You'll want to take a look inside this amazing riverfront castle for sale located in Great Falls, Montana. The riverfront modern-day castle is priced at €2.5m and has 700 feet of water frontage. With this castle as your home, you'll be able to enjoy boating, canoeing, and kayaking right from your front yard, and almost everything else Montana has to offer from your back yard. This commercial built, the modern-day castle has 700 feet of Missouri River water frontage. The foundation starts at bedrock making the house earthquake resistant.
The main house features an indoor 30-foot rock climbing wall, heated floors on the 3rd level, skylights and so much more. Also, the property has a guest suite and boathouse that could be rented or turned into a B and B retreat. Each has a private entrance, deck, bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom. The owners said they would stay on as caretakers in the winter if you are just looking for a vacation home. You are only minutes away from Great Falls from there you can go any direction and all the amenities Montana offers, like some of the world's best hiking, fly fishing, biking, and more.
Great Falls is located on the mighty Missouri River in central Montana. It is a great basecamp to explore all the great things to do in this rugged part of the state. From here you can enjoy mountain views, bountiful gardens, and freshwater springs that line the public parks connected by the River's Edge Trail on the northeast side of town, as well as tourist-orientated places such as the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Other outdoor attractions surrounding Great Falls include Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge and the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park.
Near the historic downtown district of Great Falls, the legacy of the famous cowboy artist and once-resident of Great Falls, Charles M. Russell, is on full display at the C.R. Russell Museum. In the central part of Great Falls, you'll find public art adorning nearly every street. Other fun places to visit near downtown include The History Museum and Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art.
The River's Edge Trail is another thing to enjoy in Great Falls where the banks of the Missouri River go for 60 miles, the River's Edge Trail connects natural spaces, the historical downtown district, and cultural attractions including the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Considered the crown jewel of the city park system, Gibson Park is a great starting point for the River's Edge Trail, with beautiful gardens and reflective ponds. Other fun things to do along the trail include the free telescope at the Warden Park Gazebo and the large freshwater spring found at Giant Spring State Park.
Giant Springs State Park is another major attraction for tourists and long-term residents alike, one of the largest freshwater springs in the country. Giant Springs encompasses over 4,500 acres on both sides of the Missouri River. The park offers opportunities for biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, and more.
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