Mike Sedgwick

My wife and I moved our kids out to the big sky country in 1999. Together with my family we have bought and sold businesses, homes, land, we’ve worked and managed luxury legacy ranches and now have the privilege to help buyers and sellers accomplish their dreams in home or ranch ownership. Whether you are buying or selling, my number one goal is to ensure that you have the best representation working for you. Honestly , integrity and loyalty is the reason why my clients get the best possible service no matter the price tag. With all of today’s technology combined with my experience and negotiating skills, I can help you find the home, ranch, land or recreation property so you can have a piece of the treasure state. “Results That Move You”
$399,000  •  0.23 acres
Have a big family or need the extra room, no problem in this 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom 3388 sq/ft Tri-Level home. The home features hardwood floors on the main level, large kitchen, dinning, and living area with gas fireplace. There is one bedroom on main level along with a Jacuzzi tub in bathroom. The lower level features 2 bedrooms, one bathroom, family area, lots of storage, laminate flooring, and partial carpet. The upper level consist of the large master bedroom, master bathroom with 2 sinks a walk through closet which goes into a little bedroom that could be used for a nursery or office. There is another room that is being used as a quilting room. The back yard has a patio deck for easy entertaining and cook outs and tall privacy fence, along with underground sprinklers, mature apple tree, and other shade trees. Take a short walk from the path that will eventually lead you down to the Boulder River and a small campground.
$2,350,000  •  350 acres
This 350 acre estate-like property is superbly located for the discriminating buyer who seeks privacy and convenience. The Main House: The main house is a custom crafted log home with all of the amenities one seeks in an artisan home. The 5032 sq/ft home was perfectly placed to capture the beautiful views of the Crazy Mountains and the Absarokee-Beartooths. The home includes an exquisitely designed kitchen with granite countertops; floor to ceiling stone fireplace in the great room; five bedrooms, five full bathrooms with an additional half bath; 867 sq/ft loft with a media room overlooking the stone fireplace and great room; and a three-car detached garage. The owners have also installed a back up generator system in case of a power outage and a private security system. The professionally manicured lawn has several mature trees and an underground sprinkler system. The lower level of the house has a walkout to lower patio area. The lower level includes an additional full kitchen; beautifully furnished western bar; and a media/game room. The lower level provides an independent area for a mother-in-law wing or for guest quarters. The garage/shop/horse barn which is situated by the main house offers the new owner to stall horses, house hay, or work on equipment. The building has floor heat,vet room, tack area, and a wash down bay. The second home which could be used for guests or caretaker is on a stand along 50 acre parcel with creek frontage. The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a attached garage. The old log cabin barn has been restored with horse stalls. There is another shed that could be used for shop or equipment. The Bridger Creek allows for livestock to water and provides fishing opportunities. The CH Ranch has many natural springs for livestock , wildlife and offers turkey, whitetail, mule deer hunting. The Gallatin National Forest just a few short miles down the country road offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities during summer and winter months. From camping, hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling, there is something for everyone. The Ranch is only 5-10 minutes to two fishing/recreational access on the world-renowned Yellowstone River. The CH Ranch is adjacent to a 40 acre BLM parcel but does not have the grazing lease.Location: Just minutes south of I-90, the ranch is mid-way between Montana's gateway cities of Billings and Bozeman-yielding access to airports, commerce, ski resorts and diversity. Stewards of the property, the owners have improved the production on the ranch as well as the wildlife habitat. This gentleman's ranch has everything one could want in Montana living. There is not much on the market that compares to the CH Ranch. Call for your private showing today.
$549,000  •  40 acres
One of the most spectacular views in the Yellowstone Valley can be found from the decks & windows of this immaculately maintained custom home located within minutes of downtown Big Timber, Montana.The Crazy Antelope Ranch consist's of 40 acres, 2112 sq/ft home with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious living and dinning. The kitchen has custom cherry cabinets, corner pull out drawers, LED lighting the cabinets. Soap stone counter top, stainless steel appliances, and large pantry. The super-turbo wood fireplace draws air in from other end of house and circulates the warm air. Granite counter tops and new fixtures in both bathrooms, large bedrooms. and the master bedroom has an exceptional view of the Crazy Mountains. The home is heated by Hydronic Heating in the floors, new paint inside and out, and new decking outside. Two car detached garage. The shop is 64' X 42' fully insulated, heated, with concrete floor, bathroom with shower, large overhead door, and plenty of storage space. The shop also has a room to do all of your cannery and wild game needs. There is also a 50' X 28' pole barn for horses, shop, or equipment.. If gardening is for you, then you will enjoy the one-acre fully fenced garden with drip system. The garden currently has Asparagus, Apple trees, Raspberries, Black Current, and Golden Current trees. This property has to many amenities to list them all. Views, Privacy, comfort, and room to let the horses graze. Call for a showing today.
$635,000  •  35 acres
Boasting with charm, this modern luxurious home conveys warmth, privacy, and character. The spacious 2580 sq/ft 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath all on one level home with radiant floor heat, vaulted ceilings, large laundry and mud room with extra storage, and a extra large master bedroom with HUGE walk in closet. The Crazy Mountains are visible from the dinning and great rooms. The property also hosts a 1300 sq/ft shed, shop, which previously was a dog kennel with 7 bays, heated, concrete floors and water. the dog run is incredible with more than enough room to play.The hunting in the area is well know for Antelope, Mule Deer, and Whitetail. The Yellowstone River access is only 5 miles away and offers great recreational opportunities. Approximately 10 acres are irrigated and have water rights through a shared ditch. This property is ideal for the buyer who has a few head of horses to graze year round or put up a few round bales of grass hay. Putter around the vast, over sized garage or unwind from the day's stresses as you walk your dogs or ride horses on the nearly 35 acres property. Enjoy country living at it's best. Only 7 miles from town and views of the Absarokee - Beartooth's and the Crazy's.Underground sprinklers keep the professionally manicured lawn green all season, and the extra water from the irrigation ditch runs through a well designed landscaped rock water feature. This property has everything one needs in country living. Call and schedule a showing today.
$650,000  •  400 acres
Offering an exceptional opportunity to own prime acreage( 400 Acres) with convenient access, privacy and great views, just 7 short miles outside the very desirable community of Big Timber, Montana. PROPERTY:Offering 400+/- Acres.4 Shares of West Fork Creek to Irrigate. 40+/- acres of irrigated hay ground.Adjacent to land locked State Section. Beautiful views of 4 mountain ranges. Wildlife includes: Antelope, White-tail,and Mule Deer, grouse, and Partridge. Only $1,625/acre. LOCATION:Big Timber is well known for the magnificent scenery, and western culture. Both have been captured by Hollywood in movies filmed here such as A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT and THE HORSE WHISPERER. In the Boulder Mountains to the south of Big Timber are a vast number of hiking trails, ghost towns, several Forest Service Campgrounds, and features such as Natural bridge and the Indian caves. We invite you to have a personal showing of this desirable piece of property called, WEST FORK 400, and also for you to experience first-hand the quality lifestyle that the community and surrounding area have to offer.
$422,400  •  160 acres
The Torbert 160 offers amazing views of the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountain Range to the South and the spectacular Crazy Mountains to the West. This 160 acre parcel is located off of a county road and overlooks the Yellowstone River Valley. The Torbert 160 generates some revenue as the neighbor runs 20-25 pairs of cattle on the property for a couple of months. The adjacent Corbin 160 property is also for sale and would make a nice addition to this property. The property is only 5 miles from town and is just a short distance from the Otter Creek Fishing access. The property has beautiful building sites and could be divided into two 80 acre parcels. The Torbert 160 sits near the town of Big Timber, Montana, which is located midway between the cities of Billings to the East and Bozeman to the West. Livingston is 30 minutes away and is considered the gateway to Paradise Valley which leads to Yellowstone Park. Big Timber is a great place to work and raise a family, the community has a great school system, churches, restaurants, and shops. If your looking to move to the great state of Montana, then give me a call for a private showing on this property or any other.
$5,900,000  •  1,290 acres
The Headgate Ranch of Sweet Grass County consists of 1290 deeded acres in the Last Best place. The ranch's western boundary has nearly one mile of creek frontage from the famous Big Timber Creek, which is thought to be the finest fly-fishing waters in the area. The structural improvements are very thoughtfully placed and are unique to our area of Montana. There is a wonderfully designed recreational village with a very discretely professional sized Squash Court, complemented by a media/movie theater room, viewing gallery along with a bar, and a ladies and men's dressing rooms. The village also includes a caretakers house and a barn for equipment and or storage. All of the improvements have been positioned for maximum views of the Crazy Mountains. Facts:1290 deeded acres.Elevation: 5500' average.Water Rights: 73 shares of the Big Timber Creek Canal Co. will convey. Mineral Rights that the owner owns will convey. Recreation:Big Timber Creek offers excellent fishing opportunities and the trailhead offers access to Crazy Mountain trails. The Crazy Mountains are a great place to visit and Big Timber Canyon is a gateway to the best of the Crazies. Big Timber Creek offers some of the most famous whitewater kayaking in Montana. This is water for experts and it is not uncommon to find kayakers on the water when the creek flows are good.The elk population has exploded and there are several archery permits given out for the 580 area. The rifle tag is a draw only, but with Ranch Owner Preference the chances of getting a 330-380 bull tag are excellent. Many of the neighboring ranches do allow fee hunting. The Crazy Mountains have the largest numbers of mountain goats in the state, and it is not uncommon to hike up Big Timber Canyon and see them up in the peaks. The Headgate Ranch has many mule deer on the property, along with antelope and occasional white tail deer. A number of cow elk calve in the area. There are several good springs that the owner has developed which will hold the wildlife and the deep coulees will give them protection. Overview:Over the last 30 years, the current owners have enhanced the holding with careful stewardship of the land and native habitat. The result is a legacy ranch of unsurpassed beauty and biodiversity that also presents an attractive land and recreational investment. The abundance of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain and running waters makes for unmatched outdoor experiences, whether fishing, hunting, hiking or horseback riding. This offering is the perfect Montana ranch for a small scale cattle or horse operation. Big Timber Creek fishing, wildlife, and plenty of privacy and seclusion.There are a few destination locations in the region where it is becoming increasingly challenging to find and acquire large acreage recreational properties. The Big Timber area and is an example of this. With its proximity to Bozeman and Billings, Headgate Ranch represents an opportunity to purchase a substantial holding. The land is exceptionally scenic and very private, while minutes away from vast amounts of wilderness for easy access. The property is minimally improved, there are numerous choice building sites, and the land is not encumbered with a conservation easement, although the neighboring ranches to the West have conservation easements on them. That means your views will not be obstructed. OFFERING PRICE and CONDITIONS OF SALEHeadgate Ranch, as previously described herein, is offered at US $5,900,000.00 in Cash or Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Sellers. The conditions of sale are as follows:All offers to purchase, or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by a wire transfer of 3.0% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Sweet Grass Title Co; in Big Timber, Montana;Earnest money deposits will be placed in escrow with Sweet Grass Title Co;All Prospective Buyers must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Sellers absolute financial capability to purchase the Ranch prior to scheduling an inspection of the Ranch;The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner's title insurance policy. Any endorsements requested by the Buyer or any lender will be at Buyer's expense. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a deed;All the water right claims controlled by the Ranch will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing, and all the mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing;Buyers' Brokers are welcomed and invited to contact Mike Sedgwick for information regarding Cooperation Policies.
$385,000  •  20 acres
ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS!!Here is a excellent opportunity to own 20 acres just outside of Big Timber, Montana. The 2080 sq/ft 1999 manufactured home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, latge mud room, spacious kitchen, dining and living area. There is a 16' x 20' deck for entertaining, the home and buildings all have new steel roof. Improvements: The property also includes a 36' x 30' 2-car garage with work benches up front. Year 2000- 36' x 48' metal shed for livestock , equipment, or hay shed. Year 2000- 16' x 48' open front shed with 4 bays and 16' end swing gates for sorting or corralling and a loading ramp. Year 2000- 6' x 8' garden shed. The property is perimeter fenced with woven wire for all types of livestock, and in the past there has been dry land hay cut. The well produces plenty of water for the livestock and the home both.The views are spectacular, overlooking the Crazy Mountains to the West, and the Absarokee and Beartooth to the South. The property has so much potential for the owner who wants to run a few head of cattle, sheep, or horses. With only 7 miles to Big Timber, beautiful views, amazing improvements, and being offered at a great price, this property will not last long. For more information or to schedule a showing, please call me.
$99,000  •  3.5 acres
Desirable 3.5 acre lot located approximately two miles outside the city of Big Timber, Montana. The spacious lot gives you the feel of country but the convenience of paved roads and close accessibility to town. A nine-hole destination golf course is very close by. With a three and half acre lot, build your own dream home and still have additional room for a large shop, corrals for horses, a large garden, trees and /or that project you've been waiting for. There are great views of the Crazy Mountains and a centralized park area for picnics or basketball. This property is in the Twin Ponds Subdivision and the owner has ditch rights to the Pioneer Ditch Company that will transfer with the sale of the property. If your Interested in a nice lot, please call me for a private showing. CO-Brokers welcome.
$399,000  •  160 acres
The Corbin 160 offers beautiful views of the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountain Range to the South and the spectacular Crazy Mountains to the West. This 160 acre parcel is located off of a well maintained county road and over looks the Yellowstone River Valley. The Corbin 160 is only 5 Miles from town and is just a short distance from the Otter Creek fishing accesss. The property has beautiful building sites and could be divided into 2-80 acre parcels. The corbin 160 generates some income as the neighbor grazes 20-25 head of cattle for a couple of months. The adjacent Torbert 160 property is also for sale and would make a nice addition to this property.The Corbin 160 sits near the town of Big Timber, Montana which is located only 1 hour from Billings and only 60 miles to Bozeman. The Gateway to Yellowstone Park in Gardiner Montana is only 1-1/2 hours away, so one could go spend the day seeing Old Faithful and touring the Park. Big Timber is a great place to work and raise a family, the community has every thing one needs and supports the local business. If your looking for a quality piece of land upon which to build your dream home, then give me a call for a private showing.
$1,050,000  •  305 acres
Antelope Hill consist of 305 beautiful acres surrounded by Legacy Land Owners and located in the Upper Nevada Creek Valley with broad views of the Lewis and Clark Mountain Ranges. Location: Conveniently located just 40 miles to Helena and one hour to Deer Lodge, this property is within minutes of National Forest and other public lands. The recreation in this area is famous for hunting, fishing, hiking, gold panning and exploring. The Continental Divide is just to the East in the Helena National Forest, and Nevada Lake is just to the North and West of property. The Elk herds in this area are in good numbers and frequent the property all year long. With 360 degree views, open meadows, rolling valleys, and mature pine trees, finding the perfect building site to construct your home or cabin will be easy. The property has been subdivided into three parcels, Tract C is the NW parcel consisting of 84 Acres, Tract B is the East parcel and contains 150 Acres. Tract 1-A is the SW parcel and encompasses 71 Acres. The owner would like to sell as one whole unit, but would make special consideration in selling just one or two of the parcels. If you are looking for the perfect recreational location to getaway for peace and quiet, then please give me a call for a showing.
$1,499,000  •  60 acres
Nestled in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, South East of Lewistown, Montana on the North Fork of Flatt-Willow Creek. Red Hill Retreat consists of 60 acres of private and secluded paradise, unmatched by anything on the market in the area. The retreat has been operated over the years as a wedding destination venue and can accommodate many people.AMENITIES:The pavilion is 1850 sq/ft with a full kitchen and dining area. The pavilion has a cook stove, built in Jenn -Air counter cook top, storage rooms, refrigerator, freezer, and comes complete with all of the table and chairs for hosting big events. The bunkhouse consists of 4 units all with heat and air conditioning, a full service laundry facility with linen storage and will accommodate up to 16 people. One room is fully handicap-accessible. Cabin # 1 has one queen bed, two hide-a-beds, and one full size bed along with a wood stove, electric heaters, window air conditioner, and small dining area. Cabin #2 has 2 bedrooms each with a full size bed, standing fireplace and electric heaters, and all right next to a spring. POTENTIAL: The Red Hill Retreat has much more potential than just a wedding venue. The 60 acre retreat has been owned and operated by the current owners as a cattle ranch for the past 135 years. The new owners of the retreat would have a possibility of buying another 40 acres that adjoins the property. Another added benefit to the new owner would be the possibility of leasing the hunting rights which would add another 8,000 deeded acres to the retreat, making it an ideal property for a outfitting camp or a corporate getaway.The Big Snowy Mountains merge with the Little Snowy Mountains at the point of the Red Hill Road. The hunting district is 411 and has the largest elk herd in the state with estimates up to 7,000 head. Adjacent large, private ranches are the reason why 350-400 class bulls have been taken in previous years. For additional information or a private showing, please call or email me.
$75,036  •  37 acres
The Salmond 37 is a perfect parcel and is being offered with the Morris Pheasant Ranch. The Morris Pheasant Ranch is 320 acres that adjoins the Salmond 37 to the North. The fortunate buyer of the Morris Pheasant Ranch will have the option to pick up the additional 37 acres which will allow even more hunting opportunities. The owner is offering this parcel because it really does fit the Morris Ranch better. This would allow the new owner to have roughly half mile of Muddy Creek frontage. The new survey will put the boundary in the middle of Muddy Creek. At the present time there is no easement into the 37 acre parcel making it a perfect fit to be added to Morris Pheasant Ranch. The improved grasses along with the endless water from Muddy Creek make this land very desirable for wildlife. The neighbors to the East have large grain fields that attracts birds from great distance.The birds rely on the cover from this acreage to hide from predators and with that brings excellent hunting opportunities. For the avid bird hunter, the possibility of owning 357 acres in the Teton county just North of Choteau, Montana is a dream come true. For a personal showing please contact me.
$10,000,000  •  182.8 acres
Re-Discover The Legendary Shiloh Sharps Rifle Company! This is a family owned business that brought the sharps Rifle back to life in 1976 and is still going today. More than 140 years later the mystique and lore surrounding this firearm has allowed Shiloh Rifle Manufacturing Co. to maintain a steady worldwide business in the heart of a small Montana town. Shiloh Rifle is the recognized leader in the quality production and craftsmanship of the Sharps Rifle; that is why their motto is, "Quality not Quantity." They are the only Company in the World whose parts interchange with the original Sharps rifles and are 100% American made. In 1996 they built their own Foundry, which provides all the castings for their rifles and provides castings for outside Companies. Shiloh Rifle has only been owned by the previous owner who started this company in 1976 in Farmingdale, New York and then moved it to Big Timber, Montana to the current owners who purchased it in 1991. The backbone of this American Company is their customer's belief in an American made product and the history behind the Sharps rifle. Many expansions were made when the Company was purchased in 1991. An Addition to the machine shop was added, the introduction of CNC machines, a nice showroom which showcases their different models and custom features offered, to accessories and reloading equipment that can be purchased. Gun Enthusiasts from around the world come in all year long to get a guided tour of the facility. Customers will come to spend the day learning how to reload and the owners will take them to the shooting range to assist and instruct on how to use their rifle. The Shiloh Sharps Rifle has been featured in some of the great western classics like, "Quigley Down Under," "Cross Fire Trail," and " Dancing With Wolves," just to name a few. The main core of Shiloh Sharps Rifle Company is the legendary 1874 and the 1877 rifles. When a customer decides to order a Sharps Rifle, the owners carefully help navigate through all the custom options including, calibers, wood finishes, barrel types, sights, triggers, butt plates, engravings, etc. There is no better feeling than knowing that you own a piece of American History. With the purchase of this company, you will acquire a 180/acre shooting range that is equipped with a silhouette range with four banks of targets, which can always be extended with the potential to add any number of targets. There are long range steel targets that can be moved for any distance. The range also has a beautiful cabin with a wood stove, amenities and allows a shooter to shoot out of the windows either off hand or bench shooting while staying warm in the winter. Shiloh Sharps Rifle Company is already established and has great rapport with customers and dealers all over the world, who know that when they purchase a Shiloh Sharps they are not only purchasing a historic rifle, they are supporting the principals of a way of life. Americans have fought and died for over generations--Self-reliance, pride and our FREEDOM!Shiloh Sharps Rifle Company comes turn-key, with great employees who care about the quality of product that they produce. To own this well known business, is to own a piece of history!For a qualified showing please contact me. Co-Brokers welcome.
$1,650,000  •  15.27 acres
This exquisite, architecturally designed custom log home offers the discriminating Buyer a majestic setting on 15+ acres south of Livingston, Montana. A great deal of thought was given to the planning and functionality of this 2006 constructed home with 4500 square feet of living space. The owner designed this home with precision and accuracy, embracing unobstructed views of several mountain ranges. THE MAIN RESIDENCE:The home boasts two master suites for comfort and privacy, a loft with two bedrooms and a gourmet kitchen with high-end Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. There is also a walk-in pantry, laundry, large office and a library. Stay warm by the custom designed floor to ceiling stone fireplace. There are hand-scraped hickory floors and flagstone tile throughout the home. Rest assured that your home is protected by the in home security system. In the lower level one can spend many hours of enjoyment playing billiards, cards in the game room, staying cozy by the wood stove, or socializing out on the patio. Enjoy a lunch or an evening meal on the over-sized deck that looks out to one of many mountain ranges. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS:The two-and-one-half car heated garage is detached and is designed to hold vehicles, ATV's, Rangers, lawn mowers and other equipment. Above the garage is a separate guest suite and office. The two stall 2500 + square foot barn has hot and cold running water, an over-sized tack room, a wood-burning stove and half bathroom. Adjacent and nearby the wonderful home is a nicely graded and installed round pen for the horses. The property has been professionally landscaped with boulders, trees and various plants, and is perimeter fenced. There are two superb wells that supply the underground irrigation system, to keep the shrubs, lawn, and trees green all summer long. The entire property has been hand weeded to preserve hundreds of types of wildflowers. Have a cocktail or a glass of wine at the outdoor fire pit and patio that provides views of the mountain ranges, as you look for elk or moose that frequent the area. LOCATION:143 Mission Meadow is located only 13 miles from the growing town of Livingston, Montana. Livingston is home to many shops, businesses, restaurants and is the gateway to Paradise Valley. Over the hill, a short distance to the East, is the West Boulder River where you can walk the many trails or fly fish the stream. There are several ski lodges within minutes of the property. You're only 45 minutes from the Bozeman International Airport or 2 hours from the Billings airport. If your looking for the perfect getaway property with a private driveway, but yet close to town, 143 Mission Meadow is the place. Please call me for a private showing.
$5,800,000  •  392 acres
Location / Historical Significance Krohn Lake Ranch is nestled in the Upper Blackfoot Valley, one of the most coveted and pristine locations in the Northern Rockies. More than 200 years ago the Lewis & Clark expedition passed through here on its way across the Continental Divide, guided by the Nez Perce, who followed this route to the buffalo. In 1882, John Krohn homesteaded the area and gave the largest lake its name, and in 1865, miners struck gold in nearby Lincoln Gulch. A River Runs Through It was filmed here in the Upper Blackfoot Valley, about 50 miles nothwest northwest of Helena, the state capital.Nearby Lincoln, just 9.5 miles to the West on Highway 200, offers basic goods and services including a grocery store, a gas station, several restaurants, medical services, and paved public airport with a 4200' lighted runway.Pristine wildlife sanctuaryYou'll find no shortage of wildlife here. The 35 acre private lake, 1.3 acre pond, and naturally fed springs support an amazingly diverse selection of animal life, including moose, elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, red fox, bald and golden eagles, osprey, trumpeter swans, Canadian geese, sandhill cranes, great horned owl, blue heron, west-sloped cutthroat, rainbow trout, and many more. 392 acres of conifers, aspen groves, grasses and wetlands meticulously cared for and professionally developed for the past 15 years to promote a healthy forest, wildlife habitat, and elk calving grounds.An outdoorsman's dream Enjoy all the adventures Montana has to offer at Krohn Lake Ranch, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own your own 392-acre wildlife sanctuary and private 35-acre lake estate stocked with west-sloped cutthroat and and triploid rainbow trout. Located on the southern edge of the Bob Marshall/Scapegoat Wilderness complex, the property offers unmatched peace and privacy, breathtaking panoramic views of the Rockies, and a myriad of outdoor pursuits right outside your doorstep. Snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, ATV off-roading, horseback riding, hunting, target shooting, fishing and boating all without setting foot off your property. Should you desire to venture out further, 1.5 million acres of backcountry is just minutes away as well as direct access to 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails just waiting to be explored.Exceptionally striking luxury custom home The exquisitely built 5,076 sq. ft custom log, post and beam home is a true work of art and captures the picturesque beauty of the ranch from every room and in every detail. A grand entryway abstraction of fallen trees inlaid into limestone floor brings the great outdoors indoors and sets the tone for the exceptional architectural features to follow. An enormous, dazzling wall of windows pulls you into the great room and completely overwhelms the senses, flooding the space with an abundance of natural light, sweeping birds-eye mountain and lake views, and the most vibrant sunrises. A massive native rock fireplace soars to the peak of the vaulted cathedral ceilings spanning 36' and grounds the heart of the home with giant exposed beams and airy loft overhead. The great room opens up to an adjacent formal dining room and gourmet kitchen with custom hickory cabinetry and granite countertops throughout. Two sets of glass double doors reveal 2,000 sq. of covered Brazilian hardwood decking, vaulted log canopy, and custom hand rails with treetop views. Dinner music is the chirping of birds, elk bugling, and the splash of the moose swimming below. An outdoor open hearth wood fireplace with backlit mantel offers an instant escape from reality and a romantic cozy fire for enchanting starry nights. In the east wing, the main floor master suite features two additional decks, a stone fireplace, spacious walk-in closet and bath complete with a steam shower and clawfoot tub. Precision cut steel balusters lead you to the lower level with a large family room and bar, an ultimate hangout for movies and gaming. Innovative wall-to-wall architectural shelving solutions accentuate the home's rustic and modern sensibilities all the while making storage look beautiful. Two bedrooms and bathrooms, and two bonus rooms provide flexibility for use as spare bedrooms, a gym, or an office. With all these incredible modern luxuries while still being able to take in the relaxing natural surroundings ask yourself: Why aren't I living here already?
$649,000  •  320 acres
ATTENTION BIRD HUNTERS!Here is a chance to own 320 acres in Choteau, Montana, the Gateway to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Morris Pheasant Ranch has been carefully developed over the last 18 years for bird habitat and offers some of the best pheasant hunting in Montana. Over the years the owners have planted exceptional grasses like: Rye, Crescent Wheat, Brome, and Alfalfa which attracts birds from all over. The surrounding neighbors all have grain fields planted in Wheat and Barley for the birds to feed on and the ranch provides the cover. With over a half mile of shelter belts that consist of Choke Cherries, Black Currants, Golden Currants, Silver Berry, Service Berry, Nanking Cherry, and Caragana Siberian Peashrub, the Pheasants, Sharptail, and the Huns all have fabulous cover to hide in. The water table in the area is extremely high and provides may marshy areas for waterfowl birds. Muddy Creek runs along the South and West ends of the Ranch and provides great habitat for Mule Deer and upland game. There are two grain bins, one a 1978 60,000 Bu and 1980 60,000 Bu, 1920 old granary, 2002- 5200 sq/ft Quonset shed , and a old shop for storage and equipment. The two -1984 Fleetwood single wide trailers are available or could be moved. According to the owner roughly 300 acres enrolled in the U.S. Department of Agriculture CRP Program that generates reoccurring revenue. The Ranch Owners have been training, breeding, and raising English Pointers for many years. The Morris Pheasant Ranch is located just 14 miles North of Choteau and only one hour from Great Falls, Montana. If you are interested in some of the best bird hunting Montana has to offer, then give me a call for a personal showing.
$3,500,000  •  746 acres
Here is a chance to own one of the best recreational properties in Montana. Wild Mountain Ranch consists of 746 deeded acres and has more water features than most ranches in the area.Springs flow freely from more than two drainages, feeding off of the Yellowstone Valley and creating good water and rich habitat throughout the ranch. These springs flow down the hillside and converge to fill a one-acre pond. The overflow runs down a couple hundred yards and fills another pond by the camping site, from there, it continues down to the barns and pools up again at the caretaker's house.The irrigation rights date back to 1899 and allow you to flood irrigate nearly 43 acres. The fields could be turned over and put into grain or alfalfa for excellent game habitat.Wildlife:In the earlier days, the ranch was a shooting preserve and evidence of that still remains. The natural habitat allows for phenomenal bird hunting, excellent deer hunting, and with the right management practices, will draw more of the area's resident elk herd in. The elk already use the upper pond during the summer to keep cool and find the ranch as a safe haven during the hunting season. Billman creek offers excellent native cutthroat and brook trout fishing. There are several ponds on the ranch that will provide hours of recreation. Location:Wild Mountain Ranch is located just 7 miles west of Livingston off of Interstate 90 and only 20 miles from Bozeman, Montana. Livingston is a growing, vibrant town with many new shops and restaurants. Livingston is the gateway to Paradise Valley which leads to Yellowstone National Park.The ranch offers so many locations to build your home, lodge, or guest cabins, the possibilities are too many to count. Incredible weather, scenic views, untouched valleys, and hilltops teaming with wildlife; what more could you ask for.For a personal tour and showing, please contact me.
$607,478  •  280 acres
Enjoy peace and tranquility with 280 deeded acres of recreational land East of Reed Point, Montana.Overlooking the Yellowstone River to the North, this ranch is located between Big Timber and Columbus with excellent access to Billings. On Cedar Coulee you will find private, productive land with no covenants and numerous sites for improvements and the added bonus of great panoramic views of the Crazy Mountains and the Yellowstone River Valley, making this a very desirable piece of land. Power is very close to property line and cell reception is good.Cedar Coulee has plenty of wildlife habitat, Mule Deer and Elk frequently visit the ranch while feeding on the high ridges and bedding down in the cedar trees. The Bull Elk winter in the area and occasionally will drop a shed or two. If you are looking for recreational property that offers, privacy, excellent building sites, wildlife, and good location, then look no further than Cedar Coulee. For a qualified private showing please give me a call.
$3,250,000  •  240 acres
The impressively splendid River ranch is located just outside of Big timber, Montana with breathtaking views, an abundance of wildlife and Yellowstone river frontage. This 240 acre riverfront property has nearly one mile of frontage on the south side of the Yellowstone river. In its upper reaches, within Yellowstone Park and the mountains of Montana, the famous Yellowstone River is a popular destination for fly fishing. The Yellowstone River is a Class 1 River from the Yellowstone National Park boundary to the North Dakota border for the purpose of stream access for recreational purposes. IMPROVEMENTS :240+/- acres,120+/- acres of irrigated hay land with wheel and hand line, 6.5 shares of Pioneer Ditch, 45' X 60' metal shed with concrete floor, Spring-fed creeks and ponds. WILDLIFE: The superb habitat of this property ensures steady visits from our native wildlife and migratory waterfowl. The abundance of Whitetail, Mule Deer, Ducks, Canadian Geese, Grouse, and Hungarian Partridge all visit the River Ranch for sanctuary. There are spring- fed creeks and ponds with the estuary of the spring creek entering the world famous Yellowstone River. The combination of wildlife, water and inspiring views is simply outstanding. This land is truly a unique masterpiece of nature, a fly-fisherman's dream come true. With breathtaking views of the Crazy Mountain Range and the Beartooth Mountains, this unique land offers diverse possibilities as a private recreational paradise or a productive multi-family compound. A LIMITED CHANCE at a lifestyle beyound compare, BLUE RIBBON FLY-FISHING RIGHT OUT YOUR FRONT DOOR!!If you are interested in viewing this property, then feel free to give me a call to set up a private showing.
$875,000  •  320 acres
This Recreational Ranch is ready for you to bring a few head of cattle or your horses. The opportunity to own 320 acres on a private end-of-the-road drive that is just far enough off the Interstate but yet close enough to town is a rarity in Montana. HOME: The home has a great open floor plan, with a huge kitchen, built-in double oven, an island with electric cook top and an abundance of cupboard space. The family and dining rooms have plenty of space for entertaining and on those really cold nights, a wood-burning stove. When you come in from working with cattle or horses, one can leave their muddy clothes and boots in the laundry/mud room, which has an outside entrance. The master bedroom is very spacious with two walk-in closets. The home is laid out very well and excellently maintained. IMPROVEMENTS:There are 55 acres of alfalfa/grass mix dry land hay.The shop is 28' x 40' built in 2015 so you can store tractors, equipment, toys, etc.There is an 18' x 24' built-in 2012 open front shed with a set of wooden corrals to hold your livestock in. There are also Hoskins water tanks with heaters in them. A 2006 10' x 16' open front shed for horses or cattle to get in out of the sun. The ranch is perimeter fenced and crossed fenced for superior grazing rotation. The spring that runs year-round is an excellent source of water for livestock and wildlife. The owner winters and calves out 50 pair of mother cows on the place and keeps them on the ranch until after branding, then moves them to summer pasture. WILDLIFE: The Ranch hosts many species of wildlife including whitetail and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, Hungarian partridge, and an occasional elk. Many good mule deer bucks have been seen grazing from the kitchen window. The elk population is continuing to grow in the Bridger Creek Drainage, thus implementing some wildlife management resources, it will be only a matter of time before elk are seen more frequently. The ranch is only a short distance from Interstate 90 and the Yellowstone River. There are several fishing accesses in the immediate area, allowing for one to spend the day floating the river or fly fishing for trout. If you have been searching for a half section of good productive pasture land with good wildlife, then call me for a qualified showing. CO-Brokers welcome.
Hayden Outdoors

Mike Sedgwick
127 McLeod St.
Big Timber, MT 59001

Mobile: 406-930-2379