Beaverhead Rock Ranch

Property Details

Acreage: 150 +/-

Bedrooms: 3

Features: River frontage, views, water rights, great fishing

Price: $1,956,000

MLS #: 213380

Contact Information:

Cody Carestia
406.490.0973
cody@legacylandsllc.com

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Beaverhead Rock Ranch is located just 14 miles NE of the small ranching community of Dillon MT. The ranch literally lies directly in the shadow of the historical Beaverhead Rock, recognized by Sacagawea during the Lewis and Clark expedition. Views of the Tobacco Root, Pioneer and Centennial mountain ranges surround. The ranch boasts 150 acres of Beaverhead River front, just under 1 mile of one of the most notable blue ribbon trout fisheries in the lower 48. From the sportsman’s perspective, the ranch is home to a natural warm spring as well, a waterfowl magnet in the winter along one of Montana’s best waterfowl migratory flyways. In addition to the Beaverhead River, another live water spring creek flows through just under a half mile of the ranch. Whitetail deer, pheasants and upland birds are common to the ranch and hunting and fishing development opportunities abound.

The geography of the ranch is lush green meadows that back up to the river banks willow trees. There is an annual hay production and ample water rights from the Beaverhead River and spring creek as well.

The main ranch house, a 3 bedroom 1 bath 1570 sq ft home was originally the post office and general store in the area in the early 1900’s. It is also situated where the old stage coach stop was in the late 1800’s for the stagecoach that serviced Bannock, Virginia City and the other booming gold camps at the time. The home has since been placed on a new concrete foundation. There are several other ranch buildings on the property, including a beautiful historical barn along with a 30X48 implement shed among other three sided storage sheds and buildings. One of the buildings remaining on the ranch is the school house that was present there in the late 1800’s. Beaverhead Rock Ranch is steeped in Montana history, agriculture and recreational opportunities

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