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3,050 acres Augusta, MT $9,250,000

3,050 acres Augusta, MT

Lewis and Clark County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Exquisite Home & Equestrian Facilities on Premier Trout Water The Sun River Ranch, adjacent to Montanas majestic Rocky Mountain Front one of the most stunning geological thrust-belt formations in North America, contains approximately 3,050 total acres straddling the Sun River. The Ranch is set in the dramatic intersection between the striking Rocky Mountains to the west and the vast grassy prairies to the east. The tranquility and privacy of the surreal setting represent an attractive opportunity to own a remarkable turn-key fly-fishing and equestrian property on renowned trout water. The Ranch is conveniently located about 17 miles west of Augusta and a comfortable 1-hour drive from the commercial and private airport services in Great Falls. The architecturally-designed main compound is a tasteful combination of log and stone sited above the Sun River providing commanding vistas of the River and The Fronts Sawtooth Ridge and Castle Reef. It is easy to appreciate the thought and effort put into the placement and design of each structure on the Ranch. Too often the process of placing improvements in an inimitable landscape is hastily done. The owner of the Sun River Ranch spent nearly a year carefully evaluating and assessing locations for views, weather and sunshine. Attention to every detail is evident in this masterfully-crafted and architecturally-correct home. The state-of-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style that is boasted throughout the home make the Sun River Ranch the ultimate Montana retreat. Complementing the home is a carefully designed equestrian barn, complete with attendants quarters, tack room, wash bay and grooming station. The helipad and hangar located near the compound provide for ease of travel for those who take advantage of private-air travel. The Ranch must be personally experienced to appreciate the extraordinary care and detail that have been put into the design, construction and final finish. The Sun River courses through the Ranch for over three miles and is a tributary of the Missouri River a relatively unknown tail-water fishery created by Gibson Dam. The deep holes, frequent riffles, runs and glides of this scenic section of the Sun offer boundless fishing. The riparian corridor along the Sun River is graced by large stands of cottonwood trees, aspens and willows. A five-acre stocked pond has been meticulously enhanced to create an ideal environment for prolific rainbows. Devoted anglers will also appreciate that the famed tail-water stretch of the Missouri River below Holter Dam is a comfortable hours drive from the Ranch. The wildlife on the Ranch is abundant and is further enhanced by the adjoining 19,000-acre Sun River Game Range and immediate access to the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Scapegoat Wilderness areas. The recreational opportunities that the Ranch offers to the next fortunate owner are unique and abundant. Individuals desirous of escaping to the cool summer evenings and temperate summer days to enjoy horseback riding, fishing and hunting in a premier location will appreciate the opportunity the Sun River Ranch provides. The Seller owns an additional 1,341 deed acres located southeast of the Sun River Ranch. This additional acreage can be purchased in conjunction with the Sun River Ranch and would provide a nice irrigated base and additional pasture if a new owner was desirous of expanding the agricultural component of the Sun River Ranch. Additional details of this parcel are described in the Physical Description section of the Offering Brochure, or feel free to contact our Bozeman office for price, maps, water rights and acreage classification.

0 acres Helena, MT $6,000,000

0 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: River Property

1,212 Acre Feet of Senior Water Rights Five Individual Water Rights in Tenmile Creek As growing numbers of people migrate to the urban areas of Montana, the value placed on what many savvy investors and hydrologists are calling "blue gold" will continue to grow. The Tenmile Creek Water Rights are comprised of five individual water rights totaling 1,212 acre-feet which have been changed from irrigation water rights to temporary in-stream use. Located west of Helena Montanas state capital the Tenmile Creek drainage serves as the major water source for the citys municipal water supply. The Helena Valley is positioned on the eastern front of the Rocky Mountains. Both Helena and Great Falls continue to experience consistent growth which in turn places greater demands on a limited water supply. Competition for senior water rights will only become more competitive and difficult to acquire as the popularity of the Rocky Mountain States grows. The rush to control water resources is gathering speed around the Nation. Rural residents around the country are attracted to selling their land and water to water bottlers like Nestl and Aquafina as well as municipalities. Oil companies utilizing large quantities of water to run their operations are seeking to buy up available water supplies. This is happening in Eastern Montana and Northern Wyoming as companies prepare to drill for coal-bed methane. The one commodity that sells today at gas stations and convenience stores for almost twice the price of gasoline is water, and consumers never complain about it. Though it seems expensive to buy water rights, consider how much bottled water costs $1.00 per quart or $4.00 per gallon equates to $1,300,000 per acre-foot and it only gets utilized once. With a water right the use is in perpetuity! The Upper Missouri Basin is a closed basin to new appropriation of surface water or groundwater development. The result being that new water rights are very difficult if not impossible to obtain for city municipalities, irrigation or development. Where does one find a solid investment in liquid assets today which doesnt require feed, maintenance, tax levys or management?

4,218 acres Lincoln, MT $4,900,000

4,218 acres Lincoln, MT

Lewis and Clark County Ward Fenton Fenton Enterprises

Type: Acreage w/House

LINCOLN RANCH *** Please click the 'Helpful Files' tab above to access complete brochure *** The Lincoln Ranch is a very unique property that is located in the heart of Montanas most beautiful mountains. It is only 2 miles from Lincoln, MT and joins the famous Bob Marshall Wilderness area on one side. The ranch is approximately 100 miles from Great Falls, 70 miles from Missoula, and about 80 miles from Helena, all with major airports, shopping centers, hospitals, and other services. The little town of Lincoln has all the necessities restaurants, banks, convenience center, motels and excellent schools K-12. Acreage: Deeded acres 1,598 State of Montana lease 2,620 Total acres 4,218 plus a forest permit to graze 150 AU for about 3 months. Land Use: The ranch has been operated as a cow/calf operation, normally running about 200 head of Angus cows. The nice meadows along Beaver Creek are used to raise hay to winter the cattle; the balance of the land is used for grazing. These large meadows that lie along the creeks and waterways are surrounded by timber and mountains that go directly back to the Scapegoat Wilderness area and the Bob Marshall Wilderness area, one of the most primitive areas in the United States. Improvements: The buildings are very functional; however, most of them are 40 to 100 years old. The main dwelling is a unique style with large open porches, constructed in the late 1800s. In addition, there are extensive sheds, corrals and garages for machinery. Timber: There is an estimated 2 million board feet of timber on the property. Recreation, Wildlife & Fishing: The ranch is a wildlife haven. It is home to many species of wildlife such as elk, deer, bears, mountain lions, water fowl and more. Large herds of elk winter on the ranch. Beaver Creek is a good-sized trout stream which offers excellent fishing. The recreational opportunities are unlimited and include cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, camping, hiking and horseback riding. Easement: The owners have granted a conservation easement to the US Fish & Wildlife Service on the deeded portion of the land which prohibits subdividing and protects the wetland. A copy of the easement can be supplied upon request. Taxes: $5800 annually. State Lease: Approximately $4000 cost per year. NOTE: Information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed. Prospective buyers are advised to verify all information to their own satisfaction.

1,338 acres Canyon Creek, MT $3,750,000

1,338 acres Canyon Creek, MT

Lewis and Clark County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Situated in the Little Prickly Pear Valley, 22 miles northwest of Helena, Montana, is the Prickly Pear Mountain Ranch. Comprised of 1,338 deeded acres and 800 BLM acres, including 320 acres of riparian corridor and 1,800 acres in a variety of unique mountain terrain, the ranch offers habitat to wildlife including elk, Whitetail and Mule deer, mountain lion, black bear, and the occasional grizzly bear or wolf. Surrounded by public land on three sides, an incoming owner will enjoy privacy and peace unrivaled by other ranches. Little Prickly Pear Creek runs through the ranch for approximately one mile providing onsite fishing opportunities for rainbow, brook and brown trout. Naturally appealing, the irrigated meadows accent the valley meadows of the ranch, some of which are used for hay production. Year round accessibility provides the opportunity to live on the ranch continually or make this a summer vacation property. Improvements include a custom 4-bedroom main home and “Herb’s House,” a 4-bedroom guesthouse. Prickly Pear Mountain Ranch is an ideal choice for a family or corporate retreat. Comprised of 1,338 deeded acres with an adjoining 800-acre BLM lease, including 320 acres of riparian corridor and 1,800 acres in a variety of unique mountain terrain, the ranch acreage is naturally appealing. Irrigated meadows accent the valley of the ranch, some of which are used for hay production. Year round accessibility provides the opportunity to live on the ranch continually or make this a summer vacation property. Significant stands of Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine are present from the creek through the upper reaches of the ranch. The creekside and wetland areas are populated with alder, cottonwood and aspen trees. Timber stands throughout the ranch appear to be in good health and provide cover for wildlife. This immaculate 4,987 sqft log home is ideal for year round living or as a second home with plenty of room for visiting family and friends. The residence boasts a spectacular gourmet kitchen, expansive living room with massive stone fireplace, upstairs master suite, library and main floor bedroom and bath. The remaining upstairs living area is accessed by separate entry and includes a 2-bedroom, 1-bath mother in-law suite with kitchen and living room. The sprawling outdoor spaces feature large decks and patios. This custom home was constructed with expert craftsmanship by a well-known Helena builder. The attached 3-car garage and greenhouse add to the overall functionality of the home. Little Prickly Pear Creek flows through the property for approximately 1 mile and is the ideal size for wade fishing with plenty of casting room. Basic stream enhancement work has improved the creek, and it fishes very well with rainbow, brook and brown trout being the most prolific. The creek headwaters are situated near the Continental Divide, a few miles west of the ranch. Once onsite, the creek takes on the character of an idyllic meadow fishery as it meanders through hay ground and bends in the shadow of the bracketing mountains. From its deep slots and undercut banks lined with lush vegetation and healthy willows, to its classic riffle-run-pool dynamic, Little Prickly Pear Creek provides an excellent trout habitat. Due to the abundance of food sources such as mayflies, caddis, and stoneflies, the trout inhabiting the deepest holes have good size, with a few bigger ones from time to time allowing for the classic fisherman stories. Little Prickly Pear Creek is the ideal light tackle fishery for stalking and fooling the wary resident trout. This alder and willow-lined fishery features multiple deep holes with crystal-clear water for targeting the nimble feeders of the deep. The stream flows become slightly lower in late summer with trout gathering into the bigger pools. Several springs provide consistent cold, clear water making Little Prickly Pear Creek an excellent candidate for further enhancement work to create more deep runs and holding water. Along with the varied terrain and habitat comes an incredible diversity of wildlife. Many species of big game animals can be found on the ranch and the surrounding national forest. An incoming owner can expect excellent big game hunting opportunities for elk, mule and whitetail deer, black bear, mountain lion, sharptailed and mountain grouse. The surrounding area and the ranch specifically offer great potential for trophy quality elk and mule deer. Prickly Pear Mountain Ranch is a unique offering with a serene ranch feel, stunning views, ample wildlife and an incredible custom home. The close proximity to Montana’s capital of Helena provides nearby amenities. With private creek fishing onsite and plentiful recreational opportunities close at hand, Prickly Pear Mountain Ranch is an ideal escape in a striking valley setting in the Rocky Mountain West.

678 acres Augusta, MT $2,375,000

678 acres Augusta, MT

Lewis and Clark County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek PRICE REDUCTION! The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek, historically known as the Shoco Ranch, is located near beautiful and historic Augusta, Montana. In the shadows of one of the most magnificent mountain features in the West the Rocky Mountain Front and Haystack Butte, this Montana ranch for sale straddles about one and a half miles of Smith Creek, one of the finest personal-sized trout streams in the area. This Montana Ranch for sale consists of about 678 acres of deeded land with approximately 260 acres of lush creek bottom, sub-irrigated pastures and irrigated hay meadows. The hay meadows have been leveled and are predominately flood irrigated with gated pipe. Approximately five acres are under buildings and corrals with the balance in native range land. A small 47-acre State of Montana Lease parcel located on the northeast corner of the Ranch will also convey with the sale. Modest but well-kept improvements are easily accessible just off of Highway 435. The pastures of this Montana ranch are judicially fenced to maximize grazing efficiency of the meadows and the riparian corridor. Smith Creek is fenced off with wildlife-friendly fencing protecting this prolific fishery from livestock disturbance. Owned by the Shortridge Family for over one-hundred years, this Montana Ranch has both an historic appeal and enticing recreational amenities. Historically operated as a pure-bred Red Angus cattle operation by the Shortridge Family, the Ranch will provide its next owner an authentic, productive ranch on a great trout fishery and hunting preserve with close proximity to some of the very best outdoor recreation and beauty Montana has to offer. The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek conveys a genuine sense of security and privacy while living less than an hour from Great Falls. REDUCED TO $2,375,000

4,154 acres Wolf Creek, MT $2,056,230

4,154 acres Wolf Creek, MT

Lewis and Clark County Bill Bahny Bill Bahny & Associates, LLC Real Estate

Type: Acreage

PRICE REDUCED The O'Connell Ranch is located on Lyons Creek just south of Wolf Creek, Montana and consists of 4,154 deeded acres and 3,830 acres of Montana State leased lands. It is the headwaters of Lyons Creek which has exceptional fishing for Brookies and Cut Throats, has a creek on Bear Gulch and springs too numerous to mention. Property has Pine and Fir trees. The ranch is in the mountains with Mitchell Mountain (7,031 ft. In elevation) on the south boundary and Rogers Mountain (6,921 ft. in elevation) is the north boundary, The south fork of the Lyons Creek drainage is a main elk calving ground for area 339 and the whole Lyons Creek drainage is a "critical security area for all big game in the western 2/3rds of hunting district 339 and southern portion of 423, quoted from the Montana Fish and Game. The ranch is home to not only elk, but mule deer, black bear, upland game birds, moose, wolves and an occasional grizzly bear. They can only drive on 1 road, can not camp, no fires, and can use horses. However you as the owner can, of course use all the roads and 2 ranches have quite a network of logging roads that are excellent 4-wheel riding, at least 50 miles of roads available to only the owners. A map of the hunters road is included for you to view. The gate on Lyons Creek road is locked the rest of the year. The easement does allow for mining and hydrocarbon exploration, logging. The only thing it does prohibit is subdividing the land, although each ranch is allowed 2 - 5 acres home sites. No restrictions on size or numbers of outbuildings. The easement also allows the rebuilding of any structures that are not for habitation. All in all, it is not too restrictive and thus could be put into a stricter easement. Fishing is not mentioned in the easement and Lyons creek is whirling disease free. Lots of places to build ponds, etc. If you are looking for a very large easy to maintain property this could be it. Also if you want a piece of property in Western Montana to put into a stricter conservation easement, this could be it. As can be seen on the maps, both ranches and the lease land fit very well together to make up a fairly square piece of property of about 22 square miles. If you want an in depth look plan on 2 days, it is that big. The pictures in this brochure can not even show the beauty of these 2 ranches, you must see for yourself.

2.44 acres Helena, MT $1,700,000

2.44 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Commercial

RARE OPPORTUNITY! Lakeside on Hauser is the only commercial establishment on the shore of Hauser Lake. It is located only 10 miles from the capital city of Helena (population +/- 70K), has a fantastic NOI and loyal customer base. It is also the only establishment within miles with a liquor/gaming license. With 250 +/- feet of sandy lake shoreline, HUGE beautiful mature landscaped yard, tiki beach bar, volley ball net area, playground, horseshoe pits, and multilevel maintenance free decking, it is no wonder the residents of Helena flock to this area. Hauser Lake, which consists of nearly 3500 +/- acres of open water, is extremely popular water sport recreation. If you are looking for a solid investment, look no further. This property is the one you have been waiting for!

2 acres Helena, MT $1,700,000

2 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County JUNE TREVOR CLEARWATER MONTANA PROPERTIES

Type: Acreage

Lakeside On Hauser is the premier location for your next business adventure! 250+/- ft of sandy beach shoreline, gorgeous landscaping on 2.4 +/- acres, multi-level decking, high traffic count, horseshoe pits, mountain views and the list goes on and on. Try to find another property that has these attributes! It is the only commercial business on Hauser Lake, which is famous for its fantastic boating/recreation. Only 10 miles from Helena with a fantastic income record and loyal customers.

2.44 acres Helena, MT $1,700,000

2.44 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County JUNE TREVOR CLEARWATER MONTANA PROPERTIES

Type: Acreage w/House

Lakeside on Hauser is the premier location for your next business adventure! 250+/- ft of sandy beach shoreline, gorgeous landscaping on 2.4 +/- acres, multi-level decking, high traffic count, horseshoe pits, mountain views and the list goes on and on. Try to find another property that has these attributes! It is the only commercial business on Hauser Lake, which is famous for its fantastic boating/recreation. Only 10 minutes from Helena with a fantastic income record and loyal customers

3,041 acres Wolf Creek, MT $1,505,295

3,041 acres Wolf Creek, MT

Lewis and Clark County Bill Bahny Bill Bahny & Associates, LLC Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This ranch is located on Lyons Creek just south of Wolf Creek, Montana. Consisting of 3,041 deeded acres and 1,440 acres of Montana State lease. The ranch has 2 miles of Lyons Creek flowing through it as well as 1 mile of South Fork of Lyons creek, with numerous springs are also on the property. Excellent Brook Trout and Cut Throat fishing, elk, deer, black bear, mountain lions, goats, big horn sheep, moose, wolves and the occasional grizzly bear habitat this area. The Lyons Creek Ranch and the O'Connell ranch are main corridors for big game animals moving from the Rocky Mountains to the Big Belt Mountain Range. Mountains near and on the ranch run form 7,031 feet in elevation, Mitchell Mountain, to the drainage at 4,100 feet; with lots of pine trees, fir trees and meadows. A quote from the Fish and Game says, Critical security area for all big game in the Western 2/3rds of hunting district 339 and the southern portion of hunting district 423. The O'Connell Ranch could also be purchased which would add an additional 4,154 deeded acres and 3,830 acres State Leased land. Both ranches have the same Fish and Game conservation easement. Basically it allows hunters to hunt the 2 ranches from Sept. 1st through Nov. 30th. They can only drive on 1 road, can not camp, no fires, and can use horses. However you as the owner can, of course use all the roads and 2 ranches have quite a network of logging roads that are excellent 4-wheel riding, at least 50 miles of roads available to only the owners. A map of the hunters road is included for you to view. The gate on Lyons Creek road is locked the rest of the year. The easement does allow for mining and hydrocarbon exploration and logging. The only thing it does is prohibit subdividing the land, although each ranch is allowed 2 - 5 acres homesites. No restrictions on size or numbers of outbuildings. The easement also allows the rebuilding of any structures that are not for habitation. All in all, it is not too restrictive and thus could be put into a stricter easement. Fishing is not mentioned in the easement and Lyons creek is whirling disease free. Lots of places to build ponds, etc. If you are looking for a very large easy to maintain property this could be it. Also if you want a piece of property in Western Montana to put into a stricter conservation easement, this could be it. As can be seen on the maps, both ranches and the lease land fit very well together to make up a fairly square piece of property of about 22 square miles. If you want an in depth look plan on 2 days, it is that big. The pictures in this brochure can not even show the beauty, you must see for yourself.

41 acres Helena, MT $1,475,000

41 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County JEANNIE LAKE CLEARWATER MONTANA PROPERTIES

Type: Residential 29 Beds | 8 Baths

Perfect Bed and Breakfast or Office Building. New metal roof, boiler replaced, commercial kitchen, brick and concrete construction (replacement value estimated 3.2 Million), 4 firehose cabinets plumbed, not ADA approved but 3 phase power installed for possible elevator, basement approved bomb shelter in the 50s. 41.01 +/- acres of land with a pond and irrigation rights. Historic Odd Fellows Home for the elderly, retired, and orphans. Gorgeous property!

41.01 acres Helena, MT $1,475,000

41.01 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Commercial 29 Beds | 8 Baths | 21936 SqFt

Open a Bed and Breakfast, use as a large office building, a vet hospital or equestrian center. This beautiful and spacious four story brick building is located in a quiet country setting with grand views of five mountain ranges. The building has 50+ rooms and sits on a gorgeous 41+/- acres in the heart of the west Helena valley. Located just 5 minutes from Montana's capital city center, this property is the perfect commercial location with ample parking. Standing four stories tall, the building boasts a 40 foot long great room with a beautiful wood burning fireplace. The second fireplace which is located in the oversized dining room, adds an additional relaxing atmosphere. This property was originally the Odd Fellows Home of Montana built in 1928. The property is steeped in history and was built of brick and reinforced cement, with the only stick built portion being the sizeable attic. The building has a built in fire system with access panels on every floor. There are several on-site springs, which feed the large pond that is located on the back side of the property. The seven mile irrigation rights are in place along with four abundant well rights. This is perfect if growing crops, raising stock, boarding horses are in your plans. Potential uses for this property are endless, with several of the rooms large enough to serve as event sites, weddings, bed and breakfast, and/or office conference rooms. The boiler has been updated with a highly efficient boiler system. The roof was replaced recently, and the septic removal process is complete, and is now connected to city sewer. Call today for a exclusive showing of this historic, elegant, unique and beautiful property.

41 acres Helena, MT $1,475,000

41 acres Helena, MT

Lewis and Clark County Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Beautiful and spacious in a quiet country setting with grand views of five mountain ranges, this home has 50+ rooms and sits on a gorgeous 41+/- acres in the heart of the west Helena valley, 5 minutes from Montana's capital city. 4 stories tall, the home boasts a 40 foot long great room with a beautiful wood burning fireplace. Second fireplace in the oversized dining room adds additional atmosphere. Formerly the Odd Fellows Home of Montana, the property is steeped in history and was built of brick and reinforced cement, with the only stick built portion being the sizeable attic. Several onsite springs feed the pond. 7 Mile irrigation rights are in place along with four abundant wells if planting crops is in your plans. Potential uses for this property are endless, with several of the rooms large enough to serve as event sites and/or office conference rooms. Owners recently installed a $40k replacement boiler, bringing high efficiency to the heating of the building. The roof is recent, and the septic removal process is complete (now connected to city sewer). Call today for a exclusive showing of this unique and beautiful property.

50 acres Lincoln, MT $1,450,000

50 acres Lincoln, MT

Lewis and Clark County Steve Stelling Stelling Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4425 SqFt

The Ultimate Log Home of the Finest Construction in an Absolutely Beautiful Setting of Guaranteed Privacy. A True Work-Of-Art, this Unbelievable Log Masterpiece has the Picture-Perfect Setting & Breathtaking Views to Create One Of The Best Homes Imaginable; Located in a Recreation Wonderland that can only be described as a "Real Dream Come True". *Incredible 4425+/- Sq. Ft. Home of 9" Logs *Unsurpassed Craftsmanship & Quality *Amazing Rock Work Inside & Out with 48' Tall Fireplace *Attached 3+ Log Garage *Radiant Floor Heat & Exquisite Stone Floor Artwork *Massive Open Log Beam & Custom Design *Beautiful Park-Like Setting with Aspen, Pines & Creek *50+ Very Private Acres with No Neighbors Ever In View *Convenient Access & Very Nice Area

635 acres Augusta, MT $1,425,000

635 acres Augusta, MT

Lewis and Clark County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: Acreage

Kindred Ranch Recreation, Agricultural or Equestrian Property Live water and majestic views The Kindred Ranch, named in honor of the generations of family that have lived on the Ranch since its homestead claim in 1908, is set in the dramatic intersection between the striking Rocky Mountain Front to the west and the vast grassy prairies rolling to the eastern horizon. The tranquility and dramatic views from this 635 deeded-acre ranch represent an opportunity to own a recreation, agricultural or equestrian property in a very desirable Montana locale. Elk Creek, a healthy private trout stream, flows through the Ranch for about mile with mature stands of cottonwood, aspen and willow trees that create a wildlife-rich riparian corridor. The improvements on the Kindred Ranch have been completely updated and capture the spectacular views of Haystack Butte, Steamboat Peak and the Front Range, yet maintain the connection of over a century of family history on the Ranch. The original 1908 homestead cabin still stands in the Ranch headquarters as a quiet sentinel to the family anthology. This impeccably maintained Ranch offers the opportunity for comfortable year-round living or as a seasonal escape to enjoy the cool evenings and long temperate summer days that are perfect for horseback riding, fishing and hunting in this premier Rocky Mountain location. Devoted anglers will appreciate that the famed tail-water stretch of the Missouri River below Holter Dam is a comfortable hours drive from the Ranch within easy striking distance when one of the legendary hatches are coming off the river. The wildlife and recreation opportunities on the Ranch are further enhanced by the adjoining 6,400 acre parcel of State Land and the millions of acres of nearby Forest Service and Wilderness lands. The Ranch is ideally suited for a gentlemens ranch or a nice-sized horse operation. Several attractive locations exist to construct a small set of working corrals and riding arena. The lush native pastures are well suited for maintaining several saddle horses or a small herd of cattle for the summer months. With limitless trail riding opportunities out your back door, the next owner could enjoy years of exploring the back country of The Bob Marshall Wilderness Area and the thousands of acres of public land that border the Ranch. The Kindred Ranch compound is easily accessible and conveniently located off of Elk Creek Road about 7 miles southwest of the small agricultural community of Augusta locally known as the Gateway to the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Great Falls, the closest urban center, is a comfortable hour drive from the Ranch and provides commercial and private airport services.
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