Peaceful living in abundance on this incredible classic Wyoming home place totaling 200 deeded acres. Everything you need to live comfortably located within the best of Wyoming’s wide-open spaces. Beautiful, updated, 5 bedroom 3.5 bath 3672 sq foot home with main level living surrounded by mature trees, horse facilities, corrals, historic barn, hangar, runway, arena and large heated shop. Sunny Slope Home Place is the complete package. Land Located approximately 22 miles east of Gillette, Wyoming the home place consists of 200 +/- deeded acres. The average elevation in this area is about 4400 feet consisting of high plains with gently rolling hills. The topography on the property holds native grasses and seasonal reservoirs that provide good feed, additional water and cover for livestock and wildlife alike. There are many mature trees, including pear and apple, a garden with greenhouse and elevated garden beds surrounding the home with a water drip system that provides irrigation to the entire area. Improvements The 3672 sq foot home on this property has been beautifully updated with Kitchen Aid appliances, hardwood hickory flooring and cherrywood cabinetry with quartz countertops. The main level with three, well appointed bedrooms, two and half bathrooms, an office(or 4th bedroom), open concept living and dining area, large kitchen and attached two car garage. The primary bedroom has it’s own double sided fireplace that also offers it’s cozy light to the en suite bath area, Truly a place that offers hospitality in it’s design, the lower level of the home has a large family room that exudes western flair. A large bedroom and bath on this level offer a place for guests to stay with walk out access to the lush backyard and gardens. Large storage rooms and an additional laundry hookup complete the basement area. Other improvements on the home place include a historic barn with attached corrals and load out. The barn offers open stall areas, a large loft area, tack room and a hangar spot to park your plane. Adjacent to the corrals is a six place turnout pen with attached run in sheds and automatic waterers. Each of these pens have large gates on the ends for ease of use and cleaning out with a skid steer or tractor. The 4000 sq foot, heated and insulated shop offers endless possibilities for work that could be done here on the property. The property is entirely fenced with a well maintained roping arena, 2500 foot grass runway, two grain storage bins, a historic homestead building used for storage and an additional home site that offers a new septic area and all the hookups in place. Recreation The hunting in this area is suitable for pronghorn antelope, the occasional whitetail deer, mule deer and some upland birds, including sage grouse. Nearby Keyhole Reservoir offers excellent opportunities for walleye, crappie, catfish, pike, and bass. Agriculture The property has twenty acres of meadow that has been previously used for hay. The remaining land has been used for pasture for cattle and horses. The pastureland grass is native with very little sage brush. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All water rights appurtenant to the land will pass to the buyer. There are no mineral rights transferring with the land. General Operations Over the years, the property has been used as an integral part of running a cattle ranch. It was instrumental for a good summer pasture grazing, the facilities to calve heifers and the working corrals with load out to separate and haul. Horse facilities have offered a great place to breed, raise and train some really nice ranch and rodeo horses throughout the history of the property. With the large shop, located on site, you have abundant options for different businesses or just a completion of your personal home place. Region & Climate This area is known for short summers, with the occasional rain shower in the afternoon. Gillette is a dry climate. Winters are wet and cold, making them perfect for snow-filled activities. This property is only 30 minutes of Keyhole Reservoir. A hidden Gem perfect for swimming, hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and much more. History The history of Northeastern Wyoming is rich with Native Americans, Cowboys, Ranchers, Homesteaders, Oilmen and Railroad moguls. Gillette, Wyoming, became a town in 1892 as a temporary base camp for the Burlington and Missouri Railroad. The Lincoln Land and Livestock Company planned the town and sold the lots. The town was a success, with ranchers, cowboys, and homesteaders trying to make a life in the countryside surrounding the town. Cattlemen drove their herds through the historic town for sale and transportation to markets back east. Until the 1970’s, Campbell County was primarily agricultural. The County experienced a large growth from homesteading during and after World War I. Coal has been important in the Powder River region since prior to the coming of Europeans. Natural outcropping occurs in the area which was utilized by Indians. In the 1970’s, the coal industry expanded, as a result of the need for Wyoming’s low sulphur coal, to the point that Campbell County now provides in excess of one-fifth of all coal mined in the United States. Additionally, the area is now involved with the production of coalbed methane gas and oil. Gillette is known as the energy capital of the nation because of it’s coal and oil. It also boasts some world class rodeo cowboys today and throughout it’s history. A thriving community with great schools, excellent business opportunities and strong community support. Location This property has access to a well maintained county road that meets up to Highway 14-16 or I-90. Located approx 5 miles from the small town of Rozet, WY which offers a post office, school and a couple local businesses. You can travel west 22 miles to Gillette or east 15 miles to Moorcroft. Each town offers restaurants, grocery, fuel, schools, shopping and more. You have your very own airstrip or you can access or NE Wy Regional Airport (Gillette) – 30 miles Rapid City Regional -138 miles The area is surrounded by the Big Horn Mountains, Thunder Basin Natl. Grasslands, The Black Hills, Devil’s Tower Natl Park, abundant state and federal lands accessible to the public. All of these are less than 1.5 hr drive, some are even closer.