Luxury Montana Water Properties For Sale – Bozeman Real Estate – Livingston Montana Real Estate – SW Montana Live Water, River Property For Sale –
Montana Ranches and Riverfront Properties $9,700,000 5255 Madison River Road –
22 Hitching Post Lane, Livingston Montana – Yellowstone Riverfront Property! ~5 Acres 7641sf, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Extra Rooms, Fully Furnished , Livingston, MT Luxury Home – Horses Allowed – Montana Riverfront Fishing From Your Door! – $1,550,000 – MLS 214484
Five acres on the banks of Livingston, Montana’s portion of the famed Yellowstone River with direct access for the angler or boater. Stunning riverfront and mountain views allowing you to enjoy unusually long stretches of the Yellowstone River and a panorama of the rugged Absarokas.
This Montana water property is all about the Yellowstone River, Absaroka mountain views, and a luxury home.
High-end, custom, Montana farmhouse-style home will impress the most discerning buyer. Extremely well-built foam/concrete construction with high insulation values. When the winds come up in Livingston, you won’t hear it from inside this house!
Chef’s kitchen with high end appliances, media room with custom made Maple-wood pool table, two flat screen TV’s, 3 pristine video game machines dating from the 70’s.
EVERYTHING conveys in this 4 bedroom home, which would make an incredible second home, vacation rental, or BOTH!
This is a turn-key Livingston, Montana riverfront property that allows horses!
New Listing: 6530 Gooch Hill Road, Bozeman, Montana – $1,650,000 – 10.25 Acres – 3587sf – 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms – Private, Stocked, ½ Acre Trout Pond – This is a Bozeman Horse Property, Too: Up To Four Horses Allowed! – MLS 214397
New Bozeman Luxury Real Estate Listing: 6530 Gooch Hill Road, Bozeman MT 59715 – High quality, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, custom home with modern accents, stone work, and abundant windows to take in southwest Montana’s views of the Spanish Peaks and Bridger Mountains.
Custom features include: in-floor radiant heat, handmade cabinetry throughout, under-cabinet floor lighting, luxury master suite with soaker tub and heated shower walls, fir beams and corrugated metal ceiling and so much more.
$1,650,000 4 Bed, 3 Bath, Shop, and 7 Bay Garage
Significant, stocked pond right out your back door. Swim off the dock, fish, canoe or ice skate and play hockey in the winter. Property also comes with a heated shop with an office and a 7 bay garage to store all the toys.
This SW Montana Water Property Features:
Private, Trout-stocked Pond:
* Rubber membrane throughout (imagine rubber raft filled with water).
* Fish are Rainbow Trout (Hybrid)
* Half-acre and 18’ deep – this pond stays nice for swimming throughout the summer months; also can be used as a skating rink in the winter months (top 12” tends to freeze in the winter but fish survive); fishing; many varieties of wildlife living around the pond/on property – ducks, geese, red-winged blackbirds, robins, birds of prey, fox family (past 2 years – 2 separate fox dens with kits in 2016), deer, rabbits.
House – Mechanical:
* Rinnai on demand hot water heater (never runs out of hot water) – does not heat and store water, so the system is very efficient; can use multiple showers at once.
* Ground source heat pump – pulls ground water; goes through exchange unit heating radiant floors; tubes on top of subfloor set in gypcrete; while heat pump is on 11 gpm is being pumped and discharged into the bottom of the pond.
* Engineered drain tiles and geotech gravel backfill around foundation walls to prevent/mitigate any high ground water related problems – drains to open sub-grade pit at north shop.
* Passive solar design: Each year at noon on December 21st the sun shines 18’ into this Bozeman luxury home; 6 months later, at noon on June 21st the sun hits 6” outside of southern threshold; on a sunny winter’s day house heat typically does not come on until the evening/sun goes down or later. Due to the design of the eaves/roof, the summer sun rarely hits south-facing windows. There are a minimal number of west-facing windows and no need for air conditioning in summer, especially when one opens the windows at night and closes them in the morning, facilitating a cool house all day (even when using the home’s ovens).
* Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV): Fantech SHR3005R 91% efficient; this is a double unit (2 fan motors and 2 heat exchangers); fresh air intake on south side of house, exhaust outlet on north side of house; this unit replaces the volume of air in the house 3x/day on the low setting; this unit is a necessity with radiant heat and a tightly insulated house.
* Water softener: Pure Water Technologies
* MD Central Vacuum: 220 Volts; top of the line brand; kitchen has quick clean up hose and attachments in cupboard.
* Radiant heat tubes are set in gypcrete throughout the whole house (not garage); there are also heat tubes in the Master Bath shower walls
* Sheetrock: used 5/8” thickness throughout entire house, including garage ceilings and walls.
* All joints in wall sheeting (exterior) was caulked and entire exterior of the sheeting and sub-floor were painted with heavy coat of paint
* All butted joints in blue foam exterior (2” foam on foundation walls and 1” foam on sheeting) were caulked.
* Blower door test completed with excellent results.
* Insulation: all exterior walls insulated with 1” blue foam on outside of wall (under siding material of house) and 2”x6” framing for walls – sprayed 2” minimum polyurethane foam, the fiber glass batts to fill the remaining wall cavity giving a minimum R-value of 32; the ‘attic’ spaces have polyurethane insulation sprayed down on the sheetrock (“lid”) at 2” thick – covers were made for speakers and recessed lights so that they too are completely insulated; blown-in insulation on top of spray foam gives a minimum R-value of 50; this is why HRV is a necessity: the house is virtually air-tight giving great energy efficiency. Interior walls all insulated to deaden sound transfer through walls.
* Roof: main house roof runs East to West with 6/12 pitch – perfect for solar panels; house has a large electrical box just under the highest eave (east side below wind gauge) with empty conduit feeding to crawl space.
* Crawl Space: a must see! This shows lots of mechanical features in the house; moisture sealed with plastic; drain tiles running under entire foundation and around exterior walls of foundation to open sub-grade pit at north shop.
* Plumbing: entire house plumbed with copper pipe with the exception of the washing machine; a 1” copper supply feeds the length of the house to reduce friction loss ¾” and some ½” copper feed to plumbing fixtures (most new houses are plumbed with pex pipe, resulting in huge flow loss, allowing only one shower at a time and no other water usage); in this Bozeman waterfront home you can run dishwasher, washing machine, and shower simultaneously.
* Electrical: transfer switch at electrical meter; this allows you to feed power to both the house and shops with a generator while preventing back-feeding of power to the grid.
House – Other Features:
* Nuvo sound system 7.2 surround in media room, multi-zone system through house.
* Custom cabinets built by Eric Amend – cabinet boxes made with formaldehyde free maple veneer.
* Solid wood doors custom built by Steve Hauser: 8’ doors on main floor (1 ¾” thick), front door 8’x3’5 ½” thick; all doors made of solid knotty alder.
* Bar counter, fireplace mantle and hearth all made of Fir by Steve Hauser.
* Reclaimed Fir posts and beams inside, on front and rear porches, all rafters including roof overhang by large picture window in living room.
* Traditional glue-down cork floor tiles and cork/recycled rubber tiles.
* Master bedroom head board wall is painted with silk paint.
* HeatNGlo gas fireplace with “real” look has thermostat and variable speed fan, which will heat entire house as a back-up/alternative to radiant heat system.
* Eagle windows and doors: every window style/placement was carefully thought out to prevent a casement or awning window where someone might walk into it.
* New shop (36’x85’) with 7 10’x10’ doors; 2×6 framing, sitting on a foundation and footing; roof runs East to West with 3/12 pitch, which is also perfect for installing solar panels.
* Older shop: 5 door shop; gas boiler heats radiant floor (water) in big shop and office; 3” Corbond with 1” blue foam sheeting over studs inside.
* Horse property – up to 4 horses allowed.
* Wells – 2 drilled water wells, 1 WNW of house for house and 2 hydrants, 1 E of west shop near mechanical room for irrigation and water for shop sink.
* Root/Wine Cellar – 20’ well in wine cellar pit that has four 4” drain tile pipes under the pond liner to dewater the ground during pond construction (collected approx. 1500 gpm at that time); this well could be used to make waterfall landscape feature (pipes already in place).
* 10+ acres, secluded by berms.
* House set toward the very back of the property off Gooch Hill Road.
* Mountain Views: Blackmore Peak, Gallatin Range, Spanish Peaks.
* Great site for family reunions, weddings, and room for multiple motor homes (including one space with hook-ups all ready).