When they named Montana
"Big Sky Country"
they were standing on YOUR lot.

Living in Springhill

Springhill Reserve - a special place to live that has it all.

Living in Springhill


Nowhere else in Bozeman will you find such flawless mountain and valley panoramas, seen from each lot. The gently rolling hills provide the perfect opportunity to space homes such that no views will be obstructed.
The exceptional standards of design and building will further increase each property’s value, and will be unique to the neighborhood.

Homeowners will wake each day to northeastern views of Sacajawea and Naya Nuki peaks in the Bridger mountains, named for two of the famous Native American women involved in Lewis and Clark’s expedition into this region in the early 1800s.


Welcome to Bozeman


Bozeman, Montana. A special place to live that has it all – outdoors, business, entertainment, recreation, and more – making Bozeman one of the most desirable places to be in the country.

This growing area boasts incredible scenery, a strong sense of community, and adventure while retaining its small-town friendliness. Rated as one of the best places to live by many many national publications, Bozeman is an active university town with world-class skiing and fly-fishing, over 80 miles of bike and pedestrian trails, eclectic restaurants and galleries, and National Forestland and wilderness areas in all directions.


Springhill Lifestyle


Somewhere in the Rocky Mountains, the Bridgers meet the Gallatin Range and extend south, creating some of the best outdoor recreation in the world. The five mountain ranges encircling the Bozeman area provide hiking, camping, skiing, climbing, trail running, fishing, kayaking, and more – but there is plenty for the indoor enthusiast as well.

In addition to its unique local history and Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman is also home to a top-quality K-12 school district, a dynamic downtown, the distinguished Montana State University, a well-connected airport, and, of course, the corridor to Yellowstone National Park.


Why Springhill?


  • Bozeman School District

  • 2.7 miles of walking trails

  • 49 acres of natural/undeveloped open space

  • Large (1-2 acre) lots

  • 18-hole championship golf course within 1 mile

  • Onsite community pond

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