$265,000

East Fork Otter Rd Acreage

Open Land

135 +/- acres of land in southeastern Montana, Powder River County

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Montana Land For Sale!  Rare find in Powder River County….take a look at this 135 +/- acre tract of land located just off of Hwy 212 on the East Fork Otter Creek Rd between Broadus, MT and Ashland, MT.  The acreage actually has an approved subdivision of three separate parcels.  Use it as one parcel or it can be divided and sold.  The subdivision approval and separate tracts are already recorded.  There is also a recorded easement that can be utilized to drive through the property and provides access to both the north and south sides of the property.  This road is not a county maintained road.  The property also has adjoins East Fork Otter Creek Rd which is a county maintained road.

Here you have the best of all worlds as this acreage contains open land with large grassy plateaus as well as picturesque pine trees and forested areas.  It is fairly high in elevation (for the area) providing opportunities for great views of the surrounding area.  The entire perimeter is fenced.  Both electricity and telephone services are available and on site.  Properties like this, conveniently located to public land yet not completely off the beaten path don’t come available very often.  Here you can enjoy your privacy but drive to services within 10 minutes.

And what about hunting?  This nice mule deer (scored a 225) was harvested just off the property on public land by the present owner.  Elk, mule deer, turkey and more frequent the area.

The acreage directly adjoins the Custer National Forest (436,000 acres) and also State of Montana land (640 acres).   The 436,000 acre Ashland Ranger District of the Custer National Forest contains the largest contiguous block of land in Federal ownership in eastern Montana and has one of the largest grazing programs in the nation.   There are three riding and hiking areas on the District totaling 40,000 acres (Cook Mountain, King Mountain, and Tongue River Breaks). These areas are closed to motorized travel but provide excellent opportunities for hunting, solitude, and nature study. There are no developed trails within the hiking and riding areas. There are 4 campgrounds and 2 picnic sites on the District. (REF:  https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/custergallatin/recarea/?recid=60823)

Click here for a Map of Tract 2 and Tract 3 which comprise the 45.426 acres with recorded easement