This 10-acre property lies in the heart of cattle country in the SW corner of Alberta. It is an old reclaimed ranchers homestead, making it easy for you to build your dream home; or park one or several RVs for year-round access to the local world-class recreation. Much more than vacant land, this property boasts a working well and a dugout for irrigation, brand new electrical service, and natural gas. With new perimeter/pasture fencing installed in 2019, it solicits you to bring your horses and let it be your base camp to new adventures! The North and East views feature an expanse of ranch land with wild fescue, native flowers, and an abundance of wildlife. To the West, a line of 70-year-old cottonwood trees in the yard, framing the rolling hills of more ranch land and the tops of the Rocky Mountains showcasing the slopes of Wildland/Castle Provincial Park. The South may be the most breathtaking of all, with the view of the front mountain range leading to Waterton Lakes National Park! In behind that, you can see the Lewis range featuring the historic Chief Mountain located in Montana. Tonnes of outdoor recreation just minutes away, including Waterton National Park, Wildland/Castle Provincial Park, world-class fishing and hiking, and the USA border is only a 25-30 minute drive allowing access to the historic Road To The Sun Highway in Glacier National Park. Contact your RealtorÂ® today to make this spectacular retreat yours! The first sixteen photos are of the actual property. The rest are of the surrounding beauty. Any applicable GST included in the purchase price. (id:21083) Back
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