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Jack Creek Retreat

Ennis, MT 59729

Madison County, Montana

5 Acres
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Jack Creek Retreat : Ennis : Madison County : Montana

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Only 12 miles from Ennis or Big Sky but in a completely different world, is this quintessential cabin tucked on 5 private treed acres. Built in 1955, this vintage gem has 2 bedrooms-2 baths & has been completely updated yet still retains its rustic, mid-century charm. Improvements include a large 2+ garage, newer furnace, & insulated at time of remodel, all making this home a comfortable year round retreat. Panoramic mountain views & shared ownership in 35+/- surrounding acres that includes fishable Jack Creek frontage creates a mountain haven like no other. 2 productive wells & no covenants allows for an opportunity to build your own family mountain retreat. Be at Big Sky Skiing within 25 minutes 12 miles to Moonlight Basin Gate via the Jack Creek Road winter road pass from Madison Ski Club required. Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a pristine property in this coveted corner of the Madison Valley.ADDITIONAL Information 12 miles to Ennis and 12 miles to Moonlight Basin's Gate via Jack Creek Road - winter access via Madison Ski Club rules apply 5 very private, treed, deeded acres with multiple building sites32.889 surrounding acres of undividable interest held in common by seller and two other families Brack & Bing with adjoining property. Includes access to.3 mile of Jack Creek frontage for fishing.2 good wells - Best well is 644'/40 gallons per minuteDrain field for Septic has been extended and improved1000 gallon buried and owned propane tankTreed - mostly with healthy Douglas Fir including older Legacy Trees - one with a 54 diameter. Also groves of aspens.Cool and moist in summer and sheltered from the wind. Inversions often keep winter temperatures warmer than town.Storage Shed to help maintain bear proof areaGenerac Guardian 16 kilowatt generator - runs off of propane should you have an outage happens once or twice a year Oversized 2 car detached garage with 2 10' x 10' doors and additional lean to for toy storageLandscaped yardCovered front porch and beautiful back deckRocked wood burning fireplace in Dining Room AreaRocked Jotul Cast Iron wood burning stove in living room approximately six cords of wood used per year in all wood burning fireplaces which is a primary heat used.Jotul propane fireplace in private Master suite at the back of the home Rudd Propane forced air furnace - put in with remodelAppliances that will convey at closing with no warranty include Wolf 4 burner propane range, retrofitted refrigerator, apartment size freezer in laundry area along with freezer in garage, Jotul wood stove & Jotul propane fireplace/stove, reverse osmosis water purifier, Navien on Demand Hot Water Heater, Kenmore stack washer and dryer.200 Amp service into house that has mostly been rewired by Scott Scuichetti, certified electrician including new electric panel.Plumbing has been mostly replaced as kitchen & bathrooms were remodeled including tiled shower- tub combos in full baths, new vanities, and new smooth sided toilets.Fir floors throughout main living area and new vintage vinyl flooring in kitchen and bathrooms in keeping with the time frame of when the home was built.Original windows have been refurbished including interior storm windows and screens - also in keeping with vintage style of the home. Large Guest Suite with walk-in closet. This room could easily be divided or turned into a bunk house to accommodate more guests.Lots of storage including pantry at the rear entry of the home and a dedicated laundry area with stack washer and dryer.Original electric wall heaters in both bathrooms - used daily.4' Crawl SpaceGutters installed at time of remodelUpdated kitchen including new cabinets & counter tops at time of remodelHistory includes the Old Jack Creek Ski Area - one of the runs came down right behind the house. Still on neighbor's private property you can see the original bull wheel, cable, motor and groomer for the Poma Lift. Testament to the potential for great cross country skiing.Sheltered from the wind.GREAT Views.Bears, mountain lions, deer, elk, moose, rocky mountain goats, big horn sheep, and wolves create a wildlife viewing area seldom found in today's world. There have been no altercations with any of the wildlife as the current owners are very careful to maintain property in such a way as to not attract them onto the actual deeded acreage. In Montana you don't just buy a property - you purchase a lifestyle this home and it's surrounding acreage is one of the rare opportunities to truly own a mountain haven in Montana.

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