The White Rock Ranch in Waterloo, MT was established in the late 1800s and represents a classic Montana ranch group. The buildings were influenced by New England and Midwestern prototypes rather than the mountain log homestead types usually associated with Montana. All the ranch buildings, including a 100-year-old stone barn, have been carefully modified or restored and several all-new structures, including a main ranch house and calving barn, were built in a sympathetic style. Utilities, new fencing, road alignments, landscaping and other elements have been added or modified to reinforce the overall integrity and strength of the original ranch group. The final product represents the efforts over several years of a dedicated owner to save this very fine example of American vernacular architecture.