This Montana property borders BLM land with a small spring creek with water rights in a grassy Montana basin with mountain views, a cabin site, and elk and deer. This 12.9 acres borders BLM land which gives you more land you can hunt, hike, and enjoy right out your back door. There’s elk and deer on the property at times and a good herd of both in the area so owning this property and bordering the additional BLM land gives you all the more opportunity to see and hunt them if you’d like. There’s also a large ranch a short way to the north of the property that has wide open spaces, and the ranch has been in Montana’s Block Management program for even more hunting nearby. And there’s a small spring creek right there on the property too. The wildlife use it for water and the lush vegetation it provides and it’s right next to the cabin site where you can enjoy it as well. The spring creek runs through the middle of the property and comes with a water right too for stock watering from the creek. And there’s already a water tank in place that fills with spring water for stock watering and/or the wildlife that live here. You’re up near the head end of the basin so it’s nice and secluded. There’s a great cabin site out in a lush meadow and it’s ready to build or just pull in your camper and enjoy. It sits right next to the creek, so you’ll have water right out your front door. And the property sits just under the slopes of Valpariaso Mountain just across the creek where you can watch for wildlife. You’ll own both sides of the valley around you and have views of the Elkhorn Mountains in the distance too. There are also the remains of several old cabins just across the creek where the old-timers used to work and live. Imagine the stories these old cabins could tell. There’s lots of history here for sure. You’ll have very special access to the BLM land bordering the property that sits to the west, and that leads to the Block Management Area beyond that. There’s lots of country to hunt and hike. There’s a healthy herd of elk in the area as you’ll see when you’re there, and there’s elk sign and trails to prove it as well. The property is in Hunting District 335 where there’s general over-the-counter deer and elk tags and a second cow elk tag that can be drawn since there are so many elk in the hunting district. So there’s lots of opportunity year after year. And you’re just across the highway from the fabled Hunting District 380 in the Elkhorn Mountains with its limited elk permits and huge bulls. These elk cross the highway too which might put them right in your back yard where you can be ready to hunt the big ones. The property is about 1½ miles on a private gated road with deeded easements. From there it’s about 2½ miles of gravel county road and 1½ miles of paved county road to Jefferson City and Interstate 15. From there it’s an easy commute to Helena, Montana which is only about 20 miles from the property. Helena is the capitol city of Montana with its university, airport, and all the amenities located near the center of Montana. Power is about 4 miles away, so this is an off-the-grid property with phone and Northwestern Energy natural gas line about 1 ½ miles away back down at the county road. A property like this with all these qualities in this kind of setting is very difficult to find. And it has no covenants or restrictions that go with the land. To find out more about this rare find, call Scott Joyner right away at 406-223-6039, and see how easy it is to purchase this great Montana property. Priced at $169,900.
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