SEE THE AERIAL DRONE FOOTAGE, below. Come home to a truly spectacular offering with hard-to-come-by features sought after by most rural buyers. You'll appreciate the 5406' well-built log home on 3 levels with generously-sized logs, soaring ceilings, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a metal roof and big decks.
Find a creek running through the acreage and at least 7 active springs. Enjoy fishing for brook and rainbow trout in your own pond, near the home. The listing is 680 acres total, but within that, it is already divided into 13 separate lots AND a 320 acre parcel AND a 40 acre parcel. A savvy investor could sell or develop unwanted lots without incurring costly subdivision fees.
To reach the home, you go along a deeded easement through state ground. The road then becomes your road, so you have seclusion and privacy. The property borders state ground. It is nestled in the woods and the mountains, so expect to see every kind of wildlife that make Montana home: bear, elk, moose, deer, mountain lions and more.
With all this, just outside your front door, consider it from a commercial perspective as an exclusive hunting and fishing lodge. With the already separate lots, convert log home into a main lodge and sell home sites or rent little cabins for your guests? With the meadows, would be a nice equestrian center. The possibilities are endless. There are NO COVENANTS and this part of the county is not zoned, so there are abundant options which is quite rare in this kind of coveted Montana setting.
You are buying an unsurpassed private retreat which also presents itself with so many different options for other uses. Heavily treed. May have logging income potential? Solar package and cell tower pass to buyer at closing. Hot tub heated by wood. Wood stove. Propane heaters, appliances and lighting in the home.
This property is also a good candidate for a conservation easement, with enticing tax reduction incentives.
CREATIVE SELLER WILL CONSIDER FINANCING, TRADES, LEASE TO OWN. Access is year round and not a bad drive: Highway 434 to Little Wolf Creek Road, which is county-maintained, then a quick jaunt on Woods Creek to your state gate (which is locked and you have the key) and a short drive through state to your estate! Seller says he owns minerals and they convey to new buyer at closing. Buyers to consult with county on uses and verify to their own satisfaction ALL representations, herein.