This Blackfoot River property is more than eye candy

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The Wall Street Journal article says the Brocks “joined together four of the property’s six cabins, which date to the 1920s, to create a family house.”

The Wall Street Journal is offering a tantalizing slideshow of a hot property for sale in Western Montana.

The nearly 1,200-acre property, with a mile of Blackfoot River frontage, is being sold by Nina and Pat Brock, the former CEO of Brock Candy, referred to by the Journal as the “Gummy Bear Heir.”

It’s a pretty spectacular place, but the asking price is $10.5 million. Which is too bad, because if it were only $8 million or so, I’d probably buy it.

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