An exceptionally rare find on the East Shore of Flathead Lake ... your own oasis! The private cove for swimming, boating, and floating is the crown jewel on this 1.66 level acres with its own boat ramp, and the home enjoys spectacular lake views from the addition and remodel (down to the studs), at approx. 2470 sf, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and main floor master. All new in 2018: interior, exterior, roof, insulation, plumbing, electrical, granite counters, gas range, distressed pine plank flooring, alder cabinetry and so much more ... in addition to easy access off of Hwy 35, just 5 miles to Polson shops, a new 25x50' steel frame shop, a spring-fed creek and waterfall, and a large lawn area with 50-amp electrical hookups for 3 RVs, garden, and multiple fruit trees. Furnishings and lake equipment negotiable. This is your LAKE dream come true! Call Angie Killian at 406-249-7617, or your real estate professional. ... please continue to the additional remarks (...) Some of the most rare and enjoyable features of this property are the incredibly easy year-round access on a paved road, being just 4 miles from Polson shopping, and the HUGE level landscaped yard around the home and lake where your friends can park RVs and you can all enjoy volleyball, badminton, frisbee, or croquet games, or just soak in the sun while listening to your favorite tunes.
At the lake, there's a fabulous private cove with a gravel beach, a boat lift for your ski boat, a dock, and a sea wall providing lots of room for your friend's boats. Are you dreaming of swimming laps across the cove? Very rare and highly sought is your own private concrete boat ramp for launching boats and jet skis conveniently without leaving home. Pull out your kayaks, paddleboards or canoes and paddle up and down the shore enjoying the best that life has to offer!
Flathead Lake is renowned for crystal clear water, and it is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. While the lake is huge and never crowded, you will enjoy fishing, boating, skiing and swimming on what is surely one of the best lakes in the country! The water in the lake is lowered about 10' each winter to provide storage room for all of the spring melt from the snow in the mountains; the lake will be close to full pool by the end of May each year. The current photos show the lake at nearly full pool. By the time the water is warm enough to jump in, you'll be out there on it with boats and floats!
This private oasis is just 65 miles south of the glory and the majesty of Glacier National Park, known as the Crown of the Continent, and even closer you'll find the Glacier Park International Airport and all of the shopping and medical facilities of Kalispell. Just down the road is the smaller town of Polson that also provides shopping, entertainment and medical services. Further south is the town of Missoula with another International Airport, medical facilities, the Univ of Montana and a multitude of entertainment, dining, and shopping experiences. Two excellent ski resorts are less than two hours drive, and all of the incredible abundance of other outdoor recreation is also nearby.
From the Polson Chamber's website:
"The broad, sweeping Mission Valley, south of Polson, is bordered by the rugged, snow-capped Mission Mountains. At the foot of the mountains is Flathead Lake. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the United States, west of the Mississippi River. Studies at the Flathead Biological Station show that water quality in Flathead Lake is among the best in the world. The Flathead River flows through Polson and features the Seli’š Ksanka Qlispe’, formerly Kerr Dam. The dam is located at the outlet of Flathead Lake in Polson.
Just south of Polson, visitors can see large herds of bison, elk, deer, antelope and barn sheep at the National Bison Range at Moiese. Bird watchers will enjoy the Ninepipes and Pablo Wildlife Refuges. Visit one of our museums, The Miracle of America, the Polson-Flathead Historical Museum, or the Peoples Center in Pablo. All offer many displays and historic memorabilia. Polson also has several city parks situated along the lake and the beautiful Polson Golf Course."
This property offers a rare and exciting chance to live in and enjoy the banana belt of Montana. This area is known for its mild winters that are especially conducive to growing cherries and other fruit. The property itself has apples, plums, cherry, apricot, nectarine and peach trees.
Is it time for you to follow your dreams of paradise?
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