The Highline Ranch is a move in ready operation located in the remote area in southeast Montana known for world record elk and quality cattle country. The five bedroom three bath home and other improvements are very well kept. Pipeline and reservoirs provide good distribution of water for stock and game. The ranch consists of 1,487+/- deeded acres and shares its northern boundary with the Custer Gallatin National Forest. One of the many incredible benefits of the property is that the owner goes on pack trips through the neighboring Forest Service lands which makes the ranch much larger for the recreation, horseback, or hunting enthusiast. Ponderosa Pine, Juniper, and Plum trees accent the open grassy fields of the deeded land which are cross fenced into seven pastures. Approximately 160 acres are in dryland hay meadows which hold upwards of 100 head of elk in the early mornings during the fall. In fact, the Seller says he often falls asleep listening to the elk bugle. In 2019 which was a good moisture year, the Seller sold 260 ton of hay while running 200 bred heifers for six months. While you may feel off the grid, electricity is provided by Toungue River Electric Cooperative and heat is delivered propane fueling a forced air furnace. The corrals and shop are conveniently tucked into a protected coulee with a thoughtful layout. If you are looking for a slice of heaven then this is the place for you, your family, and your friends to escape. A place that is an hour or two from any town so you can get away during the hunting and summer season or live year around like the Seller has for years. From the property gravel roads lead to highway 212 near Broadus or 14/16 near Clearmont or 314 near Sheridan.
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