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This amazing property consists of four buildings on 75 acres of gardens, ponds, waterways, wetlands and pastures overlooking Flathead Lake, Wild Horse Island and the Mission Mountains. Main house is 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 2500 sqft plus, with large living area, open kitchen, natural stone fireplace. Completely remodeled in 2010. The second house is 1700 sqft straw bale construction.
1200 sqft of living space with open kitchen, 500 sqft sunroom with floor heating. Composting toillet and bathroom facilities. Interior finish is rustic but elegant. The third house is a 30 foot diameter Yurt, which is 3 years old. Walls and floor are insulated with four glass and four vinyl windows, and two doors. Yurt has wall to wall carpet, water and electric hook up.
The fourth house is a duplex 12x12 timber frame cabins, separate, but connected through common roof; insulated, wood stove, high ceilings and sleeping lofts. The property also has an old barn, as well as a detached garage.
The land consists of approximately 40 acres of gentle hillside & fenced pastures overlooking Flathead Lake, Wild Horse Island and the Mission Mountains; 20 acres of beautifully restored wetland, and 15 acres of waterways.
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The philosophy of natural agriculture (or permaculture as it is called by some) is to arrange the different facets that nature gives you. 15 acres of waterways with 5 individually controlled ponds with water rights, gardens, planted with numerous berries and fruit trees and a flourishing nursery operated presently by nourishing root farms. Waterways, ponds, gardens and nursery designed and restored in May 2012 by internationally renowned water restoration and natural agriculture consultant Sepp Holzer.
This is a very peaceful place with a very strong sustainable living opportunity.
Hwy 93 in Dayton, MT turn west on Black Lake Road to sign on property.
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