Nestled in the foothills of the Laramie Range Mountains, just minutes from Douglas, Wyoming, you will find this charming home on 39-acres, complete with a barn and shop. The home features a functional floor plan with 3 bedrooms and one bathroom, an open kitchen, lots of natural light, plenty of views, and decent water features. Land At 5,000 ft elevation this property consists of 39- acres. Six Mile Creek runs through part of the acreage and a decent area of pond is on the property. Ground is fully-fenced, with a couple of turn-out pens. Improvements On the main level you’ll find a large kitchen, dining area, living room, bedroom and full bathroom, a large mudroom, and the front porch for enjoying the open spaces. The upper floor has two finished bedrooms and unfinished space where another living area could be finished, and another bathroom. The 800 sq ft addition offers the option of added living space, a business front, or AirBNB potential. This large home with a built-in business opportunity, 2,400 sq ft barn, 1,800 sq ft shop, and plenty of nearby recreation, make this property one-of-a-kind! Region & Climate In Douglas, the summers are warm, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, snowy, windy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 15°F to 87°F and is rarely below -3°F or above 95°F. History Rich in history, Douglas lies along a number of historic trails, including the Oregon and Bozeman Trails. The Old Overland Trail lies within sight of the town and one of the frontier posts, Fort Fetterman, was situtated only eight miles away. The early history of the region is filled with Native American heritage and culture, cattleman versus homesteader conflicts, and political struggles. Location Converse County is a veritable hunter’s dream, with its 4,000 spacious acres, teeming with wild game of every variety. From elk to mule deer to antelope, the sage-brush prairies and nearby Laramie Range peaks offer unparalleled access to the West’s big game. Hunters can also set their cross hairs on big horn sheep, bear, and mountain lion when in season.