This Charming home was built in 1909 and remodeled in 2009 and again in 2021. The current owners are using this remarkable home as a VRBO in the spring and summer due to the close location of Fort Peck and as a outfitting camp in the fall. Updated wiring, plumbing, radiant hot water heating/registers, drywall, new high end laminate flooring in bedroom, kitchen, enclosed porch, and laundry room. Original wood floors, stairs and trim make this home a fantastic, updated remnant of days gone by. 5 bed, 2.5 baths. 2988+/- sq ft with 510 sq ft utility basement, PLUS detached 520+/- sq ft Heated/Insulated Garage w full storage loft. Formal dining room, living area, banister, library, laundry/mudroom, enclosed porch/entryway. Fenced corner lot in a very quiet neighborhood. Large yard with dog kennel on concrete slab for easy cleaning. 2 blocks from grocery store, restaurants and 5 churches. Very, very well-built. Small town living. Fort Peck Reservoir is only 15 miles away. More than 50 different kinds of fish swim in Fort Peck Reservoir, Montana’s largest body of water. The lake is about 134 miles in length and has a maximum depth of 220 feet when full. There are over 1,520 miles of shoreline, longer than the California coast. The reservoir was created from 1933 through 1937 by constructing a 3.8 mile-long dam across the Missouri River. Some of the hotly pursued species include walleye (a priority among the serious anglers!), northern pike, paddlefish, sauger, lake trout, small mouth bass and chinook salmon.
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