17375 Bull Lake Road, Troy, Montana, 59935
BULL LAKE HOMES
SPECTACULAR VIEWS, NW MONTANA, LODGE STYLE HOME. Approx. 8000+ sq ft of total improvements on 7.58 Acres. A gated estate site hidden away on and above Bull Lake. Adjacent on three sides, to a 2000 acre wildlife, winter mgmt. area and the 64,000 acre, Cabinet Mountain Wilderness are a 1400 sq ft guest home, dock, oversize multi-car garages all with easy year around access. Feel a thousand miles away yet you're close to everything essential. An hour to Sandpoint, ID, 2 ski areas + 3 Starbucks. 2.5 hours to 3 intl' airports, 20 minutes to a local grocery store, schools and 2 banks. 911 med/fire response is 5 minutes and a floating restaurant, on Lake Pend O'Reille, is close by.
SCHWEITZER SKI AREA
Schweitzer ranks as one of the nation’s top winter destinations with 2900 acres of amazing terrain thanks to its two massive bowls and renowned tree skiing. Located in the Selkirk Mountains of the northern Idaho panhandle, and only 80 miles from Spokane, WA , Schweitzer overlooks the town of Sandpoint, ID and offers breathtaking views of three states, Canada and the impressive Lake Pend Oreille.
WATER AND RIVERS WITH WATER RECREATION
FISHING has been a way of life in Northern Idaho for as long as the area has been inhabited. Lake Pend Oreille’s deep waters are home to big, blue-ribbon fish. Two dozen species of native and introduced fish live in Lake Pend Oreille, 17 of which are recognized as sport species, including cold-water natives such as westslope cutthroat, rainbow and bull trout. It was from these deep, cold waters that an angler netted a world-record 37-pound Gerrard rainbow trout, and many other trophy fish surpassing 40 pounds have been pulled from this lake. And do not miss the casual fine dining on the floating restraunt
7 mile-long BULL LAKE, is situated among various types of flora and dense conifers. It offers a boat ramp, fishing access from your own private dock, picnic area, and nice views of the immediate vicinity. Fish species include eastern brook and rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, and large mouth bass.
HIKING AND CASUAL RECREATION AREA
Hiking trails are accessible and the campground is located just 3 miles from the Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area, a growth of 500-year-old giant western red cedars. All within walking distance, or a nice bike ride.