The majestic Diamond B River Ranch resides in the center of the Paradise Valley of the Northern Rockies, arguably the most scenic valley in Montana and noted for its abundant wildlife and fishing opportunities.
With beautiful views of the 10,921-foot Emigrant Peak towering above the landscape, significant Yellowstone River frontage and riparian areas, flowing spring waters, and close proximity to Yellowstone Park, Bozeman, and Livingston, the Diamond B has many assets that make it more valuable than most cattle operations could imagine.
“Standing on the bluff on the Diamond B property with views up and down the Yellowstone River and jagged peaks all around takes your breath away,” observes Greg Fay, of Fay Ranches, the listing brokerage. “With fine dining at Chico Hot Springs just 5 minutes from the ranch and Yellowstone Park just 20 minutes south, it’s tough to beat the location. It is not often that a ranch of this quality and size comes on the market in the Paradise Valley. This one is priced at an excellent value.”
The ranch, which includes 1± miles of Yellowstone River frontage, currently runs Angus cattle as well as bison and longhorn. It consists of 2031± deeded acres of spring dry land pasture, pivot, wheel and hand line irrigated hay and grass. The 550± acres of irrigated ground can produce 1,200 to 1,500 tons of hay per year with two cuttings. About 200± acres make up the riverfront riparian area where the ranch manager’s home, barns, corrals, two ponds, and springs are located.
Listing price currently is $12,500,000. For more information about this property, visit www.FayRanches.com.