The Cinnabar Basin is as historic as it is beautiful. It is rich with wildlife and offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, and it seems to have been this way for thousands of years.
A 200-acre expanse of this natural wonder near the Yellowstone River and just north of Yellowstone National Park is now available. An additional parcel of 122-acres is available if purchased with the listed property. This represents an unusual opportunity — it is extremely rare for a Cinnabar Basin property of this size to be put up for sale. In fact, this particular treasured land in Montana has been held in the same family for more than 100 years.
The possibilities here are not only enticing, but seemingly endless:
- There are multiple building sites, offering varying degrees of privacy and seclusion, to construct your dream getaway.
- Virtually every big game animal found in Montana can be seen here, making it a hunter’s paradise.
- The Yellowstone and other nearby live waters offer some of the most exciting fly fishing in the world.
- An additional 122 acres is available for $400,000 if purchased with the subject property.
If you are interested in Gardiner, Montana real estate, this rare offering needs to be seen. Your big dreams will fit right in here.
A Perfectly Situated Property
The alluring aspects of the Cinnabar Basin have stood the test of time. Artifacts found by archaeologists indicate prehistoric man lived here — a tipi ring cluster believed to be 5,000 years old was discovered during an archaeology project involving the University of Montana and the National Park Service.
Yet, this escape from civilization is only 20 minutes from Gardiner, a town with restaurants, art galleries, churches and a small airport. Gardiner also is the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park and is its only year-round entrance.
Adjacent to national forest land, the Cinnabar Basin property also provides access to thousands of acres of recreation. In addition to hunting and fishing, popular summer activities in the area include whitewater rafting and kayaking. Come winter, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and viewing wildlife are popular.