Moonlight Basin Privacy, Views Featured in Wall Street Journal

Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana, was included in a recent Wall Street Journal story about communities where the “prime amenity” is large lots that afford privacy and great views. Among those featured was Moonlight Basin’s 655-acre Ulery’s Lakes neighborhood, where six 20-acre parcels are on the market. “The covenants at Ulery’s Lakes encourage sociable behavior,” wrote Amy Gamerman. “Owners must build their homes, guest barns and corrals within a 2-acre envelope on their property, but otherwise grant each other access to one another’s land for hikes, horseback riding and fishing. Hunting isn’t allowed – the preserve lies in a major migratory path for elk – but residents can boat and fish in a private alpine lake and two stocked trout ponds.”

Read the Wall Street Journal story.

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