Situated in southwestern Montana’s legendary Paradise Valley with the beautiful peaks of the Absaroka Range as its backdrop, the Crow Hollow Ranch is an awe-inspiring setting. This majestic property which was once inhabited by the Crow Indian tribe, encompasses diverse topography which includes 478 acres (198 +/- deeded, 280 +/- leased), over a half mile of Suce Creek, mature aspen stands, ancient cottonwoods, grassy meadows, lush forest, and mountainous elevations tucked privately into a dramatic valley.
Bordered to the east by Gallatin National Forest, and BLM lands to the north and south, the ranch attracts large populations of moose, deer, and many other species of wildlife, while providing convenient access to over 900,000 acres of wilderness. Virtually surrounded by magnificent mountains, just 8 miles to downtown Livingston, with exceptional fishing on the Yellowstone River and two world class spring creeks nearby, Crow Hollow Ranch may be without equal.
The land is graced with a remarkable period-style farm house and barn, built by Karin Blake, a world-renowned interior designer, and her husband, William Levine. Additional improvements include the charming guest house which was built in1895, a log caretaker’s cabin built in 1973, outdoor riding arena, and several other historic outbuildings. These improvements, combined with the prime locale and breathtaking landscapes creates a masterpiece of nature beckoning recreational opportunities, relaxation, and gatherings with family and friends.
Rich in amenities and adventure, Crow Hollow Ranch presents a unique acquisition opportunity for the discerning buyer seeking a spectacular recreational property, with close proximity to the cultural allure of downtown Livingston, Montana.