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Name :Fay Ranches Broker
Company :Fay Ranches Inc
Address :395 Gallatin Park Drive
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City :Bozeman
State :Montana
Zipcode :59715
Phone :800-238-8616
Fax :406-586-4020
Cell :406-586-4001
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Montana Little Valley Ranch
Powell, Montana
12750 acres
The Montana Little Valley Ranch is a historic mountain ranch in western Montana. Located in the scenic Avon Valley, about 50± miles from Helena, the core of the ranch’s 12,750± deeded acres and 10,080± leased acres are comprised of mountain meadows and timbered hills along the west side of the valley. The majority of the ranch’s 10,080± leased acres reach higher elevations in the Garnet Range along the west side of the ranch. Strickland Creek and Davis Creek emerge in the Garnets, watering the ranch’s wildlife and livestock. With a resident elk herd that numbers several hundred during the fall season, Little Valley is a dream ranch for the sportsman. The ranch facilities are functional and updated, and good stewardship is further demonstrated by the condition of the range and timber resources.  
Horseshoe Bar Ranch on the John Day River
Wasco, Oregon
29268 acres
Ever dream of owning your own “Empire?” This is it! You will never get tired of the expansive horizons and towering vistas of this amazing ranch, which has been in the same family for 90+ years! You are not buying someone else’s dream “McMansion” here! This is an amazing, blank canvas with all the right background on which you can “paint” your dream ranch! You will forever marvel at the majestic cliffs which tower above the rolling plateaus and lonely canyons as they fall, sometimes gently and sometimes steeply, to bottom lands along the free-flowing John Day River. The ranch boasts 29,268± deeded acres, plus BLM grazing permits covering an additional 13,967± acres and 320± acres of State of Oregon lease. The John Day River winds along and through the ranch for approximately 15.5± miles which includes 8± miles of deeded frontage, with the balance of the frontage predominately along BLM lands which are grazed by the ranch! If you are an avid hunter, or angler, this ranch is for you! It is one of the few ranches that boasts the rare combination of quality upland gamebird, waterfowl and big game hunting, plus fly fishing for steelhead and smallmouth bass!
Jack Creek Overlook
Madison, Montana
160 acres
Jack Creek Overlook’s 160± rolling alpine acres are strategically located on gated Jack Creek Road between Ennis, the Madison River, and Big Sky Resort/Moonlight Basin. This property comes with coveted Jack Creek Road access, a private gated road connecting Ennis and Big Sky. The road is controlled by security gates and use of the road is limited. In the shadow of Lone Peak and Fan Mountain, two of the most dramatic peaks in Montana, and backing to the Spanish Peaks, this property offers tremendous privacy and views with not another rooftop in sight. Offered fully furnished for an easy transition to a new owner, a custom 7,218± SF, 4 bed, 5 full bath, 1 half bath home is perched near the center of the acreage. Jack Creek Overlook is part of the Jack Creek Preserve, over 4,500 acres protected by a conservation easement with Montana Land Reliance. Take a short walk via a private easement to thousands of acres of National Forest, or enjoy your acreage, filled with grassy cover and scattered mature trees, creating an excellent habitat for grouse, moose, bear, elk, and deer.
T90 Cattle Ranch
Thurston, Washington
1567 acres
This spectacular 1,567± acre Ranch is comprised of 30 parcels, 1 parcel of approximately 90± acres is located inside of Tenino City limits and is zoned “master plan community”. This iconic ranch has been for sale just 2 times in the last 70 years and it truly has it all anyone could want in a top-notch Western Washington Ranch. The community that would become Tenino, located in Thurston County, was founded in 1851 when Stephen Hodgden (1807-1882) filed a claim under the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850. In 1872 the Northern Pacific Railroad arrived, giving the local economy a major boost by enabling local timber and especially sandstone to be transported to market. By the time the city of Tenino was incorporated in 1906, sandstone quarries were anchoring the economy. But almost as soon as the city was incorporated, a series of major economic challenges arose. Most significantly, new building materials resulted in collapsing markets for sandstone. The Great Depression of the 1930s also took a toll on the already struggling local economy. In recent decades the city has found new life as a bedroom community for those working in nearby Olympia and Tacoma. This scenic ranch has views of both Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier and gorgeous territorial views. This property offers lower grazing areas in the fenced pastures with paved road frontage. The upland and timbered areas and pasture provide excellent grazing for livestock as well as wildlife habitat. This ranch is home to Roosevelt Elk, Black Tail Deer and wild turkeys to name a few. The owner has leased the property out to big game hunting, but under very strict guidelines to ensure and maintain the hunting opportunities for years to come. This is one of the last large Ranches left in Western Washington totaling 1,567± acres. 400± acres of lower pasture and outbuildings with the remainder the ranch consisting of forestland and upper grazing areas. Located within just a short drive is Olympia or Centralia via I-5. Outdoor recreational opportunities are abundant: Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, Mount St. Helens and the Washington coast are all within a short day’s drive.
Black Rock Horse Ranch
Kootenai, Idaho
1140 acres
Are you looking at Idaho horse ranch properties for sale? The Black Rock Horse Ranch is arguably the largest and most sophisticated horse ranch in the northwest and consists of 1,140± acres. The Idaho horse ranch is located along the south side of the Coeur d’Alene River in Kootenai County which is near the town of Harrison. The green, grassy paddocks and pristine, white fencing seem almost endless, reminiscent of the famous equine farms of Kentucky. Currently, the Black Rock Horse Ranch is operating as a horse ranch specializing in Reining horses, Arabian horses and a breeding program of both. The state of the art laboratory, aka veterinary clinic, is modeled after the lab at Texas A&M and provides all the tools needed to run a successful breeding program from conception, throughout gestation, and long after a foal reaches adulthood. Improvements include an indoor arena, 96 horse stalls, stallion barn with attached reception area and guest house, 3 employee homes, a lab with breeding and birthing stalls, plus various farm buildings and horse training facilities. Equestrian enthusiasts will love all the ranch's attributes, from relaxing sunset horseback rides to competitive events. This phenomenal property has frontage on the Coeur d'Alene River near the town of Harrison in Kootenai County, Idaho. Harrison, Idaho, is a beautiful, small resort town only 35 miles from Coeur d’Alene, and 67 miles from Spokane. Elegant with a flash of country charm best describes the 3,737 sq. ft. main residence, all on one level. The design includes a large open foyer with high ceilings and extra-wide hallways. The tall ceilings complement this feeling of spaciousness, and the views of Coeur d’Alene and Anderson lakes provide an awe-inspiring backdrop. House features a helicopter pad.
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