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Swan Land Company, based in Bozeman, Montana with offices in Buffalo, Wyoming and Salt Lake City, Utah, is a client-driven ranch, farm and recreational land sales company. We draw upon years of successful experience in representing premier ranching, farming and recreational properties throughout the Rocky Mountain West including Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico and Nebraska. Properties handled consist of solid operating livestock ranches, productive farms and beautiful blocks of recreational land. Having solidly built a reputation on integrity, intimate client interaction, unparalleled service, hard work, and extraordinary market knowledge – it is with these principles that we serve our clients. The associates of Swan Land Company have extensive real estate experience and specialize in representing sellers and buyers of premier properties. Our hands-on style allows us to provide superior levels of personal service not always found in larger firms – leading our clients through the details of each and every transaction. Through our skillful execution of fiduciary responsibility and market knowledge, our clients are provided with unequaled service and peace of mind.
$2,495,000  •  285 acres
Stafford Meadows Minor Subdivision, conveniently located only 10 minutes to Livingston and 20 minutes from Bozeman, is a 285-acre development with five lots that provide numerous different opportunities for a new owner. The largest lot, which is 125-acres, has Billman Creek traversing through it, plus several developed springs and seeps. A small cabin is situated on the property and there are several ideal building sites to build your dream home. Each of the four 40-acre lots offer beautiful home sites in a sheltered basin setting providing privacy, great views, wildlife, and rock outcroppings. The infrastructure is in place with buried electricity to each of the lots and excellent roads developed with fire turnouts throughout. One might also choose to build their own home on one of the 40-acre lots enjoy this wonderful property to themselves. Surrounded by the Absaroka, Bridger, and Crazy Mountains, the views are endless. Close to Yellowstone International Airport, Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, Bridger Bowl, and Big Sky, this property presents a unique and rare opportunity to either keep to enjoy the spectacular landscape or to sell the individual parcels.
$6,800,000  •  102 acres
Enjoy the seclusion of this end-of-the-road 102± deeded-acre river ranch while residing less than a mile from the truly historic town of Fort Bridger, Wyoming. The Ranch includes nearly a half-mile stretch of the Blacks Fork River meandering through the property. The spectacular 6,260± square-foot custom home is perfectly situated overlooking the pond, manicured landscaping and lush pastures. Located near the home is the custom-built combination horse barn, equipment storage facility and self-contained apartment. All of the improvements are constructed with the finest materials and the building style is exemplified by 2" x 6" exterior wall construction, premium insulation, custom oversize solid-wood doors, and premium hardwood floors.
$13,000,000  •  970 acres
Owned by the Leffingwell Family since 1901, this offering is truly historic and may be one of the longest-held family ranch properties in Park County and Southwest Montana. The next owner of this iconic ranch will be only the third owner since Montana was granted statehood in 1889. Consisting of approximately 970 deeded acres, Leffingwell Ranch is currently being operated as a “working dude ranch” along the trout-rich waters of Brackett Creek west of Clyde Park. The setting of the Ranch headquarters along Brackett Creek provides dramatic views of the Bridger Mountain Range to the west and the Crazy Mountain Range to the east. Mid-sized properties, as well as sizable ranches, control much of the private land in the Brackett Creek Valley. Combined with the vast acreage of U.S. Forest Service land, the possibility of future high-density development in this area is unlikely. The limited number of homes makes this area of Gallatin and Park Counties one of the most highly sought-after parts of Southwest Montana.
$2,200,000  •  465 acres
This solid ranch property near Mink Creek, Idaho is conveniently located about 14 miles outside of Preston. It is the second largest property on East Birch Creek Road and consists of about 465 deeded acres of which 197 acres are classified as crop land. The Ranch includes a small home, classic barn, and shop. Cache National Forest shares a common boundary about 3/4 of a mile. The Ranch, which is perimeter and cross fenced, will run about 30 cows, and produce enough hay for the herd and sell the surplus hay. The property is bisected by the Mink Creek Canal, and Upper Birch Creek Ditch. The ground below the canal is irrigated with three wheel lines and some hand lines via water obtained through irrigation shares with Birch Creek Irrigation Company and Consolidated Irrigation Company. Backing up to Cache National Forest, deer and elk frequent the property, which is located in hunting district #77.
$1,200,000  •  20 acres
Surrounded by a working cattle ranch, Rock Creek Overlook is a unique, well-maintained in-holding just a little over a mile off the highway on a private road outside of Rock River, Wyoming. This 20± acres, which utilizes city water, is a productive piece of ground with no covenants or homeowners associations. The closest neighbor is half a mile away and not being part of a subdivision provides the opportunity to live a lifestyle without restrictions. Wake up to the lush meadow views and cottonwood trees along the creek from the 4-bedroom, 3-bath home, which captures the spectacular views in every direction, especially along Rock Creek to the east and south of the property. Although the property is close to town, this is an ideal opportunity to live a completely self-sufficient lifestyle by taking advantage of the fenced pastures, barn, chicken coop, well-established garden, and productive ground.
$1,950,000  •  2,040 acres
This well located 2,040± acre ranch is all deeded and has two established homesites. Situated only 2 miles from Lusk, Wyoming and accessed via Silver Springs Road, the Ranch is convenient to the amenities of town, yet provides the needed space for a private feeling. Well sodded pastures and dryland hay fields have historically supported approximately 85 cow/calf pair year around. Those seeking a grass ranch close to a quiet Wyoming town will appreciate the Bone Ranch.
$1,400,000  •  19 acres
Located only three miles from the Medicine Bow National Forest boundary, Sierra Madre Mountain Retreat is a rustic mountain getaway on 19± deeded acres. This retreat offers privacy, seclusion, and 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains and valleys without any neighbors in sight. Wildlife is abundant, including elk, deer, and antelope, both on the property and in the surrounding hills and nearby forests. The property features a stunning 3-bed 2-bath log home with an additional loft, attached garage, shop, and horse barn. Relax on the covered porch and enjoy spectacular sunsets across the rolling hills to the distant forests and mountain ranges.
$2,850,000  •  15 acres
Spectacular panoramic views surround the impeccable home and acreage that is 51 Little Belt Way in Belt, Montana. Situated on 15 acres in the exclusive Ranches at Belt Creek community, the property features a beautifully designed main home with timber and stone accents, expansive views and luxurious living with ample room for family and friends. Located in the heart of Charlie Russell Country, the Ranches at Belt Creek provides owners access to the quintessential Montana lifestyle through shared ranch amenities including a clubhouse and dining room with an executive chef, access to horse facilities, a shooting sports center and private access to Belt Creek. The luxurious home coupled with the recreational amenities of the Ranches provides owners with an exceptional opportunity to relax and enjoy all that Montana has to offer.
$5,850,000  •  210 acres
Situated on the banks of the mighty Flathead River sits Flathead River Ranch - 210± deeded acres of farm ground, pasture, and irrigated hay meadows. In this pastoral setting in the Flathead Valley, the ranch is surrounded by multiple mountain ranges and large farms, while the communities of Kalispell, Bigfork, Whitefish, and Glacier National Park are located only a few minutes’ drive. The ranch is perfectly positioned to take advantage of all the aspects of a Montana lifestyle. With a private boat ramp and access to the Flathead River, access to Flathead Lake is an easy nine-mile boat ride. The ranch also provides private access to spring-fed Egan Slough on the west boundary, which provides recreational sport fishing for bass, perch, and pike as well as exceptional waterfowl viewing and hunting opportunities. Additionally, the ranch has a regulation skeet and trap range and an observation tower for wildlife viewing and further hunting opportunities. The signature feature of the ranch is the Flathead River which meanders in front of the property to the south. Here, the river is over 200 feet wide and over 60 feet deep with views across the river of the rich riparian forests, much of which is in conservation easement. There is also a river-side recreation and campground area offering friends and family power for travel trailers. The comfortable improvements on the ranch consist of a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 5,000 square-foot main ranch home, beautifully remodeled in 2009, and a cozy 3-bedroom, 2-bath guest home. A spacious heated and insulated main shop, several outbuildings, equipment sheds, storage areas, corrals and a historic grain elevator make up the remainder of the headquarters’ improvements. The setting behind the main home and guest home is a manicured landscape along the banks of a spring-fed creek offering an environment of tranquility and peace. Opportunities to enjoy the ranch are varied with a unique combination of recreational, ranching, and farming components. Flathead River Ranch, in this very special Montana location, will provide much enjoyment to the next fortunate owner.
$6,395,000  •  2,577 acres
Flying O Missouri River Farm, located on the Missouri River just west of the attractive small town of Culbertson, Montana, has been in the same family ownership for 81 years. Consisting of approximately 2,577 total deeded acres, 1,784± acres are very productive mostly river-bottom dry cropland and irrigated ground with excellent yields. Adhering to the family motto of “Quality over Quantity”, this extensive and diverse farming operation currently raises malt barley, sugar beets, Durum wheat, spring or winter wheat, and some lentils and peas. Historically, the biggest cash crop on the farm is the 550± irrigated acres of sugar beets. Conveniently located nearby is a piling station in Culbertson and a sugar beet processing facility in Sidney. The construction of the Holly Sugar Corporation’s processing plant in Sidney in 1925 helped make beets the number one cash crop in Richland and Roosevelt Counties, and sugar beets remain a valuable crop along the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers. Both Coors and Anheuser-Busch have bought the malt barley from the farm in the past; the seller was a previous president of the National Barley Growers Association.
$3,250,000  •  40 acres
The Headwaters Livestock Auction, centrally located in one of Montana’s most productive livestock producing areas, sits on approximately 40 acres. The current owners leased the facility for three years prior to acquiring it in 2014, and have successfully operated it as a family business for the past eight years. Situated in the middle of the western and eastern agricultural markets with major highways heading all directions, cattle can easily be transported in all directions.
$1,345,000  •  158 acres
The rolling open terrain of this 158± acre parcel offers spectacular panoramic views of the Shields Valley in a classic rural Montana setting. With the majestic Crazy Mountains on the eastern horizon, the Bridger Mountains to the west and the famed Absaroka Mountains to the south and surrounded by fertile farm and ranch ground, this property provides privacy and seclusion, without being remote. The property is wrapped on two sides by about 470 acres of State of Montana land, which adds to the expansive experience and secures the views, seclusion, and solitude. There are approximately 130 acres of dryland crop ground and the property is perimeter fenced for grazing, which provides two small annual income streams. Herds of mule deer and antelope are frequent visitors and elk are seen regularly on the property and the adjoining state lands, providing big-game hunting opportunities with a general tag. The open-valley setting is alive with the natural sounds of songbirds, sandhill cranes, waterfowl and raptors. The Shields River provides a great local fishing resource and the famed waters of the Yellowstone River are only about 20 driving minutes away.
$22,500,000  •  6,899 acres
Livingston Peak Ranch offers an exceptional opportunity for recreation, big game hunting and Yellowstone River fishing with significant conservation and development potential. The Ranch encompasses 6,899± total acres, of which 4,999± acres are deeded and 1,900± are leased from the State of Montana and Bureau of Land Management. Home to large herds of elk, deer and antelope, and over ½ mile of Yellowstone River frontage, the Ranch provides the coveted and hard-to-find combination of fishing and elk hunting on the same ranch. Livingston Peak Ranch is currently unimproved and comprised of 78 parcels, which creates many development and conservation options. There are multiple spectacular building sites that capture the panoramic views of the Crazy, Bridger and Absaroka Mountain Ranges.
$9,850,000  •  8,609 acres
Snowy Range Ranch is a recreational cattle ranch bordering the Medicine Bow National Forest and located along the north, middle, and south forks of Mill Creek, just 26 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming. With excellent wildlife habitat consisting of timber, aspens, alpine meadows, deep draws, rock outcroppings, native grasslands, and excellent cover along Mill Creek, the Ranch consistently produces trophy elk. With 8,609± total acres, of which 7,617± acres are deeded, the Ranch offers excellent summer grazing opportunities. With good access, the Ranch is conveniently located about 30 minutes from the Laramie Regional Airport. This is a generational opportunity to acquire summer grazing AUMs and an excellent elk hunting ranch in a highly sought-after area.
$8,850,000  •  38 acres
Tucked along the banks of Rock Creek, bordering National Forest lands, just outside of Red Lodge, Montana, is the tranquility of the Rock Creek Resort. Moments from the Beartooth Highway and the nearby northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the Resort occupies a prime commercial location in one of the world’s most spectacular settings. With over 38± deeded acres in multiple parcels, bordering the Custer National Forest on the west and east boundaries, a spring-fed stocked trout pond, and with .36± miles of Rock Creek meandering through the property, the Resort grounds perfectly capture the majesty of the Beartooth Mountains. Offered for sale as an established resort operation with varied guest accommodations of 84 rooms, the historic Old Piney Dell restaurant, pool and sauna, wedding and conference facilities, and transferable liquor and gambling licenses, the Resort offers the next owner almost unlimited possibilities for immediate use and future expansion in a location that cannot be duplicated.
$29,750,000  •  13,250 acres
Elk Ridge Ranch is an extremely private mountain ranch with exceptional wildlife resources, incredible panoramic views, excellent summer grazing and close proximity to all of the amenities in Bozeman, Livingston and Yellowstone National Park. There are three resident herds of elk that utilize the Ranch, providing unparalleled elk hunting for big bulls during both archery and rifle seasons. The Ranch encompasses 13,414± deeded acres that are a mix of native pasture, riparian bottoms and timbered slopes. The Ranch includes 1,600 State of Montana acres and 320± acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for 1,920 leased acres making a 15,334± total acre Ranch.
Swan Land Company
Swan Land Company
Swan Land Company Swan Land Company
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1185 North 14th Avenue - Suite One
Bozeman, MT 59715

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