48.88 acres for $48,750
Cascade/Wolf Creek Montana, Cascade County
This great Montana property is off the grid and secluded and has ponderosa pine covered slopes with deer and wildlife and a home or cabin site ready for you to build your Montana home or retreat.
This incredible find is nestled back in the hills between the two small towns of Wolf Creek and Cascade, Montana in a picturesque setting among the ponderosa pine-covered slopes. The property has a nice mix of all sizes and ages of ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir trees and stretches all the way up to a spur ridge of Sugarloaf Mountain. The nice mix of tree covered slopes and grass provide the perfect combination of cover and feed for the mule deer and other wildlife in the area.
You can hunt your own property or some of the nearby BLM or State Lands. Or you can head a short drive to the west to the Lewis and 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.
The fishing nearby is nothing short of amazing. The property sits just above both the Dearborn River AND the renowned Missouri River. These are two incredible trout fisheries. 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.
Gas and food are at both Wolf Creek and Cascade which are only about 15 and 20 miles away respectively. And with all the amenities, fine dining, airports, and colleges both Helena and Great Falls are only about 45 miles away on Interstate 15. They are close enough to commute for work, yet far enough for peace and quiet in the country. Power is only 8/10ths of a mile away or live off the grid with alternative energy as a good option for your new cabin or home. There are good southern exposures and a great building site that has already been leveled tucked nicely in the pine trees at the lower end of the property near the access. Electricity might be put in eventually at which time property values would almost certainly increase.
It’s a good investment in your future no matter how you look at it. You can’t go wrong purchasing 48.88 acres of Montana land for only $48,750. It’s enough land to have that elbow room you desire, but at a price you can afford. And it’s a good time to buy, before Montana land prices go up.
To purchase the property or for more information, contact the owner at 406-461-6779 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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