commercial kitchen. To top it off, there is a greenhouse, shop, and aircraft hangar with landing strip.
The ranch will accommodate many recreational activities on site, including horseback riding, fishing and hunting. However should the avid outdoor enthusiast wish to venture off site, they will find convenient access to the mighty Yellowstone River, several spring creeks, Yellowstone National Park, and thousands of miles of riding & hiking trails, hunting, and skiing.
Paradise Hills Ranch is aggressively priced at $2.2 Million, making this an excellent investment opportunity.
THE WINNER: Bozeman, MT – The best place to reboot your life
Set between the Gallatin and Bridger Ranges, Bozeman offers easy access to thousands of acres of Gallatin National Forest, hundreds of miles of blue-ribbon trout streams (the nearby Yellowstone and Madison Rivers are ranked among the best in the world), and three downhill ski areas, including nonprofit Bridger Bowl, just 18 miles north of town.
Between 2000 and 2012, Bozeman’s population grew more than 40 percent, and a good deal of that growth came from urban refugees seeking a smaller-city pace and daily access to the outdoors. For some, the move is part of a grand plan to finally work on that big idea. For others, new ventures are born out of necessity; in the absence of major metro jobs, many newcomers create their own.
Winters are long and cold—think average lows of 15° in February—but locals bundle up and embrace them. They flock to such events as the Wild West WinterFest (“Flakes Welcome!”), a February tradition that includes everything from a quilt show to a dog keg pull, in which Fido hauls a sled loaded with one or more kegs of beer.
Source: Sunset Magazine, Miranda Crowell, Peter Fish, Aislyn Greene, Matthew Jaffe, Sarah Max and Andrea Minarcek