London news website takes a peak at Tammany Castle in Montana

Tammany Castle, a Montana ranch for sale recently listed by Hall and Hall at $2.95 million, is featured on, a network of websites for the Guardian newspaper in London.

The Guardian has been “Snooping around,” as the section is called, and came across Montana ranch real estate of historical interest:

Tammany Castle in Montana occupies an iconic position in the history of horse breeding and western settlement. Fully restored and converted to a luxury residence, this is the building created by copper king Marcus Daly after the successful run of his prize thoroughbred Tammany against Lamplighter in the 1893 Stakes race.

The 5,400-square-foot luxury ranch home now sports four bedroom suites, a conservatory/living area, modern kitchen, and a library for good measure. The home, which sits on 11 acres, overlooks the magnificent Bitterroot Valley from the top of a bluff.

Hamilton, the town nearest to the ranch, features a private jet port for quick access to Tammany Castle – a Montana horse ranch perfect for an equestrian enthusiast, discerning homeowner, or anyone who would like to curate a piece of living history.

Hall and Hall is a ranch real estate company that emphasizes land stewardship.