The 240 acre Redtail Ridge property is located in the McLaughlin Creek drainage near Paradise, Montana. This attractive property has two streams, a mix of timber and meadow, plenty of level area for developing an off-grid home or cabin and views you will never get tired of. Legal access is provided by the McLaughlin Creek (County) Road which is maintained throughout the year. The property adjoins the Lolo National Forest along its western border. Wildlife is abundant in the area and includes, whitetail and mule deer, bighorn sheep, black bear and elk. This is great opportunity to purchase a large tract of property with so many amazing features. (This property is listed with Mark Twite of Twite Realty).
Legal: E2W2, NW4NW4, NW4SW4, Section 14, T19NR25W, PMM
Zoning: None Known
Current Use: Timber
Reservations: Mineral Reservation
Location: Sanders County, Montana
Estimated Annual 2016 Taxes: $300
Average Elevation: 4,000’
Access: Access is from a maintained gravel road. Sanders County road department maintains the road throughout the year.
Use the Paradise Direction Map to access the property.
There are easements encumbering the property benefitting neighboring properties.
Easements benefitting the property (if any) will be assigned at the time of sale. Stimson will retain rights and ability to assign additional easements to benefit remaining ownerships if necessary.
Electric Power: There is no power on or near the property. This is an off-the-grid type property. Power is approximately 1.2 miles from the property at Wilcut Draw Lane.
Phone: Buried phone line is located adjacent to the McLaughlin Creek Road and crosses the property.
Water: McLaughlin Creek crosses the property as well as a seasonal tributary stream coming into the property from the north.
Water Rights: There are no known water rights associated with the property.
Terrain: The terrain is varied throughout but the majority of the topography is sloped. Property in the northern portion of the ownership would be most suitable for a residence, outbuildings and small pasture. It also provides southerly exposure for solar power.
Vegetation: The property is moderately forested with Douglas fir and grand fir on northerly aspects. South aspects are open, natural grasslands with scattered pine.
Covenants: There are no restriction on the use of the land.
Site Improvements: There are no approved well or septic sites approved on the property. There is no fencing.
Mineral Rights: There is a mineral reservations associated with the property reserving all mineral rights. Stimson does not own this right and it will not be conveyed at the time of sale.
Creek / River Mountain Views