The Dearborn Hideout - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
Type: Home and Acreage
Deeded Acres: 267.96
Total Acres: 267.96
Asking Price: $825,000
OWN YOUR VACATION HOME IN NORTHWEST MONTANA
The Dearborn Hideout near the small village of Wolf Creek is the ultimate executive getaway for sale in western Montana.
- Located 26 miles northwest of Wolf Creek, Montana in Lewis & Clark County.
- 267.96 deeded acres.
- Beautiful location — private and somewhat isolated.
- Excellent year-around access via Montana State Secondary Highway 200.
- The Dearborn River flows through northern portion of property.
The Dearborn Hideout is remote and isolated yet only about one mile off Montana State Hwy 200. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from all points on the property — the spectacular Rocky Mountains to the west, the rolling grasslands surrounding the home, and the rugged Dearborn River valley. The improvements on the property include a beautiful home that has recently been updated plus an apartment and a 3-car garage/shop. Both offer modern amenities for comfortable living nestled in the beauty of “Big Sky” Montana!
Note: All furnishings are included in the sale of the property with the exception of the artwork. The two plaster murals in the main home — one above the archway leading into the living room and one above the stairway — are considered built-in artwork and stay with the home.
All potential buyers must be financially pre-qualified before scheduling a showing. Listing agent requires at least a 72-hour notice prior to showings.
Property is co-listed with Charles White, Broker, Holiday Realty in Great Falls, Montana.
The small town of Augusta is just 23 miles north of the property in a superb setting near the base of the Rocky Mountain Front. Augusta serves as a recreational hub for those heading out along the Rocky Mountain Front for camping, fishing, hiking and hunting.
The Sun River Wildlife Management Area is located just west of town. The Wildlife Area serves as a refuge for elk and other wildlife that migrate down from the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area complex. Fishing and camping is also extremely popular outside of Augusta during the summer.
Nilan Reservoir and Willow Creek Reservoir both have solid fishing and are very attractive places for camping, as the towering peaks of the Rocky Mountain Front dominate the view.
The Lewis & Clark National Forest, Lolo National Forest, Scapegoat Wilderness and Helena National Forest all lie north and west of the property providing countless recreational opportunities in this scenic area of western Montana.
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The Dearborn Hideout is comprised of 267.96± acres deeded.
The property is remote and isolated yet only about one mile off State Secondary Highway 200.
The Middle Fork of Dearborn River flows into Dearborn River as it meanders through a rugged valley in the northern portion of the property. Thick stands of willows along with other trees and brush line the river bottoms and provide excellent wildlife habitat.
Trout fishing in the river is good.
A small herd of mule deer are at home on the property. Ducks, geese and eagles can be seen along the river year around.
The property offers ideal conditions for a small herd of horses or cows or both.
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The home (main residence) consists of 3,672 sq. ft. — 1,836 sq. ft. on the main level plus 1,836 sq. ft. in the finished fully exposed walkout basement. Both levels have plenty of large thermal windows that let in the light and frame the beautiful views. Built in 2003, the home was completely remodeled/updated in 2010.
The main floor includes a kitchen with top quality self-closing cabinets and new appliances, a dining room, and living room with a gas fireplace. The archway between the dining room and large living room is adorned with a beautiful plaster mural. The master bedroom is also on the main floor and features a walk-in closet, an exquisite master bath with double sinks, fully jetted tub and extra large shower. Sliding glass doors open off the master onto the deck.
The home is surrounded by a beautiful 360º wrap-round deck adorned with Brazilian Tigerwood flooring. Next to the kitchen under the roof overhang is a large area with a propane hook up for outdoor cooking . The lower level of the home has 2 bedrooms, a full bath, a large family room and a game room with pool table. The laundry room is also on this level. Two exterior doors and large windows open to the great outdoors.
The second structure (apartment/guest quarters) on the property was built in 2009 and houses an apartment, a shop area and a 3-car garage. The main floor of the apartment (816 sq. ft.) features an open concept from the first-class kitchen to the family room, and a bathroom/laundry room. There is one bedroom (320 sq. ft.) on the upper level. The hand-hewn pine board planks throughout the apartment add natural beauty to the warm western country living atmosphere.
The finished, oversized 3-car garage/shop (30’ x 80’) has a concrete floor with in-floor heat. There are three 10’x10’ and one 12’x12’ overhead doors and three walk-in doors.
The boiler, which supplies the in-floor heating system may be powered by either propane or wood. One could enjoy the best of both worlds — rural electric power now available on site could easily be converted to a propane-powered generator making the property completely independent from the grid.
The home and apartment both have beautiful tile floors throughout; the shop has a concrete floor — all are equipped with in-floor hot water heat. Domestic water is provided by a well on the property. A cistern services septic systems for both residences.
All furnishings are included in the sale of the property with the exception of the artwork. The two plaster murals in the main home — one above the archway leading into the living room and one above the stairway — are considered built-in artwork and stay with the home.