20 acres in Park County, Montana
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Jon Ellen Snyder
Jon Ellen Snyder
ERA Landmark Real Estate
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20 acres in Park County, Montana

Tract 131 Antelope Flats, Livingston , Montana 59047 - Park County
$69,900 20 Acres
Property ID 6090075

Description

Looking for adventure? Then check out this sloping property in the Wineglass subdivision just southwest of Livingston. It's best for a summer or hunting getaway, but if you are a hard core snow lover that lives to get up early and plow through huge snow drifts in the dark early morning hours before work then this may be your dream come true. When you own this private and scenic mountain tract, you will probably spend over $20,000 to excavate your home site since you'll be carving a significant area out of a hillside. You will maintain a small stretch of road to your house, and owning expensive snow removal equipment and chains for your 4x4 vehicle will be mandatory if you live here full time. This scenic tract has spectacular views of the Crazy Mtns, Absaroka Mtns, and Livingston. If you put in the money, time, and effort then you will be rewarded with a quiet and private setting you will be proud to call home. Conveniently located about 10 minutes or so to the grocery store or I-90.

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Jon Ellen Snyder
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