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109 Minnesota Street

Hinsdale, MT 59241
  • $299,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 159 Days
  • MLS #: 22200817
UPDATED: 73 min ago
$299,000
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 0.29
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
  • 1,296
    SQFT
  • $231
    $/SQFT
Type:
Commercial
Built:
1928
County:
Area:

School Ratings & Info

School District:

Description

The Pot Luck Cafe of Hinsdale, Montana is serving up a piping hot opportunity to own and operate a turn-key, fully furnished business and home! Live in the home or offer living quarters for a manager. Rent out the home for hunters and anglers. The possibilities are endless! The building holding the business was built in 1928 but fully remodeled in 2019 with all new plumbing and electrical work. Appliances, silverware, dishes, tables, chairs, all accompany the sale. Become the headquarters for a nourishing meal before a hunt or a long day fishing the waters of Nelson Reservoir or Fort Peck. Located on the Hi-Line, Highway 2 is busy with commuters, farmers, ranchers, and people traveling east or west.The home is additionally furnished. Make your home in Hinsdale and cash in on this lucrative chance to grab a business and a home for an outstanding price! Local Area Hinsdale, Montana lies north of Glasgow, Montana on the Milk River. This Hi-Line community was established in 1891 when the Great Northern Railroad traveled westward. The Hi-Line refers to the route along Highway 2. The landscape surrounding the town of Hinsdale consists of rolling prairies and fascinating badlands. Birding opportunities are plentiful because of the accommodating habitats. In addition, there are many hunting, fishing, and recreational opportunities in this area as well. Area Attractions Hinsdale Wildlife Management Area (WMA) The WMA is approximately two miles north of Hinsdale, Montana where the Milk River creates riparian habitats. The Cottonwood and Grun ash trees provide cover and habitat for wild game and birds. With 261.8 acres to roam about, the wildlife management area offers fishing, hunting, and wildlife viewing. Trappers have opportunities for beaver, ducks, geese, mink, moose, mule deer, ring-necked pheasant, white-tailed deer, and wild turkey. Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs Soak in the only hot springs in the northern tier of Montana. Coming from a 3,200 foot deep well, 900 gallons of 108-degree water pumps through per minute to continuously heat a natural and chemical-free pool. The spring water contains beneficial minerals such as silica, sulfate, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and iron all advantageous for healing and health. Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge A grass prairie region of the wide-open plains of north-central Montana. The Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge spans 15,551 acres. It was established in 1936 as a migratory bird refuge. The birds flock to the cover and nesting areas provided by the saline and freshwater wetlands, native prairie, and densely planted shrubs. The Milk River supplies the refuge with most of its water through a system of canals. As you travel the 15-mile self-guided tour, expect to see waterfowl, shorebirds, birds of prey, grassland songbirds, beavers, muskrat, coyote, white-tailed deer, and pronghorn antelope. In the fall hunting season, the refuge allows the harvest of waterfowl and upland game birds with a permit. This sprawling landscape of diverse habitats is located seven miles east of Malta. The Milk River Forty-one different species of fish swim the milky waters of the Milk River. One of prominence is the Channel Catfish. On May 8, 1805, the first "tourists" to this region, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, camped at the confluence of the Milk and Missouri rivers, about 18 miles southeast of present-day Glasgow. After exploring the river, Lewis called it "Milk River" because of its color resembling that of a "cup of tea admixture of a tablespoon full of milk." Nelson Reservoir Designated as one of the ultimate Walleye fishing areas in the state of Montana, Nelson Reservoir covers 4,000 acres of water. Located in northeast Montana 17 miles east of Malta, the reservoir attracts anglers promising to produce record-class fish! Nelson Reservoir is stocked with Walleye, Yellow Perch, and Northern Pike. The reservoir produced a state record for Walleye with a whopping 14-pound one! Ice fishing is also popular when the cold months set in. Spearing, angling, and tip-ups are the most popular methods when ice fishing. The 288-acre area allows for fishing, camping, boating, or swimming. Fort Peck Lake Fort Peck Lake is Montana's largest body of water at 134 miles in length and a maximum depth of 220 feet. The shoreline spans more than 1,520 miles. That's longer than the California coast! More than 50 different kinds of fish call this body of water home. In 1933, a 3.8-mile dam was constructed across the Missouri River creating the reservoir. Anglers flock here for the Walleye, Northern Pike, Paddlefish, Sauger, Lake Trout, Small Mouth Bass, and Chinook Salmon. There are several access points and boat ramps. Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge Known as the CMR Refuge, it surrounds Fort Peck Lake and is managed by the US Fish Wildlife Service. The Refuge provides over one million acres of public land for fishing, hiking, hunting, camping, bird-watching, and other outdoor activities. If you're looking to observe game in its natural habitat, this refuge shall reward. It is the second-largest refuge in the continental US. In September and October locals and tourists from all over gather to watch the bull elk bugle and battle for the cow's attention. Miles of parked cars can be seen while people sit on lawn chairs and watch for hours the wild display the elk present. Herds of deer, red fox, and coyotes can also be observed. Bird watchers can delight in spying mountain bluebirds and black-capped chickadees. Osprey, spotted sandpipers, and white pelicans can be found along the coast of the reservoir.

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109 Minnesota Street Hinsdale, MT 59241

  • Price: $299,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 159 Days
  • Updated: 73 min ago
  • MLS #: 22200817
0
Beds
0
Baths
0
½ Baths
0.29
Acres
1,296
SQFT
$231
$/SQFT
1928
Built
County:
Valley
Area:
Hinsdale
School District:
District No. 7C
Property Description
The Pot Luck Cafe of Hinsdale, Montana is serving up a piping hot opportunity to own and operate a turn-key, fully furnished business and home! Live in the home or offer living quarters for a manager. Rent out the home for hunters and anglers. The possibilities are endless! The building holding the business was built in 1928 but fully remodeled in 2019 with all new plumbing and electrical work. Appliances, silverware, dishes, tables, chairs, all accompany the sale. Become the headquarters for a nourishing meal before a hunt or a long day fishing the waters of Nelson Reservoir or Fort Peck. Located on the Hi-Line, Highway 2 is busy with commuters, farmers, ranchers, and people traveling east or west.The home is additionally furnished. Make your home in Hinsdale and cash in on this lucrative chance to grab a business and a home for an outstanding price! Local Area Hinsdale, Montana lies north of Glasgow, Montana on the Milk River. This Hi-Line community was established in 1891 when the Great Northern Railroad traveled westward. The Hi-Line refers to the route along Highway 2. The landscape surrounding the town of Hinsdale consists of rolling prairies and fascinating badlands. Birding opportunities are plentiful because of the accommodating habitats. In addition, there are many hunting, fishing, and recreational opportunities in this area as well. Area Attractions Hinsdale Wildlife Management Area (WMA) The WMA is approximately two miles north of Hinsdale, Montana where the Milk River creates riparian habitats. The Cottonwood and Grun ash trees provide cover and habitat for wild game and birds. With 261.8 acres to roam about, the wildlife management area offers fishing, hunting, and wildlife viewing. Trappers have opportunities for beaver, ducks, geese, mink, moose, mule deer, ring-necked pheasant, white-tailed deer, and wild turkey. Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs Soak in the only hot springs in the northern tier of Montana. Coming from a 3,200 foot deep well, 900 gallons of 108-degree water pumps through per minute to continuously heat a natural and chemical-free pool. The spring water contains beneficial minerals such as silica, sulfate, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and iron all advantageous for healing and health. Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge A grass prairie region of the wide-open plains of north-central Montana. The Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge spans 15,551 acres. It was established in 1936 as a migratory bird refuge. The birds flock to the cover and nesting areas provided by the saline and freshwater wetlands, native prairie, and densely planted shrubs. The Milk River supplies the refuge with most of its water through a system of canals. As you travel the 15-mile self-guided tour, expect to see waterfowl, shorebirds, birds of prey, grassland songbirds, beavers, muskrat, coyote, white-tailed deer, and pronghorn antelope. In the fall hunting season, the refuge allows the harvest of waterfowl and upland game birds with a permit. This sprawling landscape of diverse habitats is located seven miles east of Malta. The Milk River Forty-one different species of fish swim the milky waters of the Milk River. One of prominence is the Channel Catfish. On May 8, 1805, the first "tourists" to this region, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, camped at the confluence of the Milk and Missouri rivers, about 18 miles southeast of present-day Glasgow. After exploring the river, Lewis called it "Milk River" because of its color resembling that of a "cup of tea admixture of a tablespoon full of milk." Nelson Reservoir Designated as one of the ultimate Walleye fishing areas in the state of Montana, Nelson Reservoir covers 4,000 acres of water. Located in northeast Montana 17 miles east of Malta, the reservoir attracts anglers promising to produce record-class fish! Nelson Reservoir is stocked with Walleye, Yellow Perch, and Northern Pike. The reservoir produced a state record for Walleye with a whopping 14-pound one! Ice fishing is also popular when the cold months set in. Spearing, angling, and tip-ups are the most popular methods when ice fishing. The 288-acre area allows for fishing, camping, boating, or swimming. Fort Peck Lake Fort Peck Lake is Montana's largest body of water at 134 miles in length and a maximum depth of 220 feet. The shoreline spans more than 1,520 miles. That's longer than the California coast! More than 50 different kinds of fish call this body of water home. In 1933, a 3.8-mile dam was constructed across the Missouri River creating the reservoir. Anglers flock here for the Walleye, Northern Pike, Paddlefish, Sauger, Lake Trout, Small Mouth Bass, and Chinook Salmon. There are several access points and boat ramps. Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge Known as the CMR Refuge, it surrounds Fort Peck Lake and is managed by the US Fish Wildlife Service. The Refuge provides over one million acres of public land for fishing, hiking, hunting, camping, bird-watching, and other outdoor activities. If you're looking to observe game in its natural habitat, this refuge shall reward. It is the second-largest refuge in the continental US. In September and October locals and tourists from all over gather to watch the bull elk bugle and battle for the cow's attention. Miles of parked cars can be seen while people sit on lawn chairs and watch for hours the wild display the elk present. Herds of deer, red fox, and coyotes can also be observed. Bird watchers can delight in spying mountain bluebirds and black-capped chickadees. Osprey, spotted sandpipers, and white pelicans can be found along the coast of the reservoir.
Exterior Features

Parking Information Parking Lot Road Frontage City Street Roof Metal Siding Metal Stories One Waterfront None

Interior Features

Foundation Slab HVAC A/C Central AirGas Forced Air

Property Features

Bank Owned Or REO No Building Improvements Outside Storage Commercial Type Commercial Condition Good Covenant No Offering For Sale Bldg./Land Possession Closing Present Use Food/Beverage Short Sale No Tax Year 2021 Taxes 688.00 Terms Of Sale CashConventional Utilities City SewerCity WaterElectricGasInternetTelephone Zoning Cla

Listing Agent: Trampus Corder
Listing Office: Corder & Associates - Trout Creek, Office Contact Info: (406) 622-3224


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