This Montana gem is a rare one. The acreage borders National Forest Service on the north, west, and east borders. The southern border is State of Montana land and is still public-use land. The local wildlife consists of a healthy population of whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, black bears, turkeys, and other smaller creatures, as well as natural predators. This sportsman paradise includes a turnkey home that is fully off the grid. The solar package supports the house’s electrical function needs with all-new Full River solar batteries as of 2022. The 500-gallon propane tank for the stove, water heater, and high-efficiency propane heater lasts the seasonal homeowners a few seasons before a refill. The additional acreage consists of timbered mountain tops, saddles, valleys, and two drainages with spring-fed streams moving above and below ground throughout the property.
A wood stove in the basement supplies a good deal of the heat to the home while you wait for the summer months to show. The first floor is finished with two beds, a bath, and a full kitchen with a living room. A covered deck is also accessed from the kitchen, allowing wildlife viewing and overlooking the small pond. The walkout basement is partially finished with another bedroom, bathroom, and sitting area. This is it if you are looking for that secluded getaway but still close to town. The 15-minute drive to Superior for supplies is short and sweet. Missoula is only 1 hour away as well. The house is backed up with a 6500-watt Honda Gen that can be negotiated into the sale of the property. Outside, you will see endless forest views, a fenced apple orchard, and a garden. The water well that supplies the house is set up with a low amp draw Grundfos water pump. The access to this large acreage property is deeded, which is a big plus when you access parcels through National Forest Service lands. Please reach out to understand more about the incentive for that access.
Abundant wildlife on property and in adjacent public lands
63 miles from Missoula International Airport
66 miles from Missoula (gas, supplies, grocery)
Located in Hunting District 201 (over the counter general elk and deer tags)
Multiple natural water springs on property
Gated access to property
Gravel road through property allows for access
Multiple building areas with a variation of select views
Heavy timber throughout property
3 sides of property border Lolo National Forest Service
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