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Land for sale including Residential Property in Glacier County Montana

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$5,950,000 337.53 acres
20280 Us Hwy 2, East Glacier Park, MT 59434 - Glacier County

337.53 acres East Glacier Park, MT

Stake Your Claim in the Last Best Place in NW Montana! This incredible offering encompasses 337+ acres, is adjacent to Lewis and Clark National Forest, has approx. 1500' of South Fork Two Medicine River Frontage, looks across the road to the spectacular peaks of Glacier National Park, & is rich in Montana History!! Once a Dude Ranch in the 1920's & later the R.W.R. Hunting Lodge (''Silvertip Grizzly Our Specialty''), the property, surrounding views & location will take your breath away! 9 cabins/sheds/structures, Coonsa creek, a pond, the terrain is mixed timber, rolling meadow, & alfalfa hay. Make your way down to the Two Medicine River & cross over into Lewis and Clark National Forest for an incredible adventure! Minutes to East Glacier.
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$295,000 175 acres
Hnh U.S. Hwy 89, Babb, MT 59411 - Glacier County

175 acres Babb, MT

$200K price redcution from last listing. Very rare deeded land listing with Hwy 89 frontage is avbailable to non tribal memebers on the Balckfoot Reservation, located just east of Glacier National Park. It is the only piece of undeveloped deded property (available to tribal and non tribal memebers) near Babb, the entrance to Glacier National Park east side.
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$200,000 49 acres
TBD US Hwy 89, Babb, Babb, MT 59411 - Glacier County

49 acres Babb, MT

Beautiful recreational property overlooking lower St. Mary Lake and Glacier National Park. There are nice building sites with excellent access and location being only minutes away from Glaciers entrance and the town of St. Mary. Property is bordered by USA Trust Land. St. Mary Lake is the eastern gateway to Glacier National Park. Prairies, mountains, and forests all converge here to create a diverse and rich habitat for plants and animals. The open meadows surrounded by dense forests can afford some great