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A massive Montana ranch from ‘A River Runs Through It’ is set to sell for $136 million in one of America’s priciest ranch deals. Look around the property.

montana ranch The ranch spans virtually 80,000 acres across four districts.

A Montana ranch featured in the Brad Pitt cinema "A River Runs Through It" is set to sell to an uncharted customer for around $136 million. If it closes, it would be one of the most expensive ranches ever sold in the US. It's being sold by the Anderson family, offsprings of the founder of the Bank of California. See more fibs on Insider's business page.

A Montana ranch is in contract to sell for a record-breaking $ 136 million, ranch brokerage Swan Land Company confirmed to Insider.

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As Mansion Global first reported, the ranch, known as the Climbing Arrow Ranch, went into contract for close to its $136.25 million asking price less than a few weeks after it hit the market .

A spokesperson for Swan Land Company declined to comment on the identity of the purchasers except to disclose that the buyer is an American citizen.

The deal is expected to close sometime in the summer, the spokesperson told Insider.

If the bargain closes, Climbing Arrow would be the most expensive ranch ever sold in Montana and one of the priciest sold in the US, the ranch brokerage spokesman said.

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The current record in Montana is held by the $ 132.5 million Broken O Ranch, which billionaire Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke bought in 2012 in a transaction likewise handled by Mike Swan.

Kroenke was also the buyer of what is believed to be the most expensive ranch ever sold in the US in 2012: a 520,000 -acre Texas ranch that was listed for $725 million. The final obtain premium, however, was never disclosed.

Most ranch distributes, nonetheless, are nowhere near that rate series. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, one of the richest boys in the US, devoted a comparably insignificant $45 million on a 4,600 -acre Colorado ranch with a golf course and a helipad last-place May.

A Texas ranch that belonged to late petroleum industrialist T. Boone Pickens hit the market for $250 million in 2017, but it's still on the market four years later -- even with a $30 million price cut.

Climbing Arrow spans roughly 80,000 acres across four Montana counties: Gallatin, Meagher, Madison, and Broadwater.

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It's within 30 miles from Bozeman, one of the fastest-growing cities in the US.

One portion of the ranch frontiers a ranch owned by Ted Turner, the CNN founder who's also one of the country's biggest proprietors .

A trestle aqueduct that heads into a tunnel on the dimension was boasted as a filming locating in the 1992 Robert Redford-directed film "A River Runs Through It."

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Source: Swan Land Company

Climbing Arrow is being sold by the Anderson family, "whos doing" condescended from the founder of the Bank of California.

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Buck Anderson, the grandson of Bank of California founder Frank B. Anderson, bought the ranch with his wife, Marcia, in 1959, according to Swan Land Company. Their children are now selling the ranch following the deaths of Buck in 2012 and Marcia 2020.

"Our family has had the great privilege of being the superintendents of this beautiful ranch for over 60 times, " the Anderson children said in a statement obtained by Insider. " ... While we feel both dignity and heartache in this change, it is time to pass the reins to a brand-new proprietor who will love and enjoy the ranch as much as we have."

Climbing Arrow facets various meagre employee palaces, guest residences, and an owner's home, according to the listing.

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There are also multiple barns, corrals, mechanic stores, molts, and calving equipment on the ranch.

The ranch is set up with a 2,000 -head business Black Angus cattle operation.

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Source: Swan Land Company

The dimension is also a primary recognize for trawl, with 17 miles of the trout-filled Sixteenmile Creek passing through the owned as well as five miles of Madison River frontage. Other fish flows are a short drive away.

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Source: Swan Land Company

Ranches have become a hot merchandise during the course of its pandemic, dealers say.

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"Land as an investment-grade asset has enjoyed a flag 2020, " Eric O'Keefe of the Land Report told Forbes in September 2020. " ... Clearly, the best interests of the a remote or a removed getaway has become a much-coveted quality."

Bill McDavid of ranch brokerage Hall& Hall told Insider last May that he'd already seen a spike in interest in ranch assets in places like Montana and Wyoming a couple of months into the pandemic. Most of the wealthiest customers come from California, Texas, and New York, he said.

"You get up to that echelon of prosperity and those individuals who own a penthouse in New York are the same people that own a ranch in Montana and they're the same people who own an estancia in Argentina, " McDavid said.

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