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Land for sale including Residential Property in Judith Basin County Montana

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$1,975,000 84 acres
Utica, MT 59452 - Judith Basin County

Sego Ridge Ranch

The Sego Ridge Ranch sits astride the Middle Fork of the Judith River, in the middle of Judith Basin County, Montana. The Middle Fork of the Judith River is home to rainbow, cutthroat, brook and brown trout. The river runs through the property and offers miles of secluded walk and wade fishing. The year-round stream is pristine and clear, making it ideal for the dry fly fisherman. This rare property is for the outdoorsman or someone who is looking for the perfect private retreat bordering thousands of acres of Lewis and Clark National Forest in the Little Belt Mountains
Fay Ranches Fay Ranches
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$1,950,000 520 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths
Utica, MT 59452 - Judith Basin County

Judith Headwaters Ranch

The Judith Headwaters Ranch, located outside of Utica in Judith Basin County, encompasses nearly 520 acres of rolling hills, wildflower-filled meadows, scenic vistas and timbered ridges. Utica offers small town amenities while fine dining, commercial air service, state parks, golfing and shopping can be found 90 miles away in Great Falls. The property is adjacent to state lands and is within close proximity to the Lewis and Clark National Forest and state elk refuge, providing the ranch thousands of additional acres for recreation and wildlife sightings. With approximately one mile of Judith River meandering through the property, the fly fisherman will find exciting opportunities for rainbow, cutthroat, brook and brown trout. Mule deer and
Alex Maher Live Water Properties
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$199,000 0.94 acres 1 Bed
650 Russell Trail, Hobson, MT 59442 - Judith Basin County

South Fork Gem

Executive Summary Step on this gem of a property and be inspired by the history and landscape that the legendary western artist Charlie Russell probably felt many years ago through several of his famous paintings. Russell Point, which can be seen from the cabin, was named for Charlie. Property is located at the end of the road and in the heart of thousands of acres of public land of the Lewis & Clark National Forest Service. Any outdoor recreational enthusiast would be thrilled to step out the back door, only steps away to some of Montana’s most pristine National Forest Land. This quaint and cozy log cabin was erected in 1924 and occupies 916 square feet of living space that can sleep several people.  The cabin features include a large
Trampus and Staci Corder Corder and Associates, LLC