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Do you want a perfect spot to build your dream rural cabin? Or perhaps own a dream recreational getaway? This 51.81-acre property is perfect for you! This property has gorgeous views of the Laramie Mountains and is surrounded by millions of acres of BLM and national forest land, making this a wonderful recreational tract and destination property! Plus this property is unrestricted so you can do whatever you want on this property without government interference. If you are an avid Angler this property is just within spitting distance of Wheatland Reservoirs number 2 and 3, claimed to be some of the best fishing spots in Wyoming. In these reservoirs, you will find Channel Catfish, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, and Yellow Perch. For the avid hunter, this area of Wyoming is one of the most sought-after in the country and if you get lucky enough to pull tags you will be in for a treat. Specifically located in Elk area 7 you will be able to find Elk, Mule Deer, Mountain Lion, Antelope, and Black Bear in this hunting zone, may the odds be ever in your favor to pull a tag in this special hunting area. That's not all! This property also has road access on the north boundary with power lines running along that road known as Fetterman Road. Now if you're thinking, "where can I purchase my daily essentials?" Well, you don't have to worry about that since this property is about an hour away from Laramie. Some of the amenities that Laramie has to provide include Big Box stores like Walmart, Safeway, Albertsons, Ace Hardware, and many others. They sport big-name fast-food joints, such as McDonald's, Wendy’s, and Arby’s in addition to other chain and local restaurants. They also have a hospital, bars, auto repair stores, and many other small businesses at your fingertips.
The history of Wyoming has some very interesting wild west tales. You have probably read about these tales in the history books and many probably had some origin in the historic county of Albany. Home to Laramie, this area was a pivotal point in the frontier as settlers crossed the unknown wide open plains that lay beyond the Mississippi River. Home to the Overland Trail for many years, eventually the Union Pacific Railroad set up a stop in Laramie in 1867 giving new settlers much-needed relief from the wagoneering that was commonplace before trains. What is probably least known about the great state of Wyoming is that they enfranchised women in the year 1870, 20 years before the official establishment of the state of Wyoming. This area has many other attributes that make this a historically significant area, making this any history buff’s dream destination for investment.
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20 Minutes to Rock River (More Info)
31 Minutes Medicine Bow (More Info)
1 Hour to Laramie (More Info)
21 Minutes to Holiday Park (More Info)
1 Hour to University of Wyoming Art Museum (More Info)
1 Hour to Geological Museum (More Info)
1 Hour to Laramie Railroad Depot (More Info)
1 Hour to Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site (More Info)
1 Hour to Laramie Plains Museum (More Info)
1 Hour and 9 Minutes to Abraham Lincoln Memorial Monument (More Info)
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