LOT 1-D - $138,650 - 39.712 ACRES
Experience the majesty of Big Sky Country with the sweeping backdrop of the majestic Judith Mountain Range. Because of its District #410 hunting headquarters location, the outdoor enthusiast will find that this 39 acre lot is the perfect place to hunt. Located in the Timber Ridge Manor Subdivision, this prime piece of property is conveniently located just off Hwy 19 just 5 miles north of Grass Range, MT and 30 miles east of Lewistown, MT. Imagine waking up to a brilliant sunrise over the sweeping tree lined ridge or relaxing quietly at the end of the day watching the gorgeous sunset over the Judith Mountains and looking at land that remains virtually unchanged from when the great pioneers traveled to establish homesteads and thousands of buffalo roamed on this spectacular piece of central Montana. Level ground, panoramic views and a wonderful pond attracting all kinds of waterfowl are right by this property for your enjoyment. All owners of these tracts have access to bordering BLM and State land. Now is your chance to make that dream of living the western lifestyle a reality!
LOT 2-A - $90,700 - 27.71 ACRES
Escape the hustle and bustle and live right in heart of Big Sky Country with the backdrop of the majestic Judith Mountains and Black Butte. This 27 acre piece of the west has a wonderful seasonal stream meandering through attracting abundant wildlife. The historic Missouri River Breaks, Fort Peck Reservoir and the beautiful Musselshell River provide the outdoor enthusiast outstanding hunting, fishing, as well as other recreational opportunities and are all located nearby. Make your connection to Montana?s Heartland and build the home of your dreams making those dreams come true!
LOT 2-B - $59,950 - 20.10 ACRES
Experience the majesty of Montana with the backdrop of the spectacular Judith Mountain Range and Black Butte - land that remains virtually unchanged from when the great pioneers traveled to establish homesteads and thousands of buffalo roamed on this enchanting piece of central Montana. This 20 acre piece of the west located within the prestigious #410 hunting district has a small seasonal stream meandering through it attracting an abundance of wildlife that stop there to drink. There are excellent hunting opportunities for trophy elk and White-Tailed Deer as well as antelope, bear, and Mountain Lion in the renown Missouri River Breaks river bottom. The idyllic rolling terrain is easily accessed off Hwy 19 and is located just 5 miles north of Grass Range, MT, and 30 miles outside of Lewistown, MT. This is your chance to make your Montana dream your Montana reality!
Grass Range, MT, is a small quintessential western town of 120 friendly folks ready to welcome you. The town is located in the middle of some of the finest open grassland used by early cattle operations and was named for its wonderful range grass. Just a short drive will take you to the headwaters of Fort Peck Reservoir and the picturesque historic Missouri Breaks.
Lewistown, MT, is conveniently located deep in the center on Montana and is nestled between 5 gentle island mountains and is surrounded by the Judith Basin?s breathtaking landscape. Big Spring Creek runs through the town, a stream of extraordinary beauty and crystal clear waters. Lewistown is a premier destination for golfing, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, and many other recreational activities.
The Judith Mountains begin east of Lewistown and arch to the northeast for about 20 miles. In most places the mountains are about 10 miles wide and the range consists of a number of low peaks broken by stream drainages. The Judith Mountains are rich with human history. Significant gold discoveries resulted in an active mining history and the mining ghost towns of Maiden and Gilt Edge that make interesting stops for the traveler.
Fort Peck and the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
Fort Peck Dam is the largest embankment dam in the United States. Built in the 30s as a Public Works Administration project, the 3.8-mile-long dam across the Missouri River created the fifth-largest man-made reservoir in the U.S. It?s about 134 miles long, with a depth of 220 feet when full, and offers more than 1,520 miles of shoreline. The Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge encloses the entire Fort Peck system within its borders. It was named for one of Montana?s most beloved artists, who portrayed this area?s rich diversity of wildlife and habitat in many of his paintings. Because of its remoteness, the area has changed very little in the past 200 years. You?ll find spectacular examples of river breaks badlands, along with native prairie, forested coulees, and tranquil river bottoms. Elk, Mule Deer, pronghorn, Bighorn Sheep, Sage and Sharp-Tailed Grouse, and Bald Eagles make the refuge home. Hunting and fishing opportunities abound, and boating is popular on the Missouri River and Fort Peck Reservoir. Several state parks and recreational areas have been developed within the refuge. Each fall, hundreds of elk congregate in the Slippery Ann Wildlife Viewing Area?a spectacle not to be missed. In an increasingly over-populated world, this remains a place where people and wildlife can still roam free. Campers can pitch a tent wherever they find a great vantage point or a cool stream. Hikers and horseback riders can explore the breaks to their hearts? content, following wildlife trails, coulees, and creek bottoms just as the cowboys and Native Americans did centuries ago. This is no place for the faint-hearted?if you?re looking for manicured trails, you won?t find them here. What you?ll find is an invigorating connection to earth, sky, and the dynamic and unpredictable forces of nature.
Fishing, Hunting, and Recreation
Fort Peck Reservoir is known for its world-class fishing, with more than 50 species of freshwater favorites. Throw in your line, and you may catch Walleye, Northern Pike, Paddlefish, Sauger, Lake Trout, Small Mouth Bass, or Chinook Salmon. The ranch lies within Montana Hunting District 700 for deer, elk, antelope, and Mountain Lion, with leased acres that contain many timber draws and river-break valleys. Whether your preferred target is a gopher or a bull elk, you?ll find plenty of opportunity here to test your skills. Six species of upland game birds populate this area, including native Sharp-Tailed Grouse, Sage Grouse, and the migratory Mourning Dove. Non-native species include the Ring-Necked Pheasant, Hungarian (gray) Partridge, and Merriam?s Turkey.
You?ll see Sharp-Tailed Grouse throughout the region, while pheasants congregate in the northeast part of the ranch, and in wetland areas. Turkeys roam the entire region, especially in river bottoms, forested areas, and cropland areas with good food sources. Endless recreational activities await you on the ranch and in surrounding areas. Fort Peck Reservoir offers every water sport you can imagine?from sailing and waterskiing to wake boarding, surfing, tubing, and basking in the sun. Horseback riding, hiking, cycling, ATV riding, photography, and more await the lucky new owner of these thousands of acres of stunning Montana landscape.
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