Sitting in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains is the historic 935+/- acre Sunset Ranch. The ranch has
Butcher Creek meandering through the center of it with historic irrigation rights. The property also has
water rights out of the East Rosebud River for the fields West of the creek. Although not common when
you think of Montana Ranches, the access to this ranch is paved all the way up to the driveway turning
into the buildings.
The improvements are wonderful! The home has been updated and is in great shape. The historic barn and
other outbuildings are very useful and in the right spot. The cattle working facility is well thought out and
ready for work. Hard to imagine one could find a prettier spot in Montana to call home. Cattle water has been piped to the pasture to the east of the home providing a continuous source of livestock water year in and year out. The exterior fence is in good condition and is comprised of many sections of woven wire. Herds of both mule and whitetail deer can be found in the many pockets and draws along with a variety of upland game birds including pheasants, grouse, and Hungarian partridge.
Additionally, Piper Hills Pasture is summer grass at it’s finest! In a good rain fall area this 720+/- pasture is hard to beat. Even coming off the great summer of 2021 each and every draw still has spring water seeping out. A 30 gpm well on a generator pump sits in the SW corner of the pasture off of Beaver Creek. Plenty of Deer and Antelope along with upland birds call this land home. The mineral rights may be purchased in addition to the real estate.