Overseas Living features Cherry Creek Ranch as Hot Property

Cherry Creek Ranch, listed by Hall and Hall, is featured as Hot Property in the November-December 2010 issue of Overseas Living. To read the story, click here and go to page 76.

The 100-acre Montana hunting ranch, surrounded by three million acres of the Beaverhead National Forest, is listed at $2.195 million. The ranch compound includes a main home, guest house, caretaker’s house and fishing/sauna cabin, all of which were built from recycled cabins.

Overseas Living calls Cherry Creek Ranch a “getaway location unlike any other.” International flights land less than an hour from this hunting ranch, yet no other houses are in sight of the property. Overseas Living writes:

Unbelievably (to look at the pictures) the closest town is just seven miles (10 minutes) away and commercial air services are under one hour’s travel. The grandfather of natural fishing pond design, Joe Urbani, has brought 31 years of experience to the site and contributed a beautiful trout pond that is overlooked by the cabins. Elk, deer, antelope, grouse and partridge roam the property and adjacent forests, serving as an ever-present reminder that this really is a retreat into nature. The fabled gold-medal middle section of the blue-ribbon designated Big Hole River – internationally renowned as a prime fly-fishing location – is 10 minutes from the front door.

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