160 acres of remote Montana land in the pine hill country 80 miles east of Billings-perfect for a great secluded hideaway or retreat, even a place for remote year-round living. The property borders state public land, has an undeveloped spring on it, pine trees & guaranteed access from the highway 2.5 miles to the west. It is rare that you can travel a paved road to an area like this with so much wildlife, privacy and seclusion, yet only be 12 miles south of a major Interstate. Driving into these hills feels like going back in time 100 years. Some of the Sandstone outcroppings have been carved on by old time Cowboys and Homesteaders as the Texas cattle herders came through this area. Custer even camped near here on his way to the Battle of the Little Bighorn. It is an Off-grid area with power about 1.5 miles away, phone about a mile. Wildlife includes mule deer, whitetails, elk, antelope, turkeys, sharptail grouse, coyotes, even bears & cougars. Truly a beautiful area for peace & quiet.
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