Michelle Parks


With over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry, Michelle’s detailed organization and management skills are a key factor in providing our clients with the high level of professional service that they require.
$1,200,000  •  150 acres
This Northern Hills Beauty is a one of a kind opportunity to own a piece of South Dakota land located in the heart of the Black Hills for a private home or business development. Sitting in the middle of the magnificent Black Hills community is a silent gem of 150 acres just waiting to be developed into someone's little slice of heaven or a developers gold mine. The Pittman Development Land already has all utilities provided and all of the space needed to feel like you're away from the crowd, yet you're literally just a few minutes away from groceries, a dinner date or sports activity. This 150 acre parcel is situated in a great location with development potential and beautiful, hilltop views. The property is only one minute north of Whitewood which sits on the I-90 exit along State Hwy 34, and provides easy, convenient access to several communities and attractions in each direction. Key advantages to this gem are its proximity to popular and practical locations in the area. The popular town of Sturgis (home to the annual Sturgis motorcycle Rally) is seven minutes south/east on I-90 and Spearfish, the home of Black Hills University, is a quick 10 minute drive west on I-90. Both Deadwood and Belle Fouche are within 20 minutes. There are many other small towns scattered around, however, Rapid City, which is the second largest city in South Dakota, is an easy 25 minute drive southeast of the property, again, on I-90, and Rapid City's Regional Airport is within 45 minutes. Located in the heart of South Dakota's "Black Hills' with perfect access for business or pleasure, this 150 acre property has a mix of open green pastures and Ponderosa pine settings mixed with just a few Oaks and Cottonwood, all on a rolling hills topography which makes it very attractive with private and beautiful hilltop views for potential residential development. There is good natural grass on 2/3s of the property with nice tree cover on the balance. There are three hillside ponds and one deep well that provide good water for the whole property. Having been owned by the Pittman family since 1949, Uncle Jean and Aunt Jeane raised their five strong sons in a family tradition of agriculture The Pittman Dairy provided the way of life for this western family and while the cows no longer are there to be milked, this location is a very convenient and beautiful opportunity to develop into many unique residential building sites or one unique dream hideaway to build a dream estate. There is a mild four season climate. Many bikers say that they can ride, at some times, twelve months out of the year due to its banana belt climate. While there is adequate pasture and cover for 50-60 cattle, this property is likely at its highest and best use if converted to an upscale residential home development or gentleman's ranch or dream home estate. The buildings that come with the property are older and in various stages of disrepair. There has been no value given to them and they are sold "As is where is" condition with no warranties implied or given. The 116 year old house is presumed to be unlivable in its current condition. Two mobile homes along Pittman Road are to be sold or removed separate from (not included in) this sale. Seller will consider offers to purchase approximately 40 acres at the corner of Pittman Road and State Hwy 30 separately. The property has a deep well that operated with the dairy since 1949 and was in use until 1999 and there is MDU natural gas to the house and barn and electricity has been in place for decades. This property itself allows for activities including horseback riding, hiking, hunting, camping, mountain biking, shooting, privacy, and semi-seclusion. Virtually next door, The Black Hills of South Dakota, has a very healthy tourist industry because of its mild climate and user friendly outdoors full of national forest and grasslands available for public use. If you think that you'll enjoy feeding wild donkeys from your car windows or seeing buffalo and prairie dogs in their natural habitat, you'll also want to include a visit to Custer State Park and Wind Cave Park, as well. Nearby Whitewood, is a quiet little town with a couple of restaurants, a convenience store and a coffee shop. The sleepy little college town of Spearfish is a bedroom community combining more elegant homes and a golf course with the beauty of nearby Spearfish Canyon into an enjoyable time for residents and their visitors alike. Just a little ways up the trail to the north is the western cowboy town of Belle Fourche which was the end of the trail for manTexas cattle drives and is still the home to the annual Belle Fourche Roundup Rodeo, which allows cowboys and cowgirls of all ages to celebrate the week of our nation's Independence Day in grand western style! Rock climbers enjoy the granite spires and families may find time to take a dip in the natural hot mineral springs at Evans Plunge in Hot Springs, SD, which is a short drive away. Neighboring towns of Custer, Hill City, Keystone, Rapid City, Sturgis, Deadwood, Whitewood, Spearfish, Belle Fourche and even small towns such as New Underwood and Hermosa offer various meals in casual to formal dining and drinking entertainment. In addition, there are opportunities for several area rodeos and county area fairs as well as entertainment events for concerts with big name entertainment at the Deadwood Grand and Rushmore Plaza Civic Center (Rapid City) throughout the entire year.
$5,000,000  •  9,070.2 acres
Own one of the most Beautiful, well-maintained and productive cattle and equestrian Montana ranches with a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. A little slice of heaven in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. This well-managed highly productive 9070.2 acre ranch, 6360.2 deeded is located in Terry, Montana. The ranch runs 250+/- cow/calf pairs. The numerous draws with Cottonwood, Ash and Aspen groves set this ranch apart. Impeccable winter protection and premier habitat for white tail, mule deer, and birds, including turkey and partridge; a hunter's paradise. Numerous buildings and excellent facilities make this a Montana find. A private lease allows this ranch operation the capability of running 400+/- pairs, with the purchase of additional hay. This magnificent ranch is located centrally between many small towns scattered across the eastern portion of Montana. 28 miles, almost due south of the ranch, is the small town of Terry, just off of I94, which is an interstate highway that travels east/west through the center of Montana. Access to I94 is provided by traveling south on Brackett Creek Road to Cedar Creek Road and then continues south on state highway 253. Once on I94, the larger town of Glendive is a short 40 minute drive Northeast and Miles City is an equal distance Southwest. Both cities, in addition to Terry, have their own community airports which facility small private and commercial aircraft. I94 Continues further southwest, roughly 2.5 hours from Terry, MT where it turns into I90 in the Large city of Billings. Billings, Montana is one of many major US cities that provides connecting commercial flights nationally and internationally. The closest major city to the East is Bismark, North Dakota, east from Terry, Montana about 3.5 hours. Tibbetts Ranch is one of the most beautiful ranches in Montana. It has been maintained by incredible stewardship. Hours have been spent spraying weeds, keeping the draws relatively weed free. Cattle guards separate most of the pastures and fields for convenience. Fences are in good to great condition. The topography of the ranch lends itself to be grazed at different times of the year. The summer pastures consist of creeks, springs, and pipelines for even stock distribution. Winter and spring pastures contain great natural protection from nature's elements along with worry-free watering systems. It is a hunter's paradise for white tail and mule deer. The Ranch is located in Northwestern Prairie County in the "heart" of Montana cattle country. Wide open plains and numerous coulees with groves of Cottonwood, Ash, and Aspen trees encompass breathtaking beauty on this ranch. A Lil Slice of Heaven hidden away in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. Tibbetts Ranch is a viable livestock unit of native and tame grasses. It is a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. The Hay Land consists of 1/3 alfalfa and Crested Wheat Grass along with Pubescent Grass. The average yield is tons per acre. The 8,960 acre private lease is a 3 yr transferable lease with 2 years left on the renewable contract. There are additional ranch properties (approximately 5,700 acres) within 2 miles of Tibbetts Ranch that are currently for sale. There is an opportunity to put together a large ranch operation. The coulees and terrain provide excellent habitat for white tail, mule deer, and bird hunting. The coulees provide excellent winter protection for wildlife and cattle, a very special attribute to Eastern Montana. The ranch has had impeccable care from the withe pipe fences to the pea gravel to the developed springs. It is a sanctuary in Eastern Montana. The acreage comprises: 6360.2 acres of Deeded Land: 5539.85 acres of Rangeland 479 acres of Hay Land 330.32 acres of Grazing Land 11.12 acres of Farmstead There is 3007.12 acres of Leased property which consists of: 640 acres of State Land (125 acres AUM) 2367 acres of BLM Land (570 acres AUM). For a total of 9367.2 acres of prime Montana acreage. The ranch sits at an elevation that ranges from 3,000 feet to 3,700 feet. The average annual precipitation is 13.5 inches lending an average growing season (frost free days) from June 1st to September 20th. Currently the ranch's cattle are Simmi-Angus cows; calves are born end of March and April. Calves are weaned mid-end of October averaging 620 pounds. The 2015 Prairie County Taxes were $5264.15 All stock water rights have been filed in Helena with the DNRC in accordance with Montana Water Laws. Extensive water development has taken place through-out the ranch. Seven wells - two solar - are the main sources of water for the ranch. There are approximately 11,000 feet of pipeline, over 16 tons of either fiber-glass, steel, and/or buried tanks. Electricity is supplied to most of the tanks on the winter range for stress free winter watering. Brackett Creek is a seasonal creek, typically running from the end of March to the first of June. Numerous fresh water springs are located throughout the ranch, providing water for livestock and wildlife, including: Brackett Creek Spring Coulee Sand Coulee E Bad Route W Bad Route Bad Route is one portion of the summer range on the ranch, it has two solar wells along with numerous springs. There are 100 acres of undeveloped water rights on the ranch. Domestic Water: there is 1 well with a large backup storage tank that is used for domestic water. Wells: There are 6 active livestock wells spread across the property. There are 3 living quarters on the Ranch: The MAIN HOME is a 3,400 square foot, 4-Bedroom House with 3 baths, a full basement and 2 decks. There is a 1,800 square foot GUEST HOUSE that boasts 3-Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, with a loft and deck, as well. An additional 1140 square foot MOBILE HOME (14ft x 70ft) can be used as a manager's quarters or extra living space. ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS/IMPROVEMENTS: HIP ROOF BARN, 1700 sf, with a vet room and heated calving room MACHINE SHED, 3200 sf (32 x 100) LIVESTOCK BARN, 10,000 sf (80X125) LIVESTOCK SHED, 924 sf (22 x 42) SHOP GRAIN BINS, 6,900 sf 3 PIPE/GUARD RAIL CATTLE CORRALS BACKGROUNDING YARD with 480 feet of concrete bunks and pipe fence/cable corrals The livestock buildings include calving sheds, a barn with a vet room & heated calving room, large set of pipe corrals for smooth cattle handling. Guard rail fence makes up the alley and loading chute of this efficient cattle working system. The south end of the ranch has another extremely well built set of pipe & wood corrals for easy handling of cattle, including a loading chute. There are 5 deer-fenced hay corrals Eastern Montana is known for its abundance of attractions and activities. Just south of the property runs the infamous Yellowstone River which is a water sportsman's dream. Between the Yellowstone River and the nearby Powder River, there's never a shortage of fishing, kayaking or canoeing. The surrounding towns host a plethora of community events, attractions and activities, including museums, galleries and theatre, rodeos and county fairs, trails for hiking, biking and climbing. Miles City hostess the world famous Bucking horse Sale and Terry is home to Montana's longest continuously operating hotel, the Kempton Hotel. Powder River Historic Point in Terry, MT, documents the fateful journey of Custer's troops on their way to the Battle of the Little BigHorn. The annual reenactment of that same battle on the Custer battlefield takes place every June. Montana's largest state park is a short 30 minute drive along I94 and provides an abundance of outdoor activities: large game hunting, fly fishing, camping, hiking and even bird watching.
$2,344,900  •  262 acres
Back on the market and with a MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION!! This IS a great opportunity to own a diverse 262+/- acres located in the hottest growth corridor south of the metro!! Just over a few minutes away from quality golf courses, banking, grocery, Rx, healthcare and award winning schools! New school recently added just to the north to support future community growth! Picturesque land w/ tree-top views for miles partially framed by over ~3500' of blacktop for easy development, your custom private retreat or recreation paradise! Sits just across the street from the newly developed Sunrise at Timber Ridge subdivision! Gently graded terrain is scattered with multiple ponds, possible harvestable timber $$, proven hay meadows, & natural gas wells!! Hay production is an estimated 400 bales/year per Seller. Fenced & cross-fenced. Additional access easement to the NE property corner entering from 215th Street for added blacktop accessibility. Existing homestead is habitable, but not of much/if any value. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Rural (RW7) water supply parallels blacktop. This is the investment you've been looking for!! US Highway 169 to 215th Street. 215th Street West ~3 miles. Property on the south side of the road. American Land Broker signs on property. I-35 to South Gardner Rd exit. Exit onto South Gardner Rd. heading South to 215th Street. Turn East (left) onto 215th Street and continue East for approximately 1 mile to Cedar Niles Rd. Property sits on the SE corner of Cedar Niles & 215th Street. US Highway 169 to 207th Street. 207th Street West to Cedar Niles Rd. Turn South (left) to215th Street. Property sets on the SE corner of Cedar Niles Rd and 215th Street. 5 stocked ponds with the opportunity for more! Quality whitetail deer, turkey, predator. dove & waterfowl hunting! Plenty of various terrain types for the atv enthusiast or trail rider. Hillsdale lake is just to the south offering fishing, hunting, camping, boating, shooting range & miles of horseback riding trails. Previous hay production ~400 large round bales yearly from well-managed meadows. Fenced & cross-fenced for livestock. Multiple lean-to buildings, utility barns and garages for hay & equipment storage. Property perimeter is fenced and cross-fenced. Natural gas wells on the property. Drainage to nearby Hillsdale lake along the NE side of the property. Five stocked ponds with the opportunity to rehab a 6th. Property has predominantly been hayed and/or cattle operation.
$225,000  •  60 acres
Less than 5 miles from Truman Lake! Don’t miss your opportunity to own this diverse 60 acres property! 35 +/- acres of tillable acreage currently planted to soybeans providing income and a wildlife food source. Quality deer, turkey and small game hunting. Small pond and a generator powered well provides water. Put your finishing touches on the hunting cabin and enjoy the wide variety of outdoor activities and income this property offers.
$5,000,000  •  9,070 acres
Own one of the most Beautiful, well-maintained and productive cattle and equestrian Montana ranches with a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. A little slice of heaven in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. This well-managed highly productive 9070.2 acre ranch, 6360.2 deeded is located in Terry, Montana. The ranch runs 250+/- cow/calf pairs. The numerous draws with Cottonwood, Ash and Aspen groves set this ranch apart. Impeccable winter protection and premier habitat for white tail, mule deer, and birds, including turkey and partridge; a hunter’s paradise. Numerous buildings and excellent facilities make this a Montana find. A private lease allows this ranch operation the capability of running 400+/- pairs, with the purchase of additional hay. This magnificent ranch is located centrally between many small towns scattered across the eastern portion of Montana. 28 miles, almost due south of the ranch, is the small town of Terry, just off of I94, which is an interstate highway that travels east/west through the center of Montana. Access to I94 is provided by traveling south on Brackett Creek Road to Cedar Creek Road and then continues south on state highway 253. Once on I94, the larger town of Glendive is a short 40 minute drive Northeast and Miles City is an equal distance Southwest. Both cities, in addition to Terry, have their own community airports which facility small private and commercial aircraft. I94 Continues further southwest, roughly 2.5 hours from Terry, MT where it turns into I90 in the Large city of Billings. Billings, Montana is one of many major US cities that provides connecting commercial flights nationally and internationally. The closest major city to the East is Bismark, North Dakota, east from Terry, Montana about 3.5 hours. Tibbetts Ranch is one of the most beautiful ranches in Montana. It has been maintained by incredible stewardship. Hours have been spent spraying weeds, keeping the draws relatively weed free. Cattle guards separate most of the pastures and fields for convenience. Fences are in good to great condition. The topography of the ranch lends itself to be grazed at different times of the year. The summer pastures consist of creeks, springs, and pipelines for even stock distribution. Winter and spring pastures contain great natural protection from nature’s elements along with worry-free watering systems. It is a hunter’s paradise for white tail and mule deer. The Ranch is located in Northwestern Prairie County in the “heart” of Montana cattle country. Wide open plains and numerous coulees with groves of Cottonwood, Ash, and Aspen trees encompass breathtaking beauty on this ranch. A Lil Slice of Heaven hidden away in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. Tibbetts Ranch is a viable livestock unit of native and tame grasses. It is a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. The Hay Land consists of ⅓ alfalfa and Crested Wheat Grass along with Pubescent Grass. The average yield is ⅕ tons per acre. The 8,960 acre private lease is a 3 yr transferable lease with 2 years left on the renewable contract. There are additional ranch properties (approximately 5,700 acres) within 2 miles of Tibbetts Ranch that are currently for sale. There is an opportunity to put together a large ranch operation. The coulees and terrain provide excellent habitat for white tail, mule deer, and bird hunting. The coulees provide excellent winter protection for wildlife and cattle, a very special attribute to Eastern Montana. The ranch has had impeccable care from the withe pipe fences to the pea gravel to the developed springs. It is a sanctuary in Eastern Montana. The acreage comprises: 6360.2 acres of Deeded Land: 5539.85 acres of Rangeland 479 acres of Hay Land 330.32 acres of Grazing Land 11.12 acres of Farmstead. There is 3007.12 acres of Leased property which consists of: 640 acres of State Land (125 acres AUM) 2367 acres of BLM Land (570 acres AUM). For a total of 9367.2 acres of prime Montana acreage. The ranch sits at an elevation that ranges from 3,000 feet to 3,700 feet. The average annual precipitation is 13.5 inches lending an average growing season (frost free days) from June 1st to September 20th. Currently the ranch’s cattle are Simmi-Angus cows; calves are born end of March and April. Calves are weaned mid-end of October averaging 620 pounds. The 2015 Prairie County Taxes were $5264.15 All stock water rights have been filed in Helena with the DNRC in accordance with Montana Water Laws. Extensive water development has taken place through-out the ranch. Seven wells - two solar - are the main sources of water for the ranch. There are approximately 11,000 feet of pipeline, over 16 tons of either fiber-glass, steel, and/or buried tanks. Electricity is supplied to most of the tanks on the winter range for stress free winter watering. Brackett Creek is a seasonal creek, typically running from the end of March to the first of June. Numerous fresh water springs are located throughout the ranch, providing water for livestock and wildlife, including: Brackett Creek Spring Coulee Sand Coulee E Bad Route W Bad Route Bad Route is one portion of the summer range on the ranch, it has two solar wells along with numerous springs. There are 100 acres of undeveloped water rights on the ranch. Domestic Water: there is 1 well with a large backup storage tank that is used for domestic water. Wells: There are 6 active livestock wells spread across the property. There are 3 living quarters on the Ranch: The MAIN HOME is a 3,400 square foot, 4-Bedroom House with 3 baths, a full basement and 2 decks. There is a 1,800 square foot GUEST HOUSE that boasts 3-Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, with a loft and deck, as well. An additional 1140 square foot MOBILE HOME (14ft x 70ft) can be used as a manager's quarters or extra living space. ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS/IMPROVEMENTS: HIP ROOF BARN, 1700 sf, with a vet room and heated calving room MACHINE SHED, 3200 sf (32 x 100) LIVESTOCK BARN, 10,000 sf (80X125) LIVESTOCK SHED, 924 sf (22 x 42) SHOP GRAIN BINS, 6,900 sf 3 PIPE/GUARD RAIL CATTLE CORRALS BACKGROUNDING YARD with 480 feet of concrete bunks and pipe fence/cable corrals The livestock buildings include calving sheds, a barn with a vet room & heated calving room, large set of pipe corrals for smooth cattle handling. Guard rail fence makes up the alley and loading chute of this efficient cattle working system. The south end of the ranch has another extremely well built set of pipe & wood corrals for easy handling of cattle, including a loading chute. There are 5 deer-fenced hay corrals. ACTIVITIES/AMENITIES (Local Area) Eastern Montana is known for its abundance of attractions and activities. Just south of the property runs the infamous Yellowstone River which is a water sportsman’s dream. Between the Yellowstone River and the nearby Powder River, there’s never a shortage of fishing, kayaking or canoeing. The surrounding towns host a plethora of community events, attractions and activities, including museums, galleries and theatre, rodeos and county fairs, trails for hiking, biking and climbing. Miles City hostess the world famous Bucking horse Sale and Terry is home to Montana’s longest continuously operating hotel, the Kempton Hotel. Powder River Historic Point in Terry, MT, documents the fateful journey of Custer’s troops on their way to the Battle of the Little BigHorn. The annual reenactment of that same battle on the Custer battlefield takes place every June. Montana’s largest state park is a short 30 minute drive along I94 and provides an abundance of outdoor activities: large game hunting, fly fishing, camping, hiking and even bird watching.
$200,000  •  12.4 acres
Bring your build plans for this prime 12 +/- Acre parcel located in the award-winning Spring Hill school district! Nice mix of trees, building sites, and gently sloped terrain, plus blacktop road frontage, public water source, and easy access to Hwy 169 make this a prime development location. Terrain accommodates a variety of uses. Buyer to confirm sewer line location.
$670,000  •  33.56 acres
Opportunity awaits on this 33 +/- Acre corner property bordered by blacktop roads that’s ripe for development! Looking for that perfect place supported by award-winning schools, recreation options, and quick highway access. Don't miss this one! Power, water and sewer are all close by, as well as grocery, fuel, and amenities. Terrain offers you a nice mix of building sites for a variety of uses.
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Michelle Parks
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