Located in the notorious Golden Triangle community of Big Sandy, this custom-built home and shop feature tons of extras! Come see the splendid views of the Bears Paw Mountains that can be captured from the expansive deck! Enjoy the peace and privacy this edge-of-town property provides. It sits on almost half of an acre. The home includes elements of convenience and luxury. For example, it's encompassed in wood vinyl flooring with radiant floor heat. A central vacuum makes cleaning a breeze. Entertain guests with the wired in speaker system throughout the home! The basement showcases acoustic tiles that offer astounding noise control. The home even displays a unique spiral staircase! The spectacular 50' x 70' shop is heated with a thick cement floor to support heavy machinery or equipment. Additionally, the shop has a hoist, spray foam insulation, a bathroom, 3-phase wiring, and an RV dump! Check off all the items on your wish list and experience this one-of-a-kind property!
Big Sandy, Montana is located along Highway 87, a popular route between the US and Canada. This farming community began as a major shipping hub of sheep and cattle for the local farmsteads. The railroad arrived in 1887 and when the Homestead Act of 1909, homesteaders flooded to the area. The community museum holds a large collection of early pioneer photographs from all over Chouteau County. Visit the old jail and the tourist center while in town to experience the early pioneering life as well as the agricultural influence.
Bears Paw Mountains
The Bears Paw Mountains are in central Montana about 20-30 miles south of US Highway 2. They sprawl out for about 40 miles from east to west. The mountains have excellent opportunities for the adventurous recreationalist. There is hiking, horseback riding, camping, atv trails, hunting, fishing, and skiing. The Bears Paw Mountains Backcountry Drive is a scenic seventy-six-mile drive through the isolated mountain range. Highlights include Beaver Creek Reservoir, Bearpaw Lake, and Faber Reservoir.
Chouteau County lies in the heart of the Golden Triangle, an area known for its robust grain production. The rolling fields provide cover and habitat for upland game birds, pheasant, Hungarian Partridge and waterfowl. Montanans and hunters from all over the nation flock to the area in the fall for its quality bird hunting opportunities. In addition to the bird hunting, big game hunting in this area attracts locals and tourists from afar looking to take down a trophy white-tailed or mule deer or elk. The property is situated in Hunting District 690, although the Bears Paw Mountains are not far for a great diversity in terrain and wildlife. The Bears Paw offer world class elk hunting but you will have to put in for a tag as it is only special draw for this area. The Bears Paw were formed by volcanic activity 50 million years ago.