The Farm at McCauley Butte rises above current market offerings in almost every way imaginable. Combining architectural significance with a unique ex-urban location, the property artfully blends luxury appointments, natural amenities and outstanding recreation. Sited just outside the city limits of Missoula, the property proudly occupies a choice location on the banks of the Bitterroot River and has approximately 1.85± miles of linear river frontage. With a protected viewshed in front and the ramparts of McCauley Butte guarding the rear, it beggars the imagination to duplicate this package of amenities within delivery radius of Missoula’s urban core with its many fine restaurants, yet in a location that is completely secluded and private. Properties of this stature are rarely assembled and stand to hold great value for generations to come.Save Property Download Brochure
Just the Facts
- Architecturally significant home on the banks of the Bitterroot River
- First-class fishing property
- Fifteen minutes from downtown Missoula and excellent privacy
- Fifteen minutes to commercial air service
- 270± deeded acres
- Private access to McCauley Butte
- Outstanding riparian and wildlife habitat
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