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Little Mission Creek Ranch

Livingston, Montana – 586 Acres – $3,500,000

Located southeast of Livingston, Montana, the Little Mission Creek Ranch enjoys privacy and seclusion in a spectacular mountain foothill setting. Consisting of five contiguous parcels totaling approximately 586 deeded acres, the property lies on the northern flank of the Absaroka Range, the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The ranch is well-watered with four small streams including ¾ mile of Little Mission Creek, which supports a resident trout fishery. Improvements consist of a log homestead building, a small set of corrals and perimeter fencing, with a number of superior building sites offering tremendous views. The Gallatin National Forest boundary is within a mile of the ranch, and both the Yellowstone and Boulder Rivers are within a 30-minute drive. The Little Mission Creek Ranch offers strong recreational amenities, an agricultural component, potential conservation options and many choice homesites, creating a unique purchase opportunity in one of the most scenic locations in Montana.

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Historic Black Bluffs on the Yellowstone River

Park City, Montana – 1,374 Acres – $3,366,300

Take a look at the Historic Black Bluffs on the Yellowstone River is situated in Carbon County, Montana, ideally located for the sportsman. This property is situated 30 minutes from the Billings Airport and 30 minutes from the ski slopes in Red Lodge, near the town of Park City. The ranch enjoys a diverse 1,374 deeded acres of flat to rolling uplands along with numerous coulees and draws leading to the private frontage on 2 ½ miles of the Yellowstone River with dramatic views up the river and framed by the Beartooth Mountains.

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