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Waterfront Property for sale in Northeast Wyoming

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$2,075,000 115 acres
65 Wolf Creek Rd, Ranchester, WY 82839 - Sheridan County

Deer haven Ranch

Luxury, agriculture, and a wildlife paradise! The Deer Haven Ranch encompasses 115+/- acres offering an incredible ag opportunity with large hay fields, irrigated via 2 pivot sprinklers and numerous side roll sprinklers averaging roughly 500 tons of production per year with excellent early adjudicated water rights. Enjoy abundant riparian habitat including good fishing opportunities on the 1.3+ miles of Wolf Creek that runs the western boundary of the property, along with deer, upland birds, turkey and the occasional moose. Escape the outdoor work and leisure to the 4 bed 2.75 bath home with over 4,000 square feet of finished living space. Hardwood floors, exposed beams, 3 wood burning fireplaces and rock wall features create an ambiance th
Century 21 BHJ Realty, Inc. Century 21 BHJ Realty, Inc.
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$375,000 69 acres
TBD Buck Creek Trail, Alva, WY 82711 - Crook County

River Property

River Property - Crook County, Wyoming 69 acres - $375,000 Premier setting with year round live water, beautiful vistas and productive meadows. 69 acres in the Belle Fourche River Valley. A great place to establish a residence or have a Black Hills retreat. It is situated in an expansive valley with the Belle Fourche River running through the middle of the property for over mile, with land laying on both sides of the river. The river bottom area has a few scattered cottonwood trees. There are plateaus on each side of the river with rolling tillable lands with approx 20 to 24 tillable acres. The fields are planted to grass/alfalfa hay. The live water and productive meadows on the property provide excellent habitat for Whitetail deer and
Jim Pederson Arnold Realty, Inc.
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$3,230,000 2,437 acres
1109 Lower Sussex Road, Kaycee, WY 82639 - Johnson County

Chabot Ranch

The Chabot (sha-bot) siblings grew up on the ranch and worked together raising Hereford cattle and hay. In recent years the ranch has been leased and some of the meadows have been farmed and seeded to alfalfa. Approximately 326.5 acres of irrigated hay meadows produce 450550 tons of alfalfa and alfalfa grass mix hay annually. Irrigation is by sideroll sprinklers and flood irrigation. The Powder River is a major regional watershed ultimately flowing north into Montana. It flows through the ranch for about 3 miles and the Cottonwood trees scattered along the river channel provide some livestock shelter. Gravel bars on the edge of the river allow cattle to water from the river. The Powder River Irrigation District (formerly Sussex Ir
John Pearson Pearson Real Estate Company, Inc.