Welcome to Spain Bridge Meadows, an extraordinary neighborhood just outside Bozeman, Montana, at the base of the Bridger Mountains. The views are breathtaking. The amenities—proximity to the East Gallatin River, intelligently designed open space and miles of trails-are unrivaled anywhere in the valley.

The value—based on reasonable pricing and remarkably smart design—makes Spain Bridge Meadows a sound investment.

History and Lifestyle

Near the gentle curves of the East Gallatin River is Spain Bridge Meadows: a place of unparalleled beauty that has been cherished for generations.

What started as an agricultural gem amidst a sea of mountains and sky is, today, a magnificently appealing and sustainably designed residential development.

With 200 fertile acres and only 47 single-family home lots, much of this pristine setting will be preserved—and enjoyed—as open space. The final project of legendary landscape architect Scott Doss, Spain Bridge Meadows is designed to harbor an ecologically sound and breathtakingly beautiful community.

Preserved for the families that will call it home and the wildlife that will continue to use the area as an important habitat corridor. Spain Bridge Meadows is a place where the quality of life reflects the legacy of the land.


Having farmed the land for more than four decades, the Wallingford family was wholly dedicated to finding a way to preserve and protect the quality of the land, while simultaneously creating a desirable place to live.

The “constraint based design” utilized by renowned landscape architect Scott Doss does exactly that by, in essence, allowing the land itself to determine the development.

With over half the land designated as open space, Spain Bridge Meadows sets a new standard for sustainably designed residential developments in the Gallatin Valley.

Meandering trails and the intelligent design of both roads and home sites will maximize the graceful—and natural—beauty of Spain Bridge Meadows.


Following the gentle contours of the land, miles of hiking and running trails weave through Spain Bridge Meadows. Come winter, the trails can be utilized for cross-country skiing.

A unique park like open space is designed with a trout stocked pond, water feature and shelter providing residents with endless ways to enjoy their new home


Known by Native Americans and the earliest pioneers as the tranquil “Valley of Flowers,” Gallatin Valley has grown into a vibrant, flourishing mountain community with a richly diverse cultural scene.

From opera and ballet, to a nationally celebrated symphony and multiple theatre companies, Bozeman is becoming a cultural destination rather than just an outdoor-lover’s paradise.

A thriving art scene and robust culinary culture add to the town’s tremendous appeal.

With all of its cultural attractions, Bozeman and Belgrade’s natural setting is, for many, still its greatest feature. There are mountains for skiing and hiking, rivers for fishing and as many miles of wilderness as there are ways to savor Big Sky Country.