I'll be the first to admit, "Yellowstone" is more my wife's television show than it is mine. Yet something about a show with Kevin Costner, the conflict and drama, and the beautiful scenery featuring expansive views of the open west sucks me in every time she has it on. I'd go so far as to say the land is a character on the show itself. If you've ever fancied living on a ranch and living the good life, or if you just want to experience an amazing piece of property you have to check out Missouri's Double Down ranch, it looks like it could be right out of the television show.

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The Double Down Ranch is located on the Missouri / Arkansas border in the Ozarks according to Hayden Outdoor Real Estate. Located in Barry County the 77-acre property includes multiple pastures, two barns that house stables that can house 11 horses, two homes, a 60,000-square-foot riding arena, and more.

The listing plays up the 18,000-square-foot home as the center of the ranch. This home is a sight to see with a two-story great room for entertaining, and an outdoor entertaining area, and is finished in what Hayden Outdoor calls a rustic western feel.

The cost to purchase the Double Down Ranch is $15 million dollars, and it's a sight to see. Along with the barns, homes, garages, and riding arena comes pastures, an outdoor entertaining area, and a facility that makes a statement. Keep on scrolling to get a look at this ranch that could definitely "star" as the setting for its own television show.

Check Out This Ozark's Ranch That Could Be Out Of TV's 'Yellowstone'

The Double Down ranch in Cassville near the Missouri / Arkansas state line in the Ozarks looks like it's right out of the television show "Yellowstone". Check out what Hayden Outdoors Real Estate calls a "luxury equestrian property located in the beautiful rolling hills of Missouri."

Gallery Credit: Rob Creighton

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Gallery Credit: Rob Creighton

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