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$2,995,200 1,280 acres
Lewistown, MT 59457 - Fergus County

1,280 acres Lewistown, MT

Welcome to Alaska Bench Ranch From Big Sky views to mountain meadows, encompassing 1.25 miles of meandering McCartney creek and some of the best wildlife habitat is the 1,280 acre Alaska Bench Ranch. . This year round creek, which comes bubbling up out of the ground just a mile above the ranch, is perfect for small stream mountain fishing. The Alaska Bench is known for it lush mountain grass, as ranchers use this part of the country for late summer, or early fall grazing where the grass is still green. The Alaska Bench Ranch is home to trophy elk and deer. When you are on the ranch it feels like a time long past, where you find yourself in your own peaceful world walking next to the creek while it is holding concert with the rocks as you
Lloyd Parsons or Don Parsons Parsons Farm/Ranch Realty
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$85,000 20 acres
TBD Jenni Road, Lewistown, MT 59457 - Fergus County

Upper Springs Creek Tract

Build your home in this beautiful subdivision conveniently located between Lewistown and Moore, MT with nice views and good access. There is power to the property and barbed wire fencing on 3 sides. There is also a verbal hay lease at $450 annually.
Corder and Associates, Kalie Evans Corder & Associates, LLC
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$59,500 20.1 acres
East Beaver Ridge Road, Lewistown, MT 59457 - Fergus County

20.1 acres Lewistown, MT

Bring your horses and live recreationally or year-round on this lush and beautiful 20 acre paradise. This is country living at its finest. Land in this area is hard to come by and for good reason, its highly desirable due to its location near Fort Peck Lake and the Missouri River Breaks. The Breaks, as the locals call it, are a huge chunk of public land surrounding 150 miles of the National Wild and Scenic Upper Missouri River drainage. Some of the biggest bull elk in Montana call the Breaks home, and antelope, mule deer, and white tailed deer and hunting is pretty great. A Missouri River Breaks bighorn sheep tag is one of the most coveted big game licenses in the world. They grow them big here! Fort Peck Lake is Montanas largest
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