Location! Location! – Secluded 8+/- acres on the bank of the Boulder River.
This property sits right on the edge of Big Timber, has two homes with no covenants, and a very private
setting. Fish right out your front door. No flood issues during the high water! The 4 bedroom, 3 bath home
has an open living space with windows looking out to the river rolling by.
The 2nd home is far enough away to be used as a rental or vacation home without taking the privacy away
from the main home. The property is crossed fenced and could easily be used for horses or 4-H animals.
Each home has a detached garage.
Restaurants and boutique shopping are only five minutes away. Enjoy the Boulder Valley and all it has to
offer within 30 minutes. The Bozeman and Billings airports are only one hour away.
201 1/2 E. 9TH AVE: Located right in town with a private road across from the city park.
BIG TIMBER: Located at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Boulder River, Big Timber is the
Sweet Grass County seat and services as the support system to the areas cattle ranching community
and recreation industry. Big Timber features a school system which offers K-12, a hospital, clinic,
nursing home, Assisted Living, dentist, beauty shops, a quilt shop, golf course, churches, grocery and
clothing stores, museums, art galleries, establishments offering fine food from the nationally
acclaimed dining at “The Grand Hotel”, to casual meals at the Timber, motels, bed and breakfasts,
movie theater, brewery, and a paved airport capable of facilitating most any private aircraft. Big
Timber has much to offer as a small comfortable Montana town.
BILLINGS: Located approximately 82 miles to the east, Billings is the center of Montana’s livestock
industry. The International Airport in Billings is presently serviced by 5 majors airlines. Billings has
two of the finest medical facilities in the northwest. Shopping, fine dining, theater and the arts make
Billings the true hub of Montana.
BOZEMAN: Located 63 miles west via I-90, Bozeman is the home to Montana State University.
Bozeman is known as a year-round recreation center. Fishing is a short distance away on the Gallatin,
Madison, and Jefferson Rivers. Gallatin County has numerous hiking and biking trails. Bozeman’s
winter time sports feature skiing Bridger Bowl’s legendary “Cold Smoke Powder” or a 45 mile drive
to Big Sky, Montana’s largest ski area and summer resort. For cross country skiing enthusiasts, this
area of Montana features miles of groomed and unpacked cross-country trails.