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Centennial Unincorporated Acreage
Albany, Wyoming
197.61 acres
Location! Location! Location!  A rare and unique opportunity with excellent access on 197 acres along HWY 130 and Old State HWY 30.  Bordering the town of Centennial, Wyoming on one side and the Medicine Bow National Forest on the other, this is a devoper's dream in the last frontier of Wyoming!   
Elk Mountain Hunt & Retreat
Carbon, Wyoming
322.00 acres
This Wyoming Trophy Property is an exclusive opportunity to own an impressive furnished custom log home on 322 heavily timbered acres in the Snowy Range Mountains.  This is the retreat of your dreams, living amongst majestic elk as your close neighbors, in a sanctuary with all that nature provides. The Swedish cope construction uses massive hand hewn Englemann Spruce logs imported from Vancouver, British Columbia.  The home boasts a sprawling 7800 finished sq ft that includes 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, oversized drive under two car garage, a full entertainment basement and a security vault. The loft has its own private deck and currently serves as additional bunk space but could be used as an office, den or private relaxing area. The spacious kitchen and dining offers granite tops, a large island with double ovens, and upgraded GE Monogram stainless appliances.The architecture gives a generous open lodge feeling with soaring vaulted knotty pine ceilings, and a towering river rock fireplace that provides the perfect centerpiece for lounging and conversation. The open design and walls of windows allow for excellent natural lighting and magnificent distant views. The ash hardwood and custom tile floors have radiant heat that is fired from both a propane and electric boiler which keeps everything comfortable throughout the seasons. The huge walkout and wraparound deck leads to an enormous covered patio that offers endless opportunities for outdoor entertainment and large gatherings, all under cover of the cold style metal roof.Surrounded by large private ranch’s and just North of the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Retreat currently qualifies for two Landowner Tags, with two more possible, and is located in the highly sought after and coveted Wyoming Elk Hunt Area 11. The Wick Wildlife Habitat Management Area is just a short bugle away and provides just under 20,000 acres of refuge to an estimated 600 Wyoming Wapiti.There is an additional 160 acres of BLM land adjacent to the south border, and another 40 acres of Wyoming State Trust land adjacent to the north boundary, which provide even more trophy opportunities. The Medicine Bow River is an easy cast to the west with access for the Fly Fisherman and Anglers. The National Forest sits just an ATV or Snow Machine ride to the South with some of the best snow machine trails in the country, and the Snowy Range Ski Area is in Centennial for endless recreation.  A PistenBully PB300 Snow Cat, Chevy Suburban with Mat Tracks, and two Honda ATVs will get you back in forth in no time at all, no matter what season of the year!The small town of Elk Mountain is minutes to the North and the Hot Springs are a short drive back into the town of Saratoga. The University of Wyoming and the Laramie Airport is about the same, in the opposite direction to Laramie, and an easy 2 hours gets you back into the hustle & bustle of the Colorado Front Range.
Hams Fork River Ranch
Lincoln, Wyoming
1046.00 acres
A rancher's love for his land can be seen through his efforts in conservation, and this rings true for the Hams Fork River Ranch.  This Ranch has been in the same family for decades, and is now being offered to the market for the first time in 60 years. The Ranch is a very special place that you just can't find anymore, being either a year round or a summer cattle operation and also a recreational paradise.  Located in Lincoln County in southwest Wyoming, the ranch is bordered on two sides by large BLM tracts and is about 8 miles north of Kemmerer, WY, along HWY 233 for great year round access! The Hams Fork River spirals through the ranch for several miles, flowing down from the Kemmerer Reservoir and Lake Viva Naughton, with the State of Wyoming participating in creating outstanding fishing for rainbows, browns and the occassional cutthroat trout.  The Ranch has historic water rights that allow for excellent irrigation, good hay production and healthy cows.  The river also attracts a host of neighborhood wildlife and the hunting opportunities that follow, including big game like Elk, Deer, Antelope and Moose, as well as small game, and waterfowl! The Ranch currently runs 200 plus cows year round or about 500 cows in the summer, and has a BLM Grazing permit for an addittional 135 cows that run on thousands more adjacent acres of summer range.  Moving from one end of the ranch to the other, there are 6 separate pastures and 400+/-  acres of irrigated hay meadows that consistently produce between 500 to 600 tons of good quality hay when not being grazed.  Corrals, a scale and loading chutes are still occasionally used on the ranch in addittion to the original homestead buildings, and there is also a small cabin currently being used for rental income.  The ranch is a couple hours drive to Salt Lake City, UT, providing major air service and the hustle and bustle of the big city, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming is about 150 miles to the north.  The Hams Fork River Ranch is truly a chance to have a piece of the vanishing last frontier, in the great State of Wyoming!  
Green Ranch
Weston, Wyoming
7689.00 acres
Located in Upton, Wyoming, the Green Ranch is situated along State HWY 16, south of interstate 90, halfway between Moorcroft and Newcastle WY just on the western edge of the scenic Black Hills in Weston and Crook counties.    The Ranch is mostly contiguous and totals 7689+/- acres, with 4632+/- deeded acres and the remaining 3057+/-acres are split between (480+/-) Private Association, (880+/-) State of Wyoming and (1696+/-) National Grassland leases.  The Ranch is fenced with several gentle sloping productive pastures made up of native grasses, with alfalfa/grass mix in the hay fields that average 1-2 cuttings/year depending on conditions. There are dry land and riparian areas in the low ground and pine tree covered hills and draws on the high ground that provide good cover and shelter for wildlife and livestock.  There is plenty of water to be found in the winding creeks, numerous springs, ponds and reservoirs that help to provide good feed and makes for fat cows!  Abundant wildlife can be found on and around the ranch including mule and whitetail deer, antelope, and occassional elk, along with upland birds and all the other Wyoming critters that come and go with this part of the neighborhood and could potentially add income to the ranch. The improvements on the ranch are practical and include a solid 3654 sq ft frame and brick house that has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, a 5460 sq ft metal barn/shop for equipment and tools, a certified scale and scale house, two wells and an extensive pen and corral system that are all neccesary for a good livestock operation.  There is also a RR communications tower lease that generates addtiional annual income for the ranch.The ranch is about 45 miles southeast of Gillette WY, and a 110 miles west of Rapid City SD using I-90.  It also has great access from Thornton Rd to pavement along State HWY 16, with schools, services and supplies, all located just minutes away in Upton, Wyoming, "The Best Town On Earth"!  
Yellowhammer Ranch
Campbell, Wyoming
6425.00 acres
"The Old West is not a certain place in a certain time, it's a state of mind, it's whatever you want it to be." Said by Tom Mix, these words are fit to describe Wyoming's Yellowhammer Ranch.  Full of western history, the Yellowhammer is an undiscovered gem that lies in Southeastern Campbell County, halfway between Gillette and Wright, Wyoming.The Ranch totals 6425 +/- acres consisting of 4009 +/- deeded acres, and another 2416 +/-  BLM and State leased acres. There are also thousands more BLM and State acres in the Yellowhammer Buttes that make for great wildlife habitat and directly connect and expand the limitless hunting and recreational opportunities.The topography on the Ranch varies from rolling hills to deep draws and steep canyons, holding native grasses, sage and pines that provide good feed and cover for both wildlife and livestock. The Ranch has good water resources including natural spring reservoirs and stock wells, as well as Deer Creek, Yellowhammer Creek and the Belle Fourche River that run in and around the boundaries.There is a good road and trail system that runs throughout all parts of the Ranch for easy accessibility.  The fencing is made up of 3 and 4 wire, with wood and steel posts.  Cross fencing creates seperate pastures allowing for best practice livestock rotation. The Ranch comfortably holds 150 - 160 cow/calf pairs from April to October, while maintaining a balance with the resident wildlife.Excellent hunting opportunities come with a good migration of Elk, Deer and Antelope that can all be counted in the big game categories on the Ranch.  Sharp Tail Grouse, Sage Hens and a host of other Wyoming critters can also be found in the neighborhood.The regional hubs in the area are Casper, WY about 1 1/2 hours to the West.  Rapid City, SD sits about 1 1/2 hours to the East.  Gillette, WY is a short  20 minutes directly North, all providing convenient air travel.  Denver International Airport is about 4 1/2 hours to the south for major airline services. The Yellowhammer Ranch offers an opportunity to have it all in the last frontier of the lower 48, in the great State of Wyoming! 
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