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THE DOUBLE BAR J RANCH -- DUBOIS, WYOMING
This historic 191 acre ranch is one of the largest in-holdings on the Continental Divide in the area. Backs up to millions of acres of Shoshone National Forest. The Wind River runs through the ranch. Gorgeous views of the magnificent Pinnacle Buttes, Absaroka Mtns. & Wind River Mtns.
The main residence is an exquisitely crafted custom built lodgepole pine log home. No detail has been left out of this 4,500 s/f, four or five bedroom/four bath home. Throughout the home are vaulted tongue & groove ceilings, recessed lighting, large windows to enjoy the scenery & oak floors. The Great Room's beautiful stone fireplace and entryway tile were quarried in Wyoming.
Other ranch buildings include a historic lodge & cabins, a manager's residence, a wrangler's residence, a Swedish sauna, a barn with tack room, corrals for horses and lots of pastureland.
This ranch is equal to exclusive properties in Jackson Hole, less than an hour from the ranch. Jackson Hole airport only 58 miles away.
Dubois, WY is only 20 min. from the Double Bar J. The town was ranked as one of the "20 best places to live the West" by American Cowboy Magazine.
Fireplace in Master
Sitting Area in Master
High Speed Internet Available
Full Size W/D Area
Sink In Utility
Water Line to Refrigerator
Separate Spa/Hot Tub
Spa/Hot Tub Room
Water to Barn
Number of Ponds (water 1-5 acres)
Type of Fence
Number of Wells
Road Frontage Desc
Fenced for Cattle
Fenced for Horses
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