Sitting Bull Ranch featured as Wall Street Journal’s House of the Day

The Wall Street Journal features a Montana ranch for sale—newly listed by Hall and Hall at $5.25 million—as House of the Day. Sitting Bull Ranch is located near Custer, Montana, at the base of the Bull Mountains.

The 3,000-acre ranch is the ultimate recreational retreat, with a motocross track, 18-hole folf course, and 500-yard shooting range. No need to worry about hunting opportunities, since the property is rich with elk, mule deer, turkey, antelope, and upland birds.

At the end of the day, the 8,340-square-foot main lodge provides all the necessities for entertainment, including a room with an indoor waterfall, bar, and poker table. The main lodge also features two master bedrooms. In addition to the luxurious lodge, the ranch compound includes a 3,400-square-foot guest center and four guest cabins, not to mention a 2,400-square-foot workshop. Sitting Bull ranch comes with its current furnishings.

To see photos of the main lodge, click here.

Sushil Cheema of The Wall Street Journal spoke with the owner, John Greytak, about selling the ranch, which has been in his family for 32 years.

Mr. Greytak says he spends more time at another ranch he owns closer to his primary residence 400 miles away on the western side of Montana.”Sitting Bull was getting near completed,” he says. “I’m a visionary. I like to see something completed and then move on to the next project.”

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