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60 Acres With a Liveable Shop and a Year Round Stream in White Sulphur Springs

 
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This is my friend's place. She and her husband bought it last year with a dream of summering in MT and wintering on the road, but after a tumultuous first summer there, they've decided that this isn't quite the adventure they're looking for at this life stage.

I've seen pictures and even a video tour of the interior of the shop, and it's a nice space that a person could finish out and live in indefinitely, or just use as a staging area to build a more "permie" home. I'm especially intrigued by the warm spring creek that flows through the winter, and ways an industrious person might be able to put that energy to use.

The Craigslist ad is here: http://helena.craigslist.org/reo/5558434199.html and includes most of the details, but I'm also happy to relay messages if that's more convenient for some reason.
 
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Amazing, what a neat place. This is just an hour or so from me! Not a bad price either!
 
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