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This magnificent property is the result of consolidating four properties into one contiguous parcel of over 5500 acres. This effort that has taken over twenty-five years and two owners.  Pristine frontage along the famous Yellowstone River runs  for an amazing three and one-half miles, reaching from beautiful high bluff, to Cottonwood covered bottom-land and island-features.  From the river the topography rises over several thousand acres of multifaceted crop and "range-land,"  proceeding north and extending into the foothills of the Crazy Mountains.  A rise in elevation up to 600 feet above the river provides some of the most spectacular scenic vistas found anywhere, providing an overlook of hundreds of miles of green valleys and snow covered mountain ranges .   Looking out over the highest vantage points on the ranch one can only wonder what stories the ancient rock outcroppings might be be able to tell.  They would tell of the Native American Tribes that dominated the area for hundreds of years and of the massive herds of buffalo filling the expanses below.  They certainly would recall Captain William Clark and his men crossing the ranch in July of 1806 on their return journey from the Pacific, this fact makes this ranch  a place of unquestionable nationally historical significance.

With a reverence and respect for the uniqueness of this  ranch, the past two owners  have been dedicated to the restoration and preservation of  its natural beauty and history.  Special emphasis has been provided to the native flora, fauna and wildlife inhabitants.  Every effort has been made to nurture, maintain and re-establish natural habitat throughout the diverse terrain of the ranch . Rarely is a  recreational/ranch property, as well maintained, and of this exceptional quality found anywhere.  The stewardship and dedication toward preserving the immense wide-open space, is obvious at first sight.  This ranch has been described by prominent real estate professionals as  "absolutely irreplaceable."

A potential buyer with a philosophy and  commitment to continuing the preservation of this legacy property would be most welcome.  Come tour the ranch with us and see  the unique opportunities it presents.  Finally, the  ranch has been pre-qualified  for a  valuable Conservation Easement.  This should be of consideration to prevent the never ending threat of encroachment upon, and destruction of, our few remaining substantive wide open spaces.  Not to the mention the nationally historic significance of the Lewis & Clark Expedition.  This ranch has it all, and is a treasure chest of Mother Nature's very best.




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Engwis Ranch is now being represented by:
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