Own part of History and one of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Campsites (April 30, 1805) on this Missouri River property with approximately 363 acres of which 221 are irrigated and the balance are wildlife hideouts and habitat. 3 phase power runs the 5000/gal/min pump right from the Missouri River onto the productive cropland. Seller has leased farming acres for 2020. Plenty of Pheasants, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, and Whitetail deer call this their home. These Eastern Montana views are terrific of the Missouri River and the Badlands in the distance to the south. Truly a special Eastern Montana property when you imagine Lewis and Clark and their Expedition choosing to camp here! Enjoy privacy, great end of the road access, fantastic hunting and fishing all on productive river bottom land.
Lot FeaturesAdjacent To Public Land, Acreage, Farm, Level, Meadow
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Dan understands the market and can position his clients’ property to stand out among other properties for sale. He also listens to his client’s individual needs and can help buyers understand all aspect of their real estate investment.