Located north of Big Timber, Montana the High Alpine Ranch is one of those rare properties that combines fine architecture, wildlife, agriculture, and aquatic features creating a setting like none other. Positioned along the banks of Big Timber Creek with the snow-capped peaks of the Crazy Mountains to the west and the Absarokee Mountains looming to the south the views are powerful and act as your back drop throughout the ranch. The ranch offers 1,261± diverse acres with excellent trout fisheries, upland bird hunting and big game hunting. The ranch also has one of the rarest of amenities for a western ranch, an amazing 3,800± square foot modern masterpiece surrounded by four spring fed ponds and the creek. The custom landscaping and water features created outside the home literally diffuses into the house due to glass windows throughout. The manicured lawns, flower gardens, spring-fed ponds filled with trout, and Big Timber Creek can be experienced from anywhere in the home.
The 1,261± deeded acres includes lush irrigated fields, beautiful open pastures, and cover filled draws and canyons. The riparian area along the creek is in outstanding shape and teeming with deer, turkey, and other wildlife. Big Timber Creek is a classic rocky mountain freestone creek that winds its way thru the ranch for 1± miles providing intimate fishing for wild trout.
Along with the main home the ranch also provides a quaint guest house as well as a managers/care takers home in addition to multiple barns and outbuildings.
Read the High Alpine Feature in the Summer 2019 Sporting Classics magazine here.