Ex-Owners of Brock Candy, of Gummy Bears Fame, Put Montana Ranch on Market (House of the Day)


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This gorgeous, monstrous cabin in the woods gives new meaning to the term "eye candy."

Known as Knob & Kettle Ranch and nestled in the Blackfoot Valley in Ovando, Mont., the sprawling home is owned by Pat and Nina Brock, who used to head the Brock Candy Co., which introduced the beloved gummy bears and gummy worms candy in the 1980s. And if you have a sweet tooth for soaring vaulted ceilings with wooden beams and Western-style log cabins with fire pits, then the Brocks' Montana home can be yours for $9.5 million.

The ranch sits on 1,185 acres of lush greenery in the Montana forest, and if you're a hunter, it's right in the middle of prime game territory. The interiors are a woodsman's dream: Sweeping open rooms with wood walls and ceilings, as well as exquisite stone fireplaces. See for yourself in the gallery below.

Bill McDavid of Hall and Hall has the listing.


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