With exquisite views of the Rocky Mountain Front, the Ranch, straddling about 1.5 miles of trout-rich Smith Creek, is currently utilized to host private hunting expeditions for upland birds and white-tail deer as well as fishing excursions for anglers seeking feisty brown trout and burly rainbows. The 678-deeded acres are ideally suited for a gentlemen’s ranch or a nice-sized horse operation. The lush native pastures are well suited for maintaining several saddle horses or a small herd of cattle for the summer months. With unlimited trail riding opportunities, the next owner could enjoy years of exploring the trails on the Ranch and the 6,500 acres of public land that border the Property. Modest but well-kept improvements, including a 1907 gambrel barn, are located just south of the small ranching town of Augusta – the “Gateway to the Bob Marshall Wilderness”. In addition to the main Ranch compound, there are two cabins that are utilized for lodging for hunting and fishing expeditions. Offered by a motivated Seller!
Reduced Price: $2,375,000
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Lewis And Clark County
Raparian corridor through native and irrigated pasture land
Easily accessed off of MT Highway 435 near Augusta, MT