Located just 5 miles from historic Shell, Wyoming at the base of the majestic Big Horn Mountains you’ll find the Beaver Creek Ranch. This ranch is comprised of 645 deeded acres with approximately 174 irrigated acres with the rest quality rangeland with development potential. The hay meadows are seeded in grass and alfalfa and watered primarily by 3 pivot sprinklers (TL & Valley brand names with 5-6-7 towers) and a wheel line. The ranch improvements include a 2896 square foot 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom log home all on one level with a beautiful rock fireplace as the centerpiece. Other rooms include a spacious kitchen, living room with a wood stove, family room, large utility room/storage room and a large hobby room. In addition, you’ll certainly appreciate the newly upgraded master bedroom and bathroom as well as other plumbing and electrical enhancements. The home is positioned on the property to maximize the views of the mountains while enjoying the mature cottonwood trees, end of the road privacy and the meandering Beaver Creek. Other improvements include a 4000 square foot shop with 220-volt electricity, a modest 1920 cabin, horse tack room, several out buildings and loafing sheds for livestock to get out of the weather. As an additional bonus, this ranch includes a small adjacent BLM lease named the West Beaver Allotment #01529 with 10-11 AUM’s on a spring/fall/rest rotation. Good water, productive soils, and excellent wildlife habitat for many species of small and large game animals and upland birds. This ranch is located in the Big Horn Basin which is surrounded by spectacular mountain ranges including the Big Horn Mountains, Wind River Mountains and Absaroka Mountains near Cody, Wyoming- a gateway town to Yellowstone National Park. Recreational possibilities are endless for outdoor enthusiasts, ice climbers, skiers and hunters. Schedule a showing today! This area has numerous fossil dig sites from the era of the dinosaurs. Some of these sites contain extensively documented fossil-bearing deposits that date from 550 million years ago (Cambrian Period) to the present. These include world famous outcrops that contain dinosaur bones and track sites, ancient marine reptiles, and primitive mammal fossils. These deposits are located on privately held land as well as on public land, both state and federal.