Situated in the scenic Little Belt Mountains approximately four miles south of the small mountain community of Monarch, Montana and approximately fifty miles southeast of Great Falls. Accessed via paved Highway #89, designated as the Kings Hill Scenic Byway. The Little Belt Mountains Home/Shop has lots of space, the home is 3000 sq. ft. of living space, five bedrooms and three full baths. The attached shop area having twelve foot walls totaling 3770 square feet. Situated on 2.50 acres with Highway 89 access and steps away from thousands of acres of Lewis and Clark National Forest Service.
LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS HOME/SHOP, BUNKHOUSE – MONARCH, MONTANA
LOCATION: Situated in the scenic Little Belt Mountains approximately four miles south of the small mountain community of Monarch, Montana and approximately fifty miles southeast of Great Falls. Access to this property is via #4619 US Highway 89, Monarch, Montana. The Little Belt Mountains Home/Shop and Bunkhouse overlooks Belt Creek.
Highway #89 from Armington Junction south through the Little Belt Mountains to White Sulphur Springs, has been designated as the Kings Hill Scenic Byway. This is not a super highway, but a road that is off the beaten track. This Byway passes through the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service of the Little Belt Mountains. Stretching 71 miles along Highway 89, the Byway winds its way through the wide-open spaces of central Montana and spectacular mountain scenery. This land rich in beauty, brimming with history and ripe for adventure, rugged county that stands waiting to be explored. More information on this scenic byway can be accessed at In To The Little Belts
Monarch is an old mining town that sprang up in the 1880’s. There were three adjacent mining claims at the time and were known as the “King,” “Czar” and the “Emperor” and this may account for the name of Monarch. Silver and lead was the primary mineral mined. Go to MONARCH, MONTANA for more information on Monarch and surrounding area.
Central Montana is the real west that famed cowboy artist Charlie Russell loved to paint. The legendary Western Artist, Charlie Russell learned the ways of the cowboy and mountain man here in Central Montana, and the landscape and drama that unfolded here as they settled the west inspired many of his most famous paintings. For more information on Charlie Russell to
Enjoy the wide-open and uncrowded space of Central Montana, offering outstanding year around recreational opportunities out your front door.
HOME: The Home has two levels, each having 1500 square feet for a total of 3000 square feet of living space. Both levels having nine foot ceilings. This home has a total of five bedrooms and three full baths. Built in 2011.
Two of the bedrooms which includes the master bedroom are on the upper level. Two full bathrooms are also found on this upper level. Other amenities on the upper level are large kitchen having hickory cabinets, double stainless steel ovens and adjacent dining room area. Both the kitchen and dining area have cork flooring. A large walk in pantry area is situated off the kitchen along with an open spacious living area having a french door out to the deck area overseeing Belt Creek.
The ground level having 1500 square feet area of living space with nine foot ceiling with three bedrooms and one full bath. An oversized laundry area is housed on this level along with a large family room and separate sitting area.
This home is heated with in floor hot water radiant heat.
SHOP: The shop area is 2500 square feet having a twelve foot ceiling and a ten foot garage door. Heated with a wood stove.
Situated on the southern end of the shop area and attached is an additional 1,250 square feet of space used for dry storage of vehicles and ATV’s. This area is dirt floors. The on demand generator is housed in this space also.
BUNKHOUSE: A small but cozy 400 sq. ft. of living space, having a kitchen and dining area, living room/sleeping area three quarter bath. Having its own septic tank and drain field. The cabin is heated with baseboard electric heat. Wood frame construction with wood siding. Built in 1975. This bunkhouse has its own address.
This property is service by a well producing 8 gallons per minute.
ACREAGE: The Little Belt Mountains Home/Shop and Bunkhouse property offers mountain living at its finest, located within the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service and only steps away from your front door you have access to thousands of acres of public Lewis and Clark National Forest Service. The Little Belt Mountains Home/Shop and Bunkhouse is situated on 2.50 acres overlooking Belt Creek just to the west of the property.
RECREATION: This Little Belt Mountains Home/Shop and Bunkhouse is found in the heart of unlimited public National Forest Service land. Only Steps away from your back door, you have access to this public acreage. For more information on the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service go to their web site at LEWIS & CLARK NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE
This property offers endless recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, hiking and mountain biking, just to name a few. For more information on fishing and hunting go to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks website at FISHING & HUNTING
Showdown ski area is a short sixteen miles away on Kings Hill Pass and boasts thirty-four runs and 1,400 feet of vertical drop. Visit their web site at SHOWDOWN
The Kings Hill Pass also offers approximately 225 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Cross-country skiers will find approximately twenty miles of groomed cross-country ski trails for wintertime enjoyment.
TAXES: 2019 Real Estate Taxes are $3,090.
PRICE: $499,000 Cash
BROKERS COMMENTS: This very scenic setting that offers year around recreational opportunities out you front door. MONTANA THE LAST, BEST PLACE
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.
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