Situated in the “Golden Triangle” area of north central Montana approximately 45 minutes north of Great Falls, the Teton River Ranch offers outstanding hunting opportunities in one of the most renowned upland bird and big game hunting areas of the state. Consisting of 2,597± deeded acres of river and creek bottom riparian habitat, plus an additional 120± acres of Bureau of Land Management and 1,320± acres of State of Montana lease land, the property is home to mule deer, white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, turkey, pheasant, Hungarian partridge and sharp-tail grouse. The acreage is surrounded by productive large-scale farming operations, and the neighborhood is sparsely populated in a rural setting. The ranch’s deeded acreage straddles both sides of the Teton River for over 9± miles, and another 2.5± miles of river flows through leased ground controlled by the ranch. Upland bird habitat on the property is tremendous; the ranch has been managed with an emphasis on maximizing the resident pheasant population for over 20 years and the number of birds on the property is staggering. Improvements include a 2,052 square foot main residence, a four-plex guesthouse for family and friends, an original ranch house, miscellaneous outbuildings and grain bins. The property is relatively close to town and services, yet provides very high-quality hunting amenities in a private setting. The Teton River Ranch is one of the finest sporting ranches in Montana and represents a prime purchase opportunity for the avid outdoor enthusiast.