$1,100,000   •   253.3 Acres
4 br / 3 ba /

The Stone Cabin Ranch sits just north of the small historic town of Fort Laramie, in Goshen County, where the Laramie and North Platte Rivers converge in Southeast Wyoming. The area is rich in history, with the Fort playing a key and vital role in the United States western expansion. Native Americans, trappers, traders, missionaries, emigrants, soldiers, miners and ranchers all left their mark on the famous history of the American West!LandThe Ranch has good grass on gentle and rolling hills with tight fences and ample water from 3 wells and 2 stock tanks that make for big fat cows! Six lots make up the total of 253 acres that are divided into north and south pastures. The Ranch also borders a State of Wyoming section and a 40-acre BLM piece. ImprovementsThe Stone Cabin is a cozy 840 sq ft and has 1BR & 1BA with a wood pellet stove and eat in kitchen that provides for comfortable gatherings. The bunkhouse is great for kids or guests with 2 sleeping bunks and a warm propane gas stove. The detached “Garage Ma Hall” is a great place to hang out and tell stories! The garage is heated by another wood pellet stove and has convenient murphy style bunk beds! The main house is a well-kept newer 1232 sq ft modular home with 2BR, 2BA, and a detached 2 car metal sided garage. For Ranch projects and equipment storage, there is a nice 36×50 insulated pole barn shop with two 12′ overhead bay doors and a 10×36 storage loft. RecreationIn addition to the recreational opportunities at the Ranch, it is also well located to the Laramie and North Platte Rivers and the reservoir at Guernsey State Park! Just a bit further down the road is the reservoir at Glendo State Park, both offering excellent boating, fishing, hiking and biking as well as host of other outdoor adventures! HistoryFort Laramie was originally established as a fur trading post in 1834 and evolved into the largest and best-known military post on the Northern Plains! The Fort witnessed the entire saga of western expansion thru the homesteaders and their establishment and use of the Oregon, Mormon and California Trails and the Native American resistance to the encroachment into their territories. LocationThe Ranch is about an hour and a half to the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne and about the same to the state’s regional hub in Casper, and the University of Wyoming in Laramie. All cities offer convenient air travel and their own respective amenities. The hustle and bustle of the Colorado Front Range, and all it has to offer is just a couple of hours to the south. The Stone Cabin Ranch is an opportunity to have a piece of the vanishing last frontier in the Great State of Wyoming!


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Matt Munford
Matt Munford

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