Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Missouri River Views!!! Bordering State Land Acreage In Cascade, Montana


This great Montana property in three parcels overlooks the renown Missouri River and borders State Land with power close by, a small creek, and is home to bighorn sheep and mule deer for that great Montana home or retreat you always dreamed of. This incredible find sits atop a ridge overlooking the Missouri River. The views of the Missouri River and surrounding mountains are stunning from this great Montana property. The Missouri River is an incredible fishery here below Holter Lake. The river is only ¼ mile away, so it’s within walking distance to head to the river and fish for Missouri River trout whenever you want. Or in the warm parts of the summer head to the water to cool off and float or swim. It’s right out your back door. The fishing nearby is nothing short of amazing. The property sits just above both the renowned Missouri River AND near the Dearborn River as well. These are two incredible trout fisheries. Stop and take a few casts and just relax every time you go by. 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. The property also borders State Land to the south for more land to recreate, hike, and hunt. Below that sits an old abandoned railroad and then the Missouri River. So it’s all right there close to use and enjoy. The State Land has power on it too that’s only about 400 feet from the property. So with the proper permits the power company obtains, power could potentially be brought in and hooked up to your new home or cabin that sits atop it all. There’s a great saddle to build on out in the pine trees with Missouri River views to the west and east and mountain views in all directions. It’s one of those rare properties that’s hard to find. The property is already in three parcels so you can own the ridgeline all the way down to the draw bottom and up to the ridge opposite of you. There’s less neighbors that way and there are several springs in the draw bottom that form a small creek that provides water for the bighorn sheep and mule deer in the area. A little running water is always a good thing to have when you own property and it keeps the wildlife close and happy. And with three parcels you’ve got options for other family, friends, or sale of a portion of the property in the long term. There’s a nice mix of ponderosa pine trees and meadows along with some rocky crags that provide the perfect combination of cover and feed for the bighorn sheep, mule deer and other wildlife in the area as well. It’s a great feeling to see bighorn sheep right on your very own property and be able to enjoy them whenever they’re around. Not everyone gets to own property with bighorn sheep after all. You can hunt deer on your own property or the adjacent State Lands. Or for elk and deer you can head a short drive to the west to the Helena-Lewis & 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. For more information call Scott Joyner at 406-223-6039. Priced at $129,600.

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