Pryor Creek Place: Sitting back off the Pryor Road is a 5 bedrooms, 3 bath home on over 268 acres within 12 miles of Billings, Montana. Nearly a half mile of Pryor Creek meanders through, providing abundant wildlife including waterfowl and pheasants. Ample water rights for livestock and recreation.
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3,348 sq. ft. – Buyer to verify!
- Built in 1976
- Double attached garage
- MLS #289017
LOCATION: Only twelve short miles from Billings, Montana. The property lies east of Pryor Road and one mile south of Highway 87 south/east of Billings, MT.
(The Pryor Creek Place) is a deeded property within the borders of the Crow Indian Reservation.
AREA FEATURES: The area is known for fantastic pheasant hunting, upland game birds, and water fowl. Located only minutes from Montana’s largest city, but close to the great outdoors. Take Highway 87 east to the Big Horn River for year round fishing.
ELEVATION: 3,300—3,600 feet.
CLIMATE: 14” annual rainfall—thirty year average.
WATER: – House—cistern.
– Pryor Creek—Stock water Right
– Springs and annual runoff
IMPROVEMENTS: Ranch House—Built in 1976, updated kitchen & bathrooms, 3,348 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, double attached garage, and a new metal roof in 2015.
Main Level: 1,668 sq. ft., living room, dining room, kitchen with all appliances, office/library, master bedroom with separate bath, second bedroom, full bath, and access to deck.
Basement: 1,680 sq. ft., family room with wood fireplace, full bar—sink and refrigerator, pool table, and access to patio. Pool table & washer/dryer convey! Three bedrooms & full bath.
– Lean-to carport / storage
– Kennel—former bunkhouse
– Small cabin near creek
ACREAGE: Total Deeded Acres—268.6
– Fenced & cross fenced
– Nearly half mile of Pryor Creek flows through the property.
– Cottonwood trees, chokecherry, juniper, and cedar trees.
WILDLIFE: Mule deer, antelope, pheasants, upland game birds, ducks, & geese.
TAXES: $1,650.64 for 2017.
TERMS: Cash to seller.
BROKER COMMENTS: Hard to find ranchette with recreation within minutes of Billings. The red rocks on the house and patio were quarried from the Pryor Mountains. The Pryor Creek Place has a balance of upland pasture along with creek bottoms and sub-irrigated meadows.