Jerry Creek meanders the length of this 28 acre dream parcel as it flows toward it’s confluence with the last best river, the Big Hole. Situated 1.5 miles up Jerry Creek road from Hwy 43 and the Big Hole river, this acreage is flanked on the east edge by Snoopy Point, as it is locally known, and the beautiful jagged orange grey rock outcrops. Southern exposure brings warm light into this canyon and its Cottonwood, Fir and Aspen groves. It has been over 40 years since this undeveloped parcel was last available and it eagerly awaits your vision for the best use, home or maybe a fishing lodge. This area is well known for healthy numbers of elk and deer and the access opportunities to hunt. Trout fishing is legendary. Year around access is easy from Jerry Cr road. BLM land borders on 2 sides and connects to Forest Service land from there. Close access to electricity and telephone make this a year round place to live or an excellent getaway that maintains connectivity.
Listing Agent: Stephen Davenport II
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