Tom Miner Basin House For Sale, 59027

                 Paradise Valley, Montana

Tom Miner Creek

59027 Real Estate For Sale

Home for sale near Yellowstone Park

Tom Miner Basin House For Sale

Tom Miner Basin

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Paradise Valley, MT House For Sale

Located in the coveted Tom Miner Basin area of Paradise Valley Montana. This incredible home offers 360 degree views of the surrounding mountain ranges. This 20 acre property will suit those who love to fish, hunt, hike, horseback ride or enjoy quality time with the family. This prime location allows you to visit the North entrance of Yellowstone Park (17 miles away), fish the Tom Miner Creek (on the property) or the Yellowstone River (minutes away), and shop or dine in Livingston (30 minute drive). This spacious home with a wrap around deck has 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths, a great room, 2 beautiful stone fireplaces, exercise room and a recreation room with a bar.A ramada connects to the wrap around deck and has a river rock fireplace along with a built in stainless grill. There is also a spa located near the ramada. The barn is 40 x 100 and has plenty of room for all of your recreational gear. The attached guest quarters has it's own kitchen, living room, bathroom and 2 bedrooms. Situated from the main house is a charming tack house with a covered structure for hay storage and a paddock for horses. The west boundary of the property borders National Forest Land and two creeks converge and run through the property. This property is located on a major elk migration route out of Yellowstone National Park. Large herds of elk can be seen here often in the winter and every spring elk and deer, calf on the property. If you are looking for a property with great elk habitat, a blue ribbon trout stream and some of the BEST views in Montana, this very well could be one of the best properties being offered.   Price: $1,375,000

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                                                                                          WSJ Article about the area

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