A highly coveted irrigated property in the scenic Helena Valley which has long been known for its deep rooted agricultural roots and production value. The Dana’s Point Farm includes pivot irrigation with water from the Helena Valley Irrigation District. The property is currently seeded to alfalfa and is adjacent to several other ranches and rural residential estates near both Lake Helena and Hauser Lake in a region known for abundant whitetail and mule deer populations. Dana Point is partially fenced for cattle and includes a nice wetland area with springs and variety of brush and trees. The farm is close to the lakes and nearby public lands for easy access to an abundant variety of summer and winter recreational opportunities. Excellent opportunity for an owner operator or investment minded buyer.
Helena, Montana’s state capital, is located just minutes from the farm and combines an active beat of students, politics and outdoor activities. Local events occur often and create an ambiance of community—theater and symphony, a jazz festival, concerts, rodeos, race in the Governor’s Cup and enjoy the largest sled dog race in the lower 48 states. The Helena Valley is a highly sought after region for its abundance of water and popular lakes region and beautiful scenery and mountains which create the backdrop enjoyed by residents and visitors alike to the area.
The sellers have traditionally leased the pivot to a local operator who has farmed the land and also enjoyed the land as a fall grazing for cattle. A new owner may choose to continue a relationship with a local operator to lease the land or take advantage of the opportunity to farm the land themselves.