The pristine smell of pine, abundant wildlife roaming free, and spectacular lake and mountain views is what you will experience living on a beautiful mildly wooded 3.11 acre lot in the exclusive and much sought after Double Arrow Ranch Subdivision. Nestled in the heart of the Seeley Swan Valley and adjacent to the rugged Bob Marshall Wilderness this area is known for its unparalleled hunting in western Montana. Flanked by the spectacular Mission Mountain and Swan Mountain ranges, this piece of paradise has several fairly level areas which allow for ideal building sites for your dream home with knolls and rises that add interest as well as privacy from neighboring lots. Only minutes away you can gaze on the sun’s glistening reflection coming off the crystal clear Seeley Lake waters, offering the outdoor enthusiast excellent fishing and other recreational opportunities. The subdivision is located only an hour away from Missoula, MT which is the home of the University of Montana Grizzlies as well as Glacier International Airport. If you truly want to experience the absolute best that the Big Sky has to offer, your search is over. This is the property for you! Local Area Seeley Lake, MT, is a friendly town situated on one of Montana’s most scenic drives, Hwy 83. The town has all of the necessitates including groceries, hardware stores, ice cream shops, schools, a library, lodges, motels, restaurants, and quaint artisan shops. During spring, summer and autumn, enjoy birding, wildlife viewing, fishing, camping, canoeing, boating, hiking and golfing. Mountain bikers can explore hundreds of miles of roads and trails, which become a world-class cross-country ski trail system in winter. Snowmobilers can explore over 350 miles of groomed trails. Seeley Lake is stocked several times each year with Rainbow Trout, some weighing up to 15 pounds. The lake is also very popular among bass fishermen and boasts one of the finest bass fisheries in western Montana. Other fish species include Kokanee Salmon, Bull Trout, Whitefish, Perch and Bluegills.