Hall and Hall’s Montana Ranch Listing Featured in Wall Street Journal

Hall and Hall’s listing for a Montana ranch in the Bitterroot Valley known for it’s Mcintosh apples was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal story. With annual sales reaching over a quarter billion dollars, Hall and Hall’s goals today echo those of their founders: to give our global client base a more comprehensive, transparent, and far-reaching resource for finding, purchasing, selling, owning, and managing property.

Mcintosh apples, Hall and Hall, Montana Ranch

An excerpt from the story reads:

The 75 or so apple trees on this ranch date to when Montana’s Bitterroot Valley was known for its McIntosh apples. Investors started arriving in the 1860s to take part in the boom, says the Ravalli County Museum in Hamilton. The 196-acre property has a 500-square-foot cabin and views of the Bitterroot Range.

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