Creed James


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$180,000  •  47 acres
The subject property is located just 3 miles south of Baggs, Wyoming along the Wyoming / Colorado state line. Comprised of 47 acres with outstanding views of Bakers Peak, this property is easily accessed off County Road 613 (or 2N if you come from the Colorado side). There are two nice building sites that have been leveled and with a well that may be used for either site. Power runs through the property along the county road. There is a canal & a ditch running though portions of the property. While there are no irrigation rights associated with the ditch and canal, there are some areas that are sub-irrigated and there is a small pond on the west side of the property. There are a lot of trees around the building sites that provide exceptional privacy. Rarely do parcels like this come available in the area, so contact James Land Company at 307-326-3104 to schedule your tour today!
$640,000  •  800 acres
The Kimball County Pasture & Pivots is located 9 miles southeast of Bushnell, Nebraska along County Road 20S. Comprised of 800 deeded acres +/-, the subject property has 214.62 certified irrigated acres +/- under two pivots, 80 acres +/- of dryland farm ground with the balance in grass. The irrigated ground was enrolled in the EQIP program for the last three years, but the pivots can be used in the 2020 season. Both pivots are older Lockwoods and are supplied off the same irrigation well (G-019603). The wiper pivot on the west side of the property irrigates 88 acres +/- and the pivot to the east irrigates 126.62 acres +/-. In 2017 456.88 acres +/- was enrolled in a Grassland CRP contract ($6,853/year) that has been fenced and cross fenced into two pastures. This contract runs through September 30, 2032 and allows the owner to graze 36 pairs in each pasture for two months and one week. Improvements on the property include an older three bed, one bath home, three 10,000 bushel Behlen grain bins, a Quonset & shop, both with concrete floors and numerous other outbuildings. Kimball, a town of approximately 2,400 and the county seat, is 16 miles northeast of the property. To arrange a time to view the Kimball County Pasture & Pivots contact James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$525,000  •  157 acres
The Libsack Pivot is located approximately 3.5 miles northeast of Alliance in the center of the Nebraska Panhandle. Located along Madison Road, this productive farm is comprised of 157 deeded acres +/- with 121 acres under a Zimmatic Pivot. The farm and surrounding area is known for their production of corn, dry edible beans and sugar beets. The well and pivot is powered by electricity. Price: $525,000.00 Terms: Cash Legal Description: NW¼ less 5.01 acres, Section 21, Township 25 North, Range 47 West, 6th P.M., Box Butte County, Nebraska Possession: To be determined. Acreage: 157 Deeded Acres +/- Real Estate Taxes: $4,790.32 (2018) Improvements: None.
$172,000  •  40 acres
This 40 acre parcel is a rare opportunity to own a fully developed hunting property in the North Platte River Valley just three miles south of Morrill, Nebraska and adjacent to the Kiowa Wildlife Refuge. The property has many wildlife habitat improvements established to attract a wide variety of wildlife species including geese, ducks, pheasants and deer. The improvements include a spring fed pond and 12 acres planted with three hundred planted trees and shrubs. The property has a perimeter fence as well as crossing fencing, all in excellent condition. A great home site is located on a high point of the property near power and paved road. This location offers a panoramic view of the valley to the south and Laramie Peak in Wyoming to the west. For more information or to schedule a time to view this property call Brad James at 307-340-0168.
$384,000  •  640 acres
The Browns Hill Pasture is located approximately 15 miles northeast of Dixon in the southwestern part of Carbon County, Wyoming. Comprised of 640 deeded acres +/- and 80 acres of BLM lease, this scenic summer pasture features two large drainages that cut through the east & west sides of the property. The west drainage has a spring that provides water for livestock & wildlife, while the drainage on the east side of the ranch has a large pond. The combination of lush bottoms in the drainages, sparsely timbered aspen hillsides and sage covered flats provides ideal habitat for deer, antelope and other wildlife. Herds of elk can be found during the migration working up and down the drainages for food and cover. Bordering the property to the north is BLM along with Bird Gulch that the two drainages on the ranch feed into. The Browns Hill Pasture is set in an area known for its recreational attributes. West of the property is hundreds of thousands of acres of BLM and lying to the east is Savery Creek, the High Savery Reservoir, the Sierra Madre Mountain Range and the Medicine Bow National Forest. The pasture is accessed seasonally via a private easement coming off the Browns Hill Road (CR 602). To arrange a time to view the Browns Hill Pasture call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$208,000  •  160 acres
Located on the south end of the Wind River Mountain Range, in an area that’s history stretches back to the earliest territorial days of Wyoming, the Atlantic City Acreage offers a buyer a unique ownership opportunity. While the gold rush days from 1867 may be a foregone conclusion, this 160 acre patented mining claim now offers a wide range of recreational opportunities right out your back door. Set in an area with vast expanses of public land for the outdoor recreationist, the property is bordered on the east, south and portions of the northwest by BLM. Four miles to the northwest of the property are thousands of acres of national forest and wilderness areas that offer endless opportunities for hunters and anglers alike. Just over ¾ of a mile off the Atlantic City Road, the Atlantic City Acreage is accessed via the Fort Stambaugh Loop Road and has power running through the property. Jutting through the northwest corner of the property is a portion of the Big Atlantic Gulch that has a pond and live water running through it in most years.
$1,600,000  •  2,283 acres
The East Timberlake Ranch is located approximately 30 minutes north of Craig in Moffat County, Colorado and is comprised of 1,683 deeded acres +/- and 600 acres +/- of BLM lease. Covered by a Grassland Reserve conservation easement, this ranch offers a productive summer pasture with the potential for some dryland hay production. Cross fenced into eight pastures the ranch is watered via five wells and a series of stock reservoirs providing ample water in all pastures. Access to the ranch is off County Road 3 that runs along the west end of the BLM allotment & County Road 109 that runs through the ranch. Set in Unit 3, an area known for its hunting potential, the ranch enjoys a nice mix of good vegetation and rolling topography that produces good deer and antelope hunting. The ranch is located along the elk migration and is good hunting in the later seasons as well. To arrange a time to tour the East Timberlake Ranch call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$181,200  •  302 acres
The Oyster Ridge Acreage is located on the outskirts of the small community of Kemmerer, Wyoming to the east. Kemmerer, a town of a little over 2,700, is approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes south of Jackson Hole and 2 hours and 15 minutes from Salt Lake City. Comprised of 302 deeded acres +/-, this beautiful parcel rises above the Hams Fork River giving it exceptional views of the town below and looking north up the river valley. The majority of the property is on the west face of Oyster Ridge and is covered mostly with native grasses and sage brush with the eastern face being primarily covered in an aspen grove. Antelope and the occasional mule deer roam the property offering some hunting potential. Bordering the property to the east is BLM ground providing additional land to hunt and recreate on. Set in an area known for its recreational opportunities, the Oyster Ridge Acreage is a unique ownership opportunity that does not come along very often.
$216,000  •  618 acres
The Marshall Road Acreage is located in northern Albany County approximately 70 miles from Laramie, Wyoming. Comprised of 618 deeded acres, the subject property has good views of the Laramie Peak, Elk Mountain and the Freezeout Mountains to the west. Access is provided via the Marshall Road that runs through the southwest corner of the property. Covered in mostly grass and sage, the subject property enjoys good antelope hunting. For more information call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$1,124,900  •  1,607 acres
Located in northern Box Butte County, Nebraska between Hemingford and Crawford, the Hucke Ranch is comprised of 1,607 acres of deeded grassland. Improvements on the ranch include a 2,989 sq. ft. three bed, one bath home, garage, quonset, barn and numerous other outbuildings. This productive ranch is well watered via a number of dams that hold water in most years, three windmills and one submersible pump that needs some work. Historically the ranch has taken in 150 pairs from May through late September early October. The Hucke Ranch is accessed on County Road 79 and is approximately 14 miles from Hemingford, 30 miles from Crawford and 35 miles from Alliance. To arrange a time to view the Hucke Ranch call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$525,000  •  330 acres
Lots of potential in this horse property waiting for a trainer/breeder or horse enthusiast. The subject property straddles the Scotts Bluff / Banner County line and is comprised of 330 total acres with 220 acres native pasture and 110 acres dry hay ground. Improvements include a nice 2,000 ± sq. ft. main residence with 4 beds, 2.5 baths, large kitchen, and fireplace and a second 2 bed, 1 bath home needing some work but could be a cozy home. The main barn is a 30’ x 48’ Platte River Steel barn with 4 indoor stalls and enclosed tack room. There are 4 paddocks with water and loafing shed in each. There is a shop with other miscellaneous out-buildings at the headquarters. A good loafing shed is in the pasture with 4 watering points on a pipeline. Native pasture and dry land hay ground is well watered and in good condition. Pheasants, mule deer, and antelope are just some of the wildlife that frequent this property.
$765,000  •  290 acres
The McIntosh Farm is located 20 miles east of Scottsbluff and 4 miles north of Bayard, Nebraska along L62A. This productive farm is comprised of 290 deeded acres +/- with 240 irrigated acres and has raised corn, beans, sugar beets and alfalfa. Approximately 120 acres of the irrigated farm ground is under a 2017 Zimmatic pivot. The farm has both Pathfinder Irrigation District (33 acres) and Farmers Irrigation District (238.65 acres) water. A mature tree row runs through the middle of the farm providing good cover for wildlife. The improvements are located along the highway and have historically been leased out. Price: $765,000.00 Terms: Cash Legal Description: Those parts of the SE¼NW¼ and of the W½NW¼ lying south and below the right-of-way of the Pathfinder Irrigation District Lateral, and subject to the right-of-way of the Farmers Irrigation District Canal, and the W½SE¼ and SW¼, subject to the right-of-way of the Farmers Irrigation District Canal, and EXCEPT those parts of the SE¼SW¼ and of the SW¼SW¼ and of the SW¼SE¼ deeded to the State of Nebraska for highway purposes and recorded in Deed Records of Morrill County, Nebraska, in Book 54, at Page 644, all in Section 1, Township 21 North, Range 52 West of the 6th P.M., Morrill County, Nebraska. Possession: Available for 2019. Acreage: 290 Deeded Acres +/- Water Rights: Farmers Irrigation District (238.65 Acres), Pathfinder Irrigation District (33 Acres) Real Estate Taxes: $7,867.80 (2017) Improvements: Home, Shop, Grain Bin & Other Outbuildings
$1,200,000  •  346 acres
The Ranch on the Blacks Fork River is located in Uinta County, Wyoming approximately 14 miles southwest of Mountain View. Bordered by thousands of acres of BLM, the subject property is comprised of 346.4 deeded acres with approximately 80 acres irrigated. The Blacks Fork River runs along the western edge of the property for approximately a mile. This stone bottom stream provides an excellent opportunity for the avid angler to catch rainbow and brook trout. The rugged ridge to the east, the irrigated meadow and lush river bottom provide excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife including mule deer, antelope and the occasional moose. Approximately eight miles south of the ranch, the Meeks Cabin Reservoir and Wasatch National Forest provide additional recreational opportunities for the outdoorsman. To arrange a time to view the Ranch on the Blacks Fork River contact James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$2,518,500  •  3,358 acres
Offered in six separate parcels, Gardner Farms, Inc. was established in 1972 with three bank loans, and was put together one piece at a time like a puzzle. This one border fenced block of prime Box Butte County center-pivot irrigated farm and ranch land is located in the Snake Creek Valley eleven miles west of Alliance, Nebraska. Spanning 5,774 deeded acres +/-, the subject property is comprised of 1,523.9 irrigated acres +/- and 4,250 acres +/- of dry land farm ground, sub-irrigated meadows and pasture. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. All eleven center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with shallow levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. This subject property has been well cared for and managed by the owner/operator (farmer-rancher) in cooperation with good tenant farmers and ranchers. The farm raises corn (220 bu/a in 2015), wheat (100-120 bu/a in most years), edible beans (40-50 bu/a most years), sugar beets with top yields, excellent dairy alfalfa for many years and excellent potatoes (cash rented) on all circles over the past 40 years. For the avid bird hunter the subject property is covered in pheasants during the winter months. PASTURE PARCEL – This parcel encompasses 3,358 acres +/- of excellent grass and sub-irrigated pastures. Well watered with shallow stock water wells equipped with windmills and electric submersible pumps on the same well with large watering tanks, this parcel also has an older farm house on it.
$481,150  •  170 acres
Offered in six separate parcels, Gardner Farms, Inc. was established in 1972 with three bank loans, and was put together one piece at a time like a puzzle. This one border fenced block of prime Box Butte County center-pivot irrigated farm and ranch land is located in the Snake Creek Valley eleven miles west of Alliance, Nebraska. Spanning 5,774 deeded acres +/-, the subject property is comprised of 1,523.9 irrigated acres +/- and 4,250 acres +/- of dry land farm ground, sub-irrigated meadows and pasture. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. All eleven center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with shallow levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. The wells and pivots have been annually serviced by Western Valley Irrigation and Dustin White Pump Service and are electric powered (PREMA) except for #31 circle, which is powered by a John Deere diesel generator. These irrigation wells are metered and have been conservatively used with a large unused future water reserve established with the Upper Niobrara – White Natural Resource District. This subject property has been well cared for and managed by the owner/operator (farmer-rancher) in cooperation with good tenant farmers and ranchers. The farm raises corn (220 bu/a in 2015), wheat (100-120 bu/a in most years), edible beans (40-50 bu/a most years), sugar beets with top yields, excellent dairy alfalfa for many years and excellent potatoes (cash rented) on all circles over the past 40 years. For the avid bird hunter the subject property is covered in pheasants during the winter months. PARCEL 5 - This parcel is comprised of 170 acres +/- with 128.6 irrigated acres (Pivot #31). This pivot is powered by a John Deere diesel generator. Its well permit is G-084418.
$1,601,650  •  909 acres
Offered in six separate parcels, Gardner Farms, Inc. was established in 1972 with three bank loans, and was put together one piece at a time like a puzzle. This one border fenced block of prime Box Butte County center-pivot irrigated farm and ranch land is located in the Snake Creek Valley eleven miles west of Alliance, Nebraska. Spanning 5,774 deeded acres +/-, the subject property is comprised of 1,523.9 irrigated acres +/- and 4,250 acres +/- of dry land farm ground, sub-irrigated meadows and pasture. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. All eleven center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with shallow levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. The wells and pivots have been annually serviced by Western Valley Irrigation and Dustin White Pump Service and are electric powered (PREMA) except for #31 circle, which is powered by a John Deere diesel generator. These irrigation wells are metered and have been conservatively used with a large unused future water reserve established with the Upper Niobrara – White Natural Resource District. This subject property has been well cared for and managed by the owner/operator (farmer-rancher) in cooperation with good tenant farmers and ranchers. The farm raises corn (220 bu/a in 2015), wheat (100-120 bu/a in most years), edible beans (40-50 bu/a most years), sugar beets with top yields, excellent dairy alfalfa for many years and excellent potatoes (cash rented) on all circles over the past 40 years. For the avid bird hunter the subject property is covered in pheasants during the winter months. Parcel Breakout PARCEL 1 - This parcel is 909 acres +/-, comprised of 243.6 irrigated acres (Pivots #19 & 20) with the balance being in grass. It also features good cattle feeding pens, very good cattle working facilities, calving barns, an excellent manager’s modular home and an additional older home. There are four 22,000 bu Behlen grain bins which were newly rewired in 2016. Well permits for the pivots are G-069412 (Pivot #19) and G-054679 (Pivot #20).
$1,500,000  •  198.5 acres
Located just 13 miles south of the resort town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado is the Lazy H 2 Ranch. Comprised of 198.5 deeded acres +/-, the Lazy H 2 features a nice blend of lush meadows and timbered hillsides providing excellent habitat for wildlife. There are a number of beautiful building sites throughout the ranch. The old ranch home and out buildings are tucked into a private draw and can’t be seen from County Road 41. Recently there has been a little over a mile and a quarter of new perimeter fence built. If you are looking for a high country ranch with great potential and is just a short drive from fine dining and world class skiing the Lazy H 2, might be the perfect fit for you. Call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104 to arrange a private tour.
$1,200,000  •  34.92 acres
Located between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado, 376 Deer Crossing Road offers a rare and distinct ownership opportunity in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, one of Wyoming’s beautiful mountain ranches. Developed with the vision to preserve the western lifestyle for future generations, the ranch encompasses 4,242 acres with fourteen 35 acre +/- “Homesteads”. The remaining 3,752 acres have been set aside as a private game preserve for all the owners to enjoy. The timber covered hillsides, lush bottoms and open prairie provide an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife that call the ranch home including Mule Deer, Antelope, Bear, Grouse, Beaver, Moose and large Elk herds. There are five stocked ponds on the property that are fed by Fish Creek, providing excellent fishing opportunities for Brook and Rainbow Trout. The subject property is located on Homestead 15 on the back of the ranch and enjoys the privacy being the last lot on Deer Crossing Road. An initial glance at the home and you will see a beautiful log home with outstanding views stretching into Colorado, but upon further inspection you will find much more. The home is actually a custom built, 2” X 6” construction with insulation and sheet rock and finished with on site milled logs custom matched to ensure a full log appearance without the complications of full log construction. Comprised of 3,696 ft2 this luxurious 3 bed, 4 bath home combines a rustic look with modern features giving it the best of both worlds. When you enter this impressive home there are a number of things that will catch your eye. Beginning with the well appointed kitchen and its ample storage capacity, providing a wonderful base as the heart of the home. It might be the massive wood burning moss rock fireplace with a gas starter and a Heatilator unit or it could be the unique freestanding spiral staircase leading to the open loft. Each bedroom is complimented by its own bathroom and the master bedroom en suite features a double sink, a Jacuzzi tub and a tiled walk-in shower. Capturing the outstanding views that can be enjoyed from almost anywhere in the home are premium Marvin windows. The home’s doors and cabinetry are custom built by local craftsmen with solid wood. Other features that may go unnoticed but will quickly be appreciated are programmable scene lighting for the interior and exterior, tankless hot water heater for an endless supply of hot water and a whole home generator that provides a seamless transition to maintain power during rare power outages. The covered deck allows for a peaceful place for one to relax and unwind from the pace of everyday life. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve enjoys year round access and is an easy 2 hour commute from Denver. Bordering the ranch to the south are thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest that the ranch has a private gate to access. Owners in the ranch benefit from having a full-time resident Ranch Manager who is responsible for maintaining the roads, caring for the community and owner’s horses, trail grooming, and security of the private residences as well as the commonly owned preserve. During the summer months, the ranch has horses available for the owners and guests to ride on the countless trails throughout the ranch. A private setting with expansive mountain vistas, stocked fishing ponds and abundant wildlife, have made the ranch one of the most relaxing and enjoyable ownership opportunities for the outdoorsman that you can find. By purchasing one of the homesteads in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, owners receive a 1/14 undivided ownership interest in the shared amenities on the ranch which include the ranch manager’s home, barn, equipment and acreage. To arrange a time to view this spectacular private retreat call James Land Company today!
$190,000  •  35 acres
Located between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado, Homestead 12 offers a rare and distinct ownership opportunity in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, one of Wyoming’s beautiful mountain ranches. Developed with the vision to preserve the western lifestyle for future generations, the ranch encompasses 4,242 acres with fourteen 35 acre “Homesteads”. The remaining 3,752 acres have been set aside as a private game preserve for all the owners to enjoy. The timber covered hillsides, lush bottoms and open prairie provide an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife that call the ranch home including Mule Deer, Antelope, Bear, Grouse, Beaver, Moose and large Elk herds. There are five stocked ponds on the property that are fed by Fish Creek, providing excellent fishing opportunities for Brook and Rainbow Trout. The subject property is situated at the top of one of the many drainages on the ranch, this building site enjoys a tremendous view down the pine covered drainage as it works its way to the grass covered prairie. Located along one of the main roads heading down to the fishing ponds, this property location only adds to its outstanding views. With utilities to the property, this permit ready recreational paradise is waiting for you to build your dream home. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve enjoys year round access and is an easy 2 hour commute from Denver. Bordering the ranch to the south are thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest that the ranch has a private gate to access. Owners in the ranch benefit from having a full-time resident Ranch Manager who is responsible for maintaining the ranch, caring for the horses, road maintenance, trail grooming, and security of the private residences as well as the commonly owned preserve. During the summer months, the ranch has horses available for the owners and guests to ride on the countless trails throughout the ranch. A private setting with expansive mountain vistas, stocked fishing ponds and abundant wildlife, have made the ranch one of the most relaxing and enjoyably ownership opportunities for the outdoorsman that you can find. By purchasing one of the homesteads in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, owners receive a 1/14 undivided ownership interest in the shared amenities on the ranch which include the ranch manager’s home, barn, equipment and acreage. To arrange a time to view this spectacular private retreat call James Land Company today!
$295,000  •  39.73 acres
Located just south of Saratoga, Wyoming is a rare opportunity to own 39.73 deeded acres +/- along Spring Creek. Featuring a setting that few properties in the Upper North Platte River Valley possess, the Spring Creek Acreage really must be seen to be appreciated. It enjoys nice hay meadows irrigated by a territorial water right dating back to 1889 and it has incredible views of the mountains to the east. Live water via Spring Creek runs through the property for approximately 700 feet and the Caldwell Slough runs along the north and part of the east boundaries. Willows line Spring Creek and there is a nice stand of Cottonwoods on the north end of the property providing good coverage for Whitetail and Mule deer. Power is very close to the property. Currently zoned RAM (Ranching, Agriculture and Mining) the subject property would make a nice horse property with the ability to raise enough hay to feed during the winter months. The valley is known for its outstanding fisheries and hunting for elk, deer and antelope. Saratoga is often regarded as one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets and features fine dining and the Old Baldy Club, a prestigious member only, championship level 18-hole course with blue ribbon fishing and superior accommodations. To arrange a time to view the Spring Creek Acreage call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$1,750,000  •  4,198 acres
Situated at the base of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range just five miles from Encampment and only 30 minutes south of historic Saratoga, Wyoming is the Jensen Ranch. Almost completely surrounded by the BLM, this scenic 4,198 acre mountain ranch is comprised of 440 deeded acres, 3,170 acres BLM lease and 588 acres state lease. The diverse habitat on the Jensen Ranch has made it a popular refuge for mule deer, elk, antelope and black bear. Nestled against an aspen grove on the north end of the property is a well appointed 3,518 square foot home with incredible views of the Snowy Range and Medicine Bow Peak making this ranch an exclusive private retreat for the outdoorsman. Easily accessed via the Blackhall Mountain Road, the Jensen Ranch spans over a mile of the West Fork of Cherokee Creek, a year round tributary providing ample water for wildlife. Rising from 7,900 ft. to 8,800 ft in elevation, the hillsides of this picturesque drainage are a nice mixture of open sagebrush, aspen groves and stands of mature spruce, fir and lodge pole pine. The combination of plentiful food, water and cover has allowed wildlife to thrive on the ranch. Historically the ranch has been used as summer pasture and has ran 110 head of cows for 3.5 months. The Jensen Ranch would qualify for landowner elk and deer tags and is in area 13 for elk, a general elk unit, allowing for additional license opportunities. It is not uncommon in the fall when the elk begin to rut to hear the echoing bugles of bulls vying for cows in the aspen behind the home. The Medicine Bow National Forest is just a mile south of the property and can be easily accessed via the county road or by a private well traveled road that follows the creek up from the home. For the avid anglers the world class waters of the North Platte and Encampment Rivers are a short drive away. The home was carefully positioned against an aspen grove to ensure privacy and capitalize on the incredible views this ranch has to offer. With the stunning views in mind, the home features vaulted ceilings, large picture windows, an open loft and a wrap around deck with a large gazebo. This beautifully built three bedroom, three bath home also enjoys a well appointed kitchen, large great room, dining room, family room, work room, attached two car garage and ample room for storage. The master bedroom features a fireplace, office, jetted tub and access to the wrap around deck. The fire place is built into a massive moss rock wall that stretches from the walk out basement to the vaulted ceilings. Given its location, size, topography and recreational attributes, the Jensen Ranch represents a unique ownership opportunity in one of the most tax friendly states in the nation. The ranch is just four hours from Denver and for private aircraft it is 30 minutes from Shively Field Airport in Saratoga, an 8,800’ X 100’ lighted runway. Saratoga is one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets and features fine dining and the Old Baldy Club, a prestigious member only, championship level 18-hole course with blue ribbon fishing and superior accommodations. To arrange a private tour of the Jensen Ranch call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$950,000  •  35 acres
Located between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado, 65 Antelope Springs Road offers a rare and distinct ownership opportunity in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, one of Wyoming’s beautiful mountain ranches. Developed with the vision to preserve the western lifestyle for future generations, the ranch encompasses 4,242 acres with fourteen 35 acre “Homesteads”. The remaining 3,752 acres have been set aside as a private game preserve for all the owners to enjoy. The timber covered hillsides, lush bottoms and open prairie provide an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife that call the ranch home including Mule Deer, Antelope, Bear, Grouse, Beaver, Moose and large Elk herds. There are five stocked ponds on the property that are fed by Fish Creek, providing excellent fishing opportunities for Brook and Rainbow Trout. The subject property is located on Homestead 8 on the southern end of the ranch and enjoys an uninterrupted view of Diamond Peak and numerous other mountains to the south in Colorado. Set along the top of a ridge that runs through the property, is a beautiful log home that is situated in a way to capture these breath taking views to the south as well as the rolling plains to the east. Comprised of approximately 5,235 ft2, this magnificent 12 inch, open beam log construction consists of 3,875 ft2 heated living area, 800 ft2 unheated storage area and an attached 2 car garage. Featuring vaulted ceilings, picture windows and a comfortable layout, this impressive home also enjoys end of the road privacy. The living area is made up of 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a large living room and dining room area, an office with a sitting area and a gourmet kitchen. The well appointed kitchen is highlighted by hand crafted black walnut counter tops, two sinks and a butler’s pantry. Each bedroom is complimented by its own bathroom and the master bedroom features its own fireplace and a double sink as well as his and her toilets. From the living room, one’s gaze goes back and forth between the picture windows looking at Diamond Peak and the massive rock fireplace. For those looking to enjoy time sitting outside watching the wildlife and taking in the views, there are multiple decks that are accessed from the living room, dining room, master bedroom, an upstairs bedroom and an upstairs sitting room. This impressive home is being offered furnished so that a buyer can begin to enjoy the property immediately. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve enjoys year round access and is an easy 2 hour commute from Denver. Bordering the ranch to the south are thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest that the ranch has a private gate to access. Owners in the ranch benefit from having a full-time resident Ranch Manager who is responsible for maintaining the ranch, caring for the horses, road maintenance, trail grooming, and security of the private residences as well as the commonly owned preserve. During the summer months, the ranch has horses available for the owners and guests to ride on the countless trails throughout the ranch. A private setting with expansive mountain vistas, stocked fishing ponds and abundant wildlife, have made the ranch one of the most relaxing and enjoyably ownership opportunities for the outdoorsman that you can find. By purchasing one of the homesteads in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, owners receive a 1/14 undivided ownership interest in the shared amenities on the ranch which include the ranch manager’s home, barn, equipment and acreage. In addition to this offering, Homestead 7, which is just down the ridge and almost abuts this property, is also available for purchase. To arrange a time to view this spectacular private retreat call James Land Company today!
$200,000  •  35 acres
Located in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, Homestead 7 offers a unique ownership opportunity in one of Wyomings beautiful mountain ranches. Situated in southern Wyoming just across the Colorado border, this luxury ranch is approximately 20 minutes south of Laramie and 45 minutes northwest of Fort Collins. The ranch encompasses 4,242 acres +/- of which there are 14 homes sites averaging 35 acres apiece and the remaining 3,752 community acres set aside for a private game preserve. In addition to the ten homes built in this private community, a variety of wildlife have called this pristine property home including Mule Deer, Antelope, Bear, Grouse, Beaver, Moose and large Elk herds. In the five stocked ponds on the property that are fed by Fish Creek, there are excellent fishing opportunities for Brook and Rainbow Trout. Purchasing one of the homesteads in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve not only gives you 35 acres of highly desirable recreation ground, you also receive a 1/14 undivided ownership interest in the community portion of the ranch which includes the ranch managers home, barn, equipment and acreage. Homestead 7 is located on the southern end of the ranch and enjoys great views to the east overlooking the rolling grass covered plains. A ridge begins to rise through property and is covered in a nice mix of grass, sage, wild flowers and timber. With utilities to the property, this permit ready recreational paradise is waiting for you to build your dream home. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve has year round access and is an easy 2 hour commute from Denver. Bordering the ranch to the south are thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest. The 3,752 acres of shared property, stocked fishing ponds, abundant wildlife, hiking and riding trails have made the ranch one of the most relaxing and enjoyably ownership opportunities for the outdoorsman that you can find. During the summer months, the ranch has horses available for the owners and guests to ride on the countless trails throughout the shared acreage. A full-time resident Ranch Manager is responsible for maintaining the ranch, caring for the horses, road maintenance, trail grooming, and security of the private residences as well as the commonly owned preserve. To arrange a time to view this spectacular private retreat call James Land Company today!
James Land Company

Creed James
PO Box 1167
Saratoga, WY 82331

Mobile: 307-399-7973
Office: 307-326-3104