GPS: 44.982294, -109.016087
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:Located in SECS 26&27, TWP 58 N., 101 W., in Park County, WY.
A part of record of survey # 2008-3512 in cabinet j, page 19 park county records.
ACCESS: A private road system will be completed in 2011. It will extend from State Highway 120 approx. 2 1/2 miles to give access to these parcels.
TIMBER: there is no timber on these parcels. The timber covered Beartooth Mountains are approximately 9 miles west. Many great buildings sites with big views.
TOPOGRAPHY: This is gentle, rolling foothill type terrain, consisting of a few draws and some nice overlooks.
AVAILABLILTY OF WATER: Electro-Seismic tests were conducted in the summer of 2007. 20 sites were surveyed and the results showed an average potential depth of approximately 175 ft., with good potential for groundwater.
ELEVATION: 4100 feet APPROX. ANNUAL TAXES ( per parcel): $400
no state income tax in wyoming
IMPROVEMENTS AND UTILTIES: Power will be run thru this area in 2011or 2012. parcels wh-88, 89, 90 will not have power brought in by seller. Power will be about 1/2 mile east. There is cellular phone service in this area.
DISTANCE TO NEAREST TOWN: Cody, WY approx. 35 miles south. POPULATION: 9,000+/-
DESCRIPTION OF TOWN: Cody, WY is a gateway city to Yellowstone National Park. This part of Wyoming represents the last of the true West, featuring the Buffalo Bill Museum, rodeos every weekend in the summer, and a well developed hospitality industry with varied lodging opportunities, fine dining, and western activities. There is a Super Wal-Mart, and a small commercial airport here as well.
RECREATION FACILITIES: There are no man-made facilities. The surrounding area has access to millions of acres of public land in the Shoshone National Forest, Custer National Forest, and Yellowstone National Park. Park County and Cody are the hub for several loop tour drives that access five different Scenic Byways. There are several fishing access points along the Clark Fork of the Yellowstone River, including one just 5.7 miles south.
DEED AND TITLE CONDITION: Warranty deed, protective covenants, insured title, guaranteed access, utility easements along private roads, all timber rights included. Mineral rights appear to be held by the federal government, Burlington Northern, and a small portion to a private party. There is a natural gas pipeline and a water pipeline through this ranch. There are easements in place for the construction and maintenance of these lines.
PROPERTY SUMMARY: This is Yellowstone Country! Cody is what America was, a place where the cowboy culture thrives and where the new west begins. The vistas are spectacular, the land is wild, the people are genuinely friendly and the opportunities for outdoor adventure, recreation, education and entertainment are as large and varied as the Wyoming skies. These properties feature unparalleled views of the Beartooth Mountain Range, and endless recreational opportunity.
ALL PROPERTY OFFERED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS.
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