Lucrative Laurel Subdivided Lots, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land
Activities & Amenities
Invest, build, profit! As Billings continues to grow and expand, more residents look to the bedroom communities for a slower pace and less of the city bustle. Laurel, Montana remains a quiet and close-knit community. This cul-de-sac of 11 lots can be developed immediately. The subdivision bond money has already been paid, and the plots are zoned for single family residences. Essential amenities are close by in the town of Laurel. Billings is an easy commute of 15 minutes. Opportunity is knocking! Answer the call!
In 1806, Laurel, Montana was founded when Lewis and Clark camped on their famous expedition at the mouth of the Clarks Fork River where it joins the Yellowstone River. The small-town atmosphere and slower pace of life keeps residents from leaving as it’s a mere 13 miles to commute to the largest city in Montana of Billings. Make memories while recreating outdoors at Riverside Park. Here you can enjoy the shade provided by the giant Cottonwood trees lining the banks of the Yellowstone River. Picnic, BBQ, fish, play horseshoes and volleyball and catch the rays of sunshine. Along with the breathtaking scenery, this local area has so many things to do such as wildlife viewing, agate collecting, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing the Yellowstone River, and bird watching. Fish also at the Buffalo Mirage Fishing Access or catch a game of golf at the Laurel Golf Club.
The booming city of Billings, Montana is rapidly growing making sure to keep the title of the largest city in Montana. As county seat of Yellowstone County, it is considered to be the trade and distribution center for much of the state, east of the Continental Divide, northern Wyoming, and western portions of North and South Dakota. Billings has superb shopping, delicious dining, and boisterous breweries. The city offers a range of recreational activities with 45 miles of multi-use trails for biking, hiking, or dog-walking. The city itself is situated in a beautiful area carved out by the Yellowstone River and surrounded by the majestic Rims. Billings truly has all the amenities and is immersed with history.
Local Area Attractions
Zoo Montana is a zoological/botanical garden, accredited arboretum and educational facility in Billings Montana. Their mission is to educate on the conservation of wildlife throughout Montana. The zoo cares for over 80 animals including Amur Tigers, Grizzly Bears, Wolverine, River Otters, Takin, and Canada Lynx, among others, most of which are rescues.
Little Bighorn Battlefield
This national monument is 15 miles southeast of Hardin, Montana and is famously where Custer took his last stand.
The Expedition of Lewis and Clark gives us a historical account of their journey through Montana, and at Pompey’s Pillar, you can view William Clark’s signature carved in stone. It is the only physical evidence left of the Expedition and will leave a lasting impression on you as well!
Pictograph Cave State Park
Come to contemplate the origins of humankind when they were prehistoric hunters. The three main caves, Pictograph, Middle, and Ghost, display hundreds of pictographs or rock paintings with the oldest rock art being over 2000 years old!
The Yellowstone River and Premiere Blue-Ribbon Fishing
This constant, unwavering river flows throughout the Yellowstone River corridor just as it has for centuries: in its natural state. It has not been dammed nor tamed and is the longest, free flowing river as such in the lower 48 states. It meanders through a variety of scenery and various topographies from steep canyon walls to lazily flowing through farm country. Its fresh, clean waters provide fishing, floating, swimming, and rafting. The nutrient rich areas surrounding the river are a paradise for wildlife making hunting especially good as well. Enjoy viewing wildlife such as bald eagles, elk, white-tailed deer, and black bears. Certainly, you will want to take advantage of the world class fishing known internationally. These premiere trout waters produce an abundance of big trout and native Yellowstone cutthroat trout. In the upper half of the river, species found are cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, large whitefish, and brown trout. In the lower half or warmer waters, species found are large walleye, catfish, and sturgeon. The beauty of fishing the Yellowstone River is its length and ample space. Anglers are not crowded with others and have the length of the river to spread out. The beautiful landscape encompassing the banks really enhance the whole experience. Dry fly fishing is excellent as well as sub-surface fishing with nymphs and streamers.