A diverse and private holding in a sunny bow of Bridger Canyon, protected by cottonwoods, aspens and pines, includes 2 spring-fed stocked ponds and 1000' feet of Bridger Creek flowing through the land. The original Oma Homestead, in this area once revered by the Native Americans as “The Valley of Flowers”, is a true legacy property with abundant wildlife that nest in the 46 acres and yet, only 10 minutes to Downtown Bozeman or skiing the 'cold smoke' at Bridger Bowl. There's a prominent 7,539 sf main home, elegant and timeless with 5 bd/5 ba designed by architect, Van K. Bryan, and built by craftsman, Tom Swanson. Two separate guest homes provide places for 'family and friends' to gather in either the hip, skier's cabin or the century-old creek side home. The abundant water, hay fields, pastures, and timber give the property it's strength and beauty while the refurbished, vintage barn and original Bridger Canyon dance hall provide a spiritual grace to the property's heritage. Stunning!
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