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Dennis Quaid's Breathtaking Montana Ranch Hits The Market

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For 25 years, Dennis Quaid has called home a sprawling, wild homestead in Montana on 418 acres. Unfortunately, he’s found a new love called surfing, and with Big Sky Country offering few opportunities to indulge (What the hell Montana?!), he’s decided to throw his ranch up on the market and move to Hawaii.

Rough life.

But Quaid’s loss can be your gain! Especially if you’ve got $14M and a need to get away from it all. According to the listing, you’ll score a 5,300 square foot home that you can brag was once featured in “Architectural Digest”, as well as two ponds, four guest homes, horse facilities, and over two miles of river frontage for river-themed fun. Did I mention the property also features historic gold mines for the kids to get trapped in?

Check out some pics below or visit the full listing to dream on.


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