Highlighted Properties of B Elfland with Hall and Hall in Bozeman, MT
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- Carbon County
Pass Creek Ranch is comprised of 60,004 total acres (27,125 deeded, 24,382 BLM lease, 3,040 state lease, and 5,457 private lease) just ten minutes from the attractive community of Saratoga, WY. The picturesque ranch headquarters lies along Pass Creek, a trout stream which flows through the ranch for approximately four miles, providing water rights for approximately 1,364 acres of irrigated hay fields which surround the headquarters. The ranch improvements include two houses and cattle working facilities, which are high quality and in excellent condition. There is a lease of the ranch in place to a single, high-quality tenant which includes the ranchs grazing, crops and improvements, but not fishing or hunting. This provides an outstanding i
- Park County
Emigrant Peak is known as the Crown Jewel of Montanas Paradise Valley and Emigrant Peak Ranch basks in its reflected glory. Looking out from the deck of the residence to the peaks 10,915-foot summit, one will see a living montage of elk, deer, aspen, and pine. Emigrant Peak Ranch, owned by world-renowned underwater photographer Al Giddings, includes 2,954 acres (689 deeded and 2,265 State of Montana and BLM lease) and has offered inspiration and solitude for its owner over the last 33 years. Sheltered strategically by thick stands of aspen and fir, the 5,500 sq. ft. main residence, 6,000 sq. ft. log lodge and two guest cabins ensure plenty of room for family and friends. All the structures are sited alongside a trout-rich lake and a series
- Madison County
The Madison River Ranch is located eight miles south of Ennis along 1.5 miles of one of Montanas Blue Ribbon-designated wild trout rivers. Its 2,156 acres (1,196 deeded) lie on the valley floor along the rivers east bank. Viewsheds from the ranch are dominated by the 11,000 foot peaks of the nearby Madison Range. The property improvements include a modest one-bedroom riverfront cabin. Springs, ditches, river sloughs and channels afford a lush riparian zone for waterfowl, deer and moose. Unusually abundant water rights offer extensive stream and pond development potential. In short, a blank canvas with virtually unlimited potential to create an owners compound and an aquatic paradise with world class fly fishing on the Madison River.