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[before_listing id=334 images= youtube=null] I am not interested in having an experimental community. I am interested in living alone.
I have 30 acres, now, 20 acres are buildable. It is 1/2 mile up from a scenic highway, on an undeveloped track, next to Glacier National Park.
I have considered splitting the 20 acres, or leasing, or trade.
I have also considered making it into a retreat with a pavillion plus individual “hermit huts” scattered about the property.
However, sharing the 20 buildable acres with one other person having their own home seems the most congenial.
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