Youd never know its there. The Valley of the Moon is indeed a privately owned valley surrounded by Forest Service lands at the end of a highly discreet road. With extensive frontage on Rock Creek, one of Montanas most famous blue ribbon trout fisheries, and total seclusion a mere 40 minute drive to an international airport, this property has no equal. The improvements, designed by renowned architect Emilio Ambasz, at Valley of the Moon are a unique departure from the norm blending modern architecture with a pristine, rocky mountain landscape totaling 1,396 acres. Gilbert Creek, a trout spawning tributary to Rock Creek, flows through the length of this valley. In short, this property is a Rocky Mountain utopia.
Bill McDavid Hall and Hall