- Less than one mile from Big Timber
- Less than one hour from Bozeman
- 1± mile of frontage on the trout-filled Blue Ribbon Yellowstone River and Boulder River
- National Forest close by to enjoy recreational amenities and hunting
The Boulder River and the Yellowstone River are two of the most beautiful fly fishing rivers in Montana. Combine over 1± miles of both of these completely different sized freestone rivers and you create one heck of a recreational-based family paradise. The Boulder-Yellowstone Confluence Ranch, with 88.5± acres of deeded land, is this paradise. The ranch, established at the confluence of both rivers, contains .33± miles of Yellowstone River and .75± miles of the Boulder River. Located just minutes from downtown Big Timber, this riverside oasis contains virtually all of the recreational attributes most often desired by landowners, along with a myriad of wildlife. The massive cottonwood trees and the Yellowstone River form the northern boundary, while the Boulder River and its rich riparian bottom and old river channels form the eastern boundary. This very unique offering is perfect for a recreational retreat.
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Struck Creek Ranch stands as a testament to tradition, stewardship, and the spirit of the American West. Experience the rustic charm and rich heritage of ranch life. This ranch, steeped in history and nestled within the vast expanse of Montana, spans acres of pristine land; the commitment to sustainable practices and ethical husbandry resonates through every aspect of the current operations. An abundance of water and hay ground make this one of the best cattle ranches on the market today.
An abundance of healthy grass and 700± acres of winter wheat make up this 2,750± deeded acre property, in addition to a 2,680± acre BLM lease, totaling 5,430± acres. Where the pheasants, deer, and antelope play today, dinosaurs roamed long ago. Just 30± minutes from Fort Peck Dam and 10± miles from Rock Creek Marina on Fort Peck Lake in Montana, it is easy to imagine days spent casting to walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, and Chinook salmon or hunting on the property and thousands of acres of contiguous public land.
With a prime location near Missoula, Montana and natural resources that play an important role in wildlife habitat conservation, the Checkpoint Ranch’s recreational and wildlife virtues may only be outshone by the stunning beauty and unmatched privacy. The custom home, which sits on a bluff overlooking two mountain lakes, features timbered accents, the use of reclaimed barnwood, and high-end finishes and provides a spectacular panoramic perspective with a complete sense of privacy.
Your dream homesite awaits in the foothills of the Bangtail Mountains in Montana with newly constructed roads and electricity. With almost a half mile of creek frontage, the property is close to National Forest, Livingston, and Bozeman. It boasts views of the Crazy Mountains, Bangtail Ridge, and the Chief Mountain plateau. Elk, deer, moose, black bear, and more roam the sage-filled land. This ranch is for those who wish to take in views, with the lights from Clyde Park in the distance.
For those who appreciate the quiet beauty of the outdoors, Ringling Ranch II in Montana is nothing short of a paradise. The sunsets paint the sky in hues of orange and pink, casting a warm glow over the endless grassy plains. The ranch possesses inherent qualities that make it a favorable addition to an established ranching endeavor. Similarly, it presents itself as an exceptionally promising property for individuals embarking on the journey of initiating their own cattle operation.
This extraordinary ranch offers diverse landscapes, including forested mountains, sagebrush hillsides, aspen creek bottoms, irrigated hay fields, and natural grasslands. Located 25± minutes from Helena, Montana’s state capital, the property is a generational working ranch providing excellent wildlife resources, recreation, and natural beauty. Developed as a traditional Montana cattle ranch, the improvements comprise multiple residences, historic sheep barns, loafing sheds, and corrals.
Your dream homesite awaits in the foothills of the Bangtail Mountains in Montana with newly constructed roads and electricity. With almost a quarter mile of creek frontage, the property is close to National Forest, Livingston, and Bozeman. It boasts views of the Crazy Mountains, Bangtail Ridge, and the Chief Mountain plateau. Elk, deer, moose, black bear, and more roam the sage-filled land. This ranch is for those who wish to take in views, with the lights from Clyde Park in the distance.
An hour from Billings, Montana, this property boasts 7.5+ miles of Bighorn River frontage. Endless fishing opportunities include walleye, sauger, smallmouth bass, catfish, ling, and rainbow and brown trout. For the hunter, pursue bull elk, white-tailed and mule deer, antelope, pheasants, turkeys, Hungarian partridge, and sharp-tailed grouse. This ranch is renowned for its waterfowl hunting. Boasting 5 center pivots/wheel lines and flood irrigation, the soils are high-producing.
This Montana ranch stands as a testament to the pioneering spirit and resilience of the early settlers who established it. With roots dating back to the late 1800s, the ranch has played a crucial role in shaping the region’s agricultural heritage. Spanning vast expanses of picturesque landscapes and benefiting from the creek’s life-giving waters, it became a thriving cow-calf operation. For sale today, it stands as a successful agricultural venture and a symbol of the enduring legacy.
The River View Ranch is a stunning and versatile property in Montana that offers a wealth of recreational opportunities for nature lovers. Nestled in the foothills of the Bitterroot and Coeur D’Alene Range, this ranch boasts an idyllic location on the banks of the Clark Fork River. With its close proximity to public lands, the ranch presents outdoor enthusiasts with a chance to immerse themselves in a wide range of activities. Seek adventure or tranquility; this property has it all.
This modern home, built in 2019, sits at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Stillwater Rivers on 66± acres of wetlands and river braids. This provides habitat diversity for a wide range of wildlife. The 2,657± SF, 3 bed, 2.5 bath home boasts luxury features, including walnut cabinets and doors, heated floors, Thermador/Sub Zero appliances, fully integrated audio/visual, reclaimed wood siding, and 2 large garages. Hunt for white-tailed deer, turkeys, and waterfowl out your backdoor. This property is near Columbus, Big Timber, Red Lodge, and Billings and its commercial airport.
Bordering the Main Boulder River for about half a mile and the West Boulder River for 280± feet, this property is contiguous to state land. Rolling terrain offers private building sites and mountain views, with a well and power already in place. The Beartooth Mountains and Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness loom to the south, while the Crazy Mountains dominate the landscape to the north. Just 15± minutes south of Big Timber, Montana, this secluded property is a wildlife epicenter with great fishing opportunities.
Nestled in a true Montana landscape, abutting thousands of acres of public lands, this is a unique property that embodies the essence of the West. Whether you indulge in an afternoon hike, embark on a horseback ride, immerse yourself in an evening of hunting, or start your day on one of the trout streams nearby, this property will transport you to a time gone by. Whether you’re seeking a year-round, permanent residence, a mountain getaway, or a vacation home, this property will have you covered.
Discover stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, fertile land, and endless recreational opportunities across both units of Montana’s Eve Ranches. From solid hay fields and ample mountain grazing to captivating natural settings, clean streams, and dense forests, these units combine diversity with productivity. Whether you aspire to a thriving livestock operation, exclusive hunting grounds, or simply a premier recreational landscape in western Montana, this ranch offers it all.
Over a mile of Maryott Gulch runs the length of this property, just 30± minutes from Bozeman, Montana and 10± minutes from the Gallatin River. Panoramic views of the Spanish Peaks, Bridger Mountains, Ruby Mountain, Tobacco Roots, and Elk Horns are visible from the two elevated Designated Residential Areas. Deer, elk, and other Montana wildlife roam the acreage. Montana Ranch’s amenities, including trails and an equestrian facility, are exceptional. This property is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts looking to build their Montana dream home.
Rolling hills and plenty of pasture space make this the perfect property for the equestrian. Contiguous to state land, this property is 30± minutes from Bozeman, Montana, and less than 10 minutes from the Gallatin River. Incredible views of the Spanish Peaks, Bridger Mountains, Ruby Mountain, Tobacco Roots, Big Belts, and Elk Horns are visible from the two elevated Designated Residential Areas on this property. Deer, elk, and other Montana wildlife roam the acreage. Montana Ranch’s amenities, including trails and an equestrian facility, are exceptional.
Situated on the banks of the Jefferson River and multiple spring-fed ponds on site, this ranch property offers a southwestern Montana sporting lifestyle. Fishing enthusiasts will be thrilled to discover 1.5± miles of world-class trophy trout river frontage on the property. The crystal-clear waters of the Jefferson River are home to some of the most impressive trout in the world. The new owner can enjoy exciting hunts for whitetail deer, waterfowl, and upland birds.
Your dream homesite awaits in the foothills of the Bangtail Mountains in Montana with newly constructed roads and electricity. Contiguous to State land, the property is close to National Forest, Livingston, and Bozeman. It boasts views of the Crazy Mountains, Bangtail Ridge, and the Chief Mountain plateau. Elk, deer, moose, black bear, and more roam the sage-filled land. This ranch is for those who wish to take in alpenglow views, with the twinkling lights from Clyde Park in the distance.
Located one mile from the charming town of Fishtail, this ranch offers breathtaking views of one of Montana’s most spectacular and untamed landscapes while providing meaningful agricultural production and recreational opportunities. The ranch comprises diverse topography, including native stream bottom and rolling bluffs overlooking the West Rosebud River drainage and the Beartooth Range beyond. Water is plentiful on this well-rounded ranch, with Fishtail Creek fishery and Hogan Ditch Creek.
Ashby Creek Ranch is rich with agricultural history and has been held by only two families since 1888. The ranch checks all of the boxes with a blend of extensive water resources, great production, scenic beauty, and excellent recreation. It represents the most extensive available land offering proximate to the Missoula area today. The many exemplary features to this classic ranch, which lies within thirty minutes of Montana’s most vibrant city, make this ranch stand out in today’s land market.
Nestled between the Bridger, Absaroka, and Crazy Mountains in the heart of the Shields River Valley, this property boasts a main home, guest home, shop, and outbuildings. This acreage sits off Brackett Creek Rd and is extremely private, yet 360-degree mountain views abound. The custom 2,200± SF, 2-bed, 2-bath main home features breathtaking views and 2 offices/dens. Located near Clyde Park and Wilsall, close to Livingston, and not far from Bozeman’s international airport, this property checks all the boxes.
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