Tres Crosses Ranch- Reconfigured
Offered as: 1,592 Acres (130 Ac. HQ + 1,400 Ac. Grassland) | $3,150,000 or 130 Ac. HQ | $2,150,000
Majestic yet Tranquil, Inviting but Quieting, the Tres Crosses Ranch offers purpose for the present yet nearly unlimited promise for the future. Nestled into the high pine and oak timbered ridge that makes the backdrop, the elevations range from 3,700’ at the front gate to 4,000’ at the upper end. The views of Elk Ridge and the Black Hills are unequaled. Tres Crosses Ranch is a private enclave at the epicenter of the most pristine area of the northern Black Hills. Whether utilized as your own private livestock production unit or you sit and whittle a stick, this property is a rare find and combined with 1,400 acres grassland, the Tres Crosses offers value, aesthetics and function.
The headquarters is comprised of 130 acres all deeded, the Tres Crosses Ranch is operated by the Montieth family as a Thoroughbred stud farm, standing Thunderous Mood, and a registered Red Angus operation. Hay is grown on and off-site and the animals are wintered and calved or foaled on the premises. The ranch owns additional pasture for summer grass.
The ranch has an abundant water source provided by an on-site well into the Madison Formation Aquifer. The pump is set at approximately 300’ and pumps 45 gpm. Water is piped through the buildings and paddock. There is a sprinkler system available in the larger paddocks for small scale irrigation.
Extensive improvement include a 3,234 sq. ft. finished home with an additional 1,274 sq. ft. currently under construction, horse barn, calving barn, livestock sheds, round pen, riding arena, automatic gated entryway, and private well. Please see the downloadable brochure for details.
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