The property consists of 6,787 flat to rolling acres that are well sodded throughout the entire property, making the utilization and access of the whole property very easy. Absent of any expensive improvements, this ranch is a very well priced parcel capable of appreciating for years to come with a little direction and investment into the cattle infrastructure.
- Average annual precipitation: 10 inches
- Average January temperature: High: 32°, Low: 10°
- Average July temperature: High: 80°, Low: 42°
- Days of Sunshine per year: 300+
The ranch is conveniently located in Laramie, Wyoming. The historic downtown area of Laramie remains much as it was in the late 1800s, however the University of Wyoming brings with it a lively atmosphere including upscale shopping, dining and entertainment, giving it a modern advantage. Nestled in a valley between the Laramie Range and the Snowy Range, this area of Wyoming is a popular destination for a wide variety of outdoor enthusiasts. The surrounding Medicine Bow and Roosevelt National Forests offer four seasons of outdoor activities, and the granite formations at Wyoming’s Vedauwoo State Park are celebrated by rock climbers around the world. Fly fishermen and rafters are also attracted to the area because of the Laramie River which is known as an excellent brown trout fishery. The Laramie River runs through the town toward its confluence with the North Platte River east of the Laramie Range. Laramie is the County seat for Albany County, and offers all services including grocery stores, restaurants, hotels, regional airport, banks, hospital, veterinary services, farm equipment dealers and feed stores.