Wyoming is calling! Beautiful 37.42 acres with a creek and power! Middle Sybille Creek flows through this property which is 45 miles northeast of Laramie and 32 miles southwest of Wheatland (pop 3500) in the Laramie Mountains. There are a few acres that historically were irrigated by the creek. The north end is rugged and steep, but gives some great elevated building sites with great views of the Laramie Mountains in every direction. Only a few scattered pine and juniper trees, but the ruggedness provides lots of seclusion. 3.5 miles off of state highway 34, about 1 mile off the county maintained road. This area has lots of wildlife including elk, mule deer, whitetails, antelope and turkeys, as well as bighorn sheep and upland game birds. Denver is 200 miles to the south; folks do live here year-round, some have retired here and others use the area for a cabin get away far from the city lights. Mild Covenants. Call for more details.
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