143 Rising Sun Way, Bozeman, MT

143 Rising Sun Way, Bozeman Montana

4 bedrooms | 3.5 baths | 3 car garage

3,596 sq ft | .45 acre lot

Offered at $1,325,000

MLS 321745

 


Property Overview

This new construction single-level home designed and built by McDonagh Construction mixes modern, mid-century and Montana aesthetics in a way that is truly remarkable. Located in Bozeman’s premier golf community, Black Bull,  the home features:

  • Post and beam timbers throughout
  • Double-sided brick fireplace
  • Master bathroom heated floors, heated towel bar and steam shower
  • Upgraded landscaping package
  • Located on a private cul-de-sac
  • Chef’s kitchen with wet bar
  • Wide plank oak floors
  • 15 foot vaulted ceilings
  • Indoor/outdoor sound system

Experience outdoor living at its finest on the covered wood deck and patio area with a wood burning fireplace overlooking the golf course with unobstructed views of the Spanish Peaks and Tobacco Root Mountains. An upgraded landscaping package enhances the already impressive exterior styling of this remarkable home. The unparalleled craftsmanship, high-quality finishes, upgraded features and overall impeccable style of this custom-built home makes it a one-of-a-kind opportunity to live the Montana dream.


Black Bull Golf Community

Black Bull is a 378 home, premier golf community on 485 acres of Historic Leachman Angus Ranch. Offering up panoramic views of the Bridger Mountains, Spanish Peaks and Tobacco Root Mountains. This highly sought-after community includes 19 hole Tom Weiskopf designed golf course, dinning, spa, massage, fitness center, cross country ski trails, swim center, tennis and more. At Black Bull, every detail was made with the family in mind and the result is a stunning community built to create unforgettable family memories year after year.

The Club at Black Bull

A high-end new clubhouse is under construction with a planned completion date in the Spring of 2019. It’s designed to be the perfect compliment to Black Bull’s Tom Weiskopf designed championship golf course. The new elevated Clubhouse building with expansive deck and view windows overlooking the 18th fairway & green and 10th fairway advantageously overlooks the spectacular Bridger Mountain range. It will feature a new restaurant and bar. This private clubhouse and surrounding amenities will be the heart of the master planned community and focuses on creating a lifestyle catered to families and enjoying the Gallatin Valley and everything it has to offer.

Lifestyle

Skiing & Snowboarding

Living at Black Bull gives you easy access to some of the world’s very best ski resorts, all within a short 60 minute drive. Bridger Bowl ski area is 23 miles North of Black Bull. Considered as Bozeman’s “hometown ski area” enjoy the challenge of hiking up and skiing down the famous Ridge. Learn More about Bridger Bowl Ski Area.

44 miles south of Black Bull is Big Sky Resort and the lovely community of Big Sky. This impressive ski resort boasts 5,800 acres of skiable terrain over 4 connected mountains with over 300 named runs. Take the tram to the top of Lone Peak at 11,166 for the longest run down and enjoy a well deserved apres drink at one of several on mountain restaurants. Learn More about Big Sky.

You might just find yourself chasing the morning snow for first tracks on the ski hill and be back in time cocktails and dinner on Main Street – that’s just the Bozeman lifestyle!

Golfing

Tom Weiskopf has designed one of Montana’s most exciting and playable championship golf courses at Black Bull. The course is a perfect fit with all player levels, with tee sets playing from just under 5000 yards to 7239 from the championship tees.

Learn More about he Black Bull Golf Course

Fly Fishing

Bozeman is one of the premier fly fishing destinations in the country. Multiple pristine fly fishing rivers are within a short drive; the Gallatin River, Madison River, Yellowstone River, Missouri River and Jefferson River. Several of these rivers are considered “blue ribbon status”, designation made in the United States to identify recreational fisheries of extremely high quality. All the small mountain streams and lakes that feed into these larger rivers are an added bonus. Rainbow trout, brown trout and cutthroat trout are what anglers in this area are aiming for.

Learn more about Montana’s Blue Ribbon Rivers

Outdoor Adventures

With panoramic views of multiple mountain ranges that surround Black Bull, it’s impossible to resist lacing up your hiking boots and exploring the mountains by foot. From the well-traveled “M” trail to more strenuous hikes into the backcountry, there’s no shortage of adventures to be had.

Bozeman also offers a number of well-maintained parks and walking trails around town. The City of Bozeman and dozens of public and private organizations have created the Main Street To The Mountains Trail System. This effort has resulted in over 80 miles of trails in Bozeman. These trails are used by commuters, runners, bikers, birdwatchers, and stargazers, and help make Bozeman one of the best places to live. All this is in addition to the trails and paths you’ll find right out your front doorstep in Black Bull.

Learn more about Bozeman walking trails

Learn more about Bozeman parks

Dining & Entertainment

Black Bull has the feeling of seclusion and privacy, while still being conveniently located near the heart of Downtown Bozeman and all the dining, entertainment and family-friendly activities it has to offer. Enjoy delicious local restaurants, shop the unique stores along Historic Main Street, and experience Art Walk or Music on Main in the summer and Christmas Stroll in the Winter.

Learn more about Bozeman Restaurants

Learn more about Kid Friendly Activities in Bozeman

Location

Black Bull is located in Bozeman, Montana, only a short 15 minute drive from the heart of the city and  less than 7 miles from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Bozeman is a very well serviced airport with many direct flights to major hubs daily. Although you’ll feel like you’re getting away from it all, you can still stay well connected to major cities across the United States. Learn More about the Bozeman Airport

From the Bozeman Airport, exit on Wings Way toward Gallatin Field Rd. Continue on Wings Way as it merges with Gallatin Field Road. Keep right as the roads merge to continue on Gallatin Field Rd. Enter next roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Airway Blvd. Continue on Airway Blvd. through 3 roundabouts.

Airway Boulevard will then become S Alaska Road just past the interstate. Turn left onto E Valley Center Road. Take a right at the intersection of Love Lane and Valley Center Rd. From Love Lane, turn right onto Durston Road at the Black Bull main entrance. Follow signs to the Welcome Center and Clubhouse.

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