Never Been Offered on Open Market: Montana’s Lucas Ranch hits market for first time in over 100 years


Less than 60 miles from Bozeman, Montana sits Lucas Ranch. The 8,134-acre property has been home to four generations of ranchers and has finally been listed on the open market, for the first time in 133 years.

According to the Live Water Properties listing, “Lucas Ranch is one of the most significant land offerings on the market today and consists of over 12 square miles of diverse terrain on the western slope of the Crazy Mountains. Irrigated farmland ascends to expansive rolling pasture divvied by multiple creek drainages... The ranch’s diverse habitats create a haven for wildlife and the topography and vegetation throughout the acreage provide world-class elk hunting.”

It is currently listed at $20,000,000 dollars.


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