155 East Hodgeman Canyon Rd. Bozeman, MT
155 East Hodgeman Canyon Rd. is a beautifully remodeled home approximately 6 miles southwest of downtown Bozeman. Located in friendly Aspen Heights Subdivision, this home is walking distance to the Gallatin National Forest and the Kirk Hill Trail.
2,535 sq. ft. 1.86 acres.
*Shown by appointment only.
Safe, secluded neighborhood. Wildlife includes fox, pheasant, elk, deer, bears, owls, eagles and even moose.
One mile to Hylate Canyon Recreation Area. Spectacular views of the Bridger Mountains and downtown night lights. Home was fully remodeled in 2007 with custom finishes. Almost 2 Acres of well-manicured mature landscaping. Fenced vegetable garden and lovely perennial gardens. Gorgeous granite kitchen with Viking commercial stove/oven/hood. Stainless appliances. Vaulted ceilings. Impressive master suite with stone/glass shower and jet tub. Stone fireplace. Hardwood, tile, and recent carpet. Walkout basement with separate kitchen, living, bed & bath – potential rental income. 3 decks and huge lawn. High-end hardware and lighting. Designer colors and touches throughout. Energy efficient windows and zoned heat. All appliances convey, including front load washer & dryer.
THIS PROPERTY WAS SUCCESSFULLY SOLD IN 2017
Kirk Hill Trail
The Kirk Hill trail is 1.6 miles in length. It starts in a marshy meadow and climbs into a dry hillside overlooking the Gallatin Valley. It is mostly shaded and weaves through old-growth Douglas-Fir forests and beautiful aspen groves. This trail features many flowers and plants, particularly in the spring. The trail is very steep and can be slippery when wet. It connects into the Gallatin National Forest, accessing hundreds of miles of additional trails.
Hylate Canyon Recreation Area
Hyalite Reservoir is located 10.5 miles up Hyalite Canyon. It contains cutthroat trout and arctic grayling. A ‘no wake’ rule has been instituted, allowing only low speed motoring for trolling. Campgrounds are located on the east shore of the lake offering family camping units, picnic sites, boat ramps, outhouses, and drinking water. Recently added was a picnic pavilion on the west shoreline of the Hyalite Reservoir Dam. The pavilion was built in collaboration with the Montana State University School of Architecture, The Gallatin National Forest and local construction professional volunteers.