According to a Bloomberg article, a Wyoming ranch where Marlboro cigarette ads and a movie starring Ron Howard were made will be offered for sale at an auction next month for a minimum of $15 million.
The article goes on to tell that the Teton Valley Ranch was founded in 1927 to raise cattle. It has a 10,000-square-foot main house, a warm-water lake and an almost century-old barn where Marlboro shot ads and Walt Disney Co. filmed “The Wild Country,” said broker Richard Lewis at Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty Inc.
A son of David Abercrombie, co-founder of the retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, once owned the property, Lewis said. He declined to identify the current owner of the ranch, which has views of the Teton Mountains and is adjacent to the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park.
Here are a handful of pictures of what a starting bid of $15,000,000 could bring you in the upcoming July 16 auction. These photos are from Concierge Auctions. You will find more images on their website!
Posted by Haylie Shipp