Ruby Mountain Ranches North
Dillon, MT | 160± Acre Lots
RMRN 1: Sold
RMRN 2: Sold
RMRN 3: Sold
RMRN 4: Under Contract
RMRN 5: Sold
RMRN 6: Sold
The Ruby Mountain Ranches is a unique opportunity offering 6 large tracts of land overlooking one of the most beautiful valleys in Montana. These 160 +/ – acres tracts are poised atop an elevated bench at the base of the Ruby Mountains with expansive views of the Beaverhead Valley and its surrounding mountain ranges. All tracts have incredible homesites with plenty of room for privacy. Each 160 +/ – acre tract is governed by covenants with the intent to keep the development desirable and each landowner’s investment well protected. These tracts can never be split or subdivided, giving a prospective buyer the peace of mind that space, beauty, and privacy will be maintained perpetually.
Ruby Mountain Ranches Concept
The idea behind The Ruby Mountain Ranches is to offer a very unique buying opportunity in the last part of Southwest Montana which truly embodies what Montana is all about. When you think about Montana, you envision beautiful mountains, streams and rivers, hard-working, blue collar, agriculture, nature, and friendly neighborly people. Dillon, MT and Beaverhead County is exactly that. What this community lacks in traffic lights, hustle, and bustle, it more than makes up for in genuine honest people. The Ruby Mountain Ranches offer large parcels of property and will ensure their protection by placing covenants and restricting the further development of each parcel. All aspects of this project will be done at the highest quality – from roads to entryways. Our aim is to offer a beautiful expansive product and then keep it that way!
The Ruby Mountain Ranches are located approximately 6 miles south of Dillon, MT in the heart of Beaverhead County’s prime farm and ranch country. These parcels are strategically located at the Southern end of the valley and represent what we would call the gateway to the Blacktail Creek Valley. Blacktail Creek originates in the Southern tail of the Gravelly Range and meanders north and west to its confluence with the Beaverhead River in Dillon. Historic ranches surround the development, further enhancing the privacy and tranquility.
Each parcel in Ruby Mountain Ranches is composed of 160 +/ – acres of native range and improved pasture. Power will be available at the corner of each parcel and a new access road will provide owners with access exclusively for property owners in Ruby Mountain Ranches. Each access road will be complete with a beautiful entryway made of log and pole rail fencing.
Beaverhead County is Montana’s biggest county and offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreation with hundreds of thousands of public acres in the form of Wilderness Areas, National Forest, Bureau of Land Management and State of Montana lands. Hunting for big game, especially elk, can be second to none. The surrounding mountain ranges are full of alpine lakes and streams perfect for camping and family outings. The Beaverhead and Big Hole Rivers are two of the most sought after fly fishing destinations in the United States and are both easily accessible to The Ruby Mountain Ranches.
The Ruby Mountain Ranches are located approximately 6 miles south of Dillon, MT in the heart of Beaverhead County’s prime farm and ranch country. These parcels are strategically located at the Southern end of the valley and represent what we would call the gateway to the Blacktail Creek Valley. A review of 49 wells in the area as per data indicates the average depth of surrounding wells is 157 ft. with 23 GPM average.
Ruby Mountain Ranches is currently in development with infrastructure to be completed mid 2021. From an established entrance, private roads now under construction will provide private access to the 160 tracts. The physical layout of the ranch tracts has been set and protective covenants drafted. 160 acre lots now being offered, subject to completion of infrastructure, are available for preview and can be reserved for purchase pending completion. All prospective buyers in Ruby Mountain Ranches accept that the project is moving toward completion.