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Approximately 277 prime mountain acres with a well-built home, a 150 GPM spring, two wells, barn, shop, corrals & horse pasture. Find trees, meadows & phenomenal views of Steamboat & Table Mountains & The Rocky Mountain Front. Home has metal roof, a wood stove electricity, propane and high speed Internet.
Joslin & Spring Creek run through portions of the property. Part of the acreage borders National Forest. This area is known for excellent big game hunting & fishing is nearby. It is also a hiking & horseback riding paradise, especially with the open meadows.
The acreage is held within 12 separate parcels/deeds which is highly desirable. Formally subdividing can be very costly and not always a ''sure-thing''. Property was appraised in 2015 by a licensed MT appraiser who put the value at 3 mil dollars. We have a 2014 appraisal which also valued it at similar amount. Buy this property; keep what you want & sell the remaining ground, since it is already divided. IDEAL candidate for a Conservation Easement, too! New & old growth timber. Aspen trees! Seller has worked with a surveyor and the county on the potential to re-draw boundaries, so we have maps with proposed new division, but boundaries have not been changed.
We are offering it as it exists today, so a new buyer can customize the land to their personal desires and needs. Some of the acreage is in a "no build zone" to retain open meadows. Seller believes that they own all minerals and if they do, they convey to buyer. Sellers MAY carry a contract.
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