Cascade County Cash Cow Ranch, Montana
Property Types: Farms, Ranches, Home, Recreational

$2,500,000 / 1,274 Acres / Sold
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Property Summary

$2,500,000
Total Acres: 
1,274.00
LandLeader #: 
12150
Closest Town/Locale: 
Belt
County: 
Cascade County
Property Type: 
Farms, Ranches, Home, Recreational
Water Rights: 
Included
Home Style: 
2 Story Ranch Home
State Hunting Unit: 
413

Activities & Amenities

ATV/Off Road
Cattle/Ranch
Farm/Crops/Ag
Fishing
Hiking/Climbing
House/Cabin
Hunting - Big Game
Hunting - Predator/Varmint
Hunting - Small Game
Hunting - Turkey
Hunting - Upland Birds
Hunting - Waterfowl
Income Producing
Outbuilding/Barn/Shed
Stream/River
Water Rights
Waterfront

Land Details

Total Acres: 
1,274.00
Deeded Acres: 
1,274.00
Zoning: 
Farmstead - Rural
Elevation: 
4,445 ft
Estimated Taxes: 
$2,438.00
Estimated Income: 
$16,000
Source of Lot Size: 
Other
Has HOA: 
No

Building Details

Total SF of Home (s) (Finished + Unfinished): 
2116
Main Level Square Footage: 
1185
Upper Square Footage: 
924
Year Built: 
1915-pre
Homes: 
1
Finished SQFT: 
2116
Bedrooms: 
3
Total # of Bathrooms: 
2
Full Bathrooms: 
2
Outbuildings: 
6+
Outbuilding Types: 
Metal Shop 30' x 64'Pole Barn 30' x 63'Barn 24' x 32'Shed 12' x 12'
Fenced Lot: 
Yes
Parking Types: 
  • Detached Garage

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Property Description

The tree-lined and paved driveway illustrates the degree of care and precision that has long since been practiced on this Belt valley cattle ranch. Like a page out of “Little House on the Prairie,” the meticulous lane leads up to a charming remodeled two-story farmhouse with a covered front porch supporting a porch swing alongside the traditional and nostalgic rocking chair. It is the perfect place to rest and gaze out at the blessings the property provides. The mature willow and cottonwood trees offer shade and protection throughout the open meadows inviting deer, elk, and the occasional bear to wander through before stopping for a refreshing drink from the crisp waters of Belt Creek. The grounds of the property include a new detached garage, shop, shed, corrals, and a small grain bin. This working cattle ranch comes with an opportunity to earn extra income through a pasture lease totaling $16000 annually. Surrounded by excellent fencing, roundup ready alfalfa and hay is produced. The operating ranch of 1274 deeded acres provides a chance to join the American tradition of the hardworking Montana rancher while enjoying the scenic surroundings in the Belt valley!

Local Area

Many features make Belt, Montana a much-desired haven. For example, it attracts rugged competition from all over to participate in its annual rodeo and is still able to offer a small town feel and experience. Belt is home to the famous Harvest Moon Brewery that combines Montana’s luscious grain with fresh and clean water out of local streams and wells to make a variety of beers sought after by connoisseurs from all over. You can find ample history throughout the town or in the Belt Museum housed in the old town jail! In addition, Belt is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and claims Montana’s very first coal mine. Belt’s name comes from a nearby mountain, Belt Butte, that looks like it has a belt of rocks around it. The Highwood and Little Belt mountains provide areas for hiking, biking, camping, creek fishing, hunting, and recreating, and the Sluice Boxes State Park is nearby as well. Great Falls is a mere 23 miles away, and it has an International Airport and prestigious medical facilities for your convenience.

Climate

The Belt valley lies in the heart of Montana’s top grain and cattle producing regions. A contributing factor to the success of agriculture here is the mild climate and the adequate precipitation. On average, this region receives 15 inches of rain annually and 78 inches of snow. The life-giving sun rays shine 185 days of the year on average giving a sufficient growing season for hay, alfalfa, and grains.

Hunting and Fishing

Enjoy the way of life that is known to many Montanans defined by fishing and hunting. This property is in District 413 with 323 square miles of public lands to utilize in addition to your own private property. Wildlife varieties include deer, elk, moose, mountain lion, fox, coyote, and upland birds. Brook trout can be reeled in the numerous creeks and streams, or the Missouri River provides bigger waters for bigger fish.

Belt Creek is a tributary, approximately 80 mi (129 km) long, of the Missouri River in western Montana in the United States. It originates in the Lewis and Clark National Forest north of Big Baldy Mountain, in the Little Belt Mountains in western Judith Basin County. It flows northwest through mountainous canyons (Limestone Canyon) past Monarch,through the Sluice Box Park, and flows through Armington and Belt. It finally joins the Missouri approximately 15 mi (25 km) northwest of Great Falls of the Missouri.

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Brokerage info: 

Corder and Associates, LLC

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