Build your dream cabin up where you’ve got those Big Sky views Montana is known for or build tucked away down by the creek on this great pine covered off the grid Montana property. Here’s that property you’ve been looking for that’s a great mountain retreat property here in Montana. The mountain and valley views from the gentle ridge line on the property are amazing. Build your cabin just off the Sugarloaf Mountain access road and face your picture windows toward those Montana mountain views and sit back and enjoy the sunrises and sunsets. Glass for mule deer and other wildlife that feed on the grass and tree covered slopes of the property and nearby hillsides. And enjoy the small seasonal creek that runs through the property too. Set up a picnic table next to the creek for a place to sit in the shade and listen to the water as it makes its way down the drainage. The deer and other wildlife live here too because of the water, food and shelter they need. You can hunt your own property or some of the nearby BLM or State Lands. Or you can head a short drive to the west to the Lewis and Clark National Forest and the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness areas. And east there are the Big Belt Mountains and the Little Belt Mountains. There’s no shortage of choices of places to go and hunt and hike. The fishing nearby is nothing short of amazing. The property sits near both the Dearborn River AND the renowned Missouri River. These are two incredible trout fisheries. And if that’s not enough, Holter Lake is just a short drive back to Wolf Creek for some of the best lake fishing Montana has to offer. Gas and food are at both Wolf Creek and Cascade which are only about 20 and 25 miles away respectively. And with all the amenities, fine dining, airports, and colleges both Great Falls and Helena are only about 45 and 55 miles away from the property respectively mostly on Interstate 15. They are close enough for a relatively quick drive, yet far enough for peace and quiet in the country. You’re about 2 ½ from the Interstate on mostly double wide dirt roads that are rough in places. People do live year round in the area so building a year round home is a great possibility too. Power is about 1 ½ miles away so living off the grid with alternative energy is a good option for your new cabin and there are great southern exposures for solar power. Both Sugarloaf Mountain Lane and Pryor Creek Lane border the property on two sides, so there’s roads and insurable access to the property and it’s ready to level that cabin site of your choosing or build in to the natural terrain. This is affordable Montana land, so now’s a great time to buy, before Montana land prices go up. To purchase call Scott Joyner at 406-223-6039 for more information. Priced at $47,350.