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$84,500

Livingston Peak

20 acres
Lot LV46 Livingston Peak Livingston MT 59047
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Beautiful 20 acre parcel located south of Livingston at the base of Livingston Peak. This property offers spectacular views from this private and secluded mountain meadow. To ensure your privacy acces...
Lawrence Martin, Clearwater Montana Properties
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$595,000

Paradise Valley Retreat

40 acres
CHICO CEMETERY ROAD Emigrant MT 59027
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The Paradise Valley is properly named! This beautiful land parcel is located between Yellowstone National Park and Livingston, MT., East of the Yellowstone River & west of Absaroka-Beartooth Wildernes...
Irving Johnson, Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc.
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$3,995,000

Paradise Valley Montana Ranch for Sale - 661 Acres Bordering NFS

661 acres
24 Barney Creek Livingston MT 59047
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Price Reduced McAlister Ranch is a stunning 661 acre ranch for sale in Montana located in the coveted Paradise Valley, 20 minutes south of Livingston, Montana. This authentic ranch serves as an excep...
Tracy Raich, Raich Montana Properties LLC
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Park County, MT Land Info

Park County is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Montana. The most common type of land for sale in Park County recently was farms, while Livingston was the city in Park County with the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Park County at $7,746, with an average list price of $2.4 million for land and farms for sale in Park County. Of the 56 counties in Montana, Park County ranks 12th in terms of its population (15,972, according to Census data from 2015). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Park County. In terms of size, Park County is Montana's 22nd biggest county (2,667 square miles, which represents two percent of the state). Farming activities in Park County generate annual revenues of $38 million, 34 percent of which is from livestock products and 66 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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