Grizzly Creek—a collection of nearly a dozen buildings surrounded by wildflower-studded fields, natural springs, trout-filled creeks and evergreen forests—hugs the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park at a starting altitude of 6,300 feet.
Of those not-quite-a-dozen buildings, you'll find a main compound that sleeps up to 30 people, a tractor barn-turned-event space good for seating 125 people (it can be rented out), a nearby horse barn with sleeping lofts, and an outbuilding off the main house that's now a yoga studio with a massage room.
The owners, Natalie Orfalea and her husband, Paul, are selling because their nonprofit foundation has moved its operations to California. Natalie says the couple is looking to find “someone who has the same sense of stewardship," according to Forbes. And, ahem, someone with $25 million.
If you're in the market, check out this slideshow of the property.