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Keith Lenard
Keith Lenard
Hall and Hall

Big Blackfoot River Ranch

$8,900,000 612 Acres
Property ID 2872429


Montanas Big Blackfoot River was immortalized in A River Runs Through It, and today one can still enjoy the epic salmonfly hatch that offers the climactic moment in Robert Redfords movie remake of Norman Macleans novella. The Big Blackfoot River Ranch is a 612 acre, superpremium recreational retreat located in the heart of the Blackfoot River Valley outside of Ovando. With over a mile of some of the most coveted water in the western United States, the property offers the discerning fisherman trophy architecture, outstanding privacy, extraordinary wildlife values and ready accessibility to the university town of Missoula and its active commercial airport, 50 miles away. From the 100year old fully restored barn to the Club House, a monumental structure located high on a bluff above the river, the attention to detail in every one of the ranchs five improvements is readily apparent. This is the most significant offering available on the river today.

The Facts:
-Ultrapremium recreational and fishing retreat
-Trophy architecture throughout the property
-Improvements include main home, club house and river pavilion
-Full equestrian facilities
-Approximately 1.5 miles of Blackfoot River frontage
-One hour from Missoula and commercial air service
-Bureau of Land Management and State of Montana borders
-612 acres

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Keith Lenard

Hall and Hall

901 South Higgins Ave., Ste 103
Missoula, MT 59801

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