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913+/- acres in the Flint Creek Valley with Lower Willow Creek coursing through it! Located outside of Hall, this large, contiguous tract of native range land is frequented by moose, elk, deer, and the creek is home to native westslope cutthroat trout. The broad benches have unspoiled views of the John Long mountains, and drain gently down to the lush valley floor which is dominated by willows and the meandering creek. Utilized primarily as a grazing resource, the property is perimeter fenced and has been well managed to protect this unique resource. There is a conservation corridor along the creek bottom and the property adjoins the Lower Willow Creek Resevoir.If you are looking for a place to get-a-way, a place to create your own homestead... Take a look at these 913 acres on Lower



FEATURES

  • County: GRANITE
  • HOA Fees: None
  • Home View: Willow Creek valley
  • Lot Acres: 913
  • Tax Amount: $539.00
  • Tax Year: 2018
  • Water Type: Lower Willow Creek
  • Waterfront: Non-Navigable

This listing is courtesy of Pintlar Territories R.E., Inc.