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6.68 acres Story, WY Auction - Aug 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM

6.68 acres Story, WY

Sheridan County Jeff Hathorn Merris Group, LLC

17 days until auction

Type: Acreage w/House

Public Auction - The Historic Wagon Box Inn in Story, Wyoming Restaurant and Bar / Six Cabins / Spa and Lodge / 6.68 Acres Auction Details: * Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 * Time: 11:00am (MT) * Registration: Begins at 10:00am (MT). * Location: On-site, 103 North Piney Road, Story, WY 82842 * Property Preview: August 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th and 18th from 11am-4pm (MT) or by appointment, 256-504-3767 Property Features: * Restaurant & Bar, Six Cabins, Spa and Lodge on 6.68 acres * Prosperous and Well Known Business , Excellent Location * Perfect for a Family Compound or Corporate Retreat * Turn Key Operation, Great Rental History * Clean, Neat, Well Maintained Property * 5000 Elevation * Gorgeous Views Wildlife Breathtaking Scenery * Professional Kitchen with the Best Food in the Region * Entrance for Trailhead to Big Horn Mountains, Story, WY is a focal point for entering the Big Horns, public lands mile away, Excellent hiking, fishing and outdoor activities. * Numerous Historical Sites/Areas: Fort Phil Kearney, Fort Fetterman, The Wagon Box Fight * Spring Creek flows through property * Property Borders North Piney Creek * Sheridan 19 miles North, Buffalo 14 miles South, Casper and Billings only 2.5 hrs away * 600 ac Lake DeSmet 8 miles * Selling due to Retirement

1,848 acres Jackson, WY $48,700,000

1,848 acres Jackson, WY

Teton County Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates

Type: Acreage w/House

Set along the legendary Snake River in the shadow of Wyoming's magnificent Grand Teton Mountain Range, this legacy property is just five miles from downtown Jackson and fifteen minutes to world-class skiing and commercial/private air service. A destination mountain resort known for its year-round recreational opportunities and home to some of America's top corporate leaders, Jackson has a lively art scene, upscale retail and sophisticated dining. The 1,848-acre Walton Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property operating as a cattle ranch with its own resident elk herd and home to deer, eagles and bears with fishing access along three miles of the Snake River. Surrounded by natural beauty and close to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Walton Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own a sizable ranch in one of the most sought after locations in the world. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long

69,550 acres Alcova, WY $28,000,000

69,550 acres Alcova, WY

Natrona County Cory Clark Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3100 SqFt

Marton Ranch - Natrona & Carbon Counties, WY: With elevations from 5,300 to 7,500 feet, this large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550 contiguous acres including 35,700 deeded acres, 25,850 BLM lease acres, and 8,000 State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch is bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River starting at the Gray Reef dam and running downstream for approx. 12 miles. The ranch headquarters lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova, approximately a mile off of WY 220. The headquarters are on the north portion of the ranch with the remaining ranch running to the southeast from the riverbanks to the top of Bear Mountain. The improvements are nice, but not overdone, in good repair and ready to move in with a continuance of the present operation which now runs about 450 cows, 2,300 ewes, and replacement yearlings and breeding stock. Livestock water is provided from a wide variety of sources including streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric wells, and artesian wells. The winter range starts at the river bottoms and continues upward in elevation to the summer country which overlooks Pathfinder and Alcova Reservoirs. Winter feed is supplemented with 600 to 700 tons of hay bought from the nearby neighbors. The wildlife segment is an allotment of its own with deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, upland birds, and, of course, blue ribbon fishing. Price: $28,000,000

2,187 acres Sheridan, WY $26,500,000

2,187 acres Sheridan, WY

Sheridan County John Chase or Galen Chase Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 5528 SqFt

Beaver Breek Ranch for sale near Big Horn and Sheridan Wyoming. Unspoiled, spectacular, exceptional, private: The Beaver Creek Ranch, just west of Big Horn and Sheridan, WY and perfectly situated in the foothills of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, is truly unspoiled, spectacular, exceptional and private. The word legacy is perhaps too often used when describing ranches, but in this case, a true legacy ranch will be passed on to the next steward. In an area where true legacy ranches seldom come on the market, this offering represents an opportunity of a lifetime for someone who has their heartstrings pulled by the Big Horn Mountains and her lovely foothills. It's the consummate Big Horn ranch, complete with unparalleled privacy without being remote and the most uninterrupted and beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains you will find anywhere. The exquisite homes harmoniously compliment the landscape, which is filled with all wildlife indigenous to the area and an agricultural component of pleasing hay fields. The 2,187 +/- acre ranch comes complete with good water rights for irrigation, excellent barns and out-buildings, ponds for fishing, and plenty of trophy game like elk, mule deer and white-tail deer, not to mention game birds and many other species from a well-protected natural environment. This ranch supports a herd of 150 cows and has ample irrigation and water rights. Grazing has been managed in harmony with the wildlife for generations and all the past stewardship of the ranch is reflected in its healthy soils and rich habitat. This is a premium ranch in a polo hotbed. The Beaver Creek Ranch would make an ideal location for a polo field since this area is already one of the premier polo attractions during the summer months. The Big Horn area has two polo venues each summer; one at the Flying H Polo Club and the other at the Big Horn Polo Club. Since 1893, polo has had a presence in Big Horn and today it is steadily growing with new players finding the high quality of life in Sheridan and Big Horn to be exceptional. Several patrons have recently purchased their own ranches for polo and to enjoy all that this area of Wyoming has to offer. The Sheridan area is synonymous with high quality of life. And although the area isn't as prominent as Jackson Hole, it's also much more subdued and genuinely relaxed. We have coined the phrase "cowboy-cosmopolitan", which we think perfectly described the ambiance and level of sophistication without the attitude. It's still much as it always has been, casual, real and where handshakes still mean something. People really do make the difference here. The friendliness and unpretentious cowboy culture add to the flavor of the community and make the natural beauty of our landscapes even more inviting. Once you're here, you'll learn why those who live here wouldn't trade it for anything. Speaking of what else Wyoming has to offer; we have the most "tax-friendly" state with our very low taxes. There are no personal or corporate state income taxes here and there are no state capital gains taxes.

49,657 acres Buffalo, WY $17,500,000

49,657 acres Buffalo, WY

Johnson County Cory Clark Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Type: Acreage w/House

Cato Crazy Woman Ranch - Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming The historic Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is a well-watered, highly productive, low overhead grass ranch located in north central Wyoming. Situated in the Powder River Basin near the Big Horn Mountains, the Cato Crazy Woman Ranch exemplifies the West and the best Wyoming has to offer. Today, this historic ranch is being offered on the market for only the second time since it was first homesteaded. Home to 1,000 head of mother cows, 50 head of bulls and a handful of saddle horses, this legacy ranch is designed for the rancher who practices stewardship through highly engineered water development, strategic fencing, and astute range management. The Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is expansive, has unparalleled access, and is conveniently located only 15 miles from Buffalo. The ranch consists of approximately 49,657 acres, with 44,657 contiguous, deeded acres, 3,200 acres of State of Wyoming lease, and 1,800 BLM lease acres. Crazy Woman Creek flows through ten pastures and provides year-round water. Large cottonwoods follow the creek bed, and there are deep draws that provide natural protection and good grass cover. Reservoirs and wells provide water to the rest of the rangeland. This is a rare opportunity to own a large, fully improved, dry grass ranch with almost 50,000 acres. Ownership consists of approximately 90% deeded acreage. The ranch is approximately 13 miles long and nine miles wide, encompassing almost 80 contiguous square miles of productive and picturesque land. Price reduced from $18,810,000 ($421 per deeded acre) to $17,500,000 ($391.88 per deeded acre).

13,647 acres Laramie, WY $14,950,000

13,647 acres Laramie, WY

Albany County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1 Bath

More than twenty square miles of Wyomings finest elk habitat are encompassed by the Laramie Range Ranch, a pristine property situated only a few minutes from Laramie, Wyoming and but two hours from Colorado's largest city. With expansive forests and spring-fed creeks, the ranch is a true wildlife oasis in the midst of the Laramie Mountains. Thanks to its excellent habitat, Laramie Range Ranch might just be one of the finest elk hunting ranches in the country, yet also offering exciting development opportunities for exclusive ranchettes, still water fisheries and even traditional and renewable energy sources. Set in mountainous country ranging from 7700 to 8700 feet, and having an ideal mix of lush grassland, red sandstone buttes, heavy timber and abundant water spread across its 13,647 acres (11,911 deeded), Laramie Range Ranch is pure heaven for elk. Large herds of trophy elk reside here year-round, as well as healthy herds of impressive mule deer and antelope. No public access exists through any part of the Laramie Range Ranch, making it an entirely exclusive hunting retreat. Annual landowner tags are available for elk, mule deer and antelope, and additional tags can be drawn on a yearly basis. As a result, the Laramie Range Ranch is a trophy hunting ranch of world-class stature. In addition, the ranch adjoins the Medicine Bow National Forest to the northeast, where recreational opportunities for hiking and rock climbing abound. The exceptional hunting opportunities of the ranch are complemented by outstanding still water fishing potential. Four spring creeks and several springs could be the source of a network of ponds to support trophy trout. A few of the existing six ponds already grow rainbow trout up to several pounds. Development of fishing resources is secured by 12.54 cfs of water rights that were historically used for irrigation near the ranch's homestead. Traditional energy development, renewable energy development and housing development are also possibilities at the Laramie Range Ranch. Given the ranch's proximity to Interstate 80 and US 287, wind turbines could be transported and erected here relatively easily, and providing an income stream for as long as the wind blows. Superb access to highways and nearby urban areas along with expansive views, make the Laramie Range Ranch an ideal locale for exclusive ranchette development. Alternatively, because the development potential is strong for the property, it is also an excellent candidate for a permanent conservation easement, leaving the land largely untouched and protected while providing substantial tax advantages. The Laramie Range Ranch is mostly undeveloped and retains a wild appearance similar to when the transcontinental Union Pacific was first spiked through this country in 1869. One attractive log cabin was constructed in 2005, with a bath, fireplace and loft, and two older cabins have been utilized as cow camps elsewhere in the backcountry of the ranch. Those desiring to construct a topnotch hunting lodge will find a number of prime sites for doing so. Fencing exists throughout the ranch, and five windmills provide additional water for the ranches livestock. The Laramie Range Ranch is directly adjacent to the Dale Creek Ranch, 7200 acres that could be combined with the Laramie Range Ranch to make a truly massive elk retreat with few peers anywhere in the West. Harrigan Land Company would be pleased to introduce you to the reality of this amazing Wyoming elk retreat that you've already been dreaming about.

9,342 acres Ten Sleep, WY $13,950,000

9,342 acres Ten Sleep, WY

Washakie County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

The Rome Hill Ranch is located in Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin in Washakie County on the west slope of the Big Horn Mountains. The ranch lies approximately 12 miles southeast of the charming little cowboy town of Ten Sleep, Wyoming. This area is known for its true western heritage and lifestyle. Mixed with Native American and ranching history, Ten Sleep’s fertile soils, abundant artesian wells and various creeks, rivers and waterways provide the ideal Wyoming setting for ranching and raising livestock. Additionally, the sporting lifestyle is prevalent here. The Rome Hill Ranch is conveniently accessed year round by maintained county roads leading to the ranch’s main entrance. The Rome Hill Ranch acreage is as diverse as Wyoming’s varied landscapes. Controlling over 20,000 acres, of which 9,342 is deeded and contiguous; the ranch’s varied terrain makes this property unique. The ranch goes through a transformation from its lower acreage to its high country pastures. The base elevation at 4,800 feet is comprised of 400 irrigated acres of meadows, creek, spring-fed lush pastures and wetlands. It rises to hillsides, rock  outcroppings with junipers and dense dark timber at 7,500 feet. One of the ranch’s most notable natural resources is the canyon; this particular region of Wyoming is well known for its abundance of natural aquifers and limestone canyons. The ranch’s Spring Creek and its canyon are dramatic and breathtaking. Rome Hill Ranch boasts private ownership and controls this precious resource. The creek originates out of the canyon walls and is supplemented by several springs as it makes its way through this steep rugged corridor. The creek’s flow slows to create the ranch’s peaceful and pastoral setting.  Built and designed under current ownership, the main home and guesthouse were strategically placed on 5 acres that are beautifully manicured and landscaped. The owner’s compound is fenced and gated, complete with underground sprinkler system and newly-enhanced and stocked trout pond between the two homes. The setting is slightly elevated, providing dramatic views of the ranch in every direction. The main home was completed in 1997 by a well known log home builder out of Montana using custom, oversized lodge pole pine logs. The meticulous art of wood-chinking add to this 6,600 sqft, four-bedroom, four-bath masterpiece. Complete with custom-designed light fixtures throughout and an impressive hand-carved western scene on the front doors, the home boasts 30-foot vaulted ceilings showcasing the impressive log trusses. The large river rock fireplace acts as the centerpiece creating a true western lodge feel. The large picture frame windows provide tremendous views.  Another focal point of the main residence is the detail given to the gourmet chef ’s kitchen. Complete with custom hand-painted tile counters and décor, the kitchen is meant for entertaining. There is a 60-inch Wolf commercial range with double ovens, Viking hood, Traulson refrigerator, two Bosch dishwashers and Wellbuilt ice machine in the adjoining walkin pantry. A large sitting area compliments the kitchen opposite the river rock fireplace, which flows into the formal dining area surrounded by large windows overlooking the ranch’s landscapes and red rock formations. Large decks surround the house in addition to a large outdoor fireplace perfect for entertaining or simply enjoying a quiet evening on the ranch. Across the pond from the main home is the custom log guesthouse. Built in 1994 the home has two bedrooms, each with ensuite baths, and large loft for additional sleeping quarters or living area. The main room provides an open feel with large corner river rock fireplace. The unfinished basement is completely wired, and with final framing could accommodate an additional one or two bedrooms, bath and living room. The owners built a new log barn close to the owner’s compound in 1998. This drive through style four-stall horse barn includes four rooms that could be used as bunk rooms, tack rooms or office, plus a full bath. There is loft hay storage as well. Additionally, the nearby ranch headquarters includes a four-bedroom home next to the corrals and handling facilities, and a large shop and machine storage building. The former “Spring Creek Ranch” headquarters are located along the creek towards the south end of the ranch. Here there is a three-bedroom house with an adjacent large shop. The Rome Hill Ranch is very unique, as it offers something special for anglers. For the fisherman, the ranch includes approximately 7 miles of meandering, private Spring Creek with populations of brown, cutthroat and brook trout. The top end of the creek flows through a large, dramatic canyon offering pocket-water fishing in between the towering walls. The lower meadow section has many twists, turns and undercut banks holding larger fish. There are many springs that feed the creek as it descends through the property, keeping the water clear and cool throughout the year. There are also a few stocked ponds on the ranch that contain large trout. Two of these ponds are connected by Jacob’s Creek and are supplemented by an artisan well. One pond is located by the ranch manager’s home, which recently yielded a large brown trout measuring over 26 inches. Finally, there is a small developed trout pond by the main home, offering a place for friends and family to practice casting to healthy and willing rainbow trout. The abundant wildlife of Rome Hill adds magnificent value to the overall experience on the ranch. Herds of elk, Mule deer and antelope are practically present year round. The average elk herd has ranged from 300 to 800 animals. In 2010, it is said that a game warden counted upwards of 1,200 elk on the property. The genetics of the herd coupled with the prime habitat of the ranch provide the ideal situation for large bull elk. This is also a tribute to the management of the herd. The hunting on the ranch in the past has been managed and patrolled by 2 outfitters to ensure quality animals. In 2011, a heavy 7x7 bull was taken by a local high school student. Trophy Mule deer and antelope are also a common sight, especially along the Spring Creek corridor and surrounding pastures. Upland birds such as pheasants, Sage grouse, Hungarian partridge and wild turkey thrive here. The pheasants, partridge and turkeys are normally found around lower Spring Creek, while grouse can be found in the higher sage ground. Many species of waterfowl are found on the ranch, especially on the lower pond and associated wetlands complex. Other wildlife such as mountain lion and birds of prey can also be seen on the ranch.

11,775 acres Glenrock, WY $12,000,000

11,775 acres Glenrock, WY

Converse County Cory Clark Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1378 SqFt

Deer Creek Grazing Ranch - Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming Located in the heart of central Wyomings elk country, Area 7, the Deer Creek Grazing Ranch is a great combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor. The ranch has been under the same ownership since 1962 and consists of 9,531.55 deeded acres, 2,143.28 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 80 BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 11,754.83 acres. Historically, the owners have run approximately 900 cow/calf pairs and 40 bulls during the summer months. The ranch is divided into two separate blocks of land approximately five miles apart both of which are easily accessible year-round via Interstate 25, paved State of Wyoming highways, and county maintained roads. The northern parcel is lower in elevation and located along the city limits of Glenrock, Wyoming. There are approximately 160 acres of irrigated hay ground and a set of improvements, all watered via springs, solar wells, and windmills along with year-round live water provided by Deer Creek. Situated south of Glenrock in the Deer Creek Range of the Laramie Mountains, the second part of the ranch consists of gentle sloping pastures with several fresh water springs, all of which are nestled among the deep canyons and valleys that are encompassed by pine, cedar and juniper trees creating a pristine setting. Live water is provided by Red Canyon Creek, Beaver Creek, White Creek, Hermit Rock Creek, and Wood Ridge Creek. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, antelope, and elk. Price: $12,000,000

1,246 acres Cody, WY $11,500,000

1,246 acres Cody, WY

Park County Carol Linton Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 4 Baths | 7000 SqFt

The Four Bear Ranch, A Unique Cody Offering On the market for the first time in 25 years, this high county ranch has exceptional panoramic views, prolific wildlife, borders National Forest, and offers end of the road privacy. It represents one of the Cody region's premiere land holdings. Numerous springs exist and form the natural lakes and ponds dotted throughout the 1246 acres that comprise the ranch. The main residence of approximately 6800 square feet is perched below Jim Mountain and has a modern floor plan with Jim creek flowing nearby. The Olive Fell house is a three bedroom retro jewel that offers guest accommodations. In addition there is a caretaker's residence, a steel barn, and a dance hall nicknamed the Antlers Cabin. The Four Bear Ranch is free from conservation easements and is parceled into six contiguous sections of varying acreages that combined form the property. There are a variety of habitatsfrom the rocky cliffs on the north to the lush spring-fed valley, open range, grassy parks and even some areas of heavy timber. The varied topography and views are stunning throughout the Ranch. Architect Adrian Malone spent three years planning the main residence. His goal was to have each of its windows frame a different perspective and set of mountain peaks. Built into the rolling hillside with an exterior of native stone and rustic wood siding the home blends in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Its unique floor plan is designed for luxury living with a mezzanine above the living room and an entrance hall that provide gallery space. Its unique floor plan includes a living room with large masonry fireplace, two guest bedrooms and baths, dining room, kitchen, pantry, and breakfast room. The master bedroom suite includes two bathrooms, a study, and a masonry fireplace. Ample outdoor decks exist to absorb the 360 degree views. The lower level has an attached two-car garage and a separately plumbed and heated two-bedroom apartment. The Four Bear Ranch was one of Cody's early dude ranches that brought guests from the East Coast and Europe into the newly explored Yellowstone Park region. The Antlers Cabin is one of the original dude ranch buildings and is used primarily for parties. It contains an historic antique bar in one large room, with bathroom facilities attached. The Olive Fell house was the original owner's residence and is an attractive 2936 sq. ft. log home with exceptional views. It contains a living room, studio, kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a full attic and a large pantry/storage area. It has been fully restored to its original design. The Caretaker's house is a simple well-built two-bedroom home of approximately 1010 sq. ft. with a detached two-car garage and a full basement. Jim Creek crashes down the west side of the ranch and a series of spring-fed lakes stair-step down across the property. Riding trails off the back of the ranch traverse some of the most spectacular high mountain country to be found in Wyoming. The Four Bear Ranch is renowned as winter habitat for big game species of elk, deer, and moose in addition to year round populations of small game and bird species. The open rolling terrain of the federal lands above the ranch provide easy private access to a huge and varied high mountain country waiting to be enjoyed by ranch residents and guests. There are numerous protected and secluded spots on the property where additional and equally unique residences could be built. The Four Bear Ranch is located east of Yellowstone National Park and approximately twenty miles west of Cody, Wyoming. A private graveled road continues into the ranch to serve the three residences. The ranch is situated along Jim Creek and one of its small spring-fed tributaries at the very base of Jim Mountain. The north boundary and part of the west boundary abut federal land, primarily the Shoshone National Forest. Essentially the ranch lies within its own drainage basin, is totally hidden from view, and overlooks the rugged peaks and lush high country of the Absaroka Range and the spectacular Wapiti Valley. The area between Cody, Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park enjoys a high dry climate with a large percentage of clear sunny days. This unique locale attracted individuals from all over the world. Cody is a major access point to Yellowstone Park, both for tourists and for back country enthusiasts. The extensive mountain ranges which encircle the area provide unparalleled hunting, fishing and recreational opportunities. This is the extremely desirable environment within which we find the Four Bear Ranch.

164 acres Jackson Hole, WY $10,700,000

164 acres Jackson Hole, WY

Teton County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Fall Creek Ranch is a unique legacy ranch located in the heart of Jackson Hole. The property consists of 164 deeded acres that are completely surrounded by national forest and boasts ¾ mile of Fall Creek. A rare offering due to its size and location, Fall Creek Ranch is rich in scenery, privacy and wildlife and is conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Wilson, Wyoming. The ranch is primarily comprised of rich meadows, creek bottom and rolling tree-covered ridges, offering exceptional views up and down the valley and across seemingly endless National Forest lands. A luxury 5,200 sqft log home built in 2005 offers high-end finishes while providing complete comfort. Additional improvements include a guest lodge with cabins, fishing cabin, manager’s home and a newly constructed barn with equestrian facilities. Private fishing for native cutthroat trout is available onsite in Fall Creek that meanders through the property. The ranch has a platted subdivision in place allowing 27 lots, which provides an incoming owner the flexibility to share the ranch with others and the possibility to enjoy tax benefits by placing a conservation easement. The listing price for this turn-key property is $10,700,000.

6,300 acres Sundance, WY $10,395,000

6,300 acres Sundance, WY

Crook County Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company

Type: Acreage

For the first time in history since patent, the Jackpot Ranch is being offered for sale. This is the consummate WY Black Hills horse and cattle ranch and is made up of approximately 6,300 deeded acres and 600 leased acres. The location of the ranch is approximately 8 miles west of Sundance, Wyoming. I-90 divides the ranch north and south and provides interstate access on Exit 178. Coal Divide road is a year-round county maintained gravel road that divides the ranch east and west providing exceptional access. Beaver Creek is a year-round stream which runs through the core of the ranch. There is a pipeline system supplying cisterns and stock tanks. There are numerous wells, springs, as well as reservoirs and approximately 900 irrigated acres. Recreational resources on this ranch are outstanding with trophy populations of whitetail, mule deer, and elk. The Jackpot Ranch has substantial minerals appurtenant to the property; however the minerals are not part of the purchase price but may be negotiable

96,447 acres Rawlins, WY $9,900,000

96,447 acres Rawlins, WY

Carbon County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage w/House

The 61 Bar Ranch features 96,447 acres in one contiguous block of land situated in the Haystack Mountain Range and along the North Platte River. The ranch offers over five miles of North Platte River frontage, which is a source for irrigation, blue-ribbon fishing; and opportunities to hunt deer, elk, and antelope. This diversified ranch consists of 29,000 deeded acres, 40,960 acres of BLM, 2,960 acres State School lease, and 23,527 acres private lease. Improvements include an excellent calving/vet barn, 2,000 head permitted feedlot, working corrals, two homes and several support buildings.

160 acres Wilson, WY $9,000,000

160 acres Wilson, WY

Teton County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

Tucked away in a stunning mountain setting surrounded by the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek boasts 160 deeded acres in a remarkably private setting. A recreational paradise, the ranch features over a mile of two forks of Fall Creek with excellent cutthroat fishing, as well as hunting, hiking and horseback riding on the ranch and adjacent public lands. Enjoy cross-country and backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling from the ranch during the winter months. With easy access to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee Ski & Summer Resort, and both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, this offering represents a unique opportunity to acquire a true legacy property in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, one of the most coveted areas in the United States. The Circle Lazy H Ranch is located in the legendary region of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The ranch is just 35 minutes from the town of Jackson and 20 minutes from Wilson, a charming small town offering coffee shops, restaurants, groceries and gas station amenities.    From natural wonders to cultural sophistication, Jackson Hole is unlike anyplace else. Comprised of 97% public land, Teton County maintains a reputation as one of the most extraordinary locations in the world. Anchored by the iconic Teton Mountain Range and bordered by both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the valley is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise with unlimited recreational activities during every season. These include hiking, camping, fly fishing, kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, hunting, wildlife photography, horseback riding and whitewater rafting. For the duration of the year, active outdoor pursuits are available, literally at your doorstep. The Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek is comprised of 160 deeded acres of beautiful aspen and timbered ridges that descend to the open meadow of the property. Both forks of Fall Creek flow through the ranch for over one mile. A true inholding, the ranch is completely surrounded by national forest providing a truly wild and untamed setting ensuring privacy and protection from any future development. The pristine viewscapes seen today will forever be enjoyed by future generations. Two wonderful log cabins sit in an open meadow off of Fall Creek near a stocked pond. The south cabin features a living area, bedroom, kitchenette and a bathroom with a shower. The north cabin has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a storage room. Enjoy sitting on the front porch grilling dinner while watching the cutthroat trout feed in the pond. This setting provides an amazing backdrop for a relaxed Western lifestyle and outlines what the Circle Lazy H has to offer. The North and South Forks of Fall Creek converge on the Circle Lazy H and offer a robust cutthroat trout fishery and a tremendous amount of riparian habitat. The adjacent national forest provides additional miles of live water for one to enjoy right out your back gate. In addition to the excellent, private fishery on the ranch, Jackson Hole and the surrounding area feature an abundance of world-class angling options. The Snake River is located within 10 minutes of the ranch and is home to the native Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout, often referred to as “Yellowbellies” for their buttery color. This river has captivated anglers for decades due to the quality of the fishery and the intense beauty of its setting. Floating the Snake River as the drift boat hugs the giant granite pillars of the Teton Range rising above the valley floor to 13,000± feet is awe inspiring. Dry fly and streamer fishing is outstanding during the spring, summer and fall, and river access is abundant. Flat Creek, located north of town on the National Wildlife Elk Refuge, is the place where wary cutthroat trout lie in wait to test an angler’s skills. The Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek is a legacy ownership opportunity in one of the most dramatically beautiful locations in the country. Nestled in a spectacular mountain setting surrounded entirely by the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the ranch boasts 160 deeded acres and end-of-the-road privacy with seemingly limitless access to public lands. Two forks of Fall Creek converge on the ranch and meander through for over a mile offering excellent cutthroat fishing. Recreational activities abound in every season – from cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter to hiking, biking and hunting in the summer and fall months. All of this and easy access to the resort communities of Jackson and historic Wilson, make this a premier investment opportunity of a lifetime.

7,722 acres Meeteetse, WY $8,700,000

7,722 acres Meeteetse, WY

Park County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: Acreage w/House

The MC Land and Cattle Ranch consists of approximately 10,596 total acres, of which there are 7,722 deeded acres, with another 2,594 acres of Wyoming State lease and 280 acres of BLM lease. Meeteetse Creek traverses the property and provides highly productive alluvial bottoms and refuge for many species of wildlife. The bottoms are deep in native grasses and hold many brush thickets and stands of large deciduous trees. Above the creek bottoms are flatter areas of irrigated fields that give way to higher rolling hills covered with native grasses, rich in nutritional value. One of the key attributes of the MC Land and Cattle Ranch is its bountiful supply of water for irrigation, livestock and wildlife: the resources of Meeteetse Creek, Spring Creek, Corral Reservoir and Foster Reservoir. In addition to the previously mentioned, MC Land and Cattle Ranch has additional livestock water supply from two livestock watering pipe-lines. Both are supplied by ground wells and are gravity pressured. All the livestock pastures are more than adequately watered with live running water and/or supply tanks.

2,777 acres Saratoga, WY $7,900,000

2,777 acres Saratoga, WY

Carbon County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: River House 3 Beds | 2 Baths

Bordering two miles of the trout-rich North Platte River just north of Saratoga, Wyoming, Leaping Trout Ranch with a large population of hefty browns and rainbows easily qualifies as one of Wyoming's premier flyfishing properties. Add in four more miles of Jack Creek (a spawning tributary) and several lunker-filled ponds, and even seasoned anglers will find their pulse racing at the thought of the truly world-class trout fishing opportunities here. And if the spectacular fishing isn't reason enough to love this place, Leaping Trout Ranch is situated in the middle of one of the great unspoiled valleys in the Rocky Mountains. Leaping Trout Ranch surrounds 2,777 acres of rich bottomland just a mile north of Saratoga, a solid town with strong ties to both ranching and trout fishing. Historically, the ranch has supported 300 head of cattle year-round, and regularly produces 2000 tons of hay annually on 2600 irrigated acres. With water rights of 52.84 CFS, the ranch's most valuable resource is secure. Cattle ranching and hay production have been the mainstay of Leaping Trout Ranch, but its fishing and wildlife resources have the potential to make this property a one-of-a-kind sportsman's nirvana. The northern two-mile boundary of the ranch reaches to the centerline of the renowned North Platte River, which supports an impressive 4000 trout per mile. These browns and rainbows quickly reach sizes of 16 to 18 inches on the ranch, and five-pound trout are not uncommon at all. The western half of the ranch is dominated by the meanders of Jack Creek, which offers four stream miles of completely private fishing. Jack Creek receives an influx of line-popping browns and rainbows from the North Platte, particularly in the spring when the main river is running strong. Browns up to seven pounds have been caught in this small stream. Grass banks and literally dozens of bend pool make Jack Creek a great place for anglers of any skill level. The ranch's stillwater fishing potential is evidenced by one existing oxbow pond that regularly produces rainbows and browns over five pounds, and some close to ten. With abundant water available, many more trophy ponds could be developed. Fishing is the prime draw at Leaping Trout Ranch, but excellent hunting is available as well. Big game attracted to the ranch's bottomlands include whitetail deer, antelope and trophy-class mule deer. Mule deer over 200 inches frequent the fields and bottomlands. The ranch qualifies for landowner deer and antelope tags. Recognizing the value of maintaining the natural habitat on the ranch, previous owners have placed 1040 acres under conservation easement with the Nature Conservancy and the Wyoming Stockgrowers Association. The remaining 1737 acres could also be considered for easement or for limited development. Since Saratoga is only five minutes away, a few exclusive homesites would be a natural, low-impact fit for this property. Existing improvements on Leaping Trout Ranch include a comfortable owner's residence, manager's home, barn, shop, corrals and outbuildings. Those interested in building a new home or lodge will find several excellent sites on the property. Saratoga is one of Wyoming's most attractive communities, blending a ranching and tourism economy beautifully. With a population of 1700, it has a friendly, small-town feel, but provides all the necessary amenities. Saratoga Hot Springs has long been a prime tourist draw here, and golf courses and art galleries are attractions that few towns of this size can boast. Saratoga is easily reached via Interstate 80 and Wyoming 130 from Laramie, about 90 minutes away. Shively Field, one of the region's finest small airports, is a ten-minute drive from the ranch. Available properties with the fishing potential of Leaping Trout Ranch are rare finds. We at Harrigan Land Company believe that this is one of the finest livewater properties in the Rockies. If your heart is looking for a place where the genuine West still lives, where rivers run free and where the trout have broad shoulders, look no further. We'd be thrilled to introduce you personally to Leaping Trout Ranch and its unforgettable trout.
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