Private & Timbered Acreage just minutes from Hamilton
Type: Lots and Land
Style: Lot / Land
Development Level: Built
Lot Type: Irregular
Lot Size: 102 acres
A spectacular offering of 102+/- acres in a rare, private west-side setting with two live streams, adjacent public lands and literally just minutes from town. The property has been held by the same owner for the last 40 years. Located at the end of a private drive and just 3.5+/- miles from the center of Hamilton, this property is what nearly everyone is looking for in a Montana property. There is an older home and a small, rustic dry cabin. A small open, meadow near the original home and close to one of the streams would make be a great location for a possible new home site. The acreage is moderately to heavily treed with nicely sized fir and pine which provides excellent hunting or viewing opportunities for elk, deer, bear, turkey and more. A photo of a bull elk that was recently harvested on the property was featured on the home page of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' website. The land is in 3 contiguous parcels and would likely be a good candidate for a conservation easement. U.S. Forest Service land is a short hike to the west and leads to the largest wilderness area in the continental United States, the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness (roughly 1.3 million acres). This pristine property is truly a unique offering in a very private and secluded setting just minutes from all services. In our opinion, to find another comparable property with all these features that also provides the opportunity to build a custom home, as well as it's privacy and convenient location would be difficult at best. Please contact us for more information.
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