5891 Sypes Canyon Road, Bozeman, MT
3 bedrooms | 3 baths | 3 car garage
4,608 sq ft | 42.52 acre lot
+2 ADU’s on property
Offered at $2,550,000
*Shown by appointment only.
42.52 acres sitting atop a private bluff with panoramic views of Gallatin Valley and the five mountain ranges encircling the Bozeman area. Located 5 minutes northwest of Bozeman. 40+ fenced acres of wild hay for grazing with a barn. 2 additional ADU’s on property provide rental income.
Western style log home with modern conveniences. Anchored by a double sided rock fireplace, the main floor of the log home is loaded with character and has views from every window. The upscale stainless appliances, abundance of cabinetry, raw edge granite countertops and large island with seating, make the kitchen the heart of the home and ultimate gathering space. The ground level master features a fireplace, private patio with hot tub, ensuite bathroom with luxury shower/sauna combination, plus an extra room for gym or home theatre. Work efficiently from the home office with great Internet, hand-crafted built-in desk/storage and separate entrance for clients. Step outside to additional amenities including a new 3-car garage, heated pool
The home is located in the Sypes Canyon area of Bozeman, Montana just minutes from historic downtown Bozeman. This property lies at the northern reaches of core wildlife habitat within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and forms a linkage to a major wildlife corridor that connects the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem. The property is near the Sypes Canyon Trail, a 6.2 mile trail that follows a creek-fed canyon on the west side of the Bridger Mountains. Note that the creek is seasonal, and is usually dry by mid July. The trailhead is at the end of Sypes Canyon Road, located within Sypes Canyon Subdivision. The Sypes Canyon Trail leads through a lush, shady forest up the south canyon wall of the southern end of the Bridgers. The hike ends at an obvious promontory overlook with outstanding views of the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman and the Madison and Tobacco Root Mountain Ranges.
Bozeman lifestyle™ is considered one of the most appealing in the West. Bozeman is known for its friendly people, sense of community, excellent schools and quality of life. The town has a western charm and a relaxed attitude. The Bozeman Quality Of Life index rates very well due to access to Outdoor Recreation, Amusement, Culture, Education, Medical, Religion, Restaurants and Weather. Bozeman ranks as one of the best places to live, best places to retire, best place to raise a kid, best place to visit, best ski town, and best college town. Learn more about Bozeman Lifestyle.
Bozeman’s schools are just one of the many reasons families choose to live here. The Bozeman School System has several top rated schools, both public schools and private schools. The Bozeman public school system is divided into individual School Districts. Bozeman School District zones are subject to change. Please contact our Bozeman Real Estate Agents to learn more about Bozeman Schools and Bozeman School Districts.
*There are also several Bozeman Private Schools available.
Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Living in Bozeman offers convenient access to excellent skiing. Bridger Bowl is less than 15 minutes from downtown Bozeman. Considered Bozeman’s “hometown ski area” Bridger Bowl is one of only 4 non-profit ski areas in the United States. It provides affordable skiing, great terrain, and outstanding snowfall. Learn More about Bridger Bowl Ski Area.
2Also less than 15 minutes from downtown Bozeman is Crosscut Mountain Sports Center. Crosscut Mountain Sports Center combines the 259-acre Crosscut Ranch and 276-acre Bohart Ranch properties into one world class nordic ski venue. Crosscut Mountain Sports Center’s trail system, lodge, and venue are designed to accommodate a wide range of outdoor enthusiasts – from hikers and mountain bikers to skiing families seeking groomed cross country ski trails and backcountry access. Learn More about Crosscut Mountain Sports Center.
Montana Blue Ribbon Rivers
Several rivers in Montana have the distinction of being considered the best of the best; designated “blue ribbon” status. A Blue Ribbon fishery is a designation made in the United States to identify recreational fisheries of extremely high quality. Official Blue Ribbon status is generally based on criteria which address water quality and quantity, water accessibility, natural reproduction capacity, and angling pressure. Learn More about Montana Blue Ribbon Rivers.
Conservation and Public Land
This property is located in Gallatin County. Gallatin County is unique in that almost 50% of the 1.6 million acres is public land. Gallatin Country borders the northern edge of the 2.2 million acres of Yellowstone National Park, forming the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem which is the largest area of protected land in the lower 48 states. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the last remaining large, nearly intact ecosystems in the northern temperate zone of the Earth. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) is one of the world’s foremost natural laboratories in landscape ecology and Holocene geology, and is a world-renowned recreational destination. It is also home to the diverse native plants and animals of Yellowstone. Learn more about Bozeman Public Land.
- SQ FT
- BR | BA
3 | 3
- YEAR BUILT
- Price: $2,550,000
- Status: UNDER CONTRACT
- Type: Single Family
- MLS #: 344462
- City: Bozeman
- Zip: 59715
- Property Area: 2N – Boz Area N of I90/City
- Subdivision: Other
- Acres: 42.52
- Year Built: 1988
- Beds: 3 (not counting ADU’s)
- Baths: 3 (not counting ADU’s)
- Horses: Yes
- Square Feet: 4,608
- Appliances: BuiltInOven, Cooktop, DoubleOven, Dryer, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer
- Roof: A
- Patio/Deck: Patio
- View: Farm Land, Meadow, Mountains, Rural, Southern Exposure, Stream,Creek,River, Valley
- Style: Custom
- Utility Services: Private Well,Septic,Telephone
- Listing Agent: Christy Delger & Craig Delger of Delger Real Estate
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.