Unmatched view of Lake Oahe in rural Burleigh County just south of Bismarck. This 15-acre tract adjacent to Kimball Bottoms Wildlife Management Area adjoins Corp of Engineers land to the south and west. It's situated on a plateau above the Bottoms. The Desert Boat Ramp and Recreation Area are less than a quarter mile away. It is unplatted land and zoned agricultural. House and shop on property are served by SCRWD. The gently rolling terrain slopes to the south and downhill to adjoin public land. Elevation is approximately 1,680'. This uniquely located property offers great access for hunting, fishing and OHV enthusiasts. Exceptional home site which could be subdivided. Call for a showing today. Realtor owned.
Cellar, trap door
Wood frame, moved to current location in 1950s. Metal siding, architectural shingles, casement windows, carpet, new vinyl laminate flooring in kitchen, concrete covered patio, low-maintenance deck, Star Steel metal building for single stall detached garage.
Adjoins public land
Close to fishing, hunting and OHV recreational opportunities
10 minutes from Bismarck
From Expressway, go south on University Drive past UM and continue south on Highway 1804 1.6 miles to Desert Rd, Go south 1.4 miles to house on west side of road.
House rents for $950/mth plus utilities, Contact Burleigh County Building/Planning and Zoning 701-221-3727. Site is above 100 & 500 year flood plain, old well on site doesn't work. House was originally on nearby river bottom land and moved to current location when Lake Oahe was created 1948-1958. Documents available for survey, elevation information. Unplatted land
Showing Instructions: 24 Hr Notice; Text Agent; Showing Remarks: House is Tenant occupied, no lockbox