Listing of the Week: Exceptional Legacy Ranch on Doorstep of Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

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Welcome to Montana’s Lone View Ranch, a true legacy ranch by any definition that claims the expansive wilderness of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem as its backyard. Trophy elk and an abundance of wildlife roam the 2,631-acre ranch, which offers sweeping views of the Gallatin River Valley and the 11,000-plus-feet peaks buttressing the northwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park, the country’s first national park.

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Located at the beginning of the private road that connects the mountain town of Ennis and the Madison Valley, Lone View Ranch combines privacy and untold recreational opportunities with year-round access to world-class mountain-resort amenities at Big Sky, only 13 miles to the east of the property. A custom-built log home melds modern-day comfort and conveniences amidst an outdoor setting that practically begs to be explored.

The backcountry here can be accessed by foot or horseback (or on ski or snowmobile in the winter) and adjoins the quarter-million-acre Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area, a region of mountain streams, leaks and meadows that also known as “Cowboy Heaven.” Additionally, there is world-class fishing on the nearby Madison River, the Gallatin River and in Yellowstone National Park. 

Lone View Ranch was listed for sale on January 12, 2018, through Alex Maher of Jackson, Wyoming-based Live Water Properties.

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