Montana East is a 60 acre property with a home and barn in a great location approximately two miles from Highway 515 and major outlets yet it offers a quiet, out-of-the-way setting. The parcel contains level bottom land excellent for horses, livestock, and/or crops and rolling wooded terrain with trails suitable for ATVing, horseback riding, mountain biking, and/or hunting. The property is currently a horse farm with approximately 10 acres used mostly for hay production, 20 acres as pasture for the horses, and 30 acres of trails. The 1800 square foot home has an open floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. The barn has 4 stalls, tack room, storage room, wash rack, hay area, and half bath.
Montana East is a habitat for lots of wildlife due in large part to the amount of un-built acreage and the variety of the terrain. With 30 acres of rolling woods, 30 acres of level pasture, a half mile of frontage on a large creek, and a half acre pond it attracts several different species of animals. It is not unusual to see turkey and deer sharing pastures with horses, or an occasional hawk, or a Great Blue Heron who likes to fish for the catfish and bass in the stocked pond. Each year, when the Canada geese are migrating back to their summer habitats, a family or two will spend some time on the property allowing the goose to nest along the pond and tend to the goslings waiting for them to get their wings to fly. The owners are blessed to witness all this activity on a daily basis. Whether you're an equestrian enthusiast, hunter, or survivalist you'll find what you want on this property. Owner/Broker
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