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  • Boston-based private-equity firm CrossHarbor Capital Partners has bought through a bankruptcy auction a 160-acre property that had belonged to Tim and Edra Blixseth, founders of the exclusive Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont.

    Yellowstone Club Property Sells in Bankruptcy Auction

  • A Boston-based private equity company has bought through a bankruptcy auction a 160-acre property that had belonged to the founders of the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont.

    Private Properties

  • Craig Hergert/Montana Panoramic Boston-based private-equity firm CrossHarbor Capital Partners has bought through a bankruptcy auction a 160-acre property that had belonged to Tim and Edra Blixseth, founders of the exclusive Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont.

    Private Properties

  • Blixseth Home in Montana Heads to Bankruptcy Auction A 160-acre property that belonged to Edra and Tim Blixseth, the founders of Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont., is being sold in a bankruptcy auction with an effective minimum reserve of $11.1 million.

    Silicon Valley Estate Hits Market for $59.5 Million

  • Craig Hergert/Montana Panoramic A 160-acre property that belonged to Edra and Tim Blixseth, the founders of Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont., is being sold in a bankruptcy auction with an effective minimum reserve of $11.1 million.

    Private Properties

  • The 160-acre site, which opened to the public in 1991, also is the final resting place for the former president, who died in 2004.

    Library tells story of assassination attempt on Reagan

  • The home was built in 1910 as a 160-acre homestead owned by John Peacock, one of the founders of Coconut Grove, but it has been renovated dramatically over the years, according to Ava Moore Parks, a local historian.

    Coconut Grove Estate

  • Hidden in the 160-acre vineyard is a stunning estate house that is available for rent.

    Teresa Rodriguez Williamson: California's Hidden Organic Wine Region

  • The company built the world's largest pharmaceutical research center in Groton, Conn., a 160-acre site with more than 5,000 employees at its peak and 2.7 million square feet of research space.

    Big Pharma's New Business Model

  • Pompeii is, of course, a uniquely important archaeological site: a 160-acre time capsule sealed by volcanic ash in A.D. 79, at the height of the Roman empire, until its rediscovery almost 1,700 years later.

    While Pompeii Crumbles

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