The Lone Tree Ranch stands among one of the most coveted ranches in the west. Serenity at the base of the Big Horn Mountains with irrigated fields and numerous ponds creating a sanctuary for a small livestock and organic crop operation. The impressive home and pool house are the anchor to numerous outbuildings that serve both form and function. Opportunities for ownership of this quality and with this location are rare.
The Lone Tree Brand itself and the unique history of ranching at the base of the Big Horns awaits.
The Ranch consists of approximately 750+/- deeded acres and a Wyoming state grazing lease on 160+/- acres. Abundant water resources and well conceived working facilities are what make this ranch so productive for its size. From the irrigated hay meadows and to the riparian corridors of Hanff Draw the undulating acres of range land. The Seller has run 80-100 head of Cow Calf pairs with the well cross fenced pastures. Alfalfa, orchard grass, and other native grasses provide year around feed for stock and wildlife alike. The shops and barns make operations ideal.
The Well cared for buildings provide unlimited benefit ranging from entertaining large groups to capitilizing on the ever growing organic food market.
4,096 sq ft home with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a 3 car garage
3,598 sq ft pool house with entertainment room and fireplace
2,048 sq ft caretakers home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths
1,598 sq ft farm utility building that was once a commercial green house
1,860 sq ft high bay equipment shop with multiple doors and sky lights
1,800 sq ft tool and maintence building with insulation and heat
1,127 sq ft barn with complete set of working corrals and round pen
Several loafing sheds and livestock paddocks for easy sorting and working
Root cellar made so stout as to be a bunker and a fishing gear shed
The Lone Tree Ranch is blessed with abundant water resources.
Hanff Draw holds a series of ponds that tumble from south to north through the center of the property. A large fishing pond flows into the hayfields and the state pasture holds a stock pond. In total there are 6 wells and 8 reservoirs on the property. Domestic and stock water is provided by both a well and municipal water piped underground to the home and yard wells. A majority of the approximate 135 acres of irrigated land is flood irrigated from early priority water diverted from the Little Tongue River. Two side roll sprinklers distribute water from the South Side Ditch to the field in front of the commercial agriculture building.
The ranch abounds in big game including elk, mule deer, white tail, and antelope. A birders paradise upland birds include pheasant, cranes, partridge, grouse, and wild turkey. Wetland birds take flight from pond to pond.