Seven Springs Ranch encompasses 46 acres of a splendid combination of meadows, forest, springs, streams, and a large pond. From here you can easily walk to national forest land and hike as far as you want to go. There is a variety of wildlife that frequents Seven Springs including deer, black bear, moose, mountain lions, and all sorts of birds of prey.
This is a ranch in name only. There are no other rental units located on the property. The guest house was completed just a year ago and is virtually new including appliances. It is located on a knoll with forest on two sides and meadows on the other sides. This configuration provides an excellent combination of a forest canopy and open views.
Our location provides a remote setting with easy access to many lakes including Flathead Lake, Glacier National Park, The Bob Marshall Wilderness, and eclectic tourist centers of Big Fork and Whitefish. Visit our pBase site for more pictures.
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We bought Seven Springs Ranch in 1991 as a place we would one day retire to. We needed to rent the main house out while we continued to work, but we quickly came to realize we needed a place to stay when we came up on vacations. So we built the Guest House. It took longer than we thought and by the time it was completed in 2002, we were ready to move up here. It was never occuppied except as a vacation rental. Our guests are almost always impressed by the quality of construction.
The proximity to Glacier National Park, excellant fishing, boating on a variety of lakes, and hiking. The remoteness of the location and uncrowded ability to get out and enjoy nature.
Wildlife viewing and quiet sounds of nature are major attractions. There is also a large pond and a fire pit for camp fires.
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