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9.24 acres Cooke City, MT Auction - Jul 31, 2014 at 5:00 PM

9.24 acres Cooke City, MT

Park County Merton Musser Musser Bros., Inc.

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Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2610 SqFt

Cooke City Luxury Cabin - Online Only Auction Auction Details: * Bidding Starts: June 20, 2014 at 2:45 PM * Bidding Ends: July 31, 2014 5:00 PM * Property Location: 0 Pilots Roost, Cooke City, MT ONLINE BIDDING ONLY (contact for further details and registration) OPENING BID: $100,000 LENDER OWNED FEATURES: Your own place of paradise in the immediate Northeast of Yellowstone National Park. 3 Bedrooms, 3 baths situated on 9.23 acres with views of the magnificent Absaroka Mountain Range. 3 car garage. Only minutes from Cooke City and the Scenic Beartooth Byway. Property Details: * Acreage: 9.237 acres * Zoned: Residential Property * Year Built: 2001 * Main floor: 1330 square feet * 3 Bedrooms * 2 Baths * Daylight Basement: 1280 square feet * Hot water radiant heat * Propane gas * Concrete foundation * Wood deck SPECIAL NOTE: In order to bid on this property, prospective buyers must make a deposit of $25,000 with Musser Bros, Inc, before bidding privileges will be granted. Contact Merton Musser at (406) 652-2266 for further instructions. Deposit may be made between now and 36 hours prior to scheduled auction closing. All unsuccessful bidder deposits will be refunded in full after auction has closed. More information & Photos Coming

5,366 acres Emigrant, MT $25,000,000

5,366 acres Emigrant, MT

Park County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: River Property

The Dome Mountain Ranch is one of the most famous ranches in southwest Montana, and deservedly so. Set beautifully in the midst of the wild country of southern Paradise Valley, the approximately 5,366 deeded acre (plus an additional 470 State lease acres and 508 BLM lease acres) ranch is bordered on one side by 6.3 accessible miles of the Yellowstone River providing some of the finest wild trout fishing in the world. On three sides the ranch is bordered by public land that stretches to the 932,000 acre Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness which is bordered by Yellowstone National Park and extends south beyond Jackson, Wyoming encompassing an estimated twenty million acres of some of the most beautiful and wild country in the world known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The Montana ranch for sale is stunning, with views over the Yellowstone River Valley and the Gallatin Range to the West, south to the borders of Yellowstone National Park, north over the length of the Yellowstone River to Livingston, MT and East to the peaks of the Absaroka Range. Within the boundaries of the ranch the land transitions through three ecosystems from the river bottom riparian area to the forested mountains of the Absarokas. There are also three lakes on Dome Mountain Ranch, the 25 acre Thelma Lake, the 6 acre Vanessas Lake and a 6 acre alpine lake. The ranch is well improved with a beautiful log home and guest homes as well as the Dome Mountain Guest Ranch structures along the river. Dome Mountain Ranch and its outfitting and guest ranch business has been featured on The Travel Channel, The Outdoor Network, Reel Outdoors, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World TV, Rocky Boots, Elk Country Journal, Cabelas Outdoor Adventures, and other nationally televised programs; as well as been featured in Outdoor Life, Fly Fisher, Trout Magazine, Bugle Magazine (the official publication of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation) and others. Dome Mountain Ranch is most famous for the prolific wildlife that roam its timbered draws and open parks and the amazing trout fishery flowing past in the waters of the Yellowstone River and the private lakes within the ranch. The elk herd at times seems everywhere as trophy bulls, calves and cows seem to appear from every aspen grove as the late afternoon sun creates long shadows. The trout fishing can be as good as it gets with big rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout ready to inhale your dry fly. The new owner may choose to discontinue the commercial aspect of the Montana ranch and enjoy the privacy the ranch provides or continue the lodge and guest ranch endeavors. It is entirely up to the new owner and their goals and desires for the Montana ranch.

19,419 acres Livingston, MT $22,500,000

19,419 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

The 19,419 acre (18,139 deeded) Willow Creek Ranch is located minutes from Livingston and is accessed by a county road which traverses along the east and north boundaries of the ranch and dead ends on the Gallatin National Forest, just above, but away from the ranch. Willow Creek is distinguished by the fact that it offers a massive block of private land that adjoins the national forest, offering some of the finest big game hunting in the region on private lands as well as excellent upland bird shooting. The ranch has historically supported a 600 animal unit livestock operation, although the current owners have been more interested in its wildlife and recreational amenities, which are considerable. The modern livestock support facilities include multiple homes, corrals, barns and sheds, as well as good fencing and cross fencing, and over 1,550 acres of cropland (hay and wheat) of which 267 acres are currently irrigated. The diverse landscape includes irrigated meadows, lush valleys and open rangelands that transition into dramatic bluffs before ascending west into the aspen groves and timbered slopes of the Bangtail Mountains. The extensive improvements are highlighted by an historic, fully remodeled six bedroom farmhouse, circa 1906. Water resources are extensive. They include a stocked 12-acre reservoir, 24 miles of double frontage along Willow and Ferry Creeks, three ponds and 40 improved springs. While it is tucked up against the more intimate Bangtail Mountains, the ranch enjoys extraordinary views of the nearby jagged peaks of both the Absaroka Mountains and Crazy Mountains.

1,967 acres Gardiner, MT $19,940,000

1,967 acres Gardiner, MT

Park County Rick Eisen Jordan & Company Real Estate, LLC

Type: Residential 3 Beds | 3 Baths

Grizzly Creek Ranch consists of 1967+/- acres in Tom Miner Basin, Paradise Valley, with spectacular views that can't be captured in a photo. The property has miles of Horse Creek running thru it. It also directly accesses the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park via a short hike through U.S. Forest service which directly boarders the ranch. Grizzly Creek offers endless outdoor recreational activities and an incredible compound offering limitless amenities to accommodate any size group of guests.

1,967 acres Emigrant, MT $19,940,000

1,967 acres Emigrant, MT

Park County Rick Eisen Jordan & Company Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage 3 Beds

Grizzly Creek Ranch consists of 1967+/- acres in Tom Miner Basin, Paradise Valley, with spectacular views that can't be captured in a photo. The property has miles of Horse Creek running thru it. It also directly accesses the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park via a short hike through U.S. Forest service which directly boarders the ranch. Grizzly Creek offers endless outdoor recreational activities and an incredible compound offering limitless amenities to accommodate any size group of guests.

1,750 acres Livingston, MT $19,750,000

1,750 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates

Type: Acreage w/House

The finest ranch in Montanas famed Paradise Valley, Dancing Wind Ranch is an exquisite 1,750-acre cattle production and recreation ranch with spectacular views, lush irrigated meadows and an incredibly private owners compound tucked up a private canyon well away from the public eye. It is conveniently located near the paved Highway 540 and is only 10 miles from the historic Montana small town of Livingston, with grocery stores, restaurants and a general aviation airport. The ranch is 35 miles from Bozeman with all its cultural and entertainment resources including a commercial airport and it is only 45 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. Contact Carl Luppens

2,964 acres Livingston, MT $16,500,000

2,964 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Three Peaks Ranch An Executive Ranch with Recreation & Agriculture With the perfect balance of agricultural production, diverse recreation and modern elegance, the approximately 2,964 deeded acres of this Montana ranch is an efficient and productive cattle operation combined with the modern sophistication of a state of the art custom-designed residence. Containing a varied landscape of timbered ridges, irrigated pastures and rolling hillsides, Three Peaks Ranch has been skillfully managed by a fourth generation Paradise Valley ranching team since 1999, and is a proficiently run operation for a buyer desiring simplicity of ownership in one of Montanas famed locales. Located in Montanas celebrated Paradise Valley and adjoining the Gallatin National Forest for approximately two miles to the south, the sub-alpine setting of this Montana Ranch is private, productive and serenely beautiful. The snow-capped peaks of the Absaroka Mountains range in elevation from 9,100' and 11,200' and provide a magnificent backdrop for the Ranch. Following Davis Spring Creek, the graveled private driveway, off Mill Creek Road, serpentines from the Ranch Headquarters east to the Owners Compound. Nestled in the foothills of Chico Peak, the approximately 13,300 square foot executive home is concealed from the public eye and provides an excellent sense of discovery upon entry. Designed by the nationally acclaimed award-winning team out of Denver architect, Steven Sall, and builder, Mesa Properties, the custom home was constructed in 2006 on the site of the original homestead. The historic appeal of this setting is evident with tremendous panoramas of the Yellowstone River Valley, the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park and west to Electric Peak and the Gallatin Mountain Range. Several of the original structures have been carefully restored giving the compound an historic appeal. Davis Spring Creek is the water source for a series of three professionally-designed and strategically-placed ponds that host abundant aquatic life and thriving populations of rainbow and cutthroat trout. This riparian thread, protected from cattle grazing, is prime upland bird and migratory waterfowl habitat and attracts a wide range of Montanas wildlife species. The Ranch Headquarters is a well-designed modern cattle operation comprised of a managers home, main shop, equine facilities, calving barn and cattle handling facilities. Constructed in 2005, the approximately 3,850 square foot Managers Home is a beautiful compliment to the owners home and contains high-end finishes, a practical floor plan and panoramic mountain views. The Ranch comfortably runs 300 head of mother cows and contains 420 irrigated acres - the majority under pivot. Three Peaks Ranch is a unique offering in todays real estate market that combines a productive low-overhead cattle operation with an exquisite executive-style home for comfortable year-round living with access to quality amenities in nearby Livingston and Bozeman. Compared to similar offerings in the Paradise Valley, this Montana ranch for sale is an attractive, well-priced operating cattle ranch with superb improvements in an ideal location. Co-listed with The Land Brokers. Previously Offered at $20,500,000

4,500 acres Livingston, MT $13,500,000

4,500 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

This single block of 4,500 deeded acres lies beneath the 11,000 ft. peaks of the Crazy Mountains a 40 minute drive northeast of Livingston. It encompasses the main part of a significant mountain valley from ridge top to ridge top and much more. This valley that one enters through a small canyon at its lower end includes 6 miles of a small creek as well as a pleasing combination of aspen groves, fir covered hillsides and open range. The skyline also includes the 9,000 foot Bridger and the 12,000 foot Absaroka Mountain ranges. The improvements are two small, rustic and charming cabins beautifully sited to take advantage of overlooking the ranch itself while enjoying the mountain peak views to the north, west and south. The Falls Creek Ranch completely embodies the concept of owning ones own private mountain valley.

623 acres Mcleod, MT $12,950,000

623 acres Mcleod, MT

Park County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: River Property

McCleod, Montana's Burnt Leather Ranch has historically been comprised of several parts that worked together to form a well balanced and recreationally diverse Montana ranch. We are privileged to offer for sale what is referred to by the ranch owner as the Old Steen Place. The Steen Place portion of the ranch includes the headquarters of the Burnt Leather Ranch as well as its most valuable recreational resources. This is the portion for which the Burnt Leather is famous, primarily because of the over 2 miles of both sides of the West Boulder River which flows through the Montana ranch providing one of the most scenic and prolific stretches of water on which to catch trout in the lower 48 states. Burnt Leather Ranch in Montana is arguably the most coveted ranch in the most desirable neighborhood for recreational ranches in Montana. provides a window to the very best of the Northern Rockies and a privileged place in nature alongside one of Americas great wildernesses.

2,746 acres Clyde Park, MT $5,100,000

2,746 acres Clyde Park, MT

Park County Mary Lair ML Properties

Type: Acreage

Located on the expanse of foothills leading to the Crazy Mountains in south-central Montana, this 2700+ ranch is being offered on the market for the first time since 1893. The ranch is characterized by varied terrain and unmatched mountain views. The Crazy Mountains, Bridger Mountains and Absaroka Mountains fill the horizon to the North, West and South. The lower portion of the ranch provides pasture opportunity near the established headquarters while the upper portion consists of pasture, approximately 255 acres of dryland hay ground, forested hillsides and the canyon of Tobin Creek, a small year-round stream. The 1893 Ranch has used biological weed control for 18 years. The improvement in range condition and diminishing weed population has proven the management program to be a long-term success. The ranch headquarters is located on the south end of the property. A modest, remodeled home, livestock outbuildings and corrals are conveniently accessed from a county road. The setting is private with great mountain views. Some remnants of the homestead days have been left in place providing a touch of nostalgia to the farmstead. Tobin and Falls Creeks flow year-round through the property. Both creeks provide wildlife habitat as well as secure sources of stock water. The elevation rises from 4800 FASL on the south end of the ranch to 5500 FASL on the north end of the ranch. A variety of wildlife frequents the ranch. Elk, deer, and upland birds are often seen. Annual precipitation is 12-15 inches. Water Rights, Dryland Hay Ground, Forest, NO Covenants.

894 acres Livingston, MT $4,500,000

894 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River Property

Situated 20 minutes from Livingston and 45 minutes from Bozeman, Montana, in the scenic Shields Valley, the Shields River Ranch offers 894 +/- acres of prime production and recreational property in a serene setting. Excellent water rights and both pivot and flood irrigation facilitate good hay and grain crops, attracting a variety of wildlife to the property including partridge, pheasant, ducks, geese, deer and antelope. Fronting approximately 2 miles of the meandering Shields River, this Montana ranch for sale offers unpressured fishing opportunities for healthy populations of brown and rainbow trout. Improvements are minimal and modest creating an open canvas for a new owner, and numerous choice building sites are scattered over the ranch. As well, the Shields River Ranch is platted into eight separate parcels suggesting the possibility of conservation easement options. In addition, Yellowstone National Park and its famous fisheries are located only 45 miles from the ranch via the north entrance of the Park at Gardiner. The surrounding area is one of the most sporting-oriented locations in Montana, renowned for a number of legendary fisheries and world-class hunting options for both birds and big game. The Shields River Ranch has spectacular views of 3 mountain ranges, a large stretch of river frontage on a trout stream, varied hunting opportunities, and strong agricultural features - including an income producing lease already in place. The ranch is a gem of a property situated in one of the most desirable valleys in southwest Montana. The Shields River Ranch is located a convenient five miles south of Clyde Park and 15 miles northeast of Livingston, Montana. The property is accessed via Fiddle Creek Road, 1/2 mile west of State Highway 89, which runs north and south through the Shields Valley. The property has year-round access off a graveled county road. The Shields River Ranch consists of approximately 894 contiguous deeded acres, and is platted into eight separate parcels, suggesting the possibility of conservation easement options. Four of the parcels directly border the river. The property is also bordered on three sides by county road, and the Shields River Road runs north and south through the western quarter of the ranch. The Shields River flows along the western edge and Fiddle Creek runs through the property, as does the Lower Shields Valley Ditch. The topography is rolling and slopes from north to south. The river is lined with cottonwoods, as is much of Fiddle Creek, and the views of the Mountains — the Crazies to the east, the Absarokas to the south and the Bridgers to the northwest — are dramatic. The agricultural component of the ranch is currently being leased to a neighbor who grows alfalfa, both spring and winter wheat, and does some limited aftermath grazing. Both pivot and flood irrigation are utilized on the cultivated ground east of the Shields River Road. In two cuttings off the pivot, irrigated hay will yield approximately 3 to 3.5 tons, and 2012 yields on the grain ran from 40 to 70 bushels per acre. The flood-irrigated ground has historically yielded 2.5 to 3 tons per acre on one cutting. The west side of the road comprises 60 acres of hay in two fields that are flood irrigated but not fertilized. These are older stands of hay that need reseeding, but historically have produced 3 tons per acre on one cutting. In 2012 approximately 127 acres were flood-irrigated grass/alfalfa, 247 acres were pivot-irrigated alfalfa, and 126 acres were seeded to grain under pivot-irrigation. The balance of the ranch is pasture ground, including 70+/- acres of crested wheat. Aftermath grazing begins in October on the grain and hay ground east of the road, and then in December on the west pastures. The cattle are removed in January. The Shields River is relatively unknown by the majority of anglers who frequent this trout-rich part of Montana. One of the primary reasons for this is that it simply doesn’t receive fishing pressure — principally due to access complications. Much of the river flows through private deeded land, and while it can be legally accessed at county road and state highway bridge crossings, or by landowner permission, many people elect to avoid the hassle. The ranch fronts on approximately 2 miles of meandering water with an interesting mix of shallow riffles, undercut banks, deep pools and runs, offering a variety of fishing water. Brown trout are most common, but rainbow and mountain whitefish are also available. Fish up to 18' are typical, and several dozen trout in a morning’s outing would be possible on the river portion bordering the ranch. Excellent hunting opportunities are found in southwestern Montana. The mountains and plains comprising the region harbor all the recognized big game species, including elk, whitetail and mule deer, antelope, black and grizzly bear, mountain lion, moose, Bighorn sheep and Rocky Mountain goats. Waterfowl and upland wingshooting is also superb in this area with the possibility of decoying ducks and geese in the morning, and then hunting for Hungarian partridge, pheasant and grouse in the afternoon. The Shields River Ranch represents a fantastic opportunity to acquire a recreational property of the highest caliber, in one of the most revered areas of southwest Montana. This is one of the largest stretches of Shields River frontage that has come on the market in several years, and this particular piece is unique. With a wonderful location, a substantial agricultural component, spectacular setting and views, conservation easement possibilities, prime frontage on a quality trout stream, and varied hunting amenities, this ranch offers something for everyone.

680 acres Livingston, MT $4,000,000

680 acres Livingston, MT

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

Type: Acreage w/House 1800 SqFt

Horse Thief Trail Ranch Livingston, Montana This very unique property has many possibilities. The historical aspects of this beautiful setting with the current home being reconstructed from old homesteads offers a very quaint and interesting aspect to the property. In addition, the property is platted into 17 separate parcels providing flexibility to both buyer and seller. Offered at $4,000,000 Please click the Helpful Files tab above to download complete brochure.

120.21 acres Livingston, MT $3,950,000

120.21 acres Livingston, MT

Park County Larry Jordan Jordan & Company Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage

120 Acres along the Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley near Mill Creek. This land is in 6 separate tracts with approx 20 acres/tract. Three tracts have Yellowstone River frontage. Irrigated land with water rights from Park Branch Canal. Sprinkler system is in place.

1,280 acres Wilsall, MT $3,840,000

1,280 acres Wilsall, MT

Park County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

The 1,280-acre Diamond B Ranch is a subalpine mountain ranch located in a secluded pocket of land along the western flank of the Crazy Mountains in the Upper Shields River Valley of Montana near the small community of Wilsall. The ranch adjoins the National Forest in the rugged and strikingly beautiful upper watershed of the Shields River highlighted by towering peaks, mountain lakes and a wide array of wildlife. This unimproved property has ample summer grass for cattle, but the greatest attribute is the quality of the hunting. In addition to black bear, moose, both species of deer, antelope and upland birds, elk congregate there in the fall during the rut and the ranch has always been a ringer for the commercial outfitter that has hosted hunters there for many years. Its a dependable hunting ranch that offers a great variety of game species. $3,840,000

850 acres Livingston, MT $3,500,000

850 acres Livingston, MT

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

Type: Acreage

FLESHMAN CREEK- Ideally situated in scenic range of hills adjacent to city limits of Livingston. Numerous build sites take advantage of panoramic views of Absaroka and Crazy Mtns. City sewer & water adjacent making property ideal for development. Only 1.5 mi from downtown Livingston & 25 mi to Bozeman. The Yellowstone River 5 mi away. Access network of trails ext for 100s of miles in all directions for wildlife photography, hiking or horseback riding- just minutes away. Additional Features: Forest: No Horse: Allowed Mobile/Manufactured Homes Allowed: Not Allowed Property Type: Land Tax Year: 6 Water: Has a Private Well Water Amenities: Yes Zoning: Other Zoning Secondary: OTHER
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