Perched on over a mile of Jefferson River, nestled against the Tobacco Root Mountains and bordering BLM, this quiet 149 +/- acre river ranch is a sportsman’s dream property. The Jefferson is a well-known trout fishery and is the center of a local ecosystem ranging from ducks, wild turkeys, white tail deer and the occasional mountain lion or bear coming down from the mountains. The variety of terrain on the ranch includes healthy stands of willows, open grassy pastures and a smattering of junipers. Point of Rocks Ranch is a lush habitat with the entire west side bordered by Jefferson River, a large slough parallels the river and Parrot Ditch provides irrigation water. A modest 2BR/2.5BA home with original outbuildings and a large 2 bay shop and a mature apple orchard is near the south end of the ranch. Looking west at the Highland Mountain Range, Point of Rocks Ranch overlooks neighboring ranches and large fields of irrigated pastures with the rugged Tobacco Roots as a backdrop.