This nearly 20 acres of beautiful Montana land went under contract in 12 days. What's so special about it?
Secluded and Great for Self-Sufficiency:
With no electric or cell service, this property is the epitome of seclusion. At the same time, it is only about 20 minutes from the center of Kalispell. That means access to the town's four major grocery stores and many other options for food are nearby. The medical facilities, college, big box stores and smaller businesses in the area are all about the same distance from the property. And if this land is home to children who attend public schools, the bus stop is located at the end of Patrick Creek Road.
Part of the Outdoors:
In addition, this property is perfect for lovers of the outdoors. It abuts the Flathead National Forest on two sides. That makes hiking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, hunting or just exploring very convenient. You don't even have to get in the car!
Firewood and Lumber Source:
There is enough wood in this forest to keep your wood stove heating your home forever. Or if you'd like, you can chop firewood and sell to others. Or perhaps build a home from your very own lumber. Put up a sawmill and make your own planks. There are plenty of options!
You could use the property as an exercise playground! Set up a bunch of trails through the woods and use that as a place to get in a run. Or build an obstacle course. Or maybe you're an archer, firearm competitor, or just want to improve your aim. With 20 acres of land, you are bound to find some perfect spots for practicing. And then, what about building a treehouse for children or adults?
This parcel of land is no longer waiting for the right buyers. Someone who wanted 20 acres of land with seclusion, close to the National Forest, with room for buildings, no restrictions, zoning or regulations, lots of sun and plenty of wildlife has found it. That being said, backup offers are being accepted!
For more information on this, or any other land in the Kalispell area, contact Kat at 406-270-3667 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally published at thehousekat.com.