Evans Homestead 160 acres North of Harlowton
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North of Harlowton
CE Sale AND Inholding AND Public Land Boundary
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Attention hunters, hikers or those who want to get away from it all – here’s a 160± deeded acre Homestead, located 23 miles North of Harlowton, Montana. It lays in the Little Belt Mountains, totally surrounded by Lewis & Clark National Forest. It is accessed via a jeep trail. Historically, the area was once a popular hunting grounds used by Native Americans; plus, there are remnants of Chert mines dug by Native Americans. The terrain is comprised of mountain meadows and scenic stands of timber, with over 200 feet of elevation change generating great views of the Crazy Mountains. Includes a year ‘round flowing spring, and one stock water right will transfer with the sale. A hunting paradise with Elk, Deer, and Wild Turkey. There are no buildings, but it is protected by a Conservation Easement with the Montana Land Reliance, which allows owner to construct 2 cabins or homes.