Glacier National Park, in the 1850s it was considered a hotbed for the gold rush and the birthplace of new age bluegrass all call Montana home. The Treasure State has many options for any individual seeking a Montana ranch for sale, in one of the many small towns, which breathe a true Western lifestyle. Montana ranks number four in land area and with that comes an abundant diversity of wildlife that call ranches for sale in Montana home. Animals well outnumber humans and will continue to do so for many years to come. Sam Bush reinvented bluegrass in the Rocky Mountain West in a town known as Livingston, which sits on top of an undeveloped canyon known as Paradise Valley. Missoula and Bozeman are now teeming with a fresh wave of young professionals escaping the big city life.
Plenty of humans travel to Montana each year to experience the abundance of recreational opportunities of fly fishing, harvesting animals and to take in the Big Sky country. Montana’s diversity of trout, upland birds and landscape make it truly unmatched in the West. Pheasants, Ruffed Grouse, Dusky Grouse, Spruce Grouse, Sharp-tailed Grouse, Sage Grouse, Hungarian Partridge, Chukar Partridge and Turkey call Montana home, which provides excellent upland bird hunting opportunities. Picturesque Montana fly fishing ranches can be found on rivers, to name a few – the Madison, Missouri, Bitterroot, Gallatin, Big Hole and Big Horn. The diverse landscapes, hunting opportunities and fisheries can be a bit much to handle at first, that is why Live Water Properties offers Ranch Broker Services in the Greater Missoula and Bozeman areas.
Chief Joseph Cattle Ranch is a beautiful 2,545+ deeded acre ranch located in the pristine upper Big Hole Valley of southwest Montana. The ranch currently supports a 1,200 head cow/ calf operation for the summer grazing season, while these cattle numbers are robust, there remains plenty of forage for the abundant big game populations. Of […]
The Last Homestead is a 760+ acre property that is surrounded by the national forest on four sides. Boasting a modern custom cabin and a 14-acre private lake, the Last Homestead exudes the feel of a classic Montana ranch. The property is accessible from a forest service road, about one mile off Highway 83. The […]
Situated along the banks of the Yellowstone River, the Greater Yellowstone Ranch is a Montana Ranch for Sale that offers an agricultural component as well as premier recreational opportunities for the sporting enthusiast. Consisting of 9,602± total acres, this three-generation Montana ranch is one of the larger contiguous landholdings in this area of the Treasure […]
East Angela Farm is an agricultural farm and ranch in eastern Montana. Located in Rosebud County, the ranch consists of approximately 6,287 acres of tame pastures, rangeland and roughly 700 acres of cultivated farmland. Rosebud County’s average rainfall is around 14 inches. Located 29 miles from Miles City and approximately 125 miles from Billings, the […]
The Homestake Lodge is a Montana outdoor recreational resort for sale with endless opportunities, It is in an isolated and private setting, yet is only three miles from Interstate 90, 13 miles from the city of Butte and is central to all of Western Montana’s major population centers. The property is a rare inholding, completely […]
If you want to live beside cascading water, there may be no better place on earth than this Montana riverfront lodge. The sights and sounds of Lost Horse Creek, a major spawning tributary of the Bitterroot River, inspired the design of the 4,537 sqft Reverie Lodge. The creek itself is the visual centerpiece of every […]
The Craighead Bench consists of 253-acres of undeveloped land with the Bitterroot River meandering through it for nearly one and a half miles. The Bitterroot is a world-class river with stellar dry fly fishing, the fishing trumped only by the views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Approximately 35-acres of benchland overlooks the river and provides […]
The Circle Bar Ranch on the Judith River is a historic guest and working ranch that dates back to the late 1800s. The ranch sits in the bridging corridor that connects the alpine habitat of the Little Belt Mountains to the Judith River Valley. This dramatic scenery drew western artist Charlie Russell to spend time […]
Cache Creek On Battle Ridge offers absolutely stunning views of the Bridger Mountains to the south and west and the Crazy Mountains to the east with Battle Ridge just about a mile due south. This ranch property is offered in its entirety or is available in three separate tracts. A visit will show the property […]
Situated in Montana’s Lower Madison River Valley, a few miles upstream from the Three Forks of the Missouri River and the farm town of Three Forks, Montana, is Warm Spring Creek at Buffalo Jump. This Montana ranch for sale is an ideal fit for anglers, horse enthusiasts and waterfowl deer and bird hunters. Less than […]
In the Southeast corner of Montana lies one of the country’s premier trout fisheries. Fort Smith was formally established as a place of protection for those traveling the Bozeman Trail during the late 1860s. With spectacular views of the Bighorn River, Fort Smith today is a place of prominence for those seeking world-class trout fishing, […]
Located a mile west of the Continental Divide, this wooded creek valley checks most of the boxes of what people are searching for in Montana. The property is private and secluded, yet only an 8-mile drive on the well-maintained county and USFS roads from I-90. Deerlodge is a short 20-minute drive, Butte is 30 miles(to […]
The Circle Bar Guest Ranch on the Judith River is a historic guest ranch that dates back to the late 1800s. The ranch sits in a corridor that connects the alpine habitat of the Little Belt Mountains to the Judith River Valley. This dramatic scenery drew western artist Charlie Russell to spend considerable time on […]
The Antelope Creek Ranch is located approximately 6 miles west of Big Timber, 28 miles east of Livingston, 54 miles east of Bozeman and 80 miles west of Billings. This region of south-central Montana is characterized by varying geography — irrigated river valleys, timbered foothill and bench country, vast expanses of rolling prairie and rangeland and high-alpine mountainous terrain.
Located 55 minutes west of Butte, the 720-acre Gustafson Big Hole Ranch is located along the prestigious river banks of the Big Hole. Offering diverse trout habitat, the free-stone fishery presents excellent opportunities for anglers in pocket water, riffles, pools, deep runs and undercut banks.
The Smith River Ranch is located in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. The property boasts 227 acres and approximately ½ mile of both sides of the Smith River. The river is characterized by big bends, cut banks, shallow riffles and dark holes creating excellent fishing waters for trophy brown trout.
Darlington Spring Creek Ranch is an exceptional recreational ranch situated in the lower Madison Valley outside Three Forks, Montana. A short 30-minute drive west of Bozeman, the property offers a rare shot at the peaceful lifestyle and abundant fishing.
Adair Creek Ranch is an amazing creek front horse property with fantastic 360-degree views on 28 acres in the Lower Shields Valley. The 5 bedroom, 3 bath home spans over 4,068 sqft on the lush site and is situated on Adair Creek with corrals and outbuildings. Live Water Properties represented the Buyer in the sale of Adair Creek Ranch.
Located one mile upstream from the trout fishing haven of Craig, Montana, the Missouri River Fishing Cabin is in the western-central part of the state and lies seven miles downstream from the Holter Dam. The cabin is situated approximately 45 miles from Great Falls and Helena, offering daily commercial air service, first-class medical care, shopping, fine dining and many cultural activities. With approximately 138 acres, the property enjoys over 1/8 mile of the Missouri River and 1/4 mile of Dog Creek providing exceptional tailwater trout fishing. Missouri River Fishing Cabin features a comfortable 1-bedroom, 1-bath cabin with stunning mountain views. An incoming owner will enjoy limitless outdoor recreation with upland bird and waterfowl hunting opportunities onsite. This sporting cabin is ideal for hunters and anglers, and it is prolific with ducks, geese, pheasant, Hungarian partridge and Whitetail deer, all in close proximity to two of Montana’s larger cities.
The Lazy TP Ranch in Montana starts at the Jefferson River, climbing through irrigated bench land and grassy foot hills all the way to Forest service boundary in the Tobacco Root Mountains. This Montana ranch offers a diversity of topography, vegetation, scenery, wildlife, agricultural production and recreation that few other ranches for sale in the West can claim. The ranch is just a few minutes from the quaint town of Whitehall, less than 30 minutes from Butte and about an hour from Bozeman and Helena. The Lazy TP is a distinctive and opportunity-laden Montana ranch. It is the perfect fit for anglers, upland bird, waterfowl and big game hunters, horse riders and all types of outdoor recreationalists. This is an expansive, working ranch for sale with incredible vistas and recreational opportunities that would be difficult if not impossible to recreate anywhere in the western United States.
Live Water Properties represented Rock Creek Cattle Company, Ltd. in their purchase of the property from Y.T. Timber, LLC, which transaction closed on September 2, 2010. Immediately following the closing and on the same date, Rock Creek then transferred the property to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to create one of the largest wildlife conservation areas owned by the State of Montana.
The Western Parcel of Angela Farm is a large contiguous dryland wheat farm. In addition to winter wheat and spring wheat, barley, dryland corn, peas and hay are grown in the area, giving this farm tremendous potential. Operators on eastern side of Rosebud County, such as the Angela Farms, are averaging 30-32 bushels per acre, compared with overall county averages of 20+ bushels per acre. A 300,000 bushel grain bin storage (2011) and two Quonset huts for storage and shops are on the Western Parcel as well as a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, manufactured home.
The C Lazy G Ranch, also known in the sporting world as the McCoy Spring Creek Ranch, is located near Dillon in Montana’s fabled Beaverhead Valley. This area is renowned for its stunning vistas, including the towering Tobacco Root, Ruby, Highlands and Pioneer mountain ranges.
Eagles Rest is arguably one of the finest residential purchase opportunities on Flathead Lake and throughout Western Montana. The property is comprised of 26.71 deeded acres of beautiful landscape and lakefront land on the east shore of Flathead Lake. The Eagles Rest residence is a 14,478 sqft home that was custom built in 2003. The home includes five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, an office and a wine cellar. The exterior has multiple wrap-around decks and patios to enjoy the views of Flathead Lake.
Yellowstone Springs Ranch is a 1,224-acre ranch on the Yellowstone River located in the heart of the Paradise Valley. The charming town of Emigrant, Montana, with its restaurants, coffee shops, bars and fly shops is situated less than 5 minutes from the ranch. Additionally, minutes away is the historic Chico Hot Springs Resort & Day Spa, offering convenient proximity to fine dining, live entertainment, outdoor adventure and spa facilities. Yellowstone National Park and Livingston, Montana, are each approximately 30 minutes away (in opposite directions). Commercial air service is available in Bozeman, approximately one hour away, and private jet service is available in Livingston.
The Jefferson Island Ranch is one of the most recreationally powerful ranches in the northern Rockies. Appealing to sportsmen and families alike, the ranch has something for everyone. The entire acreage of 1,650± also offers a healthy riparian corridor with 3.5± miles of frontage on the Jefferson River, over 3 miles of Fish Creek, a trophy spring-fed fishery, as well as a 1.5-mile stretch of Moose Creek, a spring-influenced creek. There is a wonderful mixture of mature cottonwood forests surrounding grassy parks, wetlands and streams. The ranch’s four different bodies of water mean that the fishing is always productive. Whitetail deer are prolific, as are moose, turkeys, pheasants, ducks, geese, sandhill cranes and more. These sporting opportunities combined with an organically certified agricultural operation create a one-of-a-kind offering.
The 2,691-acre Lord Ranch is an ideal mix of creek bottom, rolling grass land, sloping pivot-irrigated hay fields and timbered ridges. The ranch shares a border with public land owned by the US Forest Service and the state of Montana.
The Historic Smith Farm has been in the Smith Family’s careful husbandry for nearly a century. Its attractive fields, coupled with abundant natural cover and a surprising amount of water offer an opportunity to further enhance excellent wildlife habitat while maintaining the current agricultural operation.
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.
The Canyon Ranch is a high-caliber sporting property located 10± miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs and 90± miles from Bozeman, Montana. The ranch consists of 1901± contiguous deeded acres with 184± acres of irrigated cropland in a very private and secluded valley. Approximately three miles of both sides of enhanced Smith River flows through the property creating excellent brown and rainbow trout fishing opportunities. The property also offers exceptional deer, antelope, Hungarian partridge, sharptail grouse, waterfowl hunting opportunities.
The Lodge on the Bitterroot River is a 49-acre property located in one of Montana’s favorite scenic valleys, the Bitterroot Valley, known for its mild year-round climate and incredible scenery on nearly a mile of the beautiful upper Bitterroot River. The river flows in an arc around the property borders. The Bitterroot River has earned a reputation as one of the top trout rivers in Montana. The Sapphire Mountains to the east and Bitterroot Mountains to the west dramatically frame the ever-changing, four-season landscape. The property is a mix of irrigated ground, landscaped lawns, native grasslands, quaking aspen and Ponderosa Pine forests.
Located on the northern edge of the Little Belt Mountains, Limestone Butte Ranch is an exceptional deer and elk hunting property in a convenient yet quiet part of central Montana. The 1,000-foot abrupt rise of the butte from the surrounding prairie provides incredible views in all directions. The intermingled limestone canyons contrast with the timber and grass terraces and plateaus. The Highwood Mountains are close to the north and the nearby peaks of the Little Belts are to the south. The “Front” of the Rockies are visible to the west, and the Moccasins, Judith, and Snowy Mountains are to the east.
Since 1888, the Hayes Ranch has been held by the same family and is located in a valley where large contiguous pieces of land rarely change hands. Now on the market, the ranch comprises 1,736 acres of productive irrigated and dryland pasture, pivot-irrigated cropland, forested wetlands, and timbered upland benches. Miles of small streams and extensive water rights combined with a diverse topography provides both excellent production opportunities as well as valuable wildlife habitat for deer and elk and countless other non-game species. Within 20 minutes of Missoula, the Hayes Ranch is one of the most proximate large land opportunities to the Garden City.
Little Wolf Creek Ranch is comprised of 2,022 acres with a wonderful combination of creek bottom, rolling grass, hayland, and sub-alpine timber. The ranch is the ideal location for a small cow operation, fisherman, hunter, horse enthusiast, ATV rider, or general outdoor lover. The ranch is unencumbered by conservation easements and offers recreational ranch development potential. Located a few miles east of the Continental Divide, the ranch offers sweeping views of the surrounding landscapes. The ranch borders a section of Montana State Trust Land, and the Lewis and Clark National Forest is a short five miles to the west, providing owners and guests access to over one million acres of public land waiting to be explored.
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.
West of the Bitterroot River, at the end of Bear Creek Road, tucked back into the base of the Bitterroot Mountains, you’ll find a beautiful meadow with a remarkable lodge built from hand-hewn timbers that are older than the territory of Montana. The lodge is positioned on 60-acres with spectacular views across a meadow and into the Bitterroot Mountains. It would be difficult to find a more picturesque Montana ranch for sale than Sundowner Meadows.
Situated in the upper Shields Valley of southwest Montana, the Diamond B Ranch offers tremendous hunting opportunities in a secluded and private mountain foothill setting. Consisting of 1,280± deeded acres of recreational and grazing land, the property is home to mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, moose, bear, antelope, Hungarian partridge and both blue and ruffed grouse, as well as many non-game species of animals. The acreage lies at the end-of-the road and borders both State of Montana and National Forest Service land. The ranch is unimproved, however offers many wonderful home sites, any of which would enjoy spectacular views of the Crazy, Bridger, and Big Belt Mountains. The property is well-watered with numerous springs, several small ponds and two small creeks. The eastern portion of the property is a beautiful mosaic of open grass and sage meadows, thick stands of conifers and lush pockets of aspen trees. 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 upland birds, waterfowl and big game. The Diamond B Ranch is a beautiful property and represents a prime, purchase opportunity for the outdoor enthusiast.
Smallhorn Canyon Ranch is a spectacular hunting ranch for sale and summer grazing operation tucked away in the Blacktail Mountains less than 15 miles south of Dillon, Montana. This Montana ranch lies at the end of the road and is surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM and State of Montana land, offering access to miles of riding, hunting, and outdoor recreation. The property is teeming with wildlife and boasts stunning mountain scenery, rolling grass pastures and heavily timbered ridges.
Rarely does a property as spectacular as the Lazy M Ranch become available in the current market. But, now is your opportunity to own almost 2 miles of frontage on both sides of the Sun River with a beautiful home to enjoy it all in. This exclusive 590 acre ranch offers unmatched hunting and fishing opportunities literally at your doorstep. The convergence of Elk Creek into the Sun River creates an irresistible draw for wildlife, including deer, pheasants, geese and ducks. Come hunting or fishing season, the 3 bedroom, 3 bath home will serve as your luxury sportsman’s cabin with additional guest quarters. The rest of the year, the peace and privacy offered by the river and mountain setting is difficult to overstate.
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.
The Creekside Ranch is a virtual wildlife mecca located in west-central Fergus County, a scenic 20-minute drive from Lewistown, Montana. Situated in a pastoral rural setting, the ranch is comprised of a diverse +435 deeded acres, that include cropland, native grasses and lush river riparian habitat.
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 near 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. 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.
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.
Gallatin River Sporting Paradise represents the finest in trout fishing, shooting, bird and deer hunting available in Montana and the Northern Rocky Mountains. This 79-acre offering boasts private Gallatin River frontage with a great variety of trout and good hatches, a lush riparian corridor with excellent duck hunting, mature cottonwood forest and many types of birds and wildlife.
Elk Ridge Ranch may in fact be the finest trophy elk and whitetail deer property of its size in the Rocky Mountain West. This ranch has the qualities required to have consistent trophy animals: great location, seclusion, solid genetics, and careful management. These 556 acres (428 deeded and 128 BLM lease) border Ted Turner’s 113,000+ acre Flying D Ranch, which is protected by a conservation easement and intensively managed for wildlife habitat. An incoming owner will enjoy the dramatic views of the snow capped Spanish Peaks to the south, the Tobacco Root Mountains to the west, and the Madison River to the North. Secluded building sites and a distance of only 20 minutes to Bozeman, make this ranch offering almost irreplaceable.
Located 15 miles from Anaconda and 11 miles from Deer Lodge, Montana, Lost Creek Ranch is situated along one of the first tributaries of the Clark Fork River. The ranch has 362 deeded acres of exceptional sporting opportunities and production. Upstream, above the ranch, Lost Creek State Park offers views of waterfalls, stunning cliffs and diverse wildlife including Rocky Mountain sheep and mountain goats. This great access to public lands provides for hiking, hunting and horseback riding adventures. The ranch is 45 minutes to Discovery Basin Ski Area and in close proximity to Butte, Helena and Missoula, all offer commercial airline services. Approximately 3/4 mile of Lost Creek traverses the ranch, offering fishing, waterfowl and upland bird hunting. There are 362 deeded acres with 213 pivot-irrigated acres and extensive sub-irrigated lands. This provides a fee base for a livestock operation and a food source for wildlife throughout the area. The modern, 4-bedroom, 2-bath home and outbuildings (from a bygone time) are the framework for an exciting recreational or production experience. It is an ideal ranch for fishermen, upland bird and waterfowl hunters as well as equestrian and outdoor enthusiasts.
The Spring Creeks on the Madison is situated within the Lower Madison River valley, near the community of Three Forks, Montana. A stunning backdrop surrounds the ranch with the Spanish Peaks to the south, Tobacco Roots to the west and Bridger Mountains to the northeast. This 112-acre ranch offers exceptional fly fishing on three unique fisheries. This includes over a ½ mile of the Madison River, over a ½ mile of the restored Darlington Ditch Creek and just under a ½ mile of the enhanced Rey Creek. Sporting enthusiasts will enjoy the spring-fed ponds; the largest is stocked with native trout that attracts abundant waterfowl. In addition to the waterfowl hunting, there is tremendous deer and upland bird hunting on the ranch. The ranch is within 30 minutes of Bozeman and commercial air service at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport providing convenient access. With exceptional hunting and fishing, this Montana ranch for sale is a unique offering.
Gallatin River Meadows represents the finest in trout fishing and sporting retreats currently available in Montana and the Northern Rocky Mountains. This 68-acre offering boasts ¼ mile of Gallatin River frontage, a large spring-fed pond, lush riparian corridor, mature cottonwood forest and a large variety of birds and wildlife. Included is a spacious main residence, and a comfortable guest house or caretaker’s home. Enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and overlooking the spring-fed pond. It is close to Bozeman and all the amenities offered by the town. This property is not just rare, it is virtually irreplaceable.
Situated at the north end of the Flint Creek Valley in western Montana, the Rivercrest West Ranch offers a blend of recreational and production land in a scenic mountain foothill setting. Consisting of 1,233± deeded acres this Montana ranch for sale is home to mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, and mountain grouse, with moose and black bear also seen on occasion. The acreage varies from river-riparian habitat lying along nearly 2 miles of Clark Fork River, to mountain foothill pasture consisting of open grass meadows with scattered sage and pockets of timber. The deeded acreage borders both State of Montana and Bureau of Land Management lands for additional recreational opportunities. The ranch improvements include a main residence and additional rental cabin. There are several other scattered potential homesites which would enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and Clark Fork River corridor. The property controls both irrigation and stock water rights from the river as well as several developed springs in the higher elevations. The surrounding area is compelling from a sporting-oriented standpoint, renowned for a number of quality trout fisheries and high-caliber hunting options for both big game and birds. The Rivercrest West Ranch is a beautiful property and a competitively priced purchase opportunity for the outdoor enthusiast
Situated on the western flank of the Big Belt Mountains, 19 miles northeast of Townsend, Montana, the 820-acre Gurnett Creek Ranch provides privacy and seclusion in an end-of-the-road rural ranch setting.
This 20-acre country estate comes complete with an elegant custom log home, guest home, onsite trout stream, private pond and stunning alpine valley views. Located outside of the small community of Pray, Montana, in Paradise Valley, the culturally-rich community of Livingston is less than 30 minutes away.
With its half-mile of East Gallatin River frontage, peaceful seclusion, great fishing, abundant wildlife, and convenience to Bozeman—the 60-acre Gallatin Reserve is a rare piece of Gallatin Valley dream property.
Situated on the east flank of the north Bridger Mountains in southwest Montana, the Battle Ridge Mountain Retreat is a rare offering in a neighborhood where property seldom becomes available for purchase. Consisting of 302 deeded acres, this scenic foothill property enjoys spectacular views in a private and secluded alpine setting. The terrain varies from riparian habitat along approximately 1/2 mile of Cache Creek, to lush aspen and fir covered hillsides to high timbered ridges. The acreage is home to mule deer, elk, moose, black bear and both blue and ruffed grouse. The property is unimproved, however there is buried power and phone available, a limited trail system, and numerous choice building sites that would offer spectacular views of the Bridger and Crazy Mountain Ranges. Trailheads that access National Forest lands are located a few miles away, skiing at Bridger Bowl is 10 minutes south of the property, and Bozeman, Montana is a 30-minute drive. The retreat is surrounded by ranchland. The immediate area is one of the most sporting-oriented locations in Montana, renowned for a number of legendary fisheries and world-class hunting options for upland birds, waterfowl and big game. The Battle Ridge Mountain Retreat is a beautiful property located in a mountainous, rural setting that should satisfy all the purchase criteria of any outdoor enthusiast.
The 223+- acres comprising this retreat were cleaved from a much larger neighboring ranch. Carefully configured to incorporate a fine stretch of trout stream, ease of access, breathtaking views, and a variety of potential home sites, the property combines that rare mix of user-friendliness with just the right amount of privacy and seclusion.
Accessibility, high-quality river access, and a stunning setting are the key features of the Bitterroot River Overlook. A five-minute drive from downtown Florence, Montana in the Bitterroot Valley, these 52 acres are located in the fastest growing region of Montana.
Situated in the Shields River Valley with excellent stretches of Live Water onsite and stunning views of four mountain ranges, Rock Creek Hunting and Fishing Retreat is a private sanctuary. Boasting ½ mile of Rock Creek and ¼ mile of Hammond Creek, this private 70-acre retreat offers tremendous Whitetail deer hunting and exceptional fly fishing. Recreational opportunities and historic and cultural amenities abound in the nearby communities of Livingston and Bozeman, Montana. Wildlife is abundant and can be viewed from the 2,700 sqft, 3BR/2.5BA custom log home. Enjoy a walk through the irrigated pastures, cottonwood stream corridors or extensive wetland system. Ideal for hunters, anglers and equestrian enthusiasts, Rock Creek Hunting and Fishing Retreat offers easy access to your sporting pursuits plus relaxing privacy.
Situated a convenient 20-minute drive from Livingston, in the scenic Shields Valley of southwest Montana, the Falls Creek Acreage represents an exciting and diverse rural offering in one of the most spectacular regions of the Treasure State. Consisting of 440± deeded acres of recreational and production land, the property is home to white-tailed and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and Hungarian partridge. It borders both sides of Falls Creek for approximately one mile. The acreage offers diverse topography; from fertile irrigated and dry land hay ground, to lush riparian creek bottom habitat, to shortgrass prairie pastureland. The property is unimproved, however there are many stunning homesites, any of which would enjoy dramatic views of the Bridger and Crazy Mountains that prominently fill the western and eastern skyline respectively. 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 upland birds, waterfowl and big game. Livingston is one of the most recognized, dynamic and desirable small towns in the Rocky Mountain West. The Falls Creek Acreage is a beautiful property in a wonderful location. The offering price is $1,475,000.
Montana's Mielke Farm comprises 102+ acres of productive irrigated grazing land and features a building site located on a classic farmstead at the end of a private road. Expansive views of the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountain ranges, close proximity to services, and a convenient location near both Hamilton, Montana and the Bitterroot Stock Farm Club makes the Mielke Farm a rare farm for sale in the Bitterroot Valley.
Situated in the Upper Clark Fork Valley, a few miles upstream from the historic town of Deer Lodge, Montana, the Clark Fork Meadows Ranch is an exceptional sporting property. The habitat is ideal for waterfowl, upland birds and fishing. The Clark Fork River runs through the property along with Dempsey Creek, and multiple springs throughout this impressive ranch. There are 153 acres with 70 irrigated acres both sprinkler, and flood irrigated with extensive wetlands. Conservation easements on neighboring lands further benefit the ranch. The property location allows for a variety of recreational activities. The area has significant public lands such as the Flint Creek Range to the west, and the Boulder Mountains to the east, which frame the valley. Butte is a 40-minute drive, Helena and Missoula are just over an hour away. All of these cities provide excellent airline connections and modern city amenities. Clark Fork Meadows Ranch is ideal for anglers, hunters, horsemen and outdoor lovers.
Mallard Lake on Rey Creek is situated in the Lower Madison River Valley, upstream from the Three Forks of the Missouri and the small farm town of Three Forks. Interstate 90 and the small town of Logan are 6 miles away, and the quaint farm town of Manhattan is 5 miles further east.
Tillinghast Creek Ranch in Belt Park is located in Belt, Montana, near the historic town of Neihart in the Little Belt Mountains. This idyllic 325-acre ranch is a sportsman’s paradise. A trout filled stream, lush meadows and forests offer excellent fishing and hunting adventures.The ranch is a one-hour drive from Great Falls, which is Montana’s second largest city and a center for cultural activities. Commercial air service is available at the Great Falls International Airport. There are many recreational opportunities from bird watching to small stream fishing to big game and bird hunting, available on the ranch and nearby in the neighboring national forest. Skiing and hiking can be enjoyed at the nearby Showdown Ski Area and Kings Hill Recreational Area. Both are a twenty-minute drive from the ranch. This ranch is custom-made for the outdoor enthusiast in a setting that is unrivaled.
Located on 640 deeded acres in southwest Montana, Six Mile Elk Haven is ideal for big game hunting and fishing. The property boasts a beautiful 1,780± sqft custom home along with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and all the amenities
An outdoor enthusiast’s dream, Duck Creek Cabin at Yellowstone Park is one of the finest properties of its kind in the northern Rocky Mountains. Located ten miles north of West Yellowstone, Montana, and the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the property is accessed from a private gravel road off Highway 191. This 12-acre sporting retreat is found in a park-like setting with the upper portion of Duck Creek Lake surrounded by trees, brush willows and native grasses. Situated on an outstanding small fishery, this offering enjoys access to fish upstream 200 feet through U.S. Forest Service land and into a secluded drainage in Yellowstone National Park. In addition, anglers will enjoy the private access to trophy fishing on Duck Creek and Duck Creek Lake onsite. Improvements consist of a 3,525 sqft main house, guesthouse and a helicopter pad. With excellent proximity to resort amenities, Duck Creek Cabin at Yellowstone Park provides numerous angling opportunities onsite, in addition to a short walk upstream into the most fabulous backyard in the world.
The Gallatin River Log Home is ideal for the angler or outdoor lover looking for a main residence or second home. Boasting Gallatin River frontage, the property borders state land and enjoys a lush riparian corridor, mature cottonwood forest and an incredible array of birds and wildlife. This property is ready for a new owner to move in and start enjoying the recently remodeled custom 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with a heated three-car garage. Add that it’s less than four miles to Belgrade and just over ten miles to Bozeman and it’s easy to see that properties like this are rare and desirable.
Palisades Home on the Madison encompasses 9.77 acres with over 450 feet of upper Madison River frontage, excellent wildlife viewing, a 1,038-square foot Victorian-style home and tremendous views of the valley.
These two contiguous fly fishing parcels are located in the Pioneer Mountains of Silverbow County, in the heart of Montana’s Southwestern wild trout country. The parcels lie 40 miles from the Butte airport and saddle up to the nearby town of Wise River. Large riffles of the Big Hole River deliver onsite fishing with each parcel having 1/4 mile frontage as well as great angling opportunities in a side channel. The dry fly fishing is delightful to anglers of all abilities and the trophies, the big brown trout, can be hooked, landed and released onsite.
Royal Bighorn Lodge combines an end-of-the-road location, live water, existing improvements, and high-end sporting attributes, into a compact and easy to maintain property. The property is perfectly suited for the outdoor enthusiast looking for a private or group hunting and fishing camp, that is located within reasonable proximity to excellent air service and all service and shopping amenities. The facility is being offered turn-key for a smooth and convenient transition for a new owner. The caretakers are even amenable to staying on, given the right set of circumstances. Deeded acreage available for purchase at the southern end of the Bighorn Valley is relatively scarce, and this acreage represents an exciting and unique purchase opportunity at an excellent price point.
Located 38 miles east of Great Falls, Montana, Big Otter Creek Sporting Retreat is situated with the Highwood Mountains to the north and the Little Belt Mountain Range to the south. This 202-acre recreational property boasts excellent fly fishing on Big Otter Creek for brown and rainbow trout. Enjoy the 1-acre trout pond on Marion Coulee, where there are stocking permits for rainbow and small mouth bass. Wildlife is abundant with ducks, mule and whitetail deer and antelope. For upland bird hunters there are opportunities to chase pheasant, Hungarian partridge, sharptail grouse, as well as mountain grouse on the surrounding public land. Big Otter Creek and Marion Coulee Spring Creek could be enhanced to offer additional game bird habitat. Recreational opportunities are plentiful with one of Montana’s best community downhill ski areas, Showdown Ski Area, 40 miles away. Snowmobiling and snowshoeing are popular winter sports. In summertime, there are numerous lakes, streams and rivers in close proximity for boating, fishing or exploration of trails by hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. Big Otter Creek Sporting Retreat is a great opportunity to own a recreational haven in the heart of Montana.Located 38 miles east of Great Falls, Montana, Big Otter Creek Sporting Retreat is situated with the scenic Highwood Mountains to the north and the Little Belt Mountain Range to the south. Lewistown, the county seat of Fergus County, is 65 miles to the east on Highway 200. Raynesford and Belt, both small mountain towns, are each approximately 5 miles from the property. The Great Falls International Airport is located 45 minutes form the property offering commercial air service.There are approximately 202 acres in total. The topography includes rolling hills and rangeland with intermittent springs. Many springs originate on or immediately above the property and provide a wetland corridor above the pond in Marion Coulee.
We at Live Water Properties, LLC seek to connect hunting, fly fishing, conservation, farms, plantations, and equine properties for sale with people who value them.
Live Water Properties is a ranch and land real estate brokerage specializing in land and ranches for sale. Live Water Properties represents clients in the acquisition and disposition of investment quality ranch properties in Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Nebraska, California and Utah and land properties in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. Our focus is on fly fishing ranches, hunting ranches and cattle and guest ranches, as well as farms, plantations, timber, equestrian and sporting properties for sale.
“I wanted to thank you for all your expertise and hard work in closing the sale of Telos Plantation in South Georgia during the Pandemic. Very unusual times but with your help, we worked together to a successful closing for all parties.”
We were so thankful to have Hunter Brant with Live Water Properties as our agent. He is professional, extremely knowledgeable and truly cares about his clients. We were so impressed to receive an offer on the first day our property was listed! Thanks again for selling our property in record time and making the process so painless!
Hunter excelled in 3 essential areas of Expertise in the sale of my property in Southwest Georgia. He priced the property correctly achieving a timely sale, his company delivered excellent marketing on a local, regional and national level that reached qualified prospects and he was exceptional at negotiating the sale to achieve the highest price for my property. I am happy to recommend Hunter Brant as a Broker.
My company used Hunter Brant and Live Water Southern to help us sell a piece of property we’d had on the market for a number of years. Within a few weeks, we had a number of offers and were able to close on the property during a period of incredible economic uncertainty. I am positive that without Hunter’s diligence in sourcing offers, we would not have closed this deal. Many thanks to him and Live Water Properties.
“I began working with Hunter as I contacted him regarding a nice gentlemen’s farm that he was the listing agent on in North Florida. Although after visiting the property it wasn’t a fit for me, I had such a good experience with Hunter I decided to utilize him to list my smaller tract of property in North FL, that I wished to sell, as well as have him assist me in finding my future property. In 6 short months he sold my property for 94% of the asking price. One month later he assisted me in closing on a new tract in Southern GA. I had been looking on and off for over a year for the perfect next tract, but it was through his help that I found it…”
“When it came time to sell our 1,500-acre Montana fishing ranch we knew we would have to find a broker who understood the beauty and uniqueness of this special place. We found that in Jeff Shouse, of Live Water, and his 35 years of market knowledge. Jeff’s expertise in how to position this property and his understanding of who the buyer would be, led to an efficient process and excellent final sales price. Jeff’s friendly, pleasant and easygoing manner made for a wonderful experience!”