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Listing ID: 22109310
Price: $142,000
Status: Active
Address: 226 2nd Street N W
City: Rudyard
State: Montana
Postal Code: 59540
Bedrooms: 3
Total Baths: 1
Full - 3/4 Baths: 1
SqFt: 2,504
Acres: 0.210
County: Hill
Rudyard
MT
59540
Cozy up in this 2,504 square foot home in Rudyard, Montana! This well-cared-for home has a welcoming front porch and a large front window allowing natural light to flood in. A three-car garage provides ample storage and parking for a camper, boat, and vehicle. The central air will keep you cool on the hot summer days. Fresno Reservoir is a short drive for some water fun in the sun and fishing! The green grass is shaded by mature trees and the perennials pop with splashes of color. Barbecue on the spacious back deck and roast s'mores around the fire pit. The plumbing was updated in 2018 with the installation of a new hot water heater in 2019. Come home to this charming Hi-Line home! Local Area The small town of Rudyard, Montana has a big personality. It sits along the Hi-Line between Chester and 40 miles west of Havre. The area mostly consists of ranchers and farmers with wheat farming being the chief crop. Rudyard has a neat distinction of being the only community in the US that sits directly across the world from a point of land rather than the ocean! Visit the town's remarkable museums: The Depot Museum and the Hi-Line Vintage Motors Museum. The Depot Museum houses dinosaur exhibits and is part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail. A gryposaurus fossil found 20 miles north of Rudyard by the famed Jack Horner and a Rudyard school teacher is on display. Havre has it! Havre, Montana is the county seat of Hill County and is the 8th largest city in Montana. As the center of Montana's "Hi-line," Havre is the retail and business hub of the area with a nice downtown area complete with restored buildings. Although it is mostly a rural agricultural community, the city offers many cultural draws such as concerts, live theatre, museums, shops, galleries, numerous sporting activities, and more. Havre is home to the only college in the Hi-line area, the University of Montana Northern. There is also a wide array of recreational activities ranging from skiing at the Bear Paws Ski area, hunting the Bear Paw Mountains for elk and deer, or fishing for trout in Beaver Creek, Bear Paw Reservoir, or the Milk River. If you are up for a short ride, Fresno Reservoir is 15 miles northeast of town and is excellent for catching Northern Pike. Fresno Reservoir Recreate on the beautiful Fresno Reservoir. It has many campgrounds and access points where you can boat, camp, fish, picnic, water ski, hunt, or wildlife view. Fresno is one of Montana's best warm water fishing locations where you can reel in walleye, northern pike, perch, and trout. The water also attracts wildlife that provides hunting opportunities for waterfowl, antelope, white-tailed and mule deer, upland game birds, and occasionally moose and elk. Hi-line Hunting and Fishing Hill County claims a portion of the Golden Triangle, an area known for its robust grain production. The rolling fields provide cover and habitat for upland game birds, pheasant, Hungarian Partridge, and waterfowl. Montanans flock to the Hi-Line in the fall for its quality bird hunting opportunities. In addition to the bird hunting, big game hunting in this area attracts locals and tourists from afar looking to take down a trophy white-tailed or mule deer or elk. The property is situated in Hunting District 600, although the Bears Paw Mountains are not far for great diversity in terrain and wildlife. The Bears Paw offers world-class elk hunting but you will have to put in for a tag as it is only special draw for this area. The Bears Paw were formed by volcanic activity 50 million years ago. Fishing on the Hi-Line attracts anglers looking to enjoy a wide variety of bodies of water and species. The Milk River flows through the open prairies and is a wonderful place to achieve serene solitude. It is by and large a warm water fishing river where Smallmouth Bass are abundant. Catfish, Sturgeon, Whitefish, and Pike are also common in these waters. The Milk River makes for a perfect floating river for kayaks and canoes. Check out these other local areas that are well known for reeling in various fish species: Reser Reservoir, Bailey Reservoir, Ross Reservoir, Fresno Reservoir, and Beaver Creek Park. Reser Reservoir is best known for catching Big Bass. Large trout can be found roaming the waters as well. Looking for a place where kiddos can count on being entertained by a frequent tug on their lines? Bailey Reservoir is a great spot because something is always biting here. For a Cutthroat Trout haven, check out Ross Reservoir; it is a fly fisherman's paradise. If it's Walleye that you want, stop at Fresno Reservoir. It is one of Montana's number one warm-water fisheries. The Milk River feeds into this reservoir. Lastly, Beaver Creek Park is known as the mountains in the prairie. The lake is a no-wake lake and provides excellent fishing.

Basic Features

Acres: 0.210
Address: 226 2nd Street N W
Bedrooms: 3
City: Rudyard
County: Hill
Full - 3/4 Baths: 1
Garage Type: Detached
Listing Price: $142,000
Remarks: Cozy up in this 2,504 square foot home in Rudyard, Montana! This well-cared-for home has a welcoming front porch and a large front window allowing natural light to flood in. A three-car garage provides ample storage and parking for a camper, boat, and vehicle. The central air will keep you cool on the hot summer days. Fresno Reservoir is a short drive for some water fun in the sun and fishing! The green grass is shaded by mature trees and the perennials pop with splashes of color. Barbecue on the spacious back deck and roast s'mores around the fire pit. The plumbing was updated in 2018 with the installation of a new hot water heater in 2019. Come home to this charming Hi-Line home! Local Area The small town of Rudyard, Montana has a big personality. It sits along the Hi-Line between Chester and 40 miles west of Havre. The area mostly consists of ranchers and farmers with wheat farming being the chief crop. Rudyard has a neat distinction of being the only community in the US that sits directly across the world from a point of land rather than the ocean! Visit the town's remarkable museums: The Depot Museum and the Hi-Line Vintage Motors Museum. The Depot Museum houses dinosaur exhibits and is part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail. A gryposaurus fossil found 20 miles north of Rudyard by the famed Jack Horner and a Rudyard school teacher is on display. Havre has it! Havre, Montana is the county seat of Hill County and is the 8th largest city in Montana. As the center of Montana's "Hi-line," Havre is the retail and business hub of the area with a nice downtown area complete with restored buildings. Although it is mostly a rural agricultural community, the city offers many cultural draws such as concerts, live theatre, museums, shops, galleries, numerous sporting activities, and more. Havre is home to the only college in the Hi-line area, the University of Montana Northern. There is also a wide array of recreational activities ranging from skiing at the Bear Paws Ski area, hunting the Bear Paw Mountains for elk and deer, or fishing for trout in Beaver Creek, Bear Paw Reservoir, or the Milk River. If you are up for a short ride, Fresno Reservoir is 15 miles northeast of town and is excellent for catching Northern Pike. Fresno Reservoir Recreate on the beautiful Fresno Reservoir. It has many campgrounds and access points where you can boat, camp, fish, picnic, water ski, hunt, or wildlife view. Fresno is one of Montana's best warm water fishing locations where you can reel in walleye, northern pike, perch, and trout. The water also attracts wildlife that provides hunting opportunities for waterfowl, antelope, white-tailed and mule deer, upland game birds, and occasionally moose and elk. Hi-line Hunting and Fishing Hill County claims a portion of the Golden Triangle, an area known for its robust grain production. The rolling fields provide cover and habitat for upland game birds, pheasant, Hungarian Partridge, and waterfowl. Montanans flock to the Hi-Line in the fall for its quality bird hunting opportunities. In addition to the bird hunting, big game hunting in this area attracts locals and tourists from afar looking to take down a trophy white-tailed or mule deer or elk. The property is situated in Hunting District 600, although the Bears Paw Mountains are not far for great diversity in terrain and wildlife. The Bears Paw offers world-class elk hunting but you will have to put in for a tag as it is only special draw for this area. The Bears Paw were formed by volcanic activity 50 million years ago. Fishing on the Hi-Line attracts anglers looking to enjoy a wide variety of bodies of water and species. The Milk River flows through the open prairies and is a wonderful place to achieve serene solitude. It is by and large a warm water fishing river where Smallmouth Bass are abundant. Catfish, Sturgeon, Whitefish, and Pike are also common in these waters. The Milk River makes for a perfect floating river for kayaks and canoes. Check out these other local areas that are well known for reeling in various fish species: Reser Reservoir, Bailey Reservoir, Ross Reservoir, Fresno Reservoir, and Beaver Creek Park. Reser Reservoir is best known for catching Big Bass. Large trout can be found roaming the waters as well. Looking for a place where kiddos can count on being entertained by a frequent tug on their lines? Bailey Reservoir is a great spot because something is always biting here. For a Cutthroat Trout haven, check out Ross Reservoir; it is a fly fisherman's paradise. If it's Walleye that you want, stop at Fresno Reservoir. It is one of Montana's number one warm-water fisheries. The Milk River feeds into this reservoir. Lastly, Beaver Creek Park is known as the mountains in the prairie. The lake is a no-wake lake and provides excellent fishing.
Rent/Lease: neither
Rent/Lease Price: $142,000
REO/Bank Owned: no
SqFt Main Level: 1252
SqFt: 2,504
State: Montana
Status: Active
Style: 1 Story
Taxes: 815
Total Baths: 1
Total Rooms: 3
Views: Residential
Waterfront: None
Year Built: 1956
Postal Code: 59540

Additional Features

App./Equip. Included: Auto Gar. Door Opener, Microwave, Range, Refrigerator
Basement: Partially Finished
Construction: Wood/Frame
Country: United States
Covenant: No
Exterior Features: Deck
Fencing: None
Finished SqFt Estimate: 2000 - 2500
Foundation: Poured Concrete
HOA: None
Interior Features: Carbon Monoxide Detector, Master Bedroom Main Floor, Smoke Detector
Lot Size Estimate: Lot to .50
Possession: Closing
Property Group ID: 19990816212109142258000000
Property Sub Type: Single Family Residence
Property Type: A
Road Surface: Gravel
Roof: Metal
Short Sale: no
Siding: Vinyl
SqFt Basement: 939
SqFt Lower Level: 1252
SqFt Source: Public Records
Tax Year: 2020
Terms Of Sale: Cash, Conventional
Utilities: City Sewer, City Water, Electric, Gas, Internet, Telephone

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Listing courtesy of Nanna Flesch (nanna@corderland.com) of Corder & Associates - Fort Benton

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