$850,000   •   6 Acres
5 br / 3 ba /

Introducing "Wedding of the Waters" – an exquisite hilltop residence perched above the renowned fishing spot that lends its name to this idyllic locale. Built in 1985 and meticulously updated, this 5268 square foot sanctuary offers a harmonious blend of modern luxury and breathtaking natural surroundings. LandNestled in Thermopolis, Wyoming, “Wedding of the Waters” offers stunning vistas of the Big Horn River as it meanders out of Wind River Canyon. Surrounded by picturesque foothills, the property’s 6 acres of backyard exudes a unique charm with its desert redrock ambiance, accented by sagebrush and red dirt. ImprovementsThis 5268 sq ft sanctuary, built in 1985, features a renovated kitchen, ensuite bedrooms, and a lower level with a home theater. Enjoy the outdoors on expansive decks. Recent updates include new windows (2016) and a new roof (2019). Plumbing is capped for a wet bar in the basement, and on-demand water heater ensures efficiency. Two garages, totaling 1776 sq ft, provide ample storage.   RecreationIn Thermopolis, outdoor enthusiasts can indulge in activities like hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing in the stunning Wind River Canyon and Hot Springs State Park. The area’s renowned hot springs offer relaxation and rejuvenation, while water sports enthusiasts can enjoy kayaking and fly fishing on the Big Horn River. History buffs will appreciate attractions like the Wyoming Dinosaur Center and the Hot Springs County Museum, offering insights into the region’s rich cultural heritage. AgricultureN/A Region & ClimateThermopolis typically experiences a semi-arid climate with hot summers and cold winters. Summers are warm with average highs reaching the 80s°F (around 27-32°C), while winters are cold with average lows dropping below freezing. Precipitation is relatively low throughout the year, with occasional snowfall in the winter months. Overall, Thermopolis enjoys sunny weather and clear skies for much of the year, making it an ideal destination for outdoor activities. HistoryThermopolis, Wyoming, has a rich history dating back thousands of years. The area was originally inhabited by various Native American tribes, including the Shoshone and Arapaho peoples, who were drawn to the region’s abundant hot springs for their medicinal and spiritual significance. In the late 19th century, the arrival of European settlers led to the establishment of Thermopolis as a town. The name “Thermopolis” is derived from the Greek words “therme” and “polis,” meaning “hot city,” reflecting the town’s hot springs. In 1896, the town became the county seat of Hot Springs County, which was named after the natural hot springs in the area. Throughout the early 20th century, Thermopolis thrived as a tourist destination, attracting visitors seeking the healing powers of its mineral-rich waters. Today, Thermopolis continues to be celebrated for its hot springs and outdoor recreational opportunities. The town’s rich history is preserved in attractions such as the Wyoming Dinosaur Center and the Hot Springs County Museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the area’s past. With its unique geological features and vibrant community spirit, Thermopolis remains a beloved destination for travelers seeking adventure, relaxation, and a connection to Wyoming’s storied past. LocationHot Springs County–Thermopolis Municipal Airport is a general aviation airport located 10 miles northwest of Thermopolis, Wyoming. While it primarily serves general aviation purposes, it offers some services for private and charter flights. For commercial flights, travelers typically utilize Riverton Regional Airport, located approximately 40 minutes away by car, which provides connections to major hubs like Denver International Airport.


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