129 Ac For Sale Elkhorn Mtns
Near Bozeman & Helena, MT
Bordering BLM Lands
WOW…… all I can say is WOW, just take a look at these pictures, it doesn’t get any better than this!!!! 129 +/- acres located in the Elkhorn Mountains bordering BLM Lands with a small spring-fed pond, with elk, deer, and bighorn sheep, trees, solitude, and great views for miles, you can’t go wrong. Here it is. Properties in the Elkhorn Mountains are sought after and don’t come available often. This is Montana’s own Elkhorn Mountains in the fabled 380 Hunting District where the bulls grow big and numerous. The bull tag is hard to draw which grows the big bulls the Elkhorns are well known for, but there’s also a general spike bull and cow elk season along with various other cow elk tags that can be drawn for more opportunity year in and year out. The property is in what is called an unlimited mule deer tag area too which means you can get a permit every year, but you can only hunt that hunting district for mule deer which ends up limiting the number of hunters that decide to hunt there and grows more and bigger bucks than a general hunting district. The Elkhorn Mountains are also well known for their great horn hunting as well with those big shed horns being dropped in the mountains here every year. And with this property you’ll have your very own piece of heaven right out in the Elkhorns where everybody will be jealous of what you have and what they could only wish they’d found out was for sale. This property borders BLM land too for extra land right next to you to enjoy and hunt and recreate on. Its bonus land right out your back door for even more opportunity and elbow room. You’ll see elk right on your property and the surrounding hills along with mule deer and bighorn sheep too. They all call these foothills their home and drift back and forth across the meadows and timber filled draws as they enjoy the food, shelter, and water these hills provide. And the pictures of those three beautiful bighorn rams were taken right on this property the very first time I set foot on it. What an experience! It’s all super secluded and private too behind a locked gate. The property is contiguous and sits in two relatively nicely blocked up areas that each have their own access roads. The southern portion of the property is accessed on a BLM road that’s open year round and goes right to your own locked gate. From here you’ve got a private road down in to a secluded basin with trees and a small spring-fed pond. The springs trickle out of the ground here right in to the pond which could be developed and used at the great cabin site tucked away in the trees right next to the pond. The cabin site area is already relatively level so it’s ready to build or bring in your camper and enjoy whenever you like with easy access to the water. The BLM road has a rough steep stretch but if you take it slow, it’s well worth it. About 35 acres of the property is fenced on three sides so it’s almost ready to bring your horses or a few cows and they’ve got that spring for water too. The northern portion of the property is accessed off Keating Gulch Road which is a county road and then through a second private gated road through the rest of my property in the area. This road will have a 60-foot easement as you wind your way up a semi-steep road in places to the upper reaches of the property where the views are amazing. When you get to the top, you’ll have superb 360-degree ridge top views of the entire area. You’ll be able to see the Elkhorn Mountains in all their glory along with the Big Belt Mountains, the Bridger Mountains, the Gallatin Mountain Range, the Tobacco Root Mountains and more. You can see the entire Missouri River drainage south of Townsend, Montana too. You’ll be able to spot elk, deer, and bighorn sheep from here for sure. There are numerous level spots to build a cabin or park your camper and start enjoying right away. It’s only a matter of picking the spot and the views you like the most. In both portions of the property you’re at the end of the road with no easements through your property so it’s super private. The property is only about 4 miles down Keating Gulch Road to the small town of Radersburg where the pavement begins, and it’s only 10 miles to Highway 287 and the Missouri River from there. Townsend, Montana is only about 25 miles away from the property with gas, food, amenities and fishing and water sports on Canyon Ferry Lake. Bozeman, Montana with an airport, Costco, Walmart and more is only about 68 miles away. So in just over an hour you can be from the Bozeman to the relaxation and privacy of the property. And Helena, Montana the state capitol is only about 64 miles away as well. This is a rare opportunity to own property in the Elkhorn Mountains along with water, wildlife, and views bordering BLM land. It has what everybody is looking for. Give Scott Joyner a call at 406-223-6039 to find out more about the purchasing this unique Elkhorn property. Priced at $299,500.
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