Northeastern Wyoming ranch headquarters southwest of Upton on 160 acres. Rolling prairie country with hard grass pastures, sage and a few pines. Situated at an elevation of 4,800 feet, this secluded setting borders about 120 acres of Thunder Basin National Grasslands.
The main home is tucked behind a knoll with long range views that include the Black Hills on the eastern horizon. The home is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home with approximately 2,040 square feet. It has open living spaces, vaulted ceilings, several French doors, skylights, two decks, central air. Huge kitchen with center island, breakfast area with French door to the back deck, walk-in pantry, built-in desk, ample cupboard and counter space plus room for 2 refrigerators. Spacious living room with a gas log stove and it’s open to the dining room and has French doors into the den. Master bedroom with big sunny windows, French doors to the private bath with a garden tub, separate shower, dressing table and walk-in closet. The laundry area is also accessible from the master bath.
Garage & Shop:
Adjacent to the home is an oversized two car garage with cement floor and plenty of room for storage and ATVs. Also nearby is a new 50’ x 50’ shop with insulated tack room, equipment storage and a fowl shed with outdoor run.
Other Ranch Buildings:
Around the bend from the main home is another set of buildings including a two bedroom bunkhouse, 26’ x 36’ shop with cement floor and two overhead doors, 24’ x 40’ garage with cement floor, 24’ x 56’ calving barn attached to the garage, horse shelter, several lawn & utility sheds, small set of corrals with automatic waterer and a 22’ x 100’ older steel building out in the pasture.
Wildlife & Recreation:
The area is frequented by mule deer, turkey and antelope. The ranch is within a one-hour drive of Keyhole State Park, which is northwest, and also the Black Hills National Forest, which is to east.
Location & Access:
The property is east of Highway 116 about 2 miles on a private access road and about 16.5 miles from Upton.