Can you imagine owning a property with two famous Montana Rivers? That is what you get on this 250 acre ranch located at the confluence of the Yellowstone River and Big Horn River. The property has about 3/4 of a mile of frontage on each of the rivers. 63 acres are irrigated from a pump on the Big Horn. Beautiful ponderosa pines, sandstone rimrocks and large cottonwood trees are habitat for deer, pheasants, water fowl and occasional elk. Improvements include a modest 2 story home, heated shop, small corrals and grain storage. This the location of the first settlement in 1810 in Montana and is steeped with history with names of Manual Lisa and Colter. $1,500,000 Jim Espy 406-661-3122 or email@example.com.