Supreme Stevensville Acreage, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Recreational

$385,000 / 10 Acres / Sold
LinkedIn Google+

Property Summary

Total Acres: 
LandLeader #: 
Closest Town/Locale: 
Ravalli County
Property Type: 
Vacant Land, Ranches, Recreational
Water Rights: 
Yes: well and irrigation
State Hunting Unit: 

Activities & Amenities

ATV/Off Road
Cycling/Mountain Biking
Development Potential
Hunting - Predator/Varmint
Hunting - Small Game
Hunting - Upland Birds
Water Rights

Land Details

Total Acres: 
Deeded Acres: 
Improved Property - Rural
4,453 ft
Estimated Taxes: 
Source of Lot Size: 
Has HOA: 

Building Details

Year Built: 
Full Bathrooms: 
Outbuilding Types: 
Fence Type: 
Perimeter fenced with barbed-wire
Fenced Lot: 

Property Description

The beauty of the Sapphire Mountains to the east and the Bitterroot Mountains to the west, draw people to Stevensville, Montana. This 10.17 acre property is nestled between the mountain ranges and provides scenic views in all directions. The Bitterroot River is within walking distance and considered to be a blue ribbon trout fishery. Gather up your pole and tackle and head out for a spectacular sunset while you fish! The Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge is just on the outskirts of Stevensville and provides opportunities to observe wildlife and birds. Learn about the many species and photograph the graceful wildlife traveling through. Walk or bike the paved Bitterroot Trail for extraordinary views along the way to Missoula or Hamilton. The property’s location allows for many options! Build a dream home or vacation cabin. Split the lot and have a business on the trafficked highway side for ample display! A garage is situated on the property already with electric, a well and septic in place. Water rights are available for animals or horses to graze. Possibilities are endless! The recreational attributes enhance this lot in this highly desirable location! 

Local Area 

Stevensville, Montana is nestled between the Sapphire and Bitterroot Mountains. Whether you love fishing, hiking, camping or biking, Stevensville offers a chance to experience it all! Stevensville has a vibrant downtown with street festivals, music, a farmer’s market and many special events. The town is rich in history that can be learned at the Stevensville Historical Museum. Here you can experience Lewis and Clark’s journey, learn about Fort Owen, the historic Creamery Picnic and the era of the Apple Boom. In the early 1900s, four different fires destroyed and gutted downtown, but the resilient community rebuilt each time. They realized the distinctiveness of the area. Come see what a wonderful place it is for yourself! 

Area Attractions

Bitterroot Trail 

The Bitterroot Trail consists of 50 miles of paved trail that connects Missoula all the way to Hamilton, Montana! 

Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

Just on the edge of the town of Stevensville lies the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is home to an array of wildlife species from warblers to wapiti! It was established in 1963 with the purpose of maintaining the habitat for waterfowl, waterbirds and migratory birds. Many animals utilize the natural condition of the land including 235 species of birds, 37 species of mammals and 17 species of reptiles and amphibians. There are many opportunities to view the wildlife, photograph, hike, hunt and fish! Keep a lookout for ospreys, Canada geese, bald eagles, coyotes, marmots, muskrats, mink, white-tailed and mule deer. 

Bitterroot National Forest

The Bitterroot National Forest blankets the peaks of the Sapphire and Bitterroot Mountains. The 1.6 million acre national forest spans Montana and Idaho and over half is designated wilderness. The forest can supply hours of solitude and primitive recreation with wonderful hiking, fishing, hunting and outdoor activities. There are also opportunities for biking, horseback riding and floating. 

The Bitterroot River

One of the most fished rivers in Montana is the Bitterroot River. It is considered a medium sized stream that begins near Connor, Montana. It then flows for 84 miles through the scenic Bitterroot Valley until it merges with the Clark Fork River. The river has it all: runs, riffles, pools, flats, gravel bars and channels for much diversity. The river is considered a blue ribbon trout fishery with Rainbow Trout, Westslope Cutthroat Trout and Bull Trout thriving in the cool, free-flowing waters. 

Listed By: 

(406) 868-8083
My Profile/listings
Contact me for more information on this property
This checkbox is to prevent automated spam submissions.

Brokerage info: 

Corder and Associates, LLC

1312 Front Street
Fort Benton, MT 59442
United States
(833) 783-3224