225 Baxter Road,  Hot Springs MT, 59845

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$877,000
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4 beds, 1 Full/2 Three-Qtr baths, 3,072 sqft
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MLS# 21712584
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Description for 225 Baxter Road Hot Springs, MT 59845
TWO MASSIVE ARTESIAN WELLS & RIVER FRONTAGE! The 3,000+ feet of Little Bitterroot River frontage provides stunning wildlife habitat & establishes a natural western boundary. The east boundary boasts undeveloped federal trust land, a playground for the horse enthusiast! The end-of-the-road, gated entrance maximizes your serenity. Two ponds, underground sprinklers, maturing fruit & landscape trees accentuate the 3,000+ sq ft home of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms & walkout basement, built in 1997. Bring the multi generational family & experience undeniable security with 192+ productive acres, currently maximized as a cattle ranching operation. The 2011 installed pivot & five irrigation wheel lines are serviced by a 500 gpm Artesian well & pump system. Have the security... to produce enough annual feed to sustain your livestock along w/irrigated and non irrigated summer grazing meadows. The enormous, 34'x68', insulated, wood stove heated shop, being built into the side of the hill, offers natural thermodynamic aspects & may amplify your productive creativity. The home's Artesian well produces 300 gpm. Both wells are slightly warm, assisting with a more efficient home boiler heat system & winter livestock watering capabilities. Famed hot spring soaking tubs are just minutes away. Wildlife include elk, mule deer, whitetail deer & a myriad of birds. The gravel pit is a nice luxury for your own road maintenance. Prime hunting is only minutes away. A must see! For more details, please call/text David Passieri at 406-370-6500 or your Real Estate Professional. The current owners run 70 AUM. They utilize the property primarily for grazing. They harvest the first cutting, on approximately 135-140 acres out of the 192 acres with an expectation of 3 tons per acre, totaling 400+ tons. The property has two legal parcels. The Pivot is located on the 80.12 acre parcel which is considered Lake County. Approximately 25 acres of the northeast and east portion of this parcel has some less productive hillside. Much of the less productive hillside is utilized for grazing and is also the location of the non commercial gravel pit. The pivot area serves as a progressive (high intensity, rotational) grazing field throughout the growing season, post first-cutting. This land is planted in alfalfa with some Trefoil and Silk Clover seeding which was broadcast in 2017 along with fertilizer. The second legal parcel is located in Sanders County and comprises the outbuildings, home, irrigation pump, two artesian wells, two ponds, corals and multiple pastures. A total of 112.40 acres. The northeast quandrant of this property is covered by the pivot. Five wheel lines and some handline cover the remainder of the multiple large pastures. This parcel is defined by the Little Bitterroot River along the entire west boundary. This parcel is primarily planted in grass with some Trefoil and Silk Clover. This parcel has considerably more water and some subirrigating from the river, which is not nearly as productive for alfalfa, yet very productive for grass. The first cutting is generally taken around late May to very early June. Irrigation commences around May 15th as the Hot Springs generally has clear skies and early spring productive heat units requiring early irrigation. Two Artesian wells serve the property. The first being rated at 500 gallons per minute with approximately 39 pounds of pressure. An irrigation pump amplifies the pressure. The pivot and 1 wheel line can run simultaneous. Or the 5 wheel lines, 4 mobile squirts/guns and the underground home sprinkler system can run simultaneous. The home, outbuildings, frost free hydrants, corral and livestock waterers are served by the domestic use Artesian well which is rated 300 gallons per minute and approximately 23 pounds of pressure. Both artesian wells are considered warm water, at approximately 75 degrees. The two ponds are engineered with year round flow coming from the artesian well(s) overflow. The water is piped to the first pond, then piped to the second pond. The second pond has a screened overflow which flows into an irrigation ditch, weaving through the corals and ultimately into the Little Bitterroot River. The ponds serve wildlife purposes only. They are not utilized for irrigation or livestock watering purposes. Notes: The property could handle 100 AUM's with full time grazing, no cuttings, with supplemental winter feed. Historically, the land produces 5 ???????? 7.5 tons of production per irrigated acre, if fully farmed. However, new seeding of the pivot (alfalfa) field and the lower subirrigated grass field is recommended for maximum future farm production. The greatest intrinsic value to this property is the abundant water and immense privacy. Above info deemed reliable but not a guarantee of future performance. Information is provided by the current land owners.
Price
$877,000
Sanders
4
1 Full/2 Three-Qtr
3,072 (approx)
21712584
Active
Description
TWO MASSIVE ARTESIAN WELLS & RIVER FRONTAGE! The 3,000+ feet of Little Bitterroot River frontage provides stunning wildlife habitat & establishes a natural western boundary. The east boundary boasts undeveloped federal trust land, a playground for the horse enthusiast! The end-of-the-road, gated entrance maximizes your serenity. Two ponds, underground sprinklers, maturing fruit & landscape trees accentuate the 3,000+ sq ft home of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms & walkout basement, built in 1997. Bring the multi generational family & experience undeniable security with 192+ productive acres, currently maximized as a cattle ranching operation. The 2011 installed pivot & five irrigation wheel lines are serviced by a 500 gpm Artesian well & pump system. Have the security... to produce enough annual feed to sustain your livestock along w/irrigated and non irrigated summer grazing meadows. The enormous, 34'x68', insulated, wood stove heated shop, being built into the side of the hill, offers natural thermodynamic aspects & may amplify your productive creativity. The home's Artesian well produces 300 gpm. Both wells are slightly warm, assisting with a more efficient home boiler heat system & winter livestock watering capabilities. Famed hot spring soaking tubs are just minutes away. Wildlife include elk, mule deer, whitetail deer & a myriad of birds. The gravel pit is a nice luxury for your own road maintenance. Prime hunting is only minutes away. A must see! For more details, please call/text David Passieri at 406-370-6500 or your Real Estate Professional. The current owners run 70 AUM. They utilize the property primarily for grazing. They harvest the first cutting, on approximately 135-140 acres out of the 192 acres with an expectation of 3 tons per acre, totaling 400+ tons. The property has two legal parcels. The Pivot is located on the 80.12 acre parcel which is considered Lake County. Approximately 25 acres of the northeast and east portion of this parcel has some less productive hillside. Much of the less productive hillside is utilized for grazing and is also the location of the non commercial gravel pit. The pivot area serves as a progressive (high intensity, rotational) grazing field throughout the growing season, post first-cutting. This land is planted in alfalfa with some Trefoil and Silk Clover seeding which was broadcast in 2017 along with fertilizer. The second legal parcel is located in Sanders County and comprises the outbuildings, home, irrigation pump, two artesian wells, two ponds, corals and multiple pastures. A total of 112.40 acres. The northeast quandrant of this property is covered by the pivot. Five wheel lines and some handline cover the remainder of the multiple large pastures. This parcel is defined by the Little Bitterroot River along the entire west boundary. This parcel is primarily planted in grass with some Trefoil and Silk Clover. This parcel has considerably more water and some subirrigating from the river, which is not nearly as productive for alfalfa, yet very productive for grass. The first cutting is generally taken around late May to very early June. Irrigation commences around May 15th as the Hot Springs generally has clear skies and early spring productive heat units requiring early irrigation. Two Artesian wells serve the property. The first being rated at 500 gallons per minute with approximately 39 pounds of pressure. An irrigation pump amplifies the pressure. The pivot and 1 wheel line can run simultaneous. Or the 5 wheel lines, 4 mobile squirts/guns and the underground home sprinkler system can run simultaneous. The home, outbuildings, frost free hydrants, corral and livestock waterers are served by the domestic use Artesian well which is rated 300 gallons per minute and approximately 23 pounds of pressure. Both artesian wells are considered warm water, at approximately 75 degrees. The two ponds are engineered with year round flow coming from the artesian well(s) overflow. The water is piped to the first pond, then piped to the second pond. The second pond has a screened overflow which flows into an irrigation ditch, weaving through the corals and ultimately into the Little Bitterroot River. The ponds serve wildlife purposes only. They are not utilized for irrigation or livestock watering purposes. Notes: The property could handle 100 AUM's with full time grazing, no cuttings, with supplemental winter feed. Historically, the land produces 5 ???????? 7.5 tons of production per irrigated acre, if fully farmed. However, new seeding of the pivot (alfalfa) field and the lower subirrigated grass field is recommended for maximum future farm production. The greatest intrinsic value to this property is the abundant water and immense privacy. Above info deemed reliable but not a guarantee of future performance. Information is provided by the current land owners.
Listing Information
Property Type: Single Family, Ranch
4 1 Full/2 Three-Qtr
192.52 Acres 3,072 (approx) 1997
Yes-2 spaces Concrete, Site Built, Wood Frame
Poured
Softener Own, Electric Water Heater, Well
Septic
Insulation, Propane, Electric, Natural Gas, Telephone
Neighborhood
School Information
District: District No. 14-J
Room Information
Bathrooms
1 2
Interior Features
Dishwasher, Range, Refrigerator, Water Treatment System
Heat Pump
Full, Partially Finished, Walkout
Wood Stove
Window Treatment
Exterior / Lot Features
2 Garage Spaces, Detached Garage
Concrete
Metal
Mountain, River, Valley, Trees/Woods
100+
Barbed Wire, Cross Fenced, Electric, Perimeter
Landscaped, County Road, Gravel Road, Spring, Irrigation well
Driving Directions
Head north on Hwy 28 for approximately 4 miles north of Hot Springs to Red Barn. Turn right on Red Barn for approx 3 miles to Baxter. Turn Left on Baxter Rd. Property starts at the gated entrance, approx 1.5 miles.
Financial Considerations
$2,367
2016
Listing Price History

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Hot Springs, Montana 59845 has a population of 547.

The median household income in Hot Springs, Montana 59845 is $22,778. The median household income for the surrounding county is $31,665 compared to the national median of $53,482. The median age of people living in Hot Springs 59845 is 53.2 years.

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