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$839,900 11.32 acres
Darby, MT 59829 - Ravalli County

Bitterroot River Retreat

Situated on the bank of the Bitterroot River, this retreat offers amazing views, incredible fishing opportunities, and a wildlife observation point, all from the private deck. Approximately 11.32 acres, this property provides those weary of city living with a chance to truly get away from it all and take a step back into nature for a weekend, a long vacation, or full-time living. Swaths of irrigated, green pastureland blend harmoniously with the stands of ponderosa pine that flourish along the stream. The bench, dotted with pine and fir that undulate in a gentle breeze, transitions gradually into a vibrant riparian corridor created by the Bitterroot River. Gazing across the river from the deck, one can see the Triple Creek Ranch, which off
Fay Ranches Fay Ranches
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$599,000 20 acres 2 Beds | 3 Baths | 2366 sqft
140 Alta Drive, Darby, MT 59829 - Ravalli County

140 Alta Drive

Beautiful RIVERFRONT property, fishable and waiting for you. Elk, deer, & fox for your viewing pleasure! This property boasts 20+/- acres of timbered/meadow privacy, a beautiful home that takes advantage of the views. A lovely open floor plan features floor to ceiling windows. Expansive deck for entertaining and BBQ. Unsurpassed setting, a very rare and desirable property. Close to Forest Service.
Catherine Lindbeck Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Montana Properties
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$129,900 3.02 acres
Darby, MT 59829 - Ravalli County


LIVE WATER (BOULDER CREEK) ON PROPERTY AND BITTERROOT RIVER ACCESS MINUTES AWAY..FISHING,HUNTING, BOATING, HIKING FROM NEARBY TRAIL HEADS, BIKING OR HORSEBACK RIDING RIGHT FROM PROPERTY. Painted Rocks Lake is just up the road for boating, water skiing fishing and ice-fishing. Old apple trees, Ponderosa Pines, Spruce and Fir trees and boulders accent the property for natural landscaping. Boulder Creek borders the property and flows into the Bitterroot River a short distance away making for some of the best trout fishing on the Bitterroot River. You can ride, or hike into the many high mountain lakes in the Selway-Bitterroot Wildnerness directly from the property or just kick back by the creek in your hammock or lawn-chair for total relaxatio
Molly Peterson Iten Company