BEAR GULCH ACREAGE LINCOLN, MONTANA

$180,000.00

SOLD

LOCATION:     The Bear Gulch Acreage is situated in the scenic mountainous valley of Lincoln which forms the headwaters of the renowned Blackfoot River.  This property is located a short 6½ miles southwest of the town of Lincoln.  Lincoln is 80 miles east of Missoula, 86 miles southwest of Great Falls and 60 miles northwest of Helena.  The magnificent Bob Marshal and Scapegoat Wilderness can be accessed just north of Lincoln.  The Helena National Forest Service borders the Bear Gulch Acreage on its southwest corner.

LOCALE:     Lincoln has a population of approximately 748 residents and offers most services one would expect from a town this size, including a medical clinic.  Lincoln offers a wealth of year around recreational activities including hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, camping and sightseeing just to name a few.  Lincoln is:

 

The Gateway Community to access the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.  The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail runs from Canada to Mexico, traversing Montana, Idaho, Colorado and New Mexico.

 

Home to the official start/finish line for the Montana Race to the Sky, Sled dog race each February.  This 350 mile race covers some of the most grueling, challenging mountain terrain found in the lower forty-eight states.

 

A snowmobiler’s dream with 250 miles of groomed trails and lots of play areas.   

 

For more information about Lincoln and surrounding area go to LINCOLN

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:     The Bear Gulch Acreage has an open meadow with a fork of Sauerkraut Creek meandering through this meadow in the northwest corner.  Approximately 80% of this acreage is timbered and 20% open meadows.  The timbered acreage had a severe infestation of Bark Beetles that had killed a lot of the trees on this acreage.  Approximately five years ago this acreage was timbered to remove these dead trees.  This timbered acreage is now is opened up having scattered timber throughout this acreage.

An assortment of wildlife can generally be viewed on this acreage.  The majority of the land surrounding this property is one ranch and under a Conservation Easement that can never be built on or developed.  This guarantees that your scenic views offered from this property will always be there, unencumbered.

The Bear Gulch Acreage has an easement from the Dalton Mountain County Road to the subject property.  This easement allows for four separate homes to be constructed on the Bear Gulch acreage.  The road easement is insurable by the title company and locked off the Dalton Mountain Road.  Thus, making this acreage much more secluded and private.

RECREATION:     This acreage is found in the heart of unlimited public National Forest Service land.  Only steps away from your front door, you have access to this public acreage.  For more information on the Helena and the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service go to Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest

A variety of recreational activities can be found throughout the Lincoln area.  Primary attractions are the Blackfoot River in addition to the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness areas.  Within close proximity, is the Rocky Mountain Front which encompasses the eastern flanks of the Rocky Mountains.

 

The Blackfoot River is a free flowing river that originates near Lincoln on the west side of the Continental Divide near Rogers Pass.  It flows approximately 100 miles in a westerly direction to the Clark Fork River near Bonner.  This river is used extensively by recreationists for fishing and floating and was further distinguished in the movie “A River Runs Through It”

 

The Bear Gulch Acreage lies in the upper Blackfoot Valley just south of the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness Area.  This is a well renowned area that is sought after for its recreational opportunities as well as its majestic scenery.  The National Forest which adjoins the Blackfoot Valley on the north, form the southern boundaries of the Glacier National Park Ecosystem.  This ecosystem consists of over 1.5 million acres that are designated wilderness.  This wilderness area comprises the largest tract of road less wilderness in the lower 48 states.  More information about Glacier Park can be accessed from their web page at GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

WILDLIFE:     The Bear Gulch Acreage is surrounded by one large ranch comprising approximately 6500 acres.  This ranch participates in the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Block Management Program that allows the public to hunt on this ranch.

 

The surrounding ecosystem around the Bear Gulch Acreage supports a wide variety of wild game and nongame animals including elk, bighorn sheep, black and grizzly bear, mule and whitetail deer, antelope, moose, mountain lion, bobcat, wolves, coyote and fox.  Indigenous birds include bald and golden eagles, numerous falcon, hawk and owl species, and migratory water fowl, including Canadian geese, trumpeter swans, blue herons, sand hill cranes, mallards, teal and innumerable other species.

 

Genetically pure West Slope Cutthroat and Bull Trout are found in Sauerkraut Creek.  The past ten years, Trout Unlimited has spent considerable time and money with the large surrounding ranch that is under a Conservation Easement.  They have worked to re-channelize the upper portions of Sauerkraut Creek into slower meandering flows and improving the riparian zone adjacent to the creek.

 

For more information on Fishing and Hunting go to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks web site at HUNTING & FISHING

BROKERS COMMENTS:     The Bear Gulch Acreage offers scenic mountain recreational opportunities, behind a locked gate.  Only steps away from thousands of acres of National Forest land that offers unparalleled hunting and fishing.   Adjacent to the Glacier National Park Ecosystem consisting of over 1.5 million acres designated wilderness.  This is an outstanding opportunity to invest in Montana, “The Last Best Place.”  For more information about Montana go to MONTANA

TAXES:     2019 taxes were $87

 

 

PRICE;     $180,000, CASH

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BEAR GULCH ACREAGE LINCOLN, MONTANA

$180,000.00

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BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

LOCATION: The Bear Gulch Acreage is situated in the scenic mountainous valley of Lincoln which forms the headwaters of the renowned Blackfoot River. This property is located a short 6½ miles southwest of the town of Lincoln. Lincoln is 80 miles east of Missoula, 86 miles southwest of Great Falls and 60 miles northwest of Helena. The magnificent Bob Marshal and Scapegoat Wilderness can be accessed just north of Lincoln. The Helena National Forest Service borders the Bear Gulch Acreage on its southwest corner.

BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

LOCALE: Lincoln has a population of approximately 748 residents and offers most services one would expect from a town this size, including a medical clinic. Lincoln offers a wealth of year around recreational activities including hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, camping and sightseeing just to name a few. Lincoln is:

 

The Gateway Community to access the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail runs from Canada to Mexico, traversing Montana, Idaho, Colorado and New Mexico.

 

Home to the official start/finish line for the Montana Race to the Sky, Sled dog race each February. This 350 mile race covers some of the most grueling, challenging mountain terrain found in the lower forty-eight states.

 

A snowmobiler’s dream with 250 miles of groomed trails and lots of play areas.

 

For more information about Lincoln and surrounding area go to LINCOLN

BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Bear Gulch Acreage has an open meadow with a fork of Sauerkraut Creek meandering through this meadow in the northwest corner. Approximately 80% of this acreage is timbered and 20% open meadows. The timbered acreage had a severe infestation of Bark Beetles that had killed a lot of the trees on this acreage. Approximately five years ago this acreage was timbered to remove these dead trees. This timbered acreage is now is opened up having scattered timber throughout this acreage.

 

An assortment of wildlife can generally be viewed on this acreage. The majority of the land surrounding this property is one ranch and under a Conservation Easement that can never be built on or developed. This guarantees that your scenic views offered from this property will always be there, unencumbered.

 

The Bear Gulch Acreage has an easement from the Dalton Mountain County Road to the subject property. This easement allows for four separate homes to be constructed on the Bear Gulch acreage. The road easement is insurable by the title company and locked off the Dalton Mountain Road. Thus, making this acreage much more secluded and private.

 

BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

RECREATION: This acreage is found in the heart of unlimited public National Forest Service land. Only steps away from your front door, you have access to this public acreage. For more information on the Helena and the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service go to Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest.

 

A variety of recreational activities can be found throughout the Lincoln area. Primary attractions are the Blackfoot River in addition to the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness areas. Within close proximity, is the Rocky Mountain Front which encompasses the eastern flanks of the Rocky Mountains.

 

The Blackfoot River is a free flowing river that originates near Lincoln on the west side of the Continental Divide near Rogers Pass. It flows approximately 100 miles in a westerly direction to the Clark Fork River near Bonner. This river is used extensively by recreationists for fishing and floating and was further distinguished in the movie “A River Runs Through It”

 

The Bear Gulch Acreage lies in the upper Blackfoot Valley just south of the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. This is a well renowned area that is sought after for its recreational opportunities as well as its majestic scenery. The National Forest which adjoins the Blackfoot Valley on the north, form the southern boundaries of the Glacier National Park Ecosystem. This ecosystem consists of over 1.5 million acres that are designated wilderness. This wilderness area comprises the largest tract of road less wilderness in the lower 48 states. More information about Glacier Park can be accessed from their web page at GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

WILDLIFE: The Bear Gulch Acreage is surrounded by one large ranch comprising approximately 6500 acres. This ranch participates in the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Block Management Program that allows the public to hunt on this ranch.

 

The surrounding ecosystem around the Bear Gulch Acreage supports a wide variety of wild game and nongame animals including elk, bighorn sheep, black and grizzly bear, mule and whitetail deer, antelope, moose, mountain lion, bobcat, wolves, coyote and fox. Indigenous birds include bald and golden eagles, numerous falcon, hawk and owl species, and migratory water fowl, including Canadian geese, trumpeter swans, blue herons, sand hill cranes, mallards, teal and innumerable other species.

 

Genetically pure West Slope Cutthroat and Bull Trout are found in Sauerkraut Creek. The past ten years, Trout Unlimited has spent considerable time and money with the large surrounding ranch that is under a Conservation Easement. They have worked to re-channelize the upper portions of Sauerkraut Creek into slower meandering flows and improving the riparian zone adjacent to the creek.

 

For more information on Fishing and Hunting go to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks web site at HUNTING & FISHING

BEAR GULCH ACREAGE, LINCOLN, MONTANA

BROKERS COMMENTS: The Bear Gulch Acreage offers scenic mountain recreational opportunities, behind a locked gate. Only steps away from thousands of acres of National Forest land that offers unparalleled hunting and fishing. Adjacent to the Glacier National Park Ecosystem consisting of over 1.5 million acres designated wilderness. This is an outstanding opportunity to invest in Montana, “The Last Best Place.” For more information about Montana go to MONTANA

TAXES: 2019 taxes were $87.00.

PRICE: $180,000, CASH


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DISCLOSURE NOTE: The information contained herein has been supplied by the Owner to Holiday Realty and/or compiled by Holiday Realty from other sources believed to be reliable. All information contained herein is not guaranteed to be accurate and the reader of this brochure should independently verify all such information. Maps are for orientation purposes only. Boundary lines are drawn as accurately as possible, but are not exact. These maps are not to be construed as either a survey or a legal description.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION E-MAIL CHARLIE WHITE or call 406-799-0406