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23.29 acres near Daniel, WY
$850,000  |  23.29 acres
Hayden Outdoors
6 Sterling Drive Daniel Wyoming 83115
3669 acres near Newcastle, WY
$8,500,000  |  3,669 acres
Arnold Realty, Inc.
23905 Hwy 85 Newcastle Wyoming 82701
36 acres near Saratoga, WY
$2,250,000  |  36 acres
Century 21 Cornerstone Realty, LLC
Saratoga Wyoming 82331
58 acres near Shell, WY
$1,200,000  |  58 acres
Pearson Real Estate Company, Inc.
1716 U. S. Highway 14 East Shell Wyoming 82441

Wyoming: Lake Houses, Homes, and Waterfront Property

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$6,390,000 422.85 acres
Story, WY 82842 - Sheridan County

Spring Mountain Ranch

Resting beside North Piney creek, Spring Mountain Ranch is quintessential Wyoming! Rustic elegance, manicured grounds and your own private wildlife sanctuary. The ranch offers a custom, 3040 sq.ft. log home that features a gourmet kitchen, master suite, stone fireplace, stone accented tile, wine storage and a covered deck overlooking North Piney Creek. With the property bordering National Forest for a mile, the recreational opportunities are endless. Black Bear, Mule Deer, Elk, Moose, Whitetail Deer all inhabit the properties lush springs and timber covered ridges. Fishing in North Piney Creek and Spring Creek top off the outdoor experiance of this spectacular property. There are numerous additional building sites that all boast panoramic v
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company
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$4,700,000 1,551 acres
Cody, WY 82414 - Park County

Simek's Tombstone Ranch

A once in a lifetime value opportunity to own a stunning Southfork Ranch with live water located only minutes from Cody, Wyoming. Featuring 3 homes, 2 large shops, 5 pivots, 2 large hay barns, and an impressive show/vet barn and paddocks the Simek Tombstone Ranch is ideal for a registered livestock or equestrian operation. The ranch holds 1,580 +/- total acres consisting of 911+/ deeded acres, 629+/- State leased acres, and 40+/- BLM leased acres at the base of Carter Mountain with panoramic views of the Absaroka Range and Buffalo Bill Reservoir. Approximately 292 +/- acres are irrigated under center pivot with some additional acreage under side roll. The irrigated ground is currently planted in grass and alfalfa. The Simek Tombstone Ranch
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company
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$4,500,000 1,848 acres
Boulder, WY 82923 - Sublette County

Three Ball Ranch

The Three Ball Ranch is comprised of 1,848 deeded acres that includes the 1,240-acre River Parcel, or main ranch, and the 608-acre Homestead Parcel. The ranch is located 10 miles southeast of Boulder, Wyoming, along the banks of the East Fork River with year round access off Highway 353. Conveniently situated 22 miles from the Sublette County seat of Pinedale, and a 1 hour and 45-minute drive from Jackson Hole, the ranch is easily accessible. Air service can be found 15 miles from the ranch at the Wenz Field Airport, and commercial air service is available in Jackson Hole and Rock Springs. Approximately 4 miles of the East Fork River flows along the west side of the River Parcel and provides an excellent trout fishery. South Creek and numer
Live Water Properties Live Water Properties
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$3,995,000 50,000 acres
Lovell, WY 82833 - Big Horn County

Cottonwood Canyon Ranch

The Cottonwood Canyon Ranch is expansive, cascading from high country meadows and timber in the Big Horn Mountains through deep canyons and well-sodded mesas to irrigated fields adjacent to the Greybull River. This legacy property encompasses nearly 50,000 acres that include Forest Service, BLM, and State of Wyoming grazing leases that compliment the 1,900 +/- acres of deeded range and farm ground. With sufficient hay production and summer grazing, the outfit is owner rated at 400 year around cow/calf pairs. Historically qualifying for landowner tags the property holds abundant wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, game birds, and the occasional predator. A benefit to grazing in the Big Horn Mountains is the absence of wolves and gr
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company
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$2,995,000 1,154 acres
Cody, WY 82414 - Park County

Bull Creek Ranch

The Bull Creek Ranch is located in the South Fork Valley southwest of the historic town of Cody, Wyoming. Totaling 1,154 +/- acres, 450 +/- deeded and 704 +/- leased, this high mountain ranch has it all including pivot irrigation, live water, and world class working improvements. Two gravity fed center pivots cover approximately 80 +/- acres of highly productive upper bench ground for an ideal mix of grazing and hay production. At the base of Carter Mountain and overlooking the Absorakas to the west, the Ranch controls almost 2 miles of Bull Creek that is an important stock water and irrigation source as well as wildlife corridor. If you are looking for a one of a kind ranch with high end improvements, this will be your on a flagship eq
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company
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$1,700,000 175 acres
2840 Beaver Creek Road, Shell, WY 82441 - Big Horn County

Lazy Springs Ranch

The Lazy Springs Ranch is located near Shell, Wyoming in Big Horn County at the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains along the lush fertile valley of Beaver Creek. This year around stream meanders for over a mile through the ranch providing flood and sub irrigation water to 80+/- acres of tillable fields that have historically raised both hay and crop. The remaining 175+/- acres of deeded and nearly 28,000+/- acres of a common BLM grazing lease provide excellent habitat for livestock and wildlife. The improvements are impeccable and include a 4,067 sq ft home that has been used as a lodge; a 1,320 sq ft high bay shop; and a 3,132 sq ft barn that incorporates an incredible recreation room as well as stalls and tack spaces for a fe
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company
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$295,000 35 acres
Shell, WY 82441 - Big Horn County

Beaver Creek Farmstead

The property features a 1,800 + square foot 3 bedroom/2 bath modular home built in 2008 as well as several other structures including the original homestead cabin which is where the current owner resides. The owner has rented the modular home for as much as $650 per month plus utilities. The other buildings on the property were used at one time as a summer cottages and could be fixed up to do so again. Original loafing sheds, root cellars, and barns add a charming western flare to the property. A newly constructed metal Quonset with concrete foundation and floor provides quality shop space. The farmstead is in need of some TLC and has potential for the new owner to do improvements. Currently the 35 acres of well-fenced creek bottom is used
Rob Pfister Pfister Land Company