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Ghosttowns.com
05-13-2000, 08:44 PM
Originally posted by Debbie Hansen

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400 secluded acres in NE Montana farming community. No building permits required, no covenents. Great for homesite, hunting property, investment property or for commercial spring water bottling plant. Property includes an 80 gallon per minute spring fed 10 acre Trout pond and is surrounded by 2500+ acres of state owned lands which extend the hunting possibilities. Property has excellent access for all vehicle types from state Hwy 24 and also includes spring water rights, irrigation rights, and a yearly income of $8000.00 from CRP. See the web site at http://www.dvhi.net/carlson for more info.

Ghosttowns.com
06-12-2000, 01:21 PM
Originally posted by Karen Sheedy

In Reply to: 400 Acres for sale in Montana posted by Debbie Hansen on May 13, 19100 at 21:44:33:



: 400 secluded acres in NE Montana farming community. No building permits required, no covenents. Great for homesite, hunting property, investment property or for commercial spring water bottling plant. Property includes an 80 gallon per minute spring fed 10 acre Trout pond and is surrounded by 2500+ acres of state owned lands which extend the hunting possibilities. Property has excellent access for all vehicle types from state Hwy 24 and also includes spring water rights, irrigation rights, and a yearly income of $8000.00 from CRP. See the web site at http://www.dvhi.net/carlson for more info.

Hello --

I am interested in this listing; would you please
email me and let me know where it is located and
if it is still for sale? Thank you!!

sheed001@tc.umn.edu

Ghosttowns.com
05-10-2001, 04:41 AM
Originally posted by Eric Foley

In Reply to: Re: 400 Acres for sale in Montana posted by Karen Sheedy on June 12, 19100 at 14:21:24:



: : 400 secluded acres in NE Montana farming community. No building permits required, no covenents. Great for homesite, hunting property, investment property or for commercial spring water bottling plant. Property includes an 80 gallon per minute spring fed 10 acre Trout pond and is surrounded by 2500+ acres of state owned lands which extend the hunting possibilities. Property has excellent access for all vehicle types from state Hwy 24 and also includes spring water rights, irrigation rights, and a yearly income of $8000.00 from CRP. See the web site at http://www.dvhi.net/carlson for more info.

: Hello --

: I am interested in this listing; would you please
: email me and let me know where it is located and
: if it is still for sale? Thank you!!

: sheed001@tc.umn.edu

Ghosttowns.com
05-23-2001, 05:43 AM
Originally posted by james

In Reply to: 400 Acres for sale in Montana posted by Debbie Hansen on May 13, 19100 at 21:44:33:



: 400 secluded acres in NE Montana farming community. No building permits required, no covenents. Great for homesite, hunting property, investment property or for commercial spring water bottling plant. Property includes an 80 gallon per minute spring fed 10 acre Trout pond and is surrounded by 2500+ acres of state owned lands which extend the hunting possibilities. Property has excellent access for all vehicle types from state Hwy 24 and also includes spring water rights, irrigation rights, and a yearly income of $8000.00 from CRP. See the web site at http://www.dvhi.net/carlson for more info.

Ghosttowns.com
01-22-2002, 12:46 AM
Originally posted by Trout
In Reply to: Re: 400 Acres for sale in Montana posted by Karen Sheedy on June 12, 19100 at 14:21:24:


Now that is one remote area! Looks like a pretty good pond though. That has great value.

T




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Ghosttowns.com
11-07-2002, 08:28 PM
Originally posted by Anthony Franze
In Reply to: Re: 400 Acres for sale in Montana posted by Karen Sheedy on June 12, 19100 at 14:21:24:


I am a college student at Green Mountain College in Vermont. I will graduate next year (2003) from the Resort Management program. I have been an avid hunter my whole life. Two of my other good hunting buds and I really would like to open a hunting camp out in Montana. We could have a hunter safety course and teach the ethics and respect that go along with hunting. This looks to be a great investment with many oppurtunities and Possibilities.

Thanks for taking the time to read this

mykl777
10-24-2007, 12:34 AM
I represent a Non-For Profit org in southern AZ. With the bottling rights from that land, we could bottle clean water to send over seas with our care packages. As well as many other possible uses for the land. Please email me with the info if this property is still available. Thank you.