Pondera County Land for Sale

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4 Properties:

$99,500
3393 Valier Dupuyer Road Valier MT 59486
6.28 acres
Single Family Residence, Ranch - Valier, MTMore Detail +
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Marcia McCuin , Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc
Older home on 6.28 acres with 2 barns and other outbuildings. Home is in need of TLC. Listing Broker is related to owner.
$90,000
Willow Rounds Rd, Valier Other MT 59486
90 acres
Farm/Ranch Agric. - Other, MTMore Detail +
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TRAMPUS CORDER , CORDER AND ASSOCIATES
The property borders 320 acres of state land for additional recreational use and located a mere 1 mile from the Marias River. Excellent bird hunting including Sharp-tailed Grouse, Pheasant, Hungarian ...
$90,000
TBD Willow Rounds Rd Valier MT 59486
80 acres
Frolicking PheasantMore Detail +
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Trampus and Staci Corder
The property borders 320 acres of state land for additional recreational use and located a mere 1 mile from the Marias River. Excellent bird hunting including Sharp-tailed Grouse, Pheasant, Hungarian ...
$90,000
TBD Willow Rounds Rd Valier MT 59486
80 acres
Frolicking PheasantMore Detail +
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Trampus and Staci Corder
The property borders 320 acres of state land for?additional recreational use and located a mere 1 mile?from the Marias River. Excellent bird hunting including Sharp-tailed Grouse,?Pheasant, Hungarian...

Pondera County, MT Land Info

Pondera County is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Montana. Of Montana's 56 counties, Pondera County ranks 31st in terms of its population (6,184, according to 2015 Census estimates). At 1,640 square miles, Pondera County is Montana's 45th biggest county (comprising less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Pondera County at $1,001, with an average list price of $2.2 million for land and farms for sale in Pondera County. The main agricultural staple here is livestock farming. Farming activities in Pondera County generate annual revenues of $113.8 million, 74 percent of which is from livestock products and 26 percent from crop harvests.

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