Licensed in: MT, OR, ID
John Anderson grew up in ranching country where he gained a sincere appreciation of the abundant natural resources that surrounded him. Hiking, hunting, and fishing pristine alpine lakes in his childhood nurtured his love of the outdoors. John’s love of the outdoors led to a deep fascination regarding the history of the “American West” and the current efforts to conserve our natural resources.
Instilled with a love of ranching and a deep desire to work with natural resources, John attended Oregon State University earning an Agricultural Science degree in 1996 with a minor in fisheries and wildlife focusing on rangeland management and water rights. Subsequently, he received a Post Baccalaureate in Civil Engineering. In 1998 John began his real estate career, concentrating on selling recreational properties. In 2006 he was awarded the top 1% of real estate sales in the entire state, closing over $30 million. In 2014 John was nominated Top Agent in Oregon.
Longing to get back to his roots, John purchased a small farm to raise cattle and horses. During his leisure time, John loves to hunt, fish, camp, hike and ride horses into wilderness areas with his son Joshua.
John also worked as a guide in Idaho on the edge of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness. Long days on horseback and weeks deep within the Idaho wilderness deepened John’s desire to seek the refuge of the mountains. John Muir once wrote, “The mountains are calling, and I must go..”. This famous quote is one of John’s favorites because so few words mean so much to one who loves the mountains.
Selling ranches and large recreational properties is his dream. John’s knowledge and love of the outdoors is contagious.
John looks forward to continuing to help his buyers grasp their dreams and his sellers maximize their investment. You can meet up with this MT Ranch Broker at the Stock Farm Club in Hamilton Montana, on the river casting a line, in the mountains, or for a cup coffee at a local cafe.
Available Property Listings by John Anderson
Arguably the largest and most sophisticated horse ranch in the northwest, the Black Rock Ranch consists of 1,140± acres and is a superb operating horse ranch specializing in Reining horses, Arabian horses and a breeding program of both.
Trapper View Ranch is 689± acres of forest, meadows, springs, and grassy benches. Situated at the base of Trapper Peak and the Bitterroot Mountain Range the ranch is bordered by National Forest and boasts approximately 200± irrigated acres and 389± acres of water rights.
The Clearwater River Place has excellent hunting and fishing opportunities available all over the ranch. Catch massive Chinook Salmon in the spring and beautiful trout all summer. Anglers can also fish for steelhead just below the ranch.
The Bull River Chalet is an awesome recreational ranch situated along the river and at the base of the Cabinet mountains. Enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking, boating, and so many other recreational activities. The property embodies the essence of the Montana landscape and all it has to offer.
The Rock Creek Fishing Lodge offers a rare opportunity to own a well-appointed home situated on the Upper Rock Creek known as a Blue-Ribbon Trout Fishery in Montana. This 10± acre property offers awe-inspiring views and abundant wildlife.
This 118± acre property is set in the foreground of the famous Bob Marshall and Scapegoat wildernesses. Lush meadows and Aspens create the perfect homesite. This land is part of an intact Rocky Mountain ecosystem that is one of the few remaining in North America. This land is wild, scenic, and breathtaking.
Articles Authored by John Anderson
Video blog by John Anderson, Broker Associate, licensed in MT, OR, ID It is truly difficult to describe the lifestyles of those fortunate enough to live in the Bitterroot Valley, except to say, “There is something for everyone.” If you seek isolation and the peaceful serenade of wind whispering in the forest, you’ll find it […]
An article by John Anderson, Broker, Fay Ranches As featured in Land Investor Magazine Vol. 4 There are two main types of water right systems actively used in the United States today: the Riparian system and the Law of Prior Appropriations. Many eastern states utilize the Riparian water rights system, which states that an owner […]