Hi-Line Acreage, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
Experience the majesty and tranquil beauty of Big Sky Country that remains virtually unchanged from when the great pioneers traveled to establish homesteads and thousands of buffalo roamed on this spectacular piece of north central Montana known as the Hi-Line. This enticing area of Montana has maintained its old west charm making it a destination for those who are seeking outstanding hunting, fishing, and an almost limitless variety of other Montana recreational activities. You will find a wonderful seasonal pond, mineral rights are included, and the owner will have legal access to the north, south, and west sides of the property. This dry-land farming gem boasts spring wheat as well as excellent grazing land for livestock with barbed wire fencing lining the south side of the property. 2/3 of the land is tillable and the other third is for grazing. In the northwest corner near that great seasonal pond, you will find the original foundation of the homestead house placing you in the footsteps of the intrepid pioneers who settled this magnificent land. This hunter’s paradise with abundant game and wildlife is located in hunting district 600 for Mule and Whitetail Deer as well as Pheasant and Sage Grouse. You will also find some of the best fishing northern Montana has to offer close by. Located conveniently between Havre and Chinook, MT, you simply cannot pass up this wonderful piece of the west and experience what is certainly the best of what Montana has to offer.
Havre, MT is known as The Jewel of the Hi-Line and serves as the medical, educational, and business center of north central Montana. The Milk River, a tributary of the mighty Missouri River, weaves its way through town and the beautiful Bear Paw Mountains can be seen rising from the plains to the south. Havre also has a public use airport.
Chinook, MT is located on Highway 2, about 20 miles to the east of Havre. Local attractions include the Blaine County Museum, which highlights the history of farming in and around the Chinook area. Other attractions include the Bear Paw Battlefield, which is part of Nez Perce National Historical Park and Nez Perce National Historic Trail. The battlefield highlights the last battle between the Nez Perce Tribe and the US Army. The battlefield is full of educational markers and is located about 16 miles south of town.