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40.00 acres | Agricultural Zoning

This would make a great recreational retreat for the experienced outdoorsman. Or if living “off the grid” is what you are looking for, agricultural use and the building of a single family home are both permitted on this parcel per the county zoning code. There is a dirt road to the property, however this does not constitute legal access. An easement granting legal access would need to be obtained from a neighboring property owner. This is a truly remote property, with the closest town being 27 miles away.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 8877
Size 40.00 acres
Dimensions 1320 X 1320
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code AR (Agricultural Rural)
Zoning Definition

AR (Agricultural Rural): Single-family dwelling and accessory structures are allowed. Agricultural and recreational activities are allowed.

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Location

County Custer
State Montana
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 14184333104010000
Estimated Annual Taxes $168.16
Legal Description

The SE1/4, NE1/4 of Section 33, Township 9 North, Range 49 East Of M.P.M containing 40 acres more or less according to government survey thereof, subject to all easements & reservations of record and further reserving a 30 foot easement for road and utility purposes on all extreme boundaries of this property in the County of Custer, State of Montana.

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