Memories are made at this simple and beautiful ranch-style home. Located in the heart of Paradise Valley, you will be just 30 minutes from Yellowstone Park, 10 minutes from Livingston, and a stroll down the hill to the Yellowstone River. Gorgeous panoramic views of the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges.
This 4 bedroom home can accommodate up to 8 guests. Beautiful warm colors surround you, 2 fireplaces keep you cozy(1 wood burning and 1 gas) in the large 2900 sq. ft. living area. Beautiful decks surround the home, which boasts a large recreation room for parties and games. Fitness/weight equipment in barn. Laundry facilities in home.
Kitchen is slightly dated, however it gives the home an old school charm. Fully furnished with cooking utensils, cutlery and cooking needs. Bedrooms are located downstairs, there are 3 queen beds and a kids bedroom with 2 twin beds. The recreation room can accomadate a few more people in sleeping bags or bring your own air mattresses.
A river runs through it...: Yellowstone Country - Anglers enjoy floating the Yellowstone River, fishing in the clear mountain streams, or matching their skills with wary spring creek trout. The fabled rivers and streams of Yellowstone National Park are only a short distance up the Valley. The fishing doesn't get any better than here.
After a day of hiking, fishing, trail riding, exploring, or skiing you can relax in the hot tub or cuddle up with a good book in front of the fire. We are perfectly located for your Montana adventure.
There are numerous bird species in Paradise Valley including, American bald and golden eagles, owls, hawks, falcons, wading birds, four species of hummingbird, and Osprey. As the seasons change so do the vistas and activities available. In the Spring, migratory birds return, newly born calf elk appear on the mountain, the first tiny wildflowers bloom, and the streams open for fishing in late May. As Summer unfolds, the meadows turn to green, elk and deer are minding their young, rodeo season is under way, floating the wild Yellowstone River is enjoyed, and horseback riding and hiking are always fun with wildflowers in full bloom. The many area streams hold abundant and beautifully colored Brown, Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout. Keep your eyes out for a young buck who likes to eat the flowers near the house. He will let you watch from the house as he eats his dinner just a few feet beyond the glass doors.
When winter sets in and snow is on the mountain, the squirrels, finches and chickadees cluster at the feeder, elk by the hundreds graze the foothills, skiers head for the slopes or the back country, fireplaces warm the toes, and trips to Chico Hot Springs occur more frequently. The stars so brilliant in the cold clear skies make for the end of a perfect day.
Our guests have access to over a million acres of public land, including those in the Gallatin National Forest and the Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness. There are trails to hike, peaks to climb and pristine areas to explore.