Posts Tagged ‘conservation easement’

New Idaho Property! Fisher Bottom Ranch

February 1st, 2011

Fisher Bottom Ranch – Swan Valley, Idaho

  • 437-acre canyon setting with trees and rolling hills
  • 2 + miles of river frontage on South Fork of the Snake
  • Existing conservation easement
  • 3 cabins: main cabin, homestead cabin and study cabin
  • Incredible canyon views
  • $2,700,000

Live Water Properties Boasts New Listing in Montana – Flyway Ranch

January 6th, 2010

flyway10Just 25 miles as the crow flies from the Rocky Mountain Front, Flyway Ranch lies equidistant between Great Falls and Helena, Montana, along the fabled Missouri River. The 160-acre ranch was purchased in 1993 and has been meticulously updated and improved to become not just a prime wildlife refuge, but a place where residents and their guests can enjoy privacy and seclusion while having access to two cities with endless outdoor and cultural opportunities. The ranch sits at 3200’ in elevation, enjoying mild winters and easy access all months of the year.  For the avid outdoorsmen, the Flyway Ranch boasts over a mile of prime fishing on the blue-ribbon, tail-water Missouri River, where there are thousands of fish per mile. The Flyway Ranch also has prime habitat for ducks, geese, Hungarian partridge, pheasants and deer.  Most remarkably, the ranch boasts views of pristine mountains and ranchland.  There are no houses visible from the ranch, which is highly unusual on such a popular trout river. » More: Live Water Properties Boasts New Listing in Montana – Flyway Ranch

Green Valley Land Trust and Bar Cross Ranch

June 18th, 2009

Bar Cross Ranch, Cora, WyomingStanding on a the edge of a butte on theBar Cross Ranch affords a beautiful view—of the canyons and spires of the Wind River Range to the north and east and the verdant irrigated meadows and bottomland to the south.  In fact, it is this very site with this incredible view that we chose as the location for our Annual Donor Appreciation Picnic this year.  But, this is just one of about six sites we considered, as this beautiful 11,000+-acre property has a lot of special spots. » More: Green Valley Land Trust and Bar Cross Ranch