Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven, Home, Barns and 189 acres with Rolling hills, Highly improved pastures, Mature oak trees, Ponds, Fenced and crossed fenced privacy can be your escape. Perfect location just 15 minutes off I-20 near the country town of Edgewood...
Located in Montana, 2,667-square-mile Park County accounts for two percent of the state's total land area. Of Montana's 56 counties, Park County ranks 12th in terms of the size of its population (15,972, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Park County. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land for sale in Park County is $7,746. The average listing price was $2,432,805 (the most expensive listing being for $33.0 million) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Park County was 24 acres. Land for sale in Park County totaled 15,703 acres and $121.6 million in overall land value, with the city of Livingston featuring the most land for sale in the county. With a recreation- and tourism-dependent economy, recreational acreage and property, as well as hunting lands, are most commonly sold in Park County.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Park County Montana
Located along the banks of one of Montanas greatest fly fishing rivers for over 1 mile, the Yellowstone River Ranch is conveniently placed midway between Yellowstone National Park and the town of Livingston. The property consists of 1,345 diversified acres and is one of the last large ranches left in the valley. As the name suggests, the Yellowstone River forms the western boundary for over 1 mile providing excellent access. The rolling bluffs above the river provide the largest of big sky views with the Gallatin Mountains to the West and the Absaroka Beartooths to the East and glimpses of the Crazy Mountain range to the North. The terrain as well as the recreational pursuits are wide and varied. The river bottom is full of cottonwood trees
Fay RanchesFay Ranches
$25,000,0005,366 acresEmigrant, MT59027 - Park County
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 two 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
For generations, families have enjoyed the peace and tranquility of Yellowstone Preserve Ranch and the small-town charm of nearby Livingston, Montana. The ranch provides easy access to an unparalleled combination of fishing, hiking, hunting, and income generation opportunities. Yellowstone Preserve is a peaceful ranch in a virtually urban location. The ranch is located only 5 minutes east of Livingston, MT and its fine dining, coffee shops, art galleries and private jet strip. It is under 30 minutes from Bozeman, Montana and its many amenities and commercial airport.
The ranch enjoys nearly one mile of Yellowstone River frontage, a spring-fed pond, and wet-lands. A wheel-line and a pivot-irrigated alfalfa field offer income-generating oppo
When the pioneers first arrived in the west, they had the distinct advantage of picking the best spots in any particular valley to establish themselves. The Shorthill Homestead exemplifies this, as it is tucked in along a heavily wooded creek in the foothills of the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness in the aptly named Paradise Valley. The original stone wall erected by David Shorthill memorializes this discovery from well over a century ago. This highly scenic equestrian and recreational retreat is located 20 minutes south of Livingston and 40 minutes from Main Street Bozeman. A four-bedroom, four-bath custom log home and four-stall heated horse barn complement this property along with a pond stocked with native cutthroat trout. Sweeping views
Tim MurphyHall and Hall
$2,300,000765 acresEmigrant, MT59027 - Park County
The Diamond B Ranch is nestled beneath Emigrant Peak which towers over the southern Paradise Valley and the famous Yellowstone River. This Montana ranch is just 30 minutes away from Yellowstone National Park via the North Entrance at Gardiner. The 765 rolling acres have no structures and offer a blank canvas on which the new owner can create their own vision for their Montana ranch. The view from atop the bluffs that overlook the valley provide an expansive panorama of the Yellowstone River and the surrounding mountain ranges. There are also tremendous amenities at the historic Chico Hot Springs Resort located a couple minutes away offering accommodations, fine dining, a day spa and the namesake year round hot springs.
The 238 acres encompassing Red Star Ranch includes beautiful changes in topography and vegetation along with the confluence of two year-round fisheries, Trail Creek and Pine Creek. To the north and south you have spectacular views of the Gallatin Mountains and the stunning Paradise Valley to the south and east. All these amazing transitions make for not only eye appealing view sheds but also cover, travel corridors and access to food and water, which entices multiple species of wildlife. Red Star Ranch has excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, black bear and mountain lion. Simply put, this much variety packed into only 238 acres is exceptional.
It is not often that a ranch this diverse comes on the market. The Bozeman/Livingston areas have, for many years, been the most sought after location for recreational ranches in Montana because of the abundant wildlife and fishery resources, as well as some of the most dramatic scenery in the Northern Rockies. Additionally, the proximity of the ranch to Yellowstone Park, along with Livingston and Bozeman, contribute to the attractiveness and value of the ranch. For these reasons, it is difficult to imagine an investment that will provide more enjoyment while at the same time remain one of the most sought after and finite products in the real estate investment world.
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
East Bridger Refuge is a very unique property that is just 45± minutes from Bozeman, Montana. Nestled in the foothills on the east side of the Bridger Mountains and just northwest of Sedan, the 200± acres that encompass East Bridger Refuge have a number of beautiful changes in topography and vegetation. As you enter the property from the well maintained road, there are south facing grass and sage pastures leading up to dense Douglas Fir covered ridges. From that vantage point, you can glance down onto the South Fork of 16 Mile Creek surrounded by quaking aspens and willows. To the north and south you have spectacular views of the Bridger Mountains as well as the Crazy Mountains to the east. All these amazing transitions make f