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A Modern Ranch on Ruby River



Photos courtesy Hall and Hall

Nestled on nearly 400 acres outside of Laurin, Montana, this 10,000-square-foot ranch is fresh, modern, and the perfect catch. 

The ears of fly-fisherman all over the West will perk up as they hear this property’s features, which include three trout ponds, one-and-one-quarter mile of both sides of Clear Creek, and one-third-of-a-mile of both sides of the Ruby River, which has been described as one of the best fly-fishing rivers in the lower 48 states.

When it’s time to retreat from the water, a spacious infinity deck awaits—the perfect spot to observe western sunsets and rolling thunderstorms beyond. The home—crafted by Seattle architect George Suyama and interior designer Christian Greystad—is a true vision of not only the fly-fisherman’s dream lifestyle but also mountain modern design. And it could be yours! The home is currently on the market, ready for you to cast a line.

Take a tour below.

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