This recreational ranch with two home sites is in the Little Belt Mountains approximately 35 miles from White Sulphur Springs to the west and Harlowton 27 miles to the east. The property has 160 acres of hay ground and 2, 954 acres of grazing. North borders USFS, south borders state lands. The property has Mud Creek and Daisy Dean Creek and two small ponds. This is a well known hunting and fishing area. Sellers have had buffalo (oldest herd in Montana), cows, sheep and horses. The property has many Indian sites, including teepee rings and a ceremonial bowl. The main home is modest and has a log shop. The barnyard has several outbuildings and a single wide mobile. Conservation easement is in place and there is a 40 acre landlocked BLM parcel.
Courtesy of Margaret Asay with Bozeman Brokers.