If you have joined the millions of Americans in binge watching season after season of Yellowstone and all of its spinoffs, dreaming of living the ranch life in Big Sky Country, have we got a house for you.

While you may have thought you'd need to move all the way to Wyoming to live the Yellowstone life, it turns out you only need to go as far west as Southfield, Massachusetts.

This small village sits near the Connecticut border in Berkshire County, and at least one home in town is taking full advantage of those mountain views.

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The house at 2128 Canaan Southfield Road comes with 298 acres of land, a $15.5 million price tag and picture-perfect panoramas everywhere you turn.

We're talking views from every room, rivers rolling through your property and farm animals roaming all around. It's the Big Sky Country life, without having to actually be out in Big Sky Country.

Sure, it would take a Mega Millions jackpot win to afford such a place for most of us, but who doesn't like to dream?

Well, this house is the wannabe rancher's dream.

The property has a state-of-the-art equestrian facility, a six-stall barn, 11 paddocks for plenty of horses along with miles of trails to ride them.

Not to mention the footpaths, picnic area, swimming pond and a personal covered bridge on the property.

This place is far from roughing it on a farm, however. The 4,273-square-foot home is mega-modern with glass walls that open to the fresh mountain air, a sound-proof office, a drop-ceiling music room for enhanced acoustics, geothermal heating, steam showers and a renovated 1840s farmhouse for guests.

It all adds up to an incredible home that you truly have to see to believe. Keep scrolling to have your mind blown by this Southfield ranch.

Explore The House Giving Yellowstone Vibes From the Massachusetts Mountains

If watching Yellowstone has ever made you want to move to a ranch in Montana and become a homesteader, then this house may be for you. Gorgeous mountains views, dozens of roaming animals and all from inside the Bay State. Who knew?

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