Clark Fork River Retreat, Montana
Property Types: Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
- Detached Garage
Ensconced between the gallant Bitterroot Mountains and the epic Clark Fork River lies a distinctive log cabin home on 20+ acres. The Clark Fork River flows just steps from a newly built deck that is perfect for basking in the sun rays and listening to the river lap at the banks just below. The elegant home has a covered front porch that also graciously provides a relaxing spot to take in the impressive views of the pine-covered mountains stretching high into the sky challenging you to find a purer and deeper shade of blue! The custom home bestows feelings of comfort and nostalgia with its unique utilization of the larger logs not often seen. The flat topography offers room to expand should you be inspired to build your own custom dream home and perhaps have the existing one as a charming guest home. There are numerous opportunities with this piece of acreage as it is in immaculate condition. Secluded and peaceful, the house and surrounding yard is well kept and orderly. Efficient and easy to clean tile flooring greets any guests before the new soft carpet does. The home is spacious and clean complete with a security system to give you peace at mind. The spectacular sauna in the basement will rid you of any stress left and lingering restoring your body and mind. In addition, there is a storage shed and a large garage with a useful work bench. This bliss in the Bitterroots calls you home with the beautiful small town of Superior minutes away for any necessity needed. Arise early to greet the dew drops on the grass and delight in the sweet aroma of lilacs from the bush out front. Grab a pole and fish the Clark Fork River right out your back door. It sure sounds like home.
Western Montana competes as the most beautiful area of the state which makes Superior a wonderful place to call home. The county seat of Mineral County, Superior is surrounded by rugged and amazing mountains more specifically the Bitterroots. The Clark Fork River flows right through town so it is no wonder adventure and local flavor come in the form of floating and fishing. Its ideal location makes it a phenomenal launching point for any outdoor recreation. Get an idea of the area’s rich mining history by stopping by the Mineral County Museum. Get out and explore this quiet corner of Montana!