Paradise Pheasant Palace, Montana
Property Types: Farms, Ranches, Home, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
- Attached Garage
Where the imposing Rocky Mountain Front meets the sprawling corner of the Great Plains, a unique landscape has evolved. Eastern Montana holds spectacular landscapes within its rugged beauty. The same grand scenes greeted the era’s first homesteaders making eastern Montana rich with history. Among the rolling plains and the brushed draws lies a 5,200 square foot home designed as functional multigenerational home or as a valuable hunting lodge. The highly efficient custom home is an impressive sight battling the scenic 1708 acres as the focal point. The home is filled with high-end features and designed with convenience and luxury in mind. Built in August of 2014, the sturdy home is constructed with 16” Superior Concrete Walls with brick exterior and an expansive deck oriented to give you the panoramic view of the vast territory with unending skies. The inviting open floor plan imitates that of the sometimes overwhelmingly openness and immensity of the outside region. Each floor acts as a complete living space with 2 bedrooms, a full living room, and kitchen. The home is equipped with an interior elevator and is completely handicap accessible. Enjoy the copious amounts of natural solar light let in by the energy efficient Pella windows with blinds between the glass panes. The cold months will not bother to interrupt your comfort as the basement floor has radiant heating as well as the over-sized two car garage. Worried about hard water? The home has a water softener with reverse osmosis for drinking water. The home consists of all solid maple interior doors and ash wood trim with well-appointed marble kitchen counters and top of the line energy star appliances. The design of the home is as marvelous as the sculptured sandstone and river breaks, delivering hidden structures such as the safe, shelter-in- place room in the basement secured with a bank vault door. The home is authentic with only the best embellishments, one that truly cannot be fully appreciated until you’ve experienced it yourself. Rest easy as there is a steady dependable caretaker in place to help ensure compliance with CRP plantings if you so chose to have come aboard.
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.
Additional CRP Income
Of the 1708 acres, nearly 500 acres are registered in USDA’s Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which compensates a passive income of $16,000 annually. The present owner has applied for a new 10-year contract and has offered more than the 500 acres for a larger yield. The CRP funds and contract will convey to the buyer.
Vida, Montana makes its home in Eastern Montana on Highway 13 about 20 miles south of Wolf Point 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 a deer and upland bird sanctuary. The brush filled draws conceal big game with ravines for deer and 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 that make fishing a pleasurable experience for all.