This rugged secluded 20 acre tract of land is located in Musselshell County, Montana just 8 short miles southeast of the small town of Roundup, Montana. Access will be via Smith Road, a private road for landowners in this area. Many people that work in Billings call this area home since it's a short 38 mile commute to the north.
This land is roughly 80-90% timber with a small meadow. You will need a 4WD to access this rugged, remote tract of land during the winter months as this private road is not maintained. There are no utilities established to this lot. The terrain consists of some flat areas with some mountainous terrain with rolling hills. Land is rugged in nature with large ponderosa pines and natural grasses known in this area of Montana. Wildflowers can also be found during the warmer spring months. If you love the outdoors, this land is for you!
Musselshell County does not require a building permit. There are also no covenants for this area. A log cabin with the timber on the property would be ideal!!
Musselshell County is abundantly rich in natural settings with year-round recreational activities. Musselshell County enjoys a clean natural environment with excellent air quality. Its rural communities are ideal for raising families with less crime, traffic, and lower cost of living.
Musselshell County was named for the Musselshell River that runs through the county and town of Roundup. This area of Montana has numerous recreational opportunties including miles and miles of off road and ATV trails. Many national wildlife refuges and national forest are located within a short driving distance of this region of Montana. Yellowstone National Park is only about 5 hours to the southwest of Billings.