Perfect setting for horses and cattle. It will support up to 120 cow/calf pairs. Additionally it has 50 acres of flood irrigated hay/alfalfa and 30 acres of dry land hay pasture. The house has 5 bedrooms/2 baths and has had several remodels since its origination. Located close to Showdown Ski Area, has abundant water supply for livestock and has approximately 1 mile of Belt Creek frontage.
Trampus and Staci CorderCorder and Associates, LLC
Pastureland near Belt, MT 59412, for sale. Cattle grazing with a total of approximately 710 acres. This property, located in Cascade County, typically runs 140 cow/calf pairs for four months. Recreational game such as mule deer, whitetail deer and small game are often seen on the property. The grazing land is well watered through the use of water lines and tanks. Annual rainfall near Belt, Montana is 18-20 inches. For more information and/or to set up your private tour today, contact the listing agent, Mike Germann.
Mike GermannMossy Oak Properties of Montana - Gallatin
Lot 16 Belt Palisades off Riceville road, Nice building site,good horse property, non documented well(unknown if it has water) 23.13 acres, fenced for livestock, electric close by and phone line on edge of property.
Hunting lodge or home. Well built energy efficient custom 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on +/-118.32 acres in the Little Belt Mountains. Borders State Land on east and south sides. Overlooks Belt Creek in the sluice boxes. Beautiful views in all directions. Approximately 90 acres of certified hay ground.
+/- 7.44 acres overlooking the Belt Valley with power and phone running along the property. Easy access on county road 1/4 mile from main highway. Lots of good building sites. This property can be sold in two tracts 3.2 acres for $25,000 and 4.7 acres $35,000.
Build your dream home! Bring your horses! Views of the Sluice Boxes. Electricity/water to property. Community water system. 3 Rivers fiber optic high speed internet! Access from private road through subdivision. Several building sites. Short commute to Little Belt Mountains from Great Falls.