20.1 acres for $38,500
Phillipsburg Montana, Granite County
You will have the most incredible views of mountain peaks, valleys, and the National Forest that surrounds you from your perch atop the Rock Creek Divide. Looking down on the rest of Montana’s Big Sky Country you will see the snowcapped mountains of the Welcome Creek Wilderness and Montana’s own Rock Creek Drainage and you can see it all from where the porch of your cabin could be. The cabin site has already been leveled. It’s just waiting for you to build overlooking the tens of thousands of acres of National Forest that surround you just waiting to be explored.
This is the forest the elk, deer, moose, and other wildlife call home. This is an incredible find for hunters as you can hunt from the back porch of your cabin or wall tent or travel for miles and miles out on the National Forest in search of the big one. You’ll undoubtedly hear bugles in the fall drifting up from the valleys below, not to mention seeing deer, elk, and a multitude of other wildlife. All your friends will be jealous of your rare Montana hunting property that borders the vast acreages of the Lolo and Beaverhead/Deerlodge National Forests. And if fishing is also your thing, Montana’s famous Rock Creek and Blue Ribbon trout fishing is only about 11 miles away. This is one of Montana’s premier trout fishing streams. And if that’s not enough, it pours into the Clark Fork River which shortly joins with the famous Blackfoot River from “A River Runs Through it”. The recreational opportunities are endless.
The property borders National Forest land that is out in the middle of nowhere. We are talking amazing peace and quiet. This is an extremely rare find and a hunter’s and fisherman’s paradise. This isn’t a place you can live year long. There is just too much snow in the winter and the property is too remote. But if you are looking for a piece of Montana where you can get away from it all in the summer and fall and just relax and enjoy, this is the place to be. Bring your 4-wheel drive, the road is steep, narrow, and bumpy, but well worth the drive in.
Hunting, fishing, wildlife, recreation, peace and quiet, and yet you’re still only 45 miles from Missoula, Montana and even closer to Philipsburg, Montana. This is truly a rare find. I have just put it up for sale and don’t expect it to last long.
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