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651 N Coffee Creek RoadCoffee Creek, MT 59424Sale Price: 0

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  • $460,000List Price
  • 40Acreage
  • SoldStatus

Coffee Creek Equestrian Ranchette

It isn't difficult to find a ranch for sale; the difficulty comes when trying to find a good ranch. This extraordinary equestrian property combines all the sought-after characteristics with over 40 years of stewardship to create one complete and balanced package. For example, the property depicts old charm and history of the Old West with décor of old wagon wheels perched atop the pipe fencing. The opportunity to immerse yourself into some of the most beautiful country in North Central Montana beckons you from the daily grind of busy living. The Coffee Creek Equestrian Ranchette is rich with water, natural beauty, interesting topography, privacy, solitude and recreational activities. Just out your doorstep is a chance to ride horses, atv's or dirt bikes, hike or mountain bike. Fergus County offers excellent hunting and fishing opportunities as well. With thousands of acres of public land waiting nearby, you can join the wildlife in soaking up the peace and tranquility of the forests and fields. Enjoy the stunning views of the entire Highwood Mountain Range from this property. The home has been updated with new windows, siding, a new roof, and all new flooring. The turn-key horse property encompasses a fully fenced ranch with numerous outbuildings including a shop, corrals, lean-to's, loafing sheds, an arena, a barn and a tack room. An incredible horse property in Fergus County, this well-planned equestrian facility was specifically designed to accommodate growth for boarding, training and events. Bring your horses, fishing rods and toys, and ride off into the sunset in this old western setting!

Local Area

Located in Fergus County, Coffee Creek, Montana was established in 1913 as a railroad town. It was named for the creek with a dark, coffee-brown color. Historically, cowboys would stop at Coffee Creek to rest from riding the surrounding open ranges.

Resting in the heartland of Fergus County is Denton, Montana. This community now serves as one of the top producing dryland farm and cattle production areas in the state. The fertile ground that surrounds Denton provides farmers with fields to seed and ranchers with nutrient rich grass to graze. The rolling plains of this area are also ideal for game animals and birds to hide and roam the coulees making it great for hunting. Denton is the turn-around spot for the Charlie Russell Chew Choo, a three-hour train ride in which travelers can watch the beautiful countryside pass by while enjoying a prime rib dinner.

Stanford, Montana is the county seat of Judith Basin county and historically was a site on the Fort Benton-Billings stage route. It was also a gathering site for the cowboys and cattle companies that utilized the lush Judith Basin before homesteaders arrived. In 1880, Calvin and Edward Bower arrived in the area with 1000 head of sheep and secured a hundred thousand acres. They named this settlement in memory of their home that they had left of Stanfordville in New York. Today, Stanford is an agricultural community that supports its area farmers and ranchers while offering up many recreational opportunities. Explore the Lewis and Clark National Forest and the Judith River Wildlife Management Area where large herds of elk can be seen in late fall and early winter. Ackley Lake State Park is nearby for boating, fishing, floating, and camping. For some history, stop into the Judith Basin County Museum. This museum was opened in 1967 and displays many old-time articles, pictures, and books. It also has a collection of 2082 salt and pepper shakers, 50,000 buttons, and more! View some of the famous paintings by Charles M Russell that call the museum home. Located centrally, you can travel in any direction from Stanford and find many of Montana's delights.

Area Attractions

Ackley Lake State Park

Nestled in the heart of Montana, Ackley Lake State Park offers 290 acres of park that includes mountain views and Ackley Lake. The lake provides fishing, boating, swimming, birdwatching, picnicking and camping. It is stocked with Rainbow Trout and Tiger Muskie. The park has camping sites and two boat launches.

Slippery Ann Elk Viewing Area

Watch the large number of elk congregate during rut or breeding season. Nearly 500 elk may visit this area in September and attract those seeking to hear that spine-tingling bull elk bugle.

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Listed by Trampus and Staci Corder of Corder and Associates,LLC

Listing Sold by Corder and Associates,LLC

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