575 North Fork Rd, Chinook, MT 59523

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$300,000
Active for Sale
3 Beds
2 Baths
Built In 1975
 
Listing ID 11087705
Property Type Farm/Estate
County Blaine
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Total Tax $4,500
Tax ID 0000001213
Year Built 1975
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Irrigated North Fork Road Acres

Located where Battle Creek meets the Milk River, these 108.85 acres bring a multitude of opportunities. Accessible from North Fork Road and near Highway 2, the property features a quarter mile of Milk River frontage and fertile nutrient-rich soils. Sixty acres are irrigated by pivot and some by flood irrigation. There is an old set of corrals, a shed, and a livable home. The acreage is currently being leased on shares so it would make a lucrative investment property for a business-minded individual looking for recreational use such as fishing and hunting. The spot would also be ideal for building a home of your design. Bring your horses or livestock as there is adequate water. Enjoy the hunting as white-tailed, mule deer, and antelope are attracted to the cover of the coulees and the water. Priced to sell and waiting for your ideas, check out this Hi-Line property! Local Area Located along the Hi-Line sits Chinook, Montana, a small, nostalgic community and home of the Sugarbeeters mascot. Chinook is the county seat of Blaine County and is located on Lodge Creek where it empties into the Milk River. Its name means "warm wind" as farmers and ranchers historically depended on these warm chinook winds as a means of survival. In the 1920s, the town held a massive sugarbeet factory which inspired the mascot. The Sugarbeeter mascot ranked #2 out of 100 for the strangest mascots according to Mr. Jay Leno! You'll find that the town is welcoming and warm with its tree-lined streets and well-kept downtown. It is also the eastern starting point for the Bears Paws Mountains Backcountry Drive. On this drive, you will journey past the Bearpaws Battlefield where the last major Native American battle in the United States took place. The Blaine County Museum holds many artifacts and history about the battle and the homestead era. Chinook is just 20 miles from Havre, a larger city on the Hi-Line. Area Attractions The Milk River Forty-one different species of fish swim the milky waters of the Milk River. One of prominence is the Channel Catfish. On May 8, 1805, the first "tourists" to this region, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, camped at the confluence of the Milk and Missouri rivers, about 18 miles southeast of present-day Glasgow. After exploring the river, Lewis called it "Milk River" because of its color resembling that of a "cup of tea admixture of a tablespoon full of milk." Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge The CMR National Wildlife Refuge displays badlands, cottonwood river bottoms, forested coulees, and sprawling prairies. The Refuge provides over one million acres of public land for fishing, hiking, hunting, camping, bird-watching, and other outdoor activities. The area spans about 125 miles along the Missouri River, from the Fort Peck Dam west to the boundary with the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. If you're looking to observe game in its natural habitat, this refuge shall reward you. It is the second-largest refuge in the continental US. In September and October locals and tourists from all over gather to watch the bull elk bugle and battle for the cow's attention at Slippery Ann Wildlife Viewing Area. Miles of parked cars can be seen while people sit on lawn chairs and watch the display for hours of the wild elk. Herds of deer, red fox, and coyotes can also be observed. Bird watchers can delight in spying mountain bluebirds and black-capped chickadees. Osprey, spotted sandpipers, and white pelicans can be found along the coast of the reservoir. Bears Paws Mountains There is also a wide array of recreational activities ranging from skiing at the Bear Paws Ski area, hunting the Bear Paw Mountains for elk and deer, or fishing for trout in Beaver Creek or the Bear Paw Reservoir. Hike, camp, float or enjoy the scenic drive. Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge A grass prairie region of the wide-open plains of north-central Montana. The Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge spans 15,551 acres.
Property Details
  • 3 Total Bedrooms
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 108.85 Acres
  • Built in 1975
Interior Features
  • Forced Air
  • Gas Fuel
Exterior Features
  • Frame Construction
  • Shed
  • River View
  • River Waterfront
  • Water Frontage: Quarter of a mile
Taxes and Fees
  • $4,500 Total Tax
  • Tax Year 2021
Listed By
Corder and Associates, LLC
Office: 406-622-3224
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