Montana U.S.A. Income Property - 4 individual cabins
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20.433 acres of Heavily Treed Elevated Bench Above South Western Montana`s World Renowned Bitterroot Valley
Options including - Nature reserve - Multi Family Retreat/ Private Compound - Bed and Breakfast -Vacation Rentals - Additional building sites - Endless opportunities are here which can not be duplicated in this area on one 20+ acre parcel of land.
Four (4) Private Separated 2BR 1BA Log Cabins each enjoying their own separate septic systems and wells
Currently Full Time Leased Income Property
Seclusion - End of Road - Inspirational SE to SW 260 ° views Sunrises Sunsets
Preferred West Side Rocky Mountain location - Ever changing Valley and Mountain Views
Truly One of a Kind Property- High End Residential and Ranch Area
Seasonal Gash Creek runs through the property
3 car double door garage with attached carport - 4 vehicles - office or...?
Currently Generates $40,000+ NET annual rental income AFTER paying State and Local real property taxes as well as Hazard Insurance Premiums -
Over 2 decades with a true zero (0%) percent tenancy vacancy factor
Zoned Rural Agricultural - Low MT State and Ravalli County Real Estate Tax Rates
Montana enjoys zero (0%) state sales tax
Full time long term occupants - You could get higher lease fee$ but never better tenants should you wish to maintain this as rental property
Private End of Road Seclusion
Close to Victor Montana`s renowned Wildlife Outfitters - Ranches - Custom Homes - Bitterroot National Forest Service and Selway - Wilderness access
Purest water imaginable delivered from four high mountain deep water wells
Over 4000 sq ft combined living and working areas - Room to Roam for Family and Friends Current Income if you wish to keep it that way, you can make any changes as there are no long term leases although all are current long term tenants
Hunting - Fishing - Trapping - Live off the Land if you wish Be Self Sufficient - Family or like-minded friends compound with lots of room to expand
Wildlife including Mule and Whitetail Deer, Elk, Wild Turkeys have been harvested on the property
Gate the entry off if desired - Road ends as private end of road 1/4 mile circle drive begins
Perfect site for year round residents
Victor Montana 59875 location (2017 population 745)
SW Rocky Mountain`s Selway-Wilderness and Bitterroot National Forest Service access road 3 minutes - US Hwy 93 downhill 8 minutes - Interstate I-90 at the college town of Missoula (population 72,400) 40 minutes North on Historic Scenic View US Hwy 93
Major Bear Creek a few yards off SW property line Great Rainbow, Cutthroat and Brown Trout Fishing
Arguably the Most Beautiful Place in the USA
Elevated Views - Income - Land use Grandfathered in 1980`s
You could not build this property today with current local restrictive land use regulations
True One Of A Kind Property -
You will not find anything like this end of road hideaway no matter how long you search
The Bitterroot Valley Geography extends approximately 95 miles (160 km) from Lost Trail Pass in Idaho, where it is narrow, to a point near the city of Missoula along I-90 where it is wider and flatter. To the west is the Bitterroot Range and its large Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area, and to the east is the smaller Sapphire Mountains and their Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness Area. The Bitterroot Range has steep faces, deep canyons, is heavily forested, and is within the Bitterroot National Forest. The Sapphire Mountains are more rounded, drier, and much less forested.
The southern end of the valley is split into the East and West Forks of the Bitterroot River, and the northern end has the confluence of the Bitterroot River with the Clark Fork River. Connecting into the west side of the valley are numerous deeply carved granite canyons, including scenic Blodgett Canyon and Lolo Creek`s canyon.
Historic Scenic Route U.S. Highway 93 runs through the center of the valley is the main travel choice through the Bitterroot Valley but East Side Highway also runs through the valley.
Communities within the valley include: Lolo in Missoula County; and Florence, Stevensville, Victor, Corvallis, Hamilton, Darby, Conner, and Sula in Ravalli County.
Hamilton, the largest town and the county seat of Ravalli County has a population of 4,000. Business opportunities within these cities include manufacturing, agriculture, craft breweries, wineries, recreational services, and many entrepreneurs.
Some History: In September 1805, the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Lost Trail Pass from present-day Idaho to connect with the overland route through the Rocky Mountains. Passing down Camp Creek and the East Fork, they followed the Bitterroot River northward to the point where it connects with the Nez Perce Trail and Lolo Creek. Before continuing their historic journey to the west.
The population of Ravalli County in the 2000 census was 36,070; 40,212 in the 2010 census.
The major industries are equestrian horse training/ranching, agriculture, forestry, and tourism which attracts snow skiers, sport fly fisherman, big and small game hunters seasonally as well as nature lovers.
The Bitterroot Valley offers many recreational activities, including: Equestrians, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, and rock climbing in the surrounding mountains; and birding and fishing along the Bitterroot River. The valley is popular with hunters, for big game, upland birds, and waterfowl.
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