Formerly used as a mercantile/grocery store, living quarters, rental cabin and shop, this property has many possibilities for commercial or residential uses. The mercantile is right across the street from the Jackson Hot Springs, which is the highlight of Jackson, pop. 144. The hot springs is a popular spot for Bitterroot, Beaverhead and Granite county residents and tourists. (It has just been sold and should be re-opening soon). It has been said that Lewis & Clark cooked an elk in the waters in 1806. This area is known for it's outstanding scenic beauty, recreational opportunities and for the history found throughout the surrounding areas. Ski, snowboard, snowmobile, or snowshoe in the winter and in the summer, enjoy world class fishing, hunting, and the miles of hiking around the valley. Not too far away are the ghost town of Bannack and the Big Hole National Battlefield, a turning point in the Nez Pierce War. This is one property that you have to see to appreciate.