Friday, June 7, 2024

NEW LISTING! Bordering National Forest Cabin On Site Near The Big Hole River

Montana property for sale with a cabin for sale bordering National Forest on three sides, a gated road with a seasonal creek and pond, elk and deer hunting, and trees. This Montana hunting property borders National Forest Lands on three sides out in the mountains of Montana. You’ve got all these extra public lands right out your back door that you can take off and hunt, too. It’s a huge bonus to have these lands right there next to you to hunt and recreate on. Set up stands and hunt your own property for elk and deer, or take off after them wherever they may be roaming for the day. You’ll hear elk bugling in the fall, and you can glass the open parks and hillsides right from your property and hunt them from there. You can hunt both elk and deer with a general tag, and there are extra cow elk tags you can draw for a second elk as well since the elk are so plentiful in Hunting District 340. There are thousands and thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest lands you can hunt and explore here in the Highland Mountains. There’s lots of country that’s yours to enjoy right at your fingertips, and it's wide-open spaces for you to have and enjoy for decades to come. There’s already a cabin on the property, so it’s ready to come and enjoy immediately. It’s the perfect retreat with a 12x24 foot hunting cabin with a built-in loft and porch tucked away right by Blacktail Creek that runs periodically through the property. Talk about a great setting. You can sit on the porch and enjoy the sounds of your own forest and the scenery of the forested hillsides around you. The cabin has 4 windows, so you can enjoy the scenery around you from inside. There is also a windowed front door, wood siding, and a metal roof. Finish the cabin to your liking when you can, or use it as is. You can even build another cabin of your dreams and use this one as the guest cabin if you’d like. There are all kinds of options with a property and cabin like this. You can pull in your camper, too, as there’s more leveled room to park and enjoy. You’re right there next to Blacktail Creek, which runs seasonally right by the cabin and up behind the property on the National Forest. There’s also a small seep on the upper reaches of the property. It’s an elevated water source that could be developed a bit and get the elk and deer to use it even more. Wickiup Creek runs through the valley just below the property with its water, willow bottoms, wildlife, and small fish. It’s a perfect place to get away and relax and enjoy the fresh mountain air and scenery. This is one of those legacy properties your family will be glad you bought and handed down through the generations. It’ll be a place for everybody to enjoy now and in the future. This recreational property is amazing; back in the mountains of Montana, it gets snowed in during the winter, so it’s not a place to live year-round. Power is miles away, so it’s definitely off the grid. There are lots of roads and country to explore in all directions. The property sits about 22 miles south of Butte on paved and relatively good forest roads most of the way. So, it’s not far to head back to civilization when you’re ready or need gas or fuel. Butte also has an airport for all your out-of-state travel needs. This is one of those properties you won’t want to miss out on. Especially not in this fast-paced market with a cabin already on the property. Call Scott Joyner today at 406-223-6039 to learn more and visit about purchasing this great Montana mountain property. Priced at $214,250.


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