If you dream of building your custom Montana home or are ready to invest in land close to Downtown Bozeman, now is the time to make an appointment to tour Homestead! Only 9 choice home sites, with lot sizes varying from 12.5 to 20 acres, comprise Phase One of Homestead, with one of these lots sold.
Conveniently located on a bench to the West of the base of the Bridger Mountains, and literally within minutes of historic downtown Bozeman, Homestead offers a rare opportunity for the discerning buyer to “Have It All.” It is a quick drive to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, world-class skiing, blue ribbon fishing, schools, big box shopping and boutique strolling, hiking trails, and much more. Owners at Homestead will enjoy how close they are to all the amenities of a thriving college town while being minutes from multiple trails leading into the heart of forested mountains.
All lots come with sweeping “Three-Sixty Views” that encompass the grandeur of the fabled Bridger Mountains, Story Hills, the Gallatin Valley with evening city lights twinkling in the distance, the Gallatin Range and Spanish Peaks, Madison Range, and the Tobacco Root Mountains. One can get lost in the ever-changing sky touching the seemingly infinite vastness of rural lands, mountains, and undulating hills. This is the land of eagles, deer, elk, even the occasional bear, and a place waiting for you to call home.
A landscaped entrance with an attractive Montana-timber style owners’ mail and parcel area greets you. Covenants and reasonable Design Guidelines allow you to build your primary house, a guesthouse, and even a barn/art studio/ or storage for all the Montana toys one seems to accumulate. Utilities are to the lots, with private well and septic the owners’ responsibility. Specified larger lots may have horses.
Phase 2, still in the plat and approval stage, will also comprise of 160 acres divided into 5 initial lots.
- Horses allowed on lots 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 & 14 in designated areas. Maximum of 4 horses per lot.
- Designated building envelopes to retain view sheds.
- Home design and construction are governed by the Architectural & Construction Guidelines and will be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Committee.
- Covenants allow for one single family residence, one guest house and one accessory building per lot.
- Individual well and septic systems are the responsibility of the buyer.
- Utilities are underground and available to each lot.
- Homes on Lots 1 – 5 & 10-14 are required to have automatic fire suppression system.
To accomplish the highest levels of design and construction, The Homestead will focus on a philosophy inspired by a different way of living, and an enriched understanding of this special place. The built environment will complement the beauty of the site using natural materials, colors, and forms while landscaping of native plants and trees will blur the lines between nature and manmade structures. With the establishment of architectural guidelines and site development standards, The Homestead Homeowners Association will be assured of a long-term preservation of values, alongside the highest quality of life. Special care has been taken to protect existing vegetation, topography, and natural drainage patterns. All improvements shall be planned to minimize alteration of the land and impacts on existing environment. All Homestead residence shall incorporate distinguished designs and superior construction, ensuring every home will retain its architectural integrity while complimenting the site, adjacent lots, and homes.
Seeking a balance between the land, its valuable resources, and all inhabitants is elemental to the basic principles of life. Responsible development through conservation easements, wildlife and ridgeline protection, site restoration, and sustainable building practices are essential in fortification of this pristine landscape. For those fortunate enough to consider The Homestead as “home” means a personal commitment to our sustainability and stewardship philosophy.
Our promise to this land is paramount, our purpose to sustain it, clear. “We can never improve what our Creator has given us, and we can never replace it. If we preserve the land and treat it with integrity, success will follow.”