One of the last homesteads granted by FDR is on the market in Montana.
This living piece of history was granted by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1938—making it one of the last homesteads granted in the state of Montana. Bordered on four sides by the US Forest Service, one major attraction for this 760-acre property is that it bears no risk of surrounding development. Instead, a gorgeous, 4,686-square-foot cabin offers views in every direction of mature timber, lush wetland, flower-filled meadows and a 14-acre private lake.
In addition to the custom-built home, the property boasts a lakeside sauna as well as a garage and carport ready to house boats, ATVs, campers, and other outdoor equipment. Modernized for family enjoyment yet designed with an architectural nod to its rugged origins, the Last Homestead offers craftsmanship, convenience, and endless adventures for modern-day explorers.
Located near Condon, Montana, near Missoula, the Last Homestead sits about one mile off Highway 183. According to the listing, “the Swan Valley is not nearly as well-known as other parts of Montana, but those lucky or wise enough to find it keep coming back.”
The Last Homestead
760 acres | 4,686 square-feet
Listed by Jack McInerney, Craig Janssen, and Logan Young, Live Water Properties
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