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160 acres Big Sky, MT $26,500,000

160 acres Big Sky, MT

Gallatin County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

The Elk Horn Ranch is 160-acres of land situated inside the 13,600 acre Yellowstone Club, the worlds only private golf and ski community. Elk Horn Ranch is within view of Yellowstone National Park and it offers the most exclusive and private location available within the clubs boundaries. This unique holding is one of the few parcels that has direct access into the national forest and adjacent wilderness. The ranch is appointed with a 7,000 SF residence with a detached garage and second-story apartment. It also has a rustic wrangler cabin on the property. In addition there is a large rec room equipped with a kitchen and bathroom, and a barn below. All improvements are of unparalleled quality. The property serves as the ultimate base camp for incredible alpine skiing, superb golfing or touring into the vastly wild and scenic lands of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. $26,500,000.

247 acres Three Forks, MT $9,700,000

247 acres Three Forks, MT

Gallatin County Clifton M. Berglee, DVM Montana - Wyoming West Ranch Brokerage

Type: River House 6 Beds | 7 Baths | 16648 SqFt

The Madison River Ranch has one and a half miles of frontage on the Madison River, and includes a twenty acre deeded island. The 16,648 sq. ft. home was completed in 1974 with the finest artisanship. The library was hand crafted in Europe and then reassembled here. The marble was reclaimed from an old monastery that originally came from a quarry, which did not operate after the 4th century. The flooring in the kitchen, family room, and library is furniture grade hardwood from South Africa unavailable today. The exterior rock was quarried in China. The ironwork is from New Orleans. There are four staff/guest homes. The ranch has its own private bridge across the Madison River. Water pumped from the river irrigate the property. The original owner raised Thoroughbreds, and owned a horse, which ran in the Kentucky Derby. He never equaled the legendary Montana bred and raised horse named "Spokane". Spokane, with 6:1 odds set a Derby Record in winning in 1889, the year of Montanas statehood. The ranch has 12 miles of new board fence, and a 130 ft. X 225 ft. indoor arena. There are other barns with horse stalls, etc. Many of the horse features could be converted to other uses. Centuries ago, when native Americans used the Madison Buffalo Jump, located just southeast of the ranch across the valley, only the chiefs were allowed to camp in the area of the Madison River Ranch. Legendary mountain man, John Colter, escaped his captures by diving into the Madison River just above the Madison River Ranch. The privacy, quietness, Montana country charm, and surrounding mountain ranges, are therapeutic to the soul.

1,050 acres Three Forks, MT $6,900,000

1,050 acres Three Forks, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

Situated on the banks of the Madison River, this premier sportsman’s paradise boasts over 3 ½ miles of river frontage and more than 5 ½ miles of reclaimed spring creek on its approximately 1,050± acres. The ranch offers tremendous waterfowl, upland bird and whitetail deer hunting and world-class fly fishing. In addition to being a haven for the trout fisherman or waterfowler, the ranch is well-suited for a working horse or cattle operation with 700± irrigable acres. One would be hard-pressed to find another property within 30 minutes of Bozeman with comparable live water resources on or off the market. With direct access to the Madison River on the western boundary, a convenient location 25 minutes from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and 5 minutes from the amenities of Three Forks, the Madison Spring Creek Ranch can be enjoyed by all generations. Madison Spring Creek Ranch lies along the east side of the Madison River in the lower Madison Valley, which is the least developed river valley within 30± miles of Bozeman. Without the impact of state highways, large roads or railways, the privacy of the Lower Madison River is a rarity among other river valleys in Montana. With over 9 miles of live water, this unique fishing property is in close proximity to Bozeman. The ranch varies from thick cottonwood galleries along the river corridor to sub-irrigated meadows with meandering spring creeks. The river braids offer abundant wetland habitat, which attracts a wealth of waterfowl and other wildlife. The views are dramatic and diverse with the Spanish Peaks and the Tobacco Root Mountains to the south, the cliffs along the Madison River to the west, and the hills and bluffs that include Madison Buffalo Jump State Park to the east. Restoration of several miles of spring creek and wildlife habitat throughout the ranch has significantly improved the ranch’s aesthetics, fishing and hunting. Restoration work produced endless casting lanes, deep holding holes and spawning beds, as well as shallow backwater refuges for invertebrates, young fish and waterfowl along 5 ½ miles on two spring creeks. Over 9 miles of live water provide a variety of fishing experiences. From river to large spring influenced creek to a small intimate spring creek that requires stalking fish, the ranch has it all. Although the current owners keep the ranch largely for private use, the fishing does provide income from outfitting the ranch through local guides and charging rod fees to anglers. This commercial use could be increased in the future. Madison River Approximately 3 ½ miles of the Madison River flow through the western boundary of the Madison Spring Creek Ranch. This section of the river offers deep, slow holes along the braided side channels providing dynamic and diversified fishing opportunities. The multiple braids and islands create a wetland paradise that is picturesque and ideal for wade fisherman. A Pure Spring Creek Approximately 2 miles of Rey Creek traverse the southern section of the ranch. Rey Creek is a classic small, riffle-run and pool spring creek that holds healthy populations of brown trout with some fish reaching 18+ inches and the average fish around 12-14 inches. Rey Creek is a model and challenging spring creek fishery and is improving each season since its restoration in 2012. Enjoy stalking fish on your hands and knees in this intimate creek setting. Darlington Spring Creek Known as a trophy brown trout fishery, Darlington Spring Creek, or more locally known as Darlington Ditch, meanders through the ranch for approximately 3 ½ miles. Enhanced for fish habitat, Darlington Ditch is known as a stimulating brown trout fishery with amazing fall and spring runs of spawning brown and rainbow trout, respectively. Because of all the fabulous water amenities and lack of development, wildlife thrives in the Lower Madison Valley. For the waterfowl hunter, there is an abundance of opportunities. The Madison River, Darlington Ditch and Rey spring creeks all support local varieties of nesting waterfowl. As northern migratory birds arrive and the Madison River freezes in late fall, ducks and geese search for open water that concentrates the flock on Darlington and Rey spring creeks and other open spring water in the valley. Whitetail deer tend to congregate along the cottonwood-lined river bottoms during the day and head into the valley in the afternoons to feed on the native grasses. Upland bird populations are abundant on the ranch due to the agricultural operations, ample amounts of live water and food plots. From big game to waterfowl and upland bird hunting and near year-round fishing, the Madison Spring Creek Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise. The Lower Madison Valley’s mild climate is well-suited for raising livestock. This area is great horse or cattle country where minimal snow cover means reduced winter feeding. The Madison Spring Creek Ranch has been operated in the past as a cattle ranch and is optimized for agricultural production with 700± irrigable acres. Buck Brannaman, famously known as “the Horse Whisperer”, got his start on the property working with horseman Ray Hunt while training horses. Madison Spring Creek Ranch is an unparalleled offering in the Madison Valley with over 9 miles of river and spring creek across 1,050 acres. The unique quality of the riparian resources brings the fishing and hunting opportunities to a whole other level. It is a ranch for all generations to enjoy within easy reach of the charm and amenities of southwest Montana’s best communities.

427 acres Manhattan, MT $6,500,000

427 acres Manhattan, MT

Gallatin County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: River House

Circle B Spring Creek Ranch is 427 acres with excellent water rights and irrigated ground, located minutes from the farming community of Manhattan, Montana. Coupled with 1.6 miles of excellent fishing on Baker and V Creeks, 1.5 miles of West Gallatin River frontage and .5 mile of private fishing on Monk Spring Creek, the recreational attributes alone are enough to desire as an owner. There is excellent potential to expand upon the length of the fisheries to enhance habitat for fish and waterfowl alike. Waterfowl and whitetail hunting in the Fall is excellent on this property, and implementing a small grain crop could bring the pheasant hunting to first-rate status. To complete the picture, the beautiful house has been renovated to a 5 bedroom, 4 Bath luxury of comfort creating a space to invite guests, enjoy family or reside quietly enjoying the sounds of the nearby creek. A finished garage with studio apartment, barn with guest quarters and a machine shop complete the homestead. Circle B Spring Creek Ranch is a historic property whose visionary management combined with world-class fishing and wildlife create a perfect sportsmens paradise in southwest Montana. The collaboration of quality, location and amenities provide perfect balance to make this a truly unique and special experience. Only 20 minutes to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and 30 minutes to the cultural center of Bozeman providing excellent dinning, shopping and events.

696 acres Belgrade, MT $5,790,000

696 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Located in Belgrade, Montana, 20 minutes west of Bozeman, the Running Colter Ranch represents premier spring creek trout fishing and pheasant hunting. The ranch is offered as two separate parcels or as one 696+/- acre ranch. Enjoy ¾ mile of excellent spring creek fishing on Bull Run Creek or “cast and blast” the private waterfowl ponds and sloughs. All-season recreational opportunities from golf to world-class downhill and cross-country skiing are available at nearby Big Sky Resort. Scenic building sites are located on both parcels. Virtually all waterways on the ranch have been expertly enhanced to maximize an incoming owner’s outdoor recreation. Wetlands and creeks on the property are enrolled in an enhancement mitigation bank, and full details are available from the listing broker. With two spring-fed waterfowl ponds and several smaller creeks and sloughs, enjoy one of the finest sporting properties in southwestern Montana near Bozeman.  Running Colter Ranch is comprised of approximately 696 deeded acres with a mix of riparian corridors, irrigated cropland, pasture and wildlife corridors. Bull Run Creek traverses from north to south along the western boundary and has been enhanced with ponds and improvements to benefit wildlife. The lower creamery ditch crosses at a diagonal from the southwest corner to the northeast corner. The 264 acres of irrigated cropland are located throughout the property with springs and wetland areas interspersed throughout the corridors, separating the farmland and significantly adding to the wildlife habitat. Improvements are located on the northern edge of the property. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch house was built in 1910 and remodeled in 1965, and is in poor to fair condition. The 24” x 30” garage was built in 2000, and the 30” x 40” open face shed was built in 1964. Both of these buildings are in fair condition. The current ownership has managed Running Colter primarily to promote wildlife habitat and property health. A neighboring rancher currently leases the crop and hay grounds for production. To maximize the game bird and wildlife habitat, no grazing has currently been utilized. Running Colter has ample water to irrigate the 264 acres currently being farmed, with a diversity of sources of the irrigation rights. Water is applied through flooding and the use of the 3 center pivot irrigation systems. This property is extremely well watered for agricultural purposes with the supplemental benefits of increased wildlife habitat. The property is home to an incredible diversity of game and non-game birds, along with plentiful wildlife. Whitetail deer, pheasants and many types of waterfowl are found in abundance. Hungarian Partridge, dove, moose and Black bear are not uncommon. Raptors including Bald eagles, Great Horned owls, Red-tailed and Rough-legged hawks, and Kestrel falcons at times call this property home. The number and variety of songbirds that can be seen at the bird feeders off the back porch are incredible. Other full time or part time residents to this paradise include Red fox, coyotes, mink, river otter, turkey, marmot, Ruffed grouse and raccoon. The hunting dogs will be eager to work for game birds along the many water features of Running Colter Ranch. The waters of Bull Run Creek have been enhanced for both trout and waterfowl. The grain fields lining the creek willow for excellent feed and cover close to the water sources. Bull Run Creek spring creek is one of the hidden angling gems in the Gallatin valley, offering great opportunities for the fly fisherman. The springs and water expressions provide the warm groundwater needed to allow for cold weather waterfowl opportunities.

86 acres Bozeman, MT $4,950,000

86 acres Bozeman, MT

Gallatin County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

To say Four Creeks is 86 acres with a 3,900 plus square foot farmhouse located in the Rocky Mountains, 16 miles from Bozeman would be true but miss the point. It is really beauty, serenity, nature, outdoor life, community, peace, and privacy in a world apart from the world. Four Creeks lies on the confluence of the streams that form the heart of historic Springhill Community at the foot of the Bridger range. Ross and Jones Creeks, Truman Gulch and Dry Fork, along with a large farm pond, countless springs, lush pasture and certified organic hayfields provide a rich and varied wildlife corridor. The Prairie-style farmhouse is the center of the wheel from which radiates the land and its features and offerings. It is brand-old, built new in 1993 with pains taken for authenticity. The standards were high in design, materials and craftsmanship, from Aga and Tulikivi stoves in the kitchen to Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass door panels to 2 thick Southern yellow pine floors. There are four bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths plus a 2,400 sq. ft. basement, much of it finished, and a traditional dairy barn with a finished loft studio and half bath. There are always whitetails grazing, usually in sight of the house. Moose, black bear, elk, mountain lions, bald eagles, wild turkeys, sandhill cranes, geese, ducks, pheasant, blue herons and kingfishers are common sightings. Pristine views of the nearby mountains and complete privacy are protected by the best zoning district in the county. Stands of hundred-year-old fir trees, lush wetlands and groves of aspens abound. The mixture of gentle hills and level ground makes this a uniquely livable spot. Its cooler when the valley gets hot because of water and shade, with enough flat ground to ride horses in the summer and cross-country ski in the winter. A nineteenth century, one-room schoolhouse is still in operation, and an historic church has held meetings for a local womens club for over a hundred years, knitting together a diverse community of people, from ranchers and retirees to artists and doctors. Its the kind of place you never want to leave, even though town is just minutes away. The one- acre pond is inhabited by a wild population of browns, rainbows and brook trout that have been part of the watershed for generations. Its a great place for broomball and ice skating parties in the winter, and in the summer its the spot for kids water play, family celebrations, or just a great place to float and read a book in peace. Four Creeks is the incomparable blending of pastoral and mountain views, wildlife, classic architecture, privacy, community and access to town.

442 acres Belgrade, MT $3,250,000

442 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage

Located in Belgrade, Montana, 20 minutes west of Bozeman, Running Colter South represents premier spring creek trout fishing and pheasant hunting. This is the southern lot offered with 442 acres, alternatively consider the entire parcel. All-season recreational opportunities from golf to world-class downhill and cross-country skiing are available at nearby Big Sky Resort. Scenic building sites are located on both parcels. Virtually all waterways on the ranch have been expertly enhanced to maximize an incoming owner’s outdoor recreation.  Running Colter South is comprised of approximately 442 deeded acres with a mix of riparian cooridors, irrigated cropland, pasture and wildlife corridors. The 264 acres of irrigated cropland are located throughout the property with springs and wetland areas interspersed throughout the corridors, separating the farmland and significantly adding to the wildlife habitat. The current ownership has managed Running Colter primarily to promote wildlife habitat and property health. A neighboring rancher currently leases the crop and hay grounds for production. To maximize the game bird and wildlife habitat, no grazing has currently been utilized. Running Colter has ample water to irrigate the 264 acres currently being farmed, with a diversity of sources of the irrigation rights. Water is applied through flooding and the use of the 3 center pivot irrigation systems. This property is extremely well watered for agricultural purposes with the supplemental benefits of increased wildlife habitat. The property is home to an incredible diversity of game and non-game birds, along with plentiful wildlife. Whitetail deer, pheasants and many types of waterfowl are found in abundance. Hungarian Partridge, dove, moose and Black bear are not uncommon. Raptors including Bald eagles, Great Horned owls, Red-tailed and Rough-legged hawks, and Kestrel falcons at times call this property home. The number and variety of songbirds that can be seen at the bird feeders off the back porch are incredible. Other full time or part time residents to this paradise include Red fox, coyotes, mink, river otter, turkey, marmot, Ruffed grouse and raccoon. The hunting dogs will be eager to work for game birds along the many water features of Running Colter Ranch. The waters of Bull Run Creek have been enhanced for both trout and waterfowl. The grain fields lining the creek willow for excellent feed and cover close to the water sources. Bull Run Creek spring creek is one of the hidden angling gems in the Gallatin valley, offering great opportunities for the fly fisherman. The springs and water expressions provide the warm groundwater needed to allow for cold weather waterfowl opportunities.

254 acres Belgrade, MT $2,750,000

254 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage

Located in Belgrade, Montana, 20 minutes west of Bozeman, Running Colter North represents premier spring creek trout fishing and pheasant hunting. This is the northern lot offered with 254 acres, alternatively consider the entire parcel. Enjoy ¾ mile of excellent spring creek fishing on Bull Run Creek or “cast and blast” the private waterfowl ponds and sloughs. All-season recreational opportunities from golf to world-class downhill and cross-country skiing are available at nearby Big Sky Resort. Scenic building sites are located on both parcels. Virtually all waterways on the ranch have been expertly enhanced to maximize an incoming owner’s outdoor recreation. Wetlands and creeks on the property are enrolled in an enhancement mitigation bank, and full details are available from the listing broker. With two spring-fed waterfowl ponds and several smaller creeks and sloughs, enjoy one of the finest sporting properties in southwestern Montana near Bozeman.  Running Colter North is comprised of approximately 254 deeded acres with a mix of riparian corridors, irrigated cropland, pasture and wildlife corridors. Bull Run Creek traverses from north to south along the western boundary and has been enhanced with ponds and improvements to benefit wildlife. The lower creamery ditch crosses at a diagonal from the southwest corner to the northeast corner. The 264 acres of irrigated cropland are located throughout the property with springs and wetland areas interspersed throughout the corridors, separating the farmland and significantly adding to the wildlife habitat. Improvements are located on the northern edge of the property. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch house was built in 1910 and remodeled in 1965, and is in poor to fair condition. The 24” x 30” garage was built in 2000, and the 30” x 40” open face shed was built in 1964. Both of these buildings are in fair condition. The current ownership has managed Running Colter primarily to promote wildlife habitat and property health. A neighboring rancher currently leases the crop and hay grounds for production. To maximize the game bird and wildlife habitat, no grazing has currently been utilized. Running Colter has ample water to irrigate the 264 acres currently being farmed, with a diversity of sources of the irrigation rights. Water is applied through flooding and the use of the 3 center pivot irrigation systems. This property is extremely well watered for agricultural purposes with the supplemental benefits of increased wildlife habitat. The property is home to an incredible diversity of game and non-game birds, along with plentiful wildlife. Whitetail deer, pheasants and many types of waterfowl are found in abundance. Hungarian Partridge, dove, moose and Black bear are not uncommon. Raptors including Bald eagles, Great Horned owls, Red-tailed and Rough-legged hawks, and Kestrel falcons at times call this property home. The number and variety of songbirds that can be seen at the bird feeders off the back porch are incredible. Other full time or part time residents to this paradise include Red fox, coyotes, mink, river otter, turkey, marmot, Ruffed grouse and raccoon. The hunting dogs will be eager to work for game birds along the many water features of Running Colter Ranch. The waters of Bull Run Creek have been enhanced for both trout and waterfowl. The grain fields lining the creek willow for excellent feed and cover close to the water sources. Bull Run Creek spring creek is one of the hidden angling gems in the Gallatin valley, offering great opportunities for the fly fisherman. The springs and water expressions provide the warm groundwater needed to allow for cold weather waterfowl opportunities.

35 acres Livingston, MT $2,690,000

35 acres Livingston, MT

Gallatin County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

When early day settlers first arrived in the west they had the distinct advantage of picking the best spots in any particular valley to establish themselves. The Stonewall Homestead exemplifies this as it is tucked in along a heavily wooded creek in the foothills of the mountains protected from the elements yet exposed to the unobstructed mountain views that frame the Yellowstone River Valley. At 35 acres, it has become known to us as Little Big Place. One should not be fooled by its scale as it offers many of the same recreational and aesthetic advantages of the larger ranches in the valley. A 3,500 SF custom log home was sited adjacent to a trout pond and a four stall horse barn with attached corrals was constructed near the residence. This property, located less than 20 minutes south of Livingston, has convenient year-round access and has all the advantages of the many services offered by this thriving community including landscape/lawn services, house cleaning, horse boarding, fishing guides as well as multiple fine dining options. - making this an extremely comfortable location. It is without question a place that an owner could conveniently plug into and out of hassle free. For adventure, the Beartooth Wilderness is literally located out the back gate through deeded access to Forest Service lands. Alternatively one could be standing in the Yellowstone River which is within view of the house inside of ten minutes. Stonewall is also just a short 40 minute drive to Yellowstone National Park.

115.58 acres Belgrade, MT $2,595,000

115.58 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Kelly Duncan Clearwater Montana Properties

Type: Residential 3 Beds | 3 Baths

Gorgeous gentleman's farm in the heart of the Gallatin Valley. Income producing ag land, live water, gorgeous custom home with 360 degree views of all mountain ranges. Trout pond, 70X75 heated shop with full RV hookups and 1600 sq. foot apartment. 100 acres tillable land with center pivot and water rights. 30 minutes to the airport, within minutes of world class fly fishing , skiing and hiking. Bring your horses and enjoy all this property has to offer. Guest house has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath.

115.8 acres Belgrade, MT $2,595,000

115.8 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Kelly Duncan Clearwater Montana Properties

Type: Acreage 3 Beds

Gorgeous gentleman's farm in the heart of the Gallatin Valley. Income producing ag land, live water, gorgeous custom home with 360 degree views of all mountain ranges. Trout pond, 70X75 heated shop with full RV hookups and 1600 sq. foot apartment. 100 acres tillable land with center pivot and water rights. 30 minutes to the airport, within minutes of world class fly fishing , skiing and hiking. Bring your horses and enjoy all this property has to offer. Guest house has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath.

115 acres Belgrade, MT $2,595,000

115 acres Belgrade, MT

Gallatin County Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 3484 SqFt

This is a one of a kind find in the heart of the Gallatin Valley. Income producing ag land, live water, gorgeous 3500 sq. foot custom home(ADA accessible) with 360 degree views of all mountain ranges. Trout pond, 70X75 heated shop with full RV hookups and 1600 sq. foot apartment. 100 acres tillable land with center pivot and senior water rights. 30 minutes to the airport, within minutes of world class fly fishing , skiing and hiking. Bring your horses and enjoy all this property has to offer. Guest house has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath and would be perfect for a rental or caretaker's apartment. This property is set up for a private residence or has all the amenities for a corporate retreat.

79 acres Bozeman, MT $2,495,000

79 acres Bozeman, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

Entire offering price is $2.495M, reduced from $5.95M - 58% Off!  Offered in lots: Lot 1 is comprised of 55.91 acres with main home, garage and guest apartment for $1,855,000. Lot 2 encompasses 20 acres with caretaker's home and workshop for $675,000. Located on the East bank of the Gallatin River nine miles from Bozeman, this setting is almost too good to be true. Belgrade and the Gallatin Field Airport are less than ten minutes from the property. Gallatin River Sporting Paradise is available in one of three ways:  • Lot 1 - 55.91 acres with the main home, garage and guest apartment. • Lot 2 - 20 acres with a large caretaker’s home and workshop.   • Entire offering - 79+/- acres with river frontage and improvements.   The property is complemented by three major modern structures that are useful and comfortable. There is a single story main residence with detached garage and guest apartment upstairs. Approximately ¼ mile to the south is the caretaker’s residence, large shop and storage cabin.  The entry to the main home is through a large sculpted custom electric gate. This gate helps enclose the 9 groomed acres that help preserve kids, dogs, privacy and security. This area has underground sprinkler system with 117 heads. At first glance the main home and garage/guest home appear to be log. In fact, they are of standard construction with 3½-inch thick ponderosa pine log siding and drywall inside. This gives a great look that fits the environment yet is still very low maintenance. The main residence is a three bedroom, three bath, ranch style home of approximately 2,400 square feet. The home was built in 2001 and that year won the Bozeman area Parade of Homes.  Large windows on every side give a commanding view of the property and are great for natural light and wildlife viewing.   Built to match the home and just a few steps away is the two-car garage, shop and storage area with an upstairs guest apartment. The garage has radiant floor heat, space for two cars leaving room for a large shop area. The apartment has two bedrooms and one bath, indoor and outdoor access, plus a scenic balcony.         The caretaker’s home and workshop have a total of 4,400 square feet of finished space. The ground level has a 2,200 square foot shop/storage area giving ample room for all types of projects. The upstairs has three bedrooms, two baths, is beautifully finished, with large windows and a balcony with great views.  Both levels have radiant floor heating, and the upstairs has central air conditioning.   The property is home to an incredible diversity of game and non-game birds and animals. Whitetail deer, pheasants, and many types of waterfowl are found in abundance. Hungarian partridge, dove, moose and black bear are not uncommon. Raptors including bald eagles, great horned owls, red-tailed and rough-legged hawks, and kestrel falcons at times call this property home. The number and variety of songbirds that can be seen at the bird feeders off the back porch are incredible. Other full-time or part-time residents to this paradise include red fox, coyotes, mink, river otter, turkey, marmot, ruffed grouse and raccoon. Gallatin River Sporting Paradise boasts over ¼ mile of one of the best fishing and most private stretches of the Gallatin River. The property lies upstream from most of the main irrigation diversions so it enjoys far more water than one would see just a few miles downstream. It is also about 3 miles downstream and 2 ½ miles up from any public access making it very private and seldom fished by anyone other than the owner. Being downstream from the Gallatin Canyon and upstream from much of the irrigation diversion gives this area a high fish count and a great average size. Browns and rainbows are common with the occasional brook trout being caught. The Valley Ditch flows all year long and crosses the property for almost ¾ of a mile offering a small technical fishery. It looks and fishes very much like a small spring creek and is a wonderful addition to the property.  Its course takes the stream right by the main residence, guest apartment and caretaker’s home. Gallatin River Sporting Paradise represents the finest in trout fishing, shooting, bird and deer hunting available in Montana and the Northern Rocky Mountains. 

280 acres West Yellowstone, MT $2,390,000

280 acres West Yellowstone, MT

Gallatin County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

The South Fork Madison Ranch is a rare find in the western United States and touts pristine alpine views, varied live water features and one mile of forest service boundary.  An incoming owner can enjoy the river, creeks, wetlands and ponds on the property while indulging in all of the recreational opportunities that abound in nearby Yellowstone National Park.  The ranch is located in West Yellowstone, Montana, one mile from US Highway 20 and five miles from the entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The community of West Yellowstone has 1,200 year-round residents, however during summer months, over one million people from around the world pass through town to visit Yellowstone National Park.  This region of Montana is one of the most sought-after areas for fly fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing and mountain biking.  During the summer, West Yellowstone receives daily air service from Salt Lake City and the 8,000’ runway accommodates most private planes throughout the year.  Additional airports with commercial air service are located in Jackson Hole, Idaho Falls and Bozeman. The South Fork Madison Ranch is comprised of approximately 280 contiguous deeded acres.  The gently rolling topography includes grass pastures, sage uplands and willow lowlands.   The ranch shares over one mile of common boundary with the Gallatin National Forest offering access to over two million acres of land.  The ranch encompasses many live water features including two creeks, two large ponds and a stretch of the South Fork of the Madison River. The South Fork Madison Ranch touts an incredible amount and variety of live water. The Denney Creek and another unnamed spring creek flow through the property for over a half mile and enter the South Fork of the Madison River.  These two spring creeks feed the ranch’s two large ponds and provide a path for trout to move throughout the system to Hebgen Lake.  Both creeks on the ranch are perfect candidates for fisheries enhancement work.  The north end of the property straddles the South Fork of the Madison River and offers great fly fishing opportunities with exceptional hatches. 

285 acres Bozeman, MT $2,350,000

285 acres Bozeman, MT

Gallatin County David Viers & Associates - The Ranch Brokers David Viers & Associates - The Ranch Brokers

Type: Acreage w/House 1700 SqFt

North Ridge Ranch Location: Bozeman, Montana Located in the scenic corridor between Bozeman and Livingston, this ranch is 13 miles from Bozeman, Montana and only 20 miles from the town of Livingston. North Ridge Ranch consists of 285 acres adjoining hundreds of acres of public land. The residence is a log home of 1,700 square feet and there is a hand built barn. Only 22 miles from Gallatin Field Airport and 10 Miles to Bridger Ski area. Offered at $2,350,000 Please click the Helpful Files tab above to download complete brochure.
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