- 640± acres
- Adjacent to Forest Service lands that lead to the Smith River
- Wonderful little hunting cabin on the ranch
- Excellent big game hunting
- Beautiful mountain views
The Lingshire property is an “end of the road”, 640± acre, private ranch consisting of rolling grass meadows, sparsely to heavily timbered slopes bordering National Forest Service land which provides access to one of the prettiest and most productive stretches of the Smith River. There is also a hand peeled, timber framed cabin providing a loft for sleeping, a small kitchen, bathroom, and living area. The elk and deer hunting on the property and in the adjacent National Forest can be excellent.
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The property is a wildlife sanctuary with aerated, trout-stocked ponds, Willow Creek, and a riparian area in Montana. It offers a home, a guest cabin, and an equipment barn with views of the surrounding area. Opportunities abound for outdoor activities such as fishing and hiking in the nearby Tobacco Root Mountains, Ennis Lake, and famous fly-fishing rivers. The property provides an excellent opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy Montana’s natural beauty.
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.
If you want to live on a trout fishing river, there may be no finer place than on the Missouri River in Montana. With a prime location along the blue ribbon mighty MO, spacious accommodations on the water’s edge, and notable investment value, the Flatwater Lodge stands out in today’s market as a premier fly fishing retreat. The turnkey luxury lodge was thoughtfully designed for hosting anglers or doubles as a family retreat and sleeps up to 10 guests comfortably with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
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.
This Montana ranch is engulfed in mountain views and is close to town, yet still in the quiet country. With its lush pastures, spacious barns, and breathtaking views, this property is the perfect place to call home for you and your equine companions. The cowboy culture is still alive. While the rest of the world is living in 2023, Dillion still tips its hat to the pioneers of the 1880s: true remnants of cowboy grins, quaint ranching families, and charming ma & pa shops still occupy these lands.
Located three miles from Lincoln, a piece of Montana’s Blackfoot Valley awaits, boasting a diverse ecosystem of plant and wildlife species, from the regal moose to the elegant trumpeter swan to the serene turtle. Owners and friends enjoy fishing on the nearby Blackfoot River, a quiet paddle on Smith Lake, and the warm embrace of the custom home and its guest cabin and artist’s studio, immersed with views of the surrounding mountain ranges within the sanctuary of the Blackfoot Valley.
With spectacular mountain views, sweeping grasslands, and wildlife galore, this may be the place you’ve always dreamed of, boasting an irrigated alpine meadow, two fishable creeks, and a large pond. La Marche Creek originates high up in the Pintler Wilderness Area and runs through the middle of this Montana ranch, offering over 3 miles of creek frontage to fish and hunt. Just imagine access to the Pintler Wilderness Area: miles of trails, cold creeks, mountain lakes, and abundant wildlife.
The Big Hole River makes up the west boundary of this mostly irrigated end-of-the-road property, with a pond in the center. Improvements include a 2,400+ SF, 2 bed, 2 bath home, a guest cabin, another guest quarters adjacent to a detached garage, and a heated shop. Enjoy views of the Pioneer and Highland Mountains while casting to trout. Near Melrose, Dillon, and Butte, the property and endless acres of nearby public land are home to white-tailed deer, elk, bear, duck, geese, and other wildlife.
This Montana ranch has a beautiful home headquarters with newer and well-maintained shops and outbuildings. Walk out the door for flyfishing in the spring-fed ponds and winding stretches of the creek and deer and pheasant hunting. Ample grass for horses and cows and terrific views, and just minutes from the winter and summer resort amenities of Red Lodge. Beautiful, private headquarters with fishing, hunting, skiing, rafting, hiking, and horseback riding all at your doorstep.
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. Located near Clyde Park and Wilsall, close to Livingston, and not far from Bozeman’s international airport, this property checks all the boxes.
The Blackfoot River Retreat is rare, if not singular, in today’s market. Coupling top-notch angling and hunting opportunities with unsurpassed ecosystem diversity, the Montana retreat is a haven for anyone that wants to immerse themselves in the natural grandeur of the historic Blackfoot Valley. The turn-key 3-bed, 2-bath log cabin was built with the river as a visual centerpiece; large windows and doors open to the sights and sounds of the river. A two-car garage offers guest quarters upstairs.
Boasting 0.6± miles of Elk Creek, a tributary of the Shields River, this property is nestled between the Bridger, Absaroka, and Crazy Mountains in Montana and sits about 500 ft east of the Shields River, a guide favorite for fishable trout water. The property is about five minutes from Wilsall and less than 15 minutes from Clyde Park. Livingston and Bozeman are less than an hour away. This land checks all the boxes with abundant wildlife, ample grass for livestock, and hundreds of acres to recreate on.
The Montana equestrian ranch boasts the most impressive facilities to be admired by elite horse breeders and the most serious horse trainers. A nearly 30,000± square foot heated indoor arena provides horsemen ample space to work year-round in any discipline of the equestrian arts. The ranch dramatically frames the distant Spanish Peaks while quietly perched above the world-famous Madison River below, counting the ranch among premium fishing properties of Southwest Montana.
Nestled among the meadows of the Bridger Mountains, with stately Ross Peak serving as the backdrop, lies an exciting opportunity to own land and investment property. The offering hosts five residences, recreational outbuildings, a riding arena, endless trails, and a little piece of Montana. As part of the historic farming community of Springhill, the offering provides a rare opportunity to own a beautiful piece of the Valley of the Flowers near Bozeman, one of Montana’s most charming locations.
Whether you are in the market for grass, are an avid hunter, or just appreciate seeing wildlife in its natural habitat, this Montana ranch is a beautiful mix of deep canyons, badlands, and prairie wilderness with unlimited potential. This quality ranch located in the Missouri Breaks offers a fantastic getaway for those with a spirit of adventure where the elk, deer, and antelope play today, and dinosaurs roamed millions of years ago; their remains can be found throughout the area.
This quality, versatile ranch located in the Missouri Breaks offers a fantastic getaway for those with a spirit of adventure who truly enjoy seclusion, privacy, and the great outdoors. Whether you are in the market for grass, are an avid hunter, or just appreciate seeing wildlife in its natural habitat, this ranch is a beautiful mix of deep canyons, badlands, and prairie wilderness with unlimited potential. The elk, deer, and antelope play today, but there is evidence dinosaurs once roamed here.
This property boasts 3+ miles of Deep Creek teeming with trout, 400± irrigated acres, and contiguous public land. The Missouri River and Canyon Ferry Reservoir are both just down the road. A mix of forested canyons, native grass, and creek bottom provide terrain suitable for a wide variety of wildlife, including moose, elk, deer, antelope, upland birds, and waterfowl. About an hour from Bozeman and just a few minutes from Townsend, Montana, this property enjoys views of the Big Belt Mountains.
This Montana ranch has 1,280± acres of BLM and State lease ground, dryland wheat fields, grazing, year-round Cottonwood Creek, and numerous seeps & springs. With world-class upland bird hunting for sharptailed grouse and Hungarian partridge, big mule deer, black bear, lion, bobcat, and antelope, the hunter will be in Heaven. The big canyons and coulees are famous for known dinosaur and fossil deposits. Grand views of the Pryor/Bighorn Mountains and the Eastern Rocky Mountain Front set the scene.
This legacy property checks all the boxes on your ag, conservation, recreational, and investment property list with a set of working improvements – all within a serene setting rarely available in Montana. The expansive landscape makes it an ideal option for multi-generational families. Its easily-accessible location allows for an authentic Western experience. Grasslands, sub-irrigated meadows, and water rights, make it a highly productive ranch with potential for a conservation easement.
World-class trout fishing and waterfowl hunting on this Montana riverfront land offer approximately 0.25 miles of water frontage of the Bighorn River. The two identical 2,000-square-foot luxury cabins on the ridge overlooking the river are located 1.5 miles outside Fort Smith, Montana. At the foot of Yellowtail Dam and the surrounding Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, it has ample opportunities for water sports on the lake and camping in the seclusion of the wild Montana wilderness.
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