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$19,900,000  •  13,371 acres
Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities Excellent year-round cattle ranch Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch is composed of over 13,000 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy. The twenty square miles of the ranch are configured almost fully in a single block positioned squarely between the outskirts of Cheyenne and the recreational magnets of Curt Gowdy State Park and the famous Vedauwoo Rocks climbing area. Simply put, as a beautifully situated, turn key cattle ranch with fabulous access and development potential, Happy Jack Ranch has few peers. When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as “the finest ranch in Laramie County,” a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch inherits. With four small creeks on the ranch, and several developed springs and wells, the ranch remains productive even in dry years, and in wet years is a verdant paradise. In addition to the natural grasslands, 400 acres are flood irrigated hay meadows. Fully cross-fenced into 30 separate rolling pastures and meadows, Happy Jack Ranch is ideally set up for rotational grazing. Presently it supports 400 AUMs per year, and is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. The ranch headquarters contains the owner’s home, a large barn, shop, calving barn and other buildings. Two additional corrals and loading chutes are located in the more remote sections of the property. As a largely unbroken tract of land about 9 miles by 4 miles, Happy Jack Ranch is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size, turn key cattle ranch amenities, and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch. If your vision includes running several hundred head of cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$14,750,000  •  9,830 acres
– Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities – Excellent year-round cattle ranch – Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round – Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as the finest ranch in Laramie County, a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch – East inherits. With four small creeks on the ranch, and several developed springs and wells, the ranch remains productive even in dry years, and in wet years is a verdant paradise. In addition to the natural grasslands, 400 acres are flood irrigated hay meadows. Fully fenced and cross-fenced, Happy Jack Ranch – East is ideally set up for rotational grazing. Presently, it is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. The ranch headquarters contains the owner’s home, a large barn, shop, calving barn and other buildings. Two additional corrals and loading chutes are located in the more remote sections of the property. As a large unbroken tract of land, Happy Jack Ranch – East is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch – East. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northwestern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size, turn key cattle ranch amenities, and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch – East. If your vision includes running several hundred head of cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch – East. Happy Jack Ranch is being currently being offered in three configurations. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$5,310,000  •  3,540 acres
– Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities – Excellent year-round cattle ranch – Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round – Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch – West is composed of approximately 3,540 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy. The ranch is easily accessible off HWY 210 and a well-maintained county road and located squarely between the outskirts of Cheyenne and the recreational magnets of Curt Gowdy State Park and the famous Vedauwoo Rocks climbing area. Simply put, as a beautifully situated cattle ranch with fabulous access and development potential, Happy Jack Ranch – West has few peers. When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as the finest ranch in Laramie County, a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch – West inherits. Fully fenced and cross-fenced, Happy Jack Ranch – West is ideally set up for rotational grazing, and is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. Happy Jack Ranch – West is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch – West. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch – West. If your vision includes running cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch – West. Happy Jack Ranch is being currently being offered in three configurations. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$1,950,000  •  204.34 acres
Discover your Wyoming haven, where luxury meets the rugged beauty of nature. This property features a stunning A-frame house with floor-to-ceiling windows, perfectly framing the captivating Wyoming landscape. Inside, a three-bedroom, three-bath home with a spacious three-car garage seamlessly blends lavish comforts with the breathtaking surroundings. The house boasts 3,627 square feet of meticulously crafted living space, while the unfinished basement offers an additional 1,353 square feet, ready for your personal touch. Enjoy the modern indulgence of in-floor radiant heating, an imported soapstone wood stove, a coveted main-floor primary suite, a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, a delightful sunroom, and a convenient dog wash area. Amidst the sprawling 204.34 acres± of open land, substantial landscaping enhances the property's allure. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the A-frame house accentuate the stunning vistas, while a flagstone patio, extensive rock landscaping, and native wildflowers create an inviting outdoor space. A huge, beautiful deck offers the perfect vantage point to soak in the surrounding natural beauty. Step inside to discover further delights — an office for productivity, an interior mezzanine with library, and a flexible space boasting two bunk-style twin beds. This flexible area offers versatile options; it can serve as a gym, a second office, or an additional bedroom, adapting to suit your needs. The property also boasts a substantial 36x72 pole barn, offering luxurious amenities catering to both owner and animals. It features a covered loading and unloading area, horse box stalls with exterior pipe runs, a Ritchie automatic waterer, a heated workshop with a 3/4 bath, ample hay storage, a well-organized tack room, and heated dog kennels boasting interior and exterior runs. An additional pasture hosts a 12x36 loafing shed, enhancing the property's versatility. The southern part of this property invites exploration with numerous wildlife trails frequented by deer, antelope, the occasional bear, and mountain lions. Embrace the varied topography, featuring many draws that perfectly lend themselves to various shooting sports. Amidst the thoughtful landscaping, a firepit and waterfall features, easily activated with the flick of a switch, offer an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. This luxury mountain property provides an exquisite home and an extraordinary retreat, offering the perfect blend of comfort and the untamed beauty of Wyoming.!
$350,000  •  12.51 acres
A rare opportunity, halfway between Cheyenne and Laramie Wyoming! Two lots being offered together, directly next door to Curt Gowdy State Park, in the private gated community of Mountain Meadows!
$825,000  •  3.16 acres
Under Contract
Luxurious living in the picturesque hills of Pine Bluffs. This stunning 11,247 square foot, all-brick home is the perfect mix of elegance and functionality for a family of any size. The open floor plan and tremendous outdoor living spaces make this home the ideal entertainment space for all family and holiday gatherings. Enjoy your morning on coffee on the 16x90 east-facing deck that extends nearly the full length of the home and looks over the pine-covered hills. The basement is partially finished and has a safe room, covered patio, and a full finished bath. This home also features a large attached RV garage that measures 15’ x 35’ with a 12’ door. New carpet, paint and upgrades throughout top off the premium finishes of the home.
$1,290,000  •  1.5 acres
The Wildhorse Trail Estate presents an excellent opportunity to have an impressive custom-built home in the Legendary "Old West" Town of Cheyenne, Wyoming! Sitting on 1.5 acres in exclusive Mustang Ridge, the Estate is conveniently located minutes to schools, shopping, hiking and biking trails, athletic fields and even an archery range! The Estate is a Legacy Property that complements the Wyoming lifestyle in the "Magic City of the Plains"!
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