- 545± acres
- 106± acre State of Montana lease
- Two homes with appropriate outbuildings
- Numerous springs
- Great hay production
- Excellent water rights with buried irrigation lines
- Prime elk habitat
- 70 miles to Missoula, MT
The Glade Ranch in Montana encompasses 545± deeded acres, all of which are accessible and usable. The property consists of a variety of intermixed land types including grassy pastures, tillable fields, and timbered hillsides. There are a few underground springs that feed riparian areas. The original farmstead lies on an elevated slope that overlooks a spring fed pond and captures the grandeur of the valley’s picturesque landscape.
The Glade Ranch would make a fabulous recreational retreat in the Clark Fork Valley. The ranch can stand alone as an inclusive cattle operation but also has great potential as a hay base for an expanded, larger commercial program.
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This mountain ranch is secluded, yet close to Helena, the capital of Montana. The region features an abundance of water, including lakes region with Canyon Ferry, Hauser Lake, Holter Lake, and Lake Helena, offering a variety of summer watersports, fishing, and four-season recreation. Flanked by Mount Helena and surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest, BLM, and State Lands making up much of the protected landscape, this region serves as an excellent starting point for recreation and enjoyment.
This Montana property boasts about half a mile of blue-ribbon trout frontage on the Big Hole River and is divided into 5 parcels (the subdivision has been approved by the county). The property and surrounding public land are home to white-tailed deer, elk, bear, duck, geese, and other wildlife. Easily accessible off Montana Hwy 43 before the Divide Bridge, less than 15 minutes to Wise River and its airstrip, and 20± minutes to Butte and its commercial airport, spend days fishing on this property while being close to amenities and airports.
This unique Montana property is conveniently located near Bozeman, Livingston, the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky. Surrounded by the Absaroka, Bridger, and Crazy Mountains, Tract 1 is improved and ready for building with a newly constructed private lane and electric. This is the ideal location to build your dream home. This unique property is one of only five lots that presents a rare opportunity to live in one of the most desirable areas of Montana.
This unique property sits on 161± acres of pristine Montana land conveniently located near Bozeman, Livingston, the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky. Surrounded by the Absaroka, Bridger, and Crazy Mountains, Tract 4 is improved and ready for building with a newly constructed private lane and electric. This is the ideal location to build your dream home. This unique property is one of only five lots that presents a rare opportunity to live in one of the most desirable areas of Montana.
Just 30± minutes to Big Timber and Columbus, Montana, this historic home welcomed travelers on the Bozeman-Miles City stage line. With dates carved in stone (literally), this treasure dates back to 1872. A manicured lawn gives way to pastures and prairies traversed by a mile of spring creek and two year-round high-producing springs. Elk, deer, antelope, and upland game abound. Outbuildings include a passively solar-heated hanger, barn, corral, and shed. The past and present converge in this private, tranquil, one-of-a-kind property.
Adjacent to State and Federal land, this Montana property features open spaces and picturesque prairies and is offered to the market for the first time. The Four Bar Five Ranch is diversified with meadows, pastures, and hills/draws for protection and cover for whitetail and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, pheasants, Hungarian partridges, sharptail grouse, prairie dogs, and wild turkey. The topography helps retain wildlife for hunting opportunities. It has recently been run as a cattle ranch.
Located in Montana’s picturesque Musselshell River Valley, this ranch is primarily agricultural land with over three miles of the Musselshell River and offers both lifestyle and livelihood elements. The ranch is watered by several reservoirs and lush seasonal creek drainages. Improvements are sustainable to livestock and equestrian operations, with horses year-round and leasing pastures for cattle. Along the river, a variety of wildlife species and livestock have access to cover and forage.
Big Elk Ranch on Eagle Creek is surrounded by Forest Service on three sides creating a true sportsman’s paradise. Located in the Little Belt Mountains a short drive to White Sulphur Springs, this ranch features an off-grid cabin for four-season enjoyment. Home to a variety of wildlife species including elk, deer, bear, cougar, and wolves to name a few, this region is rugged and wild, featuring some of the best hunting and recreation in Big Sky Country!
This Montana ranch is an extraordinary property located in one of the most spectacular settings in North America at the mouth of Deep Creek at the foot of the Absaroka Mountain Range in the northeastern corner of Montana’s famed Paradise Valley. Woods and meadows, plentiful and varied wildlife, and snow-capped mountain peaks dominate this magnificent and visually private acreage. It is near world-class cross-country skiing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting, and rock climbing.
A little over an hour to Bozeman and its airport, this property is made up of 542± acres in 2 parcels. A bridge crosses the middle fork of the fishable Sixteen Mile Creek as it meanders through the property for almost 1.5 miles. A recently enhanced road takes you to the newly updated off-grid cabin that includes a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, sleeping loft, covered porch, and a wood-burning stove. The topography is varied, from timbered draws to productive grassland to wildlife habitat with multiple springs. Enjoy hiking, biking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, fly fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, or just relaxing on this piece of southwest Montana.
This Montana ranch, adjacent to BLM and National Forest lands, follows along bubbling Rattlesnake Creek frequented by wildlife, including elk and deer that call the ranch and region home. The trail passes a historic log cabin. Rising up from the creek bottomlands, the ranch features rock outcroppings, timbered hillsides, and grassy meadows with mountain views resembling a colorful painting in springtime with the abundance and variety of wildflowers that blanket the meadows.
This property is nestled between the Bridger, Absaroka, and Crazy Mountains in the heart of the Shields River Valley. One mile of the Shields River, a guide favorite for fishable trout water, makes up the eastern boundary. Run as a fly fishing lodge for the past 2 years, the 14,000± SF, 9 bed, 11 bath compound looks out on incredible views. Enjoy a cup of coffee on the deck while the wildlife comes alive or a glass of wine as the sun slips below the mountains. Just outside Clyde Park, close to Livingston, and not far from Bozeman’s airport, Shields River Lodge is offered turnkey and is move-in ready for the next owner to begin their Montana adventure.
This gemstone property combines productive agricultural and irrigated hay land and is located a short distance north of Big Timber, Montana. The ranch is positioned along the banks of Big Timber Creek, and the ranch backdrop showcases the snow-capped peaks of the Crazy Mountains to the west and the Absaroka Mountain Range looming to the south. The views are powerful and welcoming. The Ranch offers 730± diverse acres with excellent upland bird, whitetail, and mule deer hunting.
From its perch overlooking Basin Creek Valley, this property offers privacy in a beautiful setting, as well as proximity to Butte and its airport. The 534± deeded acres are contiguous to thousands of acres of National Forest and wildlife-filled, with multiple springs, a pond, and almost 1.5 miles of the nearly year-round Two Bit Creek. Improvements include a custom 4,348± SF, 4 bed, 3 full bath, 1 half bath home, oversized garage, and rustic summer guest cabin. Every detail has already been thought of and implemented, making this an effortless property to purchase.
This Montana farm sits in the heart of the Golden Triangle region with the backdrop of the breathtaking Rocky Mountain Front in the distance. The deep-rooted farm was expanded over the years to amass the almost 5,500± acre farm that is offered today. This opportunity is ideal for a discerning buyer interested in investing in a unique property with historically established income from dryland farm leases. The owner can continue a farm lease for a source of income or serve as an owner-operator.
Agriculture, commercial, and recreational use are all possibilities for this Montana property. Located six miles north of Joliet, halfway between Billings and the quaint mountain ski town of Red Lodge. With approximately one-half mile of frontage on Rock Creek, good numbers of rainbow and brown trout are a joy to catch with a wet or dry fly. The agricultural side of the farm includes two separate irrigated fields that are currently planted in alfalfa grass, producing 5-6 tons per acre annually.
This 160± acre property is located off I-90 between Bozeman and Livingston, Montana, two of the most desirable Rocky Mountain towns to be in proximity to. The ranch offers varied topography and diverse vegetation, making it the ultimate wildlife haven. It is common to see elk and deer move through the property. Higher elevations provide views of the Absaroka Range and Crazy Mountains. Multiple build sites offer a new owner privacy and seclusion.
This Montana ranch offers a tremendous amount of value within its 724± acres. With 2 miles of trout-filled live water, Elk, and other wildlife running the property, snowmobiling out the gate, and skiing within minutes, the ranch is rich in recreational opportunity. There are no improvements, and the ranch is divided into several different parcels creating a blank canvas for a new owner.
This parcel of vacant, recreational land, with river frontage on the East Gallatin River, sits within 20± minutes of Bozeman, Montana. The location of this property is not only alluring to the entire family but also enriches its investment value. This equation makes riverfront land assets an excellent investment in your quality of life, your family, and long-term appreciation. In addition to the outstanding live water fishery, the property provides superb habitat for whitetail and pheasants.
This is a complete sportsman’s package with incredible hunting and fishing! Boasting 1.6± miles of Jefferson River frontage to the east, the Tobacco Root Mountains and thousands of acres of contiguous public land make up the western boundary. Forested canyons, rolling hills, and river bottom provide habitat suitable for a variety of wildlife, including moose, elk, mule and white-tailed deer, antelope, upland game birds, and waterfowl. About 400± acres are under center pivot irrigation. Located an hour from Bozeman, Montana, land this size in the Jefferson River valley rarely comes to market.
The acreage encompasses various terrain, including pasture ground, lush and thickly wooded creek bottom, and hillsides with many choice locations to build a secluded Montana getaway. The West Fork of the Stillwater River passes through the property on its way to confluence with the main stem of the Stillwater before it joins the Yellowstone River. The property provides private access to the West Fork, which is full of rainbow and brown trout.
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