SOLD - Finn Gulch is a unique mountain top recreation property. There is a significant about of public land in the area to enjoy. Recreation opportunities on or near the property include hunting, snowmobiling, ATV and horseback riding. There is plenty of area to cross-country ski, mountain bike and hike as well.
Legal: S2, Section 23, T12NR14W, PMM
Zoning: None Known
Current Use: Timber
Reservations: Mineral Reservations
Location: Granite County, Montana
Estimated Annual 2015 Taxes: $300
Average Elevation: 6,000’
Access: The property is 60 minutes from Missoula; 40 minutes on the pavement, 10 minutes on improved gravel roads; 10 minute on unimproved gravel roads.
The junction of Bear Gulch Road and the Frontage Road is approximately 13 miles west of Drummond, MT and 5.5 miles east of the Bearmouth Exit (138) on the Frontage Road.
The property is located approximately 3 miles from the nearest maintained public road on unimproved gravel roads. Access on these of roads is seasonal for passenger vehicles do to winter snowpack. The property may be accessed during the winter season by either maintaining the road (by plowing snow) or by riding a snowmobile. Access with a passenger vehicle is typically from mid-May thru November.
An existing easement across BLM ownership from Bear Gulch will be assigned at the time of sale.
Stimson will retain rights and ability to assign additional easements to benefit remaining Stimson ownerships if necessary.
Easements benefitting BLM ownerships encumber the property and provides public access to public lands.
Electric Power: There is no power on or near the property. This is an off-the-grid type property. Power is near the end of the paved section of the Bear Gulch road approximately 6 road miles from the property.
Water Rights: None known. There is a perennial spring in the far southeast corner of the property.
Terrain: The terrain is gentle along the ridge-top but is sloped to varying degrees on the remainder of the property.
Vegetation: The property is well forested with Douglas fir in varying sizes. Approximately 100 acres was thinned within the past 10 years leaving 8” to 10” (diameter at breast-height) Douglas fir on a 25-30 feet spacing. The understory is primarily pinegrass and ninebark.
Covenants: There are no restriction on the use of the land.
Site Improvements: There are no approved well or septic sites on the property. There is no fencing.
Mineral Rights: There is one Mineral reservations on the property. The ACM (Anaconda Copper Mining) Deed divides the mineral interest into two separate titles which are owned by two different entities. The hydrocarbon reservation is not available for purchase. The precious metals reservation is available for purchase from the owner (not Stimson Lumber Co.). Disclosure of additional information can be provided to the Buyer upon request once an Agreement is entered into for the sale of the property and may be a contingency of the purchase.