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Double Diamond Ranch

$6,000,000 9650 Acres
Property ID 2951566


Double Diamond Ranch - Yellowstone & Musselshell Counties, Montana:

Comprised of 9,650 contiguous acres, the Double Diamond Ranch offers a rare and diverse investment opportunity with a balance of productive farm and cattle operations, recreational attributes, and a beautiful and private setting. For decades, the terrain of sweeping plateaus, cedar tree-filled draws, and dramatically walled canyons have been managed with care to provide a thriving wildlife population for the elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, turkey, grouse, and the occasional mountain lion who call this place home. Being a true productive ranch, the Double Diamond Ranch is also home to cattle that roam the strong grass country and graze the pine tree-covered hillsides, while the dry land farming operations provide the balance of winter ground and feed. Although this property boasts an unparalleled scenic and private setting, it also has great access via U.S. Highway 87 approximately 20 miles north of Billings, Montana, a central and economic hub of the Northern Rockies. The Double Diamond Ranch transcends the traditional boundaries of most recreational properties providing its new owner a chance to participate in a truly productive ranch whose potential will be a strong investment for generations to come. Price: $6,000,000

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