7007 Jackson Creek, Bozeman, MT – SOLD

7007 Jackson Creek Road, Bozeman, MT

7007 Jackson Creek, Bozeman Montana

4 bedrooms | 3.5 baths | 3 car garage

4,350 sq ft | 40.5 acre lot

Offered at $1,999,000

MLS 333613

*Shown by appointment only.

The Grounds

Situated on some of the most coveted acreage in the heart of Bridger Canyon, this 40+ acre retreat features a pond, perennial Spring Creek, and stunning Bridger Mountain vistas. Rolling meadows create a lush, actively managed, upper hay & alfalfa pasture while the lower basin tucks the home and a supremely private back yard away from the wind and near the live water.

7007 Jackson Creek Road - Creek & Mountains 7007 Jackson Creek Road - Setting 7007 Jackson Creek Pond

The Home

Designed by renowned Halverson architects, this custom home was built with quality materials and an eye to the surrounding landscape taking maximum advantage of the unique setting. Soaring ceilings, a grand wood burning fireplace, expansive 360 degree views and an open floor plan graciously welcomes friends and family. The main level Master suite includes a fireplace, walk-in closet, and deep soaking tub complete with sweeping views. The Chef’s kitchen features Wolf double ovens, Subzero & Bosch appliances, walk in pantry, plus alder cabinetry and granite countertops. Serve meals in the kitchen nook, dining area, or progress to the southwest facing patio and dine al fresco. As dusk descends, congregate around the fire pit to listen to the creek and watch for wildlife grazing in the meadow or fish rising in pond. This legacy estate is located less than 15 min. to downtown Bozeman.

7007 Jackson Creek Road - Living Room 7007 Jackson Creek Views 7007 Jackson Creek Road - Patio

The Area

The home is located in the Bridger Canyon area of Bozeman, Montana just minutes from historic downtown Bozeman. Bridger Canyon is arguably some of the finest real estate in Montana. Bridger Canyon’s 44,800 acres(70 square miles) is the oldest rural zoning district in Montana. Bridger Canyon is a critical component of wildlife conservation in southwest Montana. 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. Elk in particular are frequently spotted on this property all seasons, but especially during the winter as they make the area their home.

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Bridger Canyon

Bridger Canyon Zoning DistrictBridger Canyon is a protected area on the northeast edge of Bozeman, Montana. The Bridger Canyon area comprises approximately 44,800 acres(70 square miles). The Bridger Canyon Rural Zoning District was established in 1971 to protect the natural beauty and agricultural open space character of the area. One of the zoning restrictions enacted was that population density in Bridger Canyon was capped at one home for every 40 acres. Throughout the years, and the challenges, the Bridger Canyon zoning district continues to preserve the exquisite beauty and value of Bridger Canyon. Learn more about Bridger Canyon Zoning.

Bozeman Schools

Bozeman SchoolsBozeman’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.

This property resides in the following school districts:
Elementary School: Hawthorne Elementary School
Middle School: Sacajawea Middle School
High School: Bozeman High School

*There are also several Bozeman Private Schools available.

Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding

Bridger BowlLiving at 2803 Bridger Hills offers convenient access to excellent skiing. Bridger Bowl is less than 15 minutes away. 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.

Cross-Country Skiing

Crosscut Mountain Sports Center2803 Bridger Hills is also less than 15 minutes to 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.


Bridger Canyon WildlifeBridger Canyon is a critical component of wildlife conservation in southwest Montana. As populations of large animals have been dramatically reduced in many areas of Montana and the West, Bridger Canyon remains a refuge for numerous species.

The lack of pressure from humans, combined with the protected Forest Service areas created habitat that is appealing to a large number of species. Bridger Canyon is home to most Rocky Mountain species of ungulates and carnivores, as well as numerous species of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.

2803 Bridger Hills is located on 16 acres that is adjacent to 58 acres of open space. The property provides excellent wildlife viewing opportunities with regular sightings of elk and mule deer. Learn more about Bridger Canyon Wildlife.

Conservation and Public Land

Bozeman Public LandIn addition to the 44,800 acres(70 square miles) of protected land that Bridger Canyon offers, 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

    4 | 3.5





  • Price: $1,999,000 
  • Status: Active 
  • Type: Single Family 
  • MLS #: 333613 
  • City: Bozeman 
  • Zip: 59715 
  • Property Area: 2B – Boz Area Bridger Cyn 
  • Subdivision: Other 
  • Acres: 40.5 
  • Year Built: 2002 
  • Beds: 4 
  • Baths: 3.5
  • Horses: Yes
  • Square Feet: 4,350 
  • Appliances: Dishwasher,Disposal,Dryer,Freezer,Refrigerator,Stove,Washer 
  • Interior: Automatic Garage Door, Gas Fireplace, Vaulted Ceiling, Wood Fireplace
  • Roof: Shingle 
  • Patio/Deck: Patio 
  • View: Farm Land, Meadow, Mountains, Pond/Lake, Rural, Southern Exposure, Stream,Creek,River, Valley  
  • Style: Custom 
  • Utility Services: Private Well,Septic,Telephone 
  • Builder / Architect: Halverson Architects 
  • Listing Date: 2019-05-15 
  • Listing Agent: Christy Delger & Craig Delger of Bozeman Realty Group | PureWest | Christie’s – Bozeman 



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.

Bozeman Direct Flights


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Bridger Canyon Zoning Regulation
Bridger Canyon Wildlife
Bridger Mountain Range
Bridger Canyon Maps
Bridger Bowl
Crosscut Mountain Sports Center
Bridger Bowl Cloud
Bridger Bowl Cold Smoke
Bridger Canyon Whale
Bridger Canyon National Forest
Bridger Canyon Campgrounds
Bridger Canyon Horse Property
Bozeman Private Pond Regulations
Bozeman Airport


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