Certified Tree Farm on 45 Acres in NW Montana!

img5OFF the GRID is the feeling you will get on this private setting on 45+ SPECTACULAR ACRES! Find yourself on the master balcony dazzled by the surrounding certified tree farm. Propane and Electric utilities. Two DNRC filed water rights claims. Meticulous care shows with this 3 bedroom and 2 bath log home, newer barn & attached shop. The outdoor enthusiast will have endless exploration with the bordering State and Tribal lands. Abundant wildlife, seasonal springs, fenced fruit orchard, RV Pad, circular & gated driveway entrance. A quick 30 minutes to Missoula with year round access makes this Montana retreat a great choice for a sustainable, off grid lifestyle if so desired. MLS# 333056.

img2A little about our area: The Mission Valley is EXTREMELY BEAUTIFUL and one of a kind. Our area is often referred to as the “Swiss Alps of Montana!” Northern lights/Aurora Borealis can be seen a few times a year! Glacier Park can be day trip from our area. EXCELLENT RECREATION AREA! Hunt, fish, ski, boat, hike, MT climb, bird watch & more. We also have a diverse mix of culture and great selection of family oriented agriculture here in the MV. This is small town Montana at its best yet a short drive to larger cities such as: Missoula & Kalispell. Great area for OFF the GRID networking! The Mission Valley is located within the exterior boundaries of Flathead Indian Reservation. Tribal population approximately 6000, non-tribal 23,000. The Flathead Reservation was opened to homesteaders in 1940 & is home to ranchers, business’s, Native Americans & more. The MV is surrounded by the towering Mission Mountains and home to the famous Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi! The MV has a wonderful Rocky Mountain country setting with amazing views of Mission Mountains & valley sunsets. Also home to the Garden of One Thousand Buddha’s! Wildlife frequently seen in the area includes: deer, pheasant, grizzly & black bear, elk, coyote, fox, wolf, MT lion, buffalo, MT sheep, MT goat, & more. A wonderful mix of diverse cultures can be found in the valley.