Anderson Lane Manor
Dillon, MT | 2.6± Acres | $479,000
Right in the Heart of the Beaverhead Valley
Anderson Lane Manor consists of 2.6+/- acres located
approximately 6.5 miles north of Dillon, MT on Anderson Lane.
Dillon, MT is a small western town steeped in agriculture and recreation. With a population of approximately 4,000 people, Dillon provides most amenities one would need including two large grocery stores, private airport, golf course, elementary through high school, a university and a new state of the art hospital. Butte and Bozeman, MT are both under a two hour drive from the property and offer commercial air service.
Anderson Lane Manor boasts a beautiful 3 bedroom, two full bathroom home on a partial finished basement. The home which was built in 1993 and had a complete remodel in 2015, contains 2,064 square feet on the main floor with 768 square feet in the basement.
Anderson Lane Manor is situated in the heart of the Beaverhead Valley and is a short drive to two of Montana’s famous trout streams, the Beaverhead and Big Hole Rivers. The surrounding mountain ranges provide endless hiking and camping opportunities. Beaverhead County is also rich in Ranching and Mining history.
Conveniently located a short drive to Dillon, MT, this private property is short on neighbors but long on views of Beaverhead Valley’s surrounding mountain ranges including a particularly spectacular view of Torrey and Tweety Mountains, the Pioneer Range’s signature peaks.
Wildlife is plentiful with Whitetail Deer and Antelope frequenting the property with the occasional upland bird and waterfowl. The surrounding
mountain ranges provide top notch big game hunting opportunities.
Property features a large 2 car detached garage which has plenty of room for vehicles and storage.
Anderson Lane Manor consists of 50+/- acres, mostly under pivot irrigation located approximately 6.5 miles north of Dillon, MT on Anderson Lane. This small irrigated property is very productive and is perfect for a horse property or anyone looking to put up or sell a small crop of hay.