Paradise Pheasant Acres, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Recreational
If 1548 acres aren’t enough for prominent hunting and adventuring, this large chunk of Montana is bordered by state and BLM acres to the north and to the south of the property. Revere the quality and vastness of the land that seems to span on well into the melting horizon at sundown. In this present day, individuals are flocking to the isolated and quiet escape of bare land. This piece is within range of the needed amenities but removed from the fluster of the city. This land comes with much opportunity and can take your dreams to an actuality! Improved pasture from previous CRP acreage will add nutrients and pack on the pounds to any kind of livestock from cattle to sheep or horses. The ruggedness of the plains challenges the wide-open prospects of the Big Sky of Montana. This acreage can be purchased with an additional 160 acres and an exquisite 5200 square foot home!
Pristine, Untouched Land
No grazing, farming, or development of any kind has been done on the surrounding land since 2006. The wide-open space and the undisturbed quality of it is the land’s greatest commodity. Here, there are no borders or feelings of confinement. Stretch, breathe, and relish in the beauty and splendor. The distinct region offers you the opportunity to gaze at badlands, sculptured sandstone, wilderness grasslands, wildlife refuges, lakes, and island mountain ranges all forming the soft fusion of the earth and sky along a vast horizon.
Vida, Montana makes its home in Eastern Montana on Highway 13 and 30 miles north of Circle. The present-day location of Vida began as the Presserville community, and around 1951, Ed Schillinger moved his store and the Vida Post Office to the present-day location on Highway 13. The community finally agreed to change the town name to coincide with the name registered under the Post Office. The “new” Vida was completed with the move of the last public building, the Baptist Church. Vida had the second radio station in the state! Its call letters were KGCX and was later moved to Wolf Point and then to Sidney. It is also home to Montana sportscaster Rocky Erickson.
Prime Hunting and Fishing
The property is located in McCone County just approximately 1.5 miles from the mighty Missouri River. The distinct features of this region provide deer and upland birds a sanctuary. The brush filled draws conceal big game with ravines for deer and plenty of open space for antelope to roam. Sewn wildlife plots and approved USDA grasses attract the hungry game. There are 2 year-round reservoirs and 2 wet-weather reservoirs on the ranch. These reservoirs on the property provide ideal habitat, bedding, and nesting areas for Pheasant, Sharp-tail Grouse, and Hungarian Partridge. The property also borders BLM and State lands for even more adventuring, sight-seeing, or hunting.
The fishing just a mere 1.5 miles away is second to none. This portion of the Missouri River holds a diverse assemblage of native and non-native fish species. Anglers interested in native species can expect to catch Sauger, Channel Catfish, Shovelnose Sturgeon, Burbot, and Paddlefish. Anglers interested in nonnative species can expect to find Walleye, Northern Pike, and Rainbow Trout. This stretch of river is home to over 50 species of fish. Angling is year-round. The mighty water way carves out canyons and river breaks creating formations that are breathtaking and make fishing a pleasurable experience for all.