- Exceptional bird hunting
- 120± acres of BLM
- 1,320± acres of state lease
- 2,052 sqft main residence
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Situated in the “Golden Triangle” area of north central Montana approximately 45 minutes north of Great Falls, the Teton River Ranch offers outstanding hunting opportunities in one of the most renowned upland bird and big game hunting areas of the state. Owning both sides of the Teton River for approximately 9± miles, the 2,597± acre Teton River Ranch in Choteau County, Montana, is a fabulous sporting property. Over two decades of management to optimize game numbers and hunting opportunities has resulted in trophy class whitetail and mule deer on the property, and truly phenomenal upland bird hunting for pheasant, sharptail grouse and hungarian partridge. Virtually all of the ranch consists of prime hunting habitat – brushy river bottom/riparian habitat, hillside benches, draws and coulees – and the tremendous water resource on the ranch serves as a magnet for wildlife, drawing game from miles around. The compliment of improvements on the ranch, including a 2,052 square foot main residence, a four-plex guesthouse for family and friends, an original ranch house, miscellaneous outbuildings and grain bins, are sufficient to house several hunters, and the ranch is being offered turn-key with furnishings, irrigation, and farming equipment. The ranch also controls an additional 1,440 acres of lease ground for another couple of miles of river and additional hunting opportunities. The Teton River Ranch is one of the finest sporting ranches in Montana and represents a prime purchase opportunity for the avid outdoor enthusiast.
Additionally, a split option for approximately 1,280 acres with all of the buildings, water rights and irrigation equipment is now available for $2,495,000.
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With a population of some 60,000 friendly people, Great Falls, Montana lies roughly 120 miles south of the Canadian border, is the third largest city in the Montana, and serves as the primary trade hub for all of north central Montana. The Missouri River flows through town on it’s journey north, spilling over four separate dramatic falls just downstream from the city limits.