Mike Sedgwick

My wife and I moved our kids out to the big sky country in 1999. Together with my family we have bought and sold businesses, homes, land, we’ve worked and managed luxury legacy ranches and now have the privilege to help buyers and sellers accomplish their dreams in home or ranch ownership. Whether you are buying or selling, my number one goal is to ensure that you have the best representation working for you. Honestly , integrity and loyalty is the reason why my clients get the best possible service no matter the price tag. With all of today’s technology combined with my experience and negotiating skills, I can help you find the home, ranch, land or recreation property so you can have a piece of the treasure state. “Results That Move You”
$265,000  •  17 acres
The Elk Horn Retreat consist of 17 deeded acres in the middle of the The Elkhorn Mountains south of Helena, MT overlooking Canyon Ferry Lake. A consortium composed of private landowners, the BLM, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, and the National Forest Service cooperatively manage about 300,000 acres in the Elkhorn Mountains with the primary management emphasis on wildlife and habitat, and then on dispersed recreation. The Elkhorn Mountains are home to one of Montana's healthiest elk herds. At one time the trappers, miners, Native Americans all called this area home and there are still many old wagon roads, hunting trails and jeep trails in the Elkhorns. There is also a number of old mining ghost towns scattered through the mountains. Excellent opportunity to build a cabin and you can enjoy your favorite activities like, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and wildlife watching. This property is off-grid, seasonal, and does require 4 wheel drive, ATV or side-by-side.The property is very remote, need 4-wheeled drive or UTV, ATV to get there. Off -grid and seasonal., The Forest service shuts the gate 12/1 and opens on 5/1. The owner states once a cabin is built, then you can get a key from NFS for year-round access. This property was an old mining claim. This property is located in the Elk Horn Wildlife Management Area.
$2,350,000  •  103 acres
The West Fork Ranch boosts 103 ac. in the famed Yellowstone River valley with views of the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountain Range and the Crazy Mountain Range to the west. The ranch has several shares of water out of the Dry Fork Ditch to irrigate almost 30 acres of hay land. The property boarders 315 acres of State land.Pride of ownership is evident throughout the 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom, 4586 square foot custom built home by a local contractor that features vaulted ceilings with timber beams, gas fireplace with iron mantel, ceiling to floor windows for maximum views, gorgeous master suite with its own patio access, his & hers walk in closets, walk in showers with body spray heads.Custom, hand-made Alder cabinetry thru-out entire home w/ under cabinet lighting. walnut hardwood floors.Kitchen equipped w/all stainless steel appliances, butler's pantry with pull out drawers, huge work island & abundant storage, granite counter tops with leather finish. The large kitchen and open floor plan allows for entertaining guest a breeze.Radiant floor heat throughout the home, the home is also equipped central air, a large mud room complete with a pet washing station.When you have family or friends coming to visit they can stay in the 1245 sq/ft 2 bedroom 1 bathroom, guest quarters above garage. It features it's own kitchen, living, and dining area. The 3 mini-split system's will keep your guest warm on those cold nights and cool on those summer evening's. Your guest may not want to leave. Maintenance free concrete decks with iron railings. To top the property off there is a 30X30 Heated Shop with LED lighting, concrete floor and work bench upfront. Plenty of room for the toys. Only 7 miles to Big Timber this area is know for the fabulous Blue Ribbon fly fishing, world class hunting, and many miles of horse back riding or hiking.Enjoy everything that Montana has to offer from this property. Big Timber is centrally located just off of Interest 90, and is only an hour to Bozeman International Airport, and only an hour to Billings Logan International Airport. A must see property. Call me for a private showing.
$1,250,000  •  55 acres
The Little Blackfoot Ranch originates in the secluded setting where peace and tranquility fill the air like the sound of the pristine waters of the Little Blackfoot River mere feet from the porch of this property. Imagine living here where the sun peaks through the towering trees illuminating the mountain in the backyard. A true outdoor escape that can be called home in this 1500sq/ft with 1 bedrooms, an office that could be a non-conforming bedroon, 1 and 3/4 bath, a 30' x 40' barn for the horses with loft, equipment shed, carport, garage, and an enclosed heated workshop with a work bench. In the early morning mist or while the sun sets lighting the sky on fire in the evening, enjoy setting on the deck listing to the river. You will feel right at home with the wooden trim and accents mimicking the elements found in nature. Certainly, friends and family will be wanting to come visit your mountain paradise. They can stay in the well maintained and positioned cabin situated on the river. With almost a mile of river frontage, you will never run out of adventures or fishing! The property is positioned on 55 acres and entirely fenced in, and if that's not enough lush forest to roam, it borders 900,000 acres of Helena National Forest Service Land. The setting is great for hiking or for a horseback ride through the Forest Service Land. A wrap around porch begs to be enjoyed so you can relax while listening to the birds mingle and watching the wildlife come down for a quenching drink. This beaufiful property sits just 6 miles off US Highway 12 and just miles from the Continental Divide. It is 30 miles to the west of Helena and is among mountainous terrain offering a hunting and fishing mecca along the Little Blackfoot River. Outdoor adventures can be found all along the McDonald Pass Area and into the Helena National Forest. The unique history when prospectors were anxiously seeking to strike it rich with the discovery of gold. In 1875, Helena became the state capital and is a culturally rich city that has activities to appease every type of person. Last Chance Gulch has been transformed into Helena's Main Street and is the foundation of a beautiful outdoor walking mall with unique boutiques and wonderful little coffee shops and restaurants. There are art galleries and museums to visit, shopping, local microbreweries, an epic trail system, and a busy local calendar to always allow for a good time and memory making. If you prefer outdoor activities you can travel few miles to where the Missouri River flows through Holter Lake, Hauser Reservoir, and Canyon Ferry Reservoir. There are opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, water-skiing, and more! With its scenic surrounding mountains and its rich history, Helena has something for everyone!Things to do on the Little Blackfoot River, this unnoticed stream is great for fishing and for doing so without seeing many other anglers. It originates in the Blackfoot Meadows approximately 15 miles south of the property flowing north and then west after reaching Elliston. It is a wade fisher's paradise, thick with trout and whitefish.Hat Creek is also a plentiful spring fed stream that flows year-round through the property and eventually drains into the Little Blackfoot River. There are many shady banks for one to fish out nice-sized brown trout. Snowmobiling The Rimini-Elliston-Basin Snowmobile Loop begins at Moose Creek and provides 161 miles of marked, groomed and non-groomed trails, cross country skiing , MacDonald Pass Ski Trails are four connected cross-country ski trail loops that are near the Continental Divide. Hunting this area has the ideal habitat offering many different species of wildlife such as bear, moose, elk, deer, bobcat, mountain lion and more. Many wildlife enthusiasts can put in for tags to try their luck at having the opportunity to harvest the beautiful game or just travel around with your spotting scope and watch the wildlife in their natural surroundings.You will want to see this one for sure! Give me a call for your private showing.
$1,088,000  •  640 acres
The Smith 640 is a hunter's dream property. The ranch consists of 640 acres of which roughly 320 is seeded into a combination of winter and spring wheat. The current owner would like to lease back the farm ground giving the new owner potential income. Pheasants Turkeys, and other upland birds are typically seen on the ranch and their numbers could be greatly improved with further habitat development. Mule deer and Elk frequent the grain fields and pine filled draws. The ranch also boarders 6,200 acres of BLM Land. The Judith River is a short distance away and boasts populations of small mouth bass, catfish, walleye, Northern pike and Brown Trout. The ranch boasts many additional areas primed for food plots, shelter belts, bedding areas, and other wildlife friendly improvements to greatly increase the existing hunting opportunities. This ranch would make a great addition to the neighboring ranch that is also for sale. MLS 345370 or 305412. The Smith 640 is located just North of Lewistown and West of Winifred, Montana.
$399,900  •  0.44 acres
The Graves Hotel was built in 1908 by A.C. "Chris" Graves was fondly called the "Father Of Harlowton". The Graves Hotel, Restaurant & Lounge is on the National Historical List, marked with the turn of the century charm and elegance. The three-story sandstone "L" shaped building has beautiful oak trim, formal dinning room, industrial kitchen, lounge/bar, sweeping grand staircase, original 15' ornate ceilings, cafe, and a veranda. The first floor has been completely restored with new insulation, drywall, electrical, plumbing, and kitchen appliances. The second and third floors are currently being restored, but due to the owners health, have not been completed. The Hotel boasts 45 rooms with handful of the rooms being completed. The Hotel still has its large, spacious lobby with oversized picture windows overlooking the Mussellshell Valley. This is a business opportunity for anyone with a creative restoration vision and a lot of love for historical buildings.
$855,000  •  25 acres
Welcome to the Log Master Retreat. This remarkably designed and custom built home was constructed by the log master himself. The 2008 home features 3136 SQ/Ft with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The main level consist of an open floor plan with rock fireplace, spacious kitchen, custom cabinetry, walk in pantry, amazing fir log beams, walk out covered patio with gas fireplace, and master suite. Lower level consist of 2 bedrooms one full bath with sauna, large family room, office.The home also includes a 2 car garage with shop, large fenced in garden, covered front entry, 10x12 and 10x16 sheds all on 25 acres. This an excellent horse property. The views of the Crazy Mountains are spectacular from the covered deck area. Enjoy the evening sun sets and the vast views. The Yellowstone River is less than a mile away with several great fishing access's. Located only 20 minutes to Big Timber, 20 Minutes to Columbus, and less than one hour to Billings, Montana.
$900,000  •  7.8 acres
ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS, AND INVESTORS. Here is a opportunity to own nearly 8 acres in a prime location just north of Bozeman. The R-2 Horse Ranch consist of a older 1 bedroom 1 bath 1067 Sq/Ft home, and a five stall horse barn with a studio above. The owner has long history of raising and showing Morgan horses. The ranch lies only 9 miles to Bozeman, 4 miles to Belgrade, and just a couple of miles to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. The Buster Gulch steam and two wells providing enough water to the property.The owner rents out the studio above the horse barn. The studio is a very nice one bedroom, one bath with forced air and a pellet stove for added heat. The views of the Bridger Mountains and the Gallatin Range are spectacular. This is a perfect location for a owner to come and build their dream home and have all of the amenities that Bozeman offers. Within minutes of world class fishing, skiing, and hunting. Call for a private showing today.
$65,000  •  0.04 acres
Panoramic mountain views, tree lined seasonal stream, a 30 acre common area are all attributes of this planned unit development. Gas, electric, water, sewer, telephone, and fiber are available to each home site. Bring your horse, chickens, or any 4-H project. Within the ranch there is a garden, horse barn, plenty of pasture, chicken coupe, seasonal creek, and tack room shed for all to use. Photos are a representation of lots and common ground in the subdivision. Taxes are assessed for each lot. The ranch does have a set of by-laws, ask listing agent for details. The perfect spot for a investor to build cabins or smaller homes and rent out. Easy access to highway and only seven miles to town.
$65,000  •  0.04 acres
Panoramic mountain views, tree lined seasonal stream, a 30 acre common area are all attributes of this planned unit development. Gas, electric, water, sewer, telephone, and fiber are available to each home site. Bring your horse, chickens, or any 4-H project. Within the ranch there is a garden, horse barn, plenty of pasture, chicken coupe, seasonal creek, and tack room shed for all to use. Photos are a representation of lots and common ground in the subdivision. Taxes are assessed for each lot. The ranch does have a set of by-laws, ask listing agent for details. The perfect spot for a investor to build cabins or smaller homes and rent out. Easy access to highway and only seven miles to town.
$5,900,000  •  5,457 acres
Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is truly one of Montana's hidden treasures. The ranch consist of over 5,457 +/- acres of which 3818 +/- are deeded and the balance is BLM and State Leased. It boasts miles and miles of flowing Judith river, Salt Creek, and Bear Springs creeks, rolling terrain, timbered breaks, grassy meadows, brushy bottoms, and several small seasonal drainages. . The Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is home to heavy populations of record class elk, and mule deer. It also offers excellent hunting for whitetail deer, waterfowl, turkeys, and upland game birds. The clean fresh water of the Judith River provides excellent fishing for rainbow and brown trout, sauger, walleye, bass, catfish, and northern pike. There are also 3 private fish ponds stocked with trout, catfish, and record class yellow perch. For the rancher, investor, Non-Profit organization or sportsman this is a must-see property.This ranch has been managed for almost three decades to produce trophy elk. It also serves as an excellent grass ranch for cattle or bison with excellent fences, cover, and water. There are about sixteen miles of eight-foot high game fence enclosing about 1,600+ acres. Gates have been lowered and opened to allow free passage of deer and elk.Of the 3818 acres of deeded land, 3610 acres are classified as Agricultural with 400 Aum's being grazed for 6 months. This ranch provides the outdoorsman with incredible opportunity for hunting, fishing, hiking, fossil collecting, canoeing, kayaking, and more activities. The owner has taken 20 plus bulls by archery, with several in the 350+ range. Location:The ranch is located in Fergus County in central Montana, about 45 miles north of Lewistown and 15 miles west of the town of Winifred. The nearest major international airports are in Billings, Montana, or Great Falls, each about a 2-hour drive from the ranch and provides a broad range of services. Owners state there is a FAA approved 3,300 conceptual air-strip ready to be built. The ranch is situated in an area where families have farmed and ranched for generations. The current owners have owned the property for over 29 years. Lewistown economy is driven by agriculture, but coupled with the areas topography, proximity of public lands, the Missouri River, Judith River, and world class hunting and fishing, recreation and tourism has also become a growing segment in the local economy.ImprovementsThe ranch has a modest set of improvements consisting of three very similar 2-bedroom, 3 bath split level homes that were built in 1979. The homes overlook the Judith River and were recently supplied by fiber optic cable for high speed internet. The owners occupy one of the homes and the other two are primarily used for guest. There is also a 36x42 shop with metal siding and roof and a 40x80 prefab steel building. As a rancher, sportsman, or investor, rarely does a property of this stature become available! Water & MineralsThe ranch has over 5 miles of Judith River frontage. The Judith River, a tributary to the Missouri River, is supported by Big Spring which is one of the largest cold-water springs in the world. The Judith River offers excellent recreation, a source for livestock and wildlife water, and fishing. Several miles of Salt Creek and Bear Springs Creek also course through the ranch. There are other seasonal drainage's that feed the water ways on the ranch as well. Current owners hold eight water rights from the Judith River , Salt Creek, and Bear Springs Creek. All water rights will convey at closing. All mineral rights held by the seller will also be conveyed at closingAgents Comments: Whether you are looking for a ranch, a recreational property, a family compound, Corporate retreat , or just an excellent investment, you owe it to yourself to view this property. Once you step foot on it, you will fall in love with it. Rolling terrain, coulees and valleys, uncountable wildlife, and miles of flowing river and creeks make this a wonderland for anyone desiring to have a piece of the Big Sky Country. But, if you are looking for a first class property to raise cattle, or horses, this property with sixteen miles of eight foot high fencing, corrals, abundant water rights, and lush grasses is ready.This is prime habitat for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, waterfowl, and upland birds. Over 5 miles of the Judith River winds through the property. The Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is a true treasure waiting to be acquired by a fortunate buyer.
$480,000  •  206 acres
The potential for some of the best whitetail hunting can be found on the Milk River. The Milk River 206 has approximately half mile of Milk River Frontage. Years of conversation and care by the owner has created the ideal whitetail deer habitat with room for upland game birds, waterfowl, and wild turkeys. Many whitetail deer use the travel corridors along the bank of the Milk River allowing you to set tree stands or ground blinds in various locations. Fishing is convenient with direct access to the Milk River. The small mouth bass, northern pike, and catfish all populate the Milk River. The 206 +/- deeded acres, of which 165 acres +/- of those are flood irrigated with ditch rights from the Harlem Irrigation District. The pasture consist of 41 acres of native grasses and some of the hay ground is in the process of being turned over. The majority of the irrigation ditches are flat bottomed with culverts and gated pipe for easy irrigating.This property would make an excellent hay base or winter pasture with plenty of cover and wind break for livestock. Power is on South side of property, which makes ideal place for a cabin. The property can be accessed year-around from a well-maintained graveled county road. The Milk River is famous for recreational opportunities. With over 200 acres to enjoy, the new owner could improve the wildlife habitat and have a spectacular hunting property.
$499,000  •  320 acres
ATTENTION ARCHERY HUNTERS:The opportunity to purchase 320 acres in what has been considered the best elk hunting in Montana just came available. The property borders over 35,000 acres of BLM on two sides which allows the new owner many possibilities of finding a monster Bull. It is not uncommon to see bull's in the 350-400" range. The property has many good building sites for a cabin or hunting lodge. The Breaks are known as one of the premier elk habitats in Montana and the western U.S. Drawing a rifle permit is difficult but if successful, you may have the hunt of a lifetime!Close by is the (CMR) Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge encompasses over 1.2 million acres and 1500 miles of shoreline. The "Breaks" have been known as one of the best mule deer hunting areas in the U.S. for years. Mule deer are widely distributed throughout the region but most heavily concentrated in the Missouri Breaks and adjacent prairie habitat. The deep, contorted coulees of the breaks provide superb cover, allowing some bucks to achieve trophy status. Montana, like most other western states, elk hunting has become increasingly challenging because it has 35 million acres of public land plus an additional 8 million acres of private land made available through the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (WFWP) Block Management Program. This property is enrolled in the Block Management program until the end of 2021. Owning your own recreational land has become a worth while investment, and property like this, does not come available very often. The rugged "breaks" along the Missouri contain dense stands of ponderosa pines and junipers. Elk thrive amidst this cover. The plants and soils of the region offer excellent nutrition, allowing mature bulls to grow exceptionally large antlers. Hunting these trophy bulls with a rifle requires a long-odds lottery permit, but those who do draw have the chance to take amazing animals. Archery hunting is also conducted on a "draw-only" basis, but the odds are much better. The estimated elk numbers according to Montana Fish and Game for the 410 district are around 4,400 animals. Antelope hunting on the open plains in this region is also a draw. Antelpoe average 13-15" which is common in the "breaks".Along with exceptional big-game hunting the Montana's Missouri River Country boasts robust populations of sharp-tailed and sage grouse, and gray (Hungarian) partridges. Solitude, exceptional scenery and superb quality of game make Montana's Missouri River Country a true hidden gem.
$7,950,000  •  2,958 acres
Once In A Life Time:Ranch Details:This ranch near Pompeys Pillar in south central Montana truly is a rare offering. Situated on the banks of the Yellowstone River approximately 35 miles northeast of Billings, this property offers a very distinct variety of topography and habitat. Nearly a century in same family, it is being offered for the first time. From the cottonwood groves along the almost 1.5 miles of Yellowstone River frontage, through the irrigated fields and riparian zones, to the high pastures, and forested breaks of the Pine Ridge, this ranch offers what many area ranches cannot with its several truly diverse ecosystems. This ranch is only one hour away from Billings Logan National Airport. Land Information:Acreage:127 Acres irrigated223 Acres River Bottom Pasture206 Acres Dry Land Hay830 Improved Pasture1572 Acres Pasture160 Acres Leased Total Acreage: 3118The lower ranch is approximately 500+ acres which is comprised of irrigated fields and pastures. 1000 plus tons of hay are produced every year, depending on rainfall. Along with several pastures that are used for horses year round, the cattle are also traditionally moved in during winter in preparation for calving. Additionally; there is an unnamed tributary of the Yellowstone that originates here, and provides excellent stock water. River access is year round, and the property offers private areas for boat launch. The shaded and cottonwood lined riverbank is an ideal spot for picnics. The upper ranch begins where the county road ends, at an admirably robust metal fence. A coded electric gate ensures only private traffic enters. With the exception of a large culvert for equipment and cattle under I-94, this is the only access to the upper ranch. There are 2500+ deeded acres, with an additional 160 leased that combine to comprise the upper ranch. This northern sloping bench consists of mainly dry land pastures, with timber and ravines throughout. Historically the upper ranch has been used for grazing with some dry land hay production. This part of the ranch is perimeter and cross fenced with 1 1/2 miles of high game fence on one border fence line. Sand Creek flows northerly through the upper ranch, with excellent stock and irrigation rights. The ingress and egress is quite pleasing as you drive through the cottonwood lined creek bottom, and then ascend onto the rolling timber lined pastures. In addition to the aforementioned water; there are also several springs, 11 wells, and a reservoir that provide ample water for the stock and irrigation. Water rights in Montana are subject to the adjudication process. Transfer of the water rights does not warrant that right until any judication process has been finalized. Flood irrigation is utilized for the numerous fields on the lower portion of the ranch. Hunting Opportunities: Down along the banks of the Yellowstone you will find hundreds of acres of cottonwood forests, willow thickets, Russian olives, and tall native grasses teaming to create an ideal habitat for trophy Whitetail Deer. In addition, the adjacent irrigated fields create a frequent pit stop for migrating waterfowl along Montana's central flyway. Robust populations of wild pheasant and turkey are also found here. A great variety of hawks, golden and bald eagles are regular residents of the area, along with Sandhill Cranes, Great Blue Herons, and other birds that call this area home for part of the year. Located within a region of Montana rumored to harbor some of the states best genetic elk herds; seeing bulls in the high 300" and low 400" class in not uncommon. Having never been outfitted, the ranch offers an unspoiled opportunity at legitimate trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. The sellers of this property have taken great pride in providing wild and natural habitat, as well as sanctuary for large game animals culling mostly cow elk, and small bucks during hunting seasons. The higher portions of the ranch have become a frequent haven for mature bull elk, and mule deer. Topographically the ranch is unique from many ranches in the region. Sand Creek runs directly through parts of this holding, coupled with several surface wells and springs. This ranch has the water, grass, cover, and travel corridors to support the large populations of game mentioned. This ranch also qualifies for Land Owner Preference tags per Montana Hunting Regulations. The Sellers intend to execute an IRC 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange. Agents Comments:The Watson Ranch is truly one of a kind ranch for Eastern Montana. The diverse topography, water enriched , abundant wildlife, all make this ranch a highly sought after property. If you are a rancher, investor, sportsman, or a Non-profit organization looking to make this property into a retreat, then you must consider the Watson Ranch.
$2,350,000  •  350 acres
This 350 acre estate-like property is superbly located for the discriminating buyer who seeks privacy and convenience. The Main House: The main house is a custom crafted log home with all of the amenities one seeks in an artisan home. The 5032 sq/ft home was perfectly placed to capture the beautiful views of the Crazy Mountains and the Absarokee-Beartooths. The home includes an exquisitely designed kitchen with granite countertops; floor to ceiling stone fireplace in the great room; five bedrooms, five full bathrooms with an additional half bath; 867 sq/ft loft with a media room overlooking the stone fireplace and great room; and a three-car detached garage. The owners have also installed a back up generator system in case of a power outage and a private security system. The professionally manicured lawn has several mature trees and an underground sprinkler system. The lower level of the house has a walkout to lower patio area. The lower level includes an additional full kitchen; beautifully furnished western bar; and a media/game room. The lower level provides an independent area for a mother-in-law wing or for guest quarters. The garage/shop/horse barn which is situated by the main house offers the new owner to stall horses, house hay, or work on equipment. The building has floor heat,vet room, tack area, and a wash down bay. The second home which could be used for guests or caretaker is on a stand along 50 acre parcel with creek frontage. The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a attached garage. The old log cabin barn has been restored with horse stalls. There is another shed that could be used for shop or equipment. The Bridger Creek allows for livestock to water and provides fishing opportunities. The CH Ranch has many natural springs for livestock , wildlife and offers turkey, whitetail, mule deer hunting. The Gallatin National Forest just a few short miles down the country road offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities during summer and winter months. From camping, hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling, there is something for everyone. The Ranch is only 5-10 minutes to two fishing/recreational access on the world-renowned Yellowstone River. The CH Ranch is adjacent to a 40 acre BLM parcel but does not have the grazing lease.Location: Just minutes south of I-90, the ranch is mid-way between Montana's gateway cities of Billings and Bozeman-yielding access to airports, commerce, ski resorts and diversity. Stewards of the property, the owners have improved the production on the ranch as well as the wildlife habitat. This gentleman's ranch has everything one could want in Montana living. There is not much on the market that compares to the CH Ranch. Call for your private showing today.
$369,000  •  5.5 acres
This amazing 1860 SQ/FT 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sets on 5.5 acres and has plenty of room for pets and chickens. The property is timbered and offers plenty of privacy. The home features hardwood floors upstairs, wood stove, master bedroom and master bath with walk in closet. The upstairs also includes two other bedrooms and a full bath. The main level is where the kitchen, laundry, dining area. spend time on the covered deck overlooking the back timbered yard. There is a chicken coup, greenhouse, small one room garden shed, and plenty of room for any outdoor activities. This property is located between Big Timber and Columbus, MT. 1 hour to Billings and little over an hour to Bozeman.
Hayden Outdoors

Mike Sedgwick
127 McLeod St.
Big Timber, MT 59001

Mobile: 406-930-2379