Property: Country home in a rural setting in northeastern Wyoming between Newcastle and Four Corners. The property consists of approximately 40± acres. It is in the process of being surveyed. A copy of the survey will be available upon completion.
Home: The home is situated at the edge of a meadow with nice views towards Sweetwater Mountain and the surrounding Black Hills. The two story home was built in 1985. It has a country style kitchen with an eating area. The laundry room and a half bath are near the kitchen. The large living room has a door to the front deck. The upper level includes three bedrooms along with two full baths. The lower level is a utility type basement with extra storage room.
Outbuildings: Near the house is a 24’ x 48’ shop built in 1985. There are several other older outbuildings including a loafing shed, and some farm utility sheds.
Water: The water well that serves the home is reported to be 410 feet deep.
Terrain: The property is set on a wide expanse of the Canyon Springs Prairie at the edge of the Black Hills. The terrain consists of open rolling meadows with some gypsum rock outcroppings. There is a small dryland field that is in native grass. The land is located at an elevation of approximately 5,690 feet above sea level.
Wildlife & Recreation: The property is about 6.5 miles from Mallo Camp, where hundreds of thousands of acres of Black Hills National Forest can be accessed. The nearby area is frequented by mule deer, turkey and antelope. Elk and whitetail deer are typically found closer into the mountainous areas.
Location & Access: The property is on Fowler County Road and about 8/10ths of a mile west of Highway 85. It is centrally located and close to several nearby towns. Approximate mileages: Newcastle-17 miles, Four Corners-1.6 miles, Sundance-30 miles, and Deadwood-39 miles.