Legacy Ranches and Fine Sporting Properties

Bull Mountain Ranch

Laramie, Wyoming (Albany County)
$3,200,000Sold
7,635 +/- Total

Now offered individually, the headquarters of the 7,635 total acre Bull Mountain Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. The Wyoming ranch includes approximately 7 miles of mountain streams and shares over 11 miles of border with thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest, BLM and State Trust Land.

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Now offered individually, the headquarters of Bull Mountain Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. Straddling the Colorado-Wyoming border approximately 30 miles south of Laramie, Wyoming and 75 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado, the ranch is home to numerous game species including elk, mule deer, pronghorn, black bear, moose, mountain lion and turkey. Situated at the base of Bull Mountain overlooking the Laramie Plains, the ranch includes approximately 7 miles of mountain streams and shares over 11 miles of border with thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest, BLM and State Trust Land.

With the elevation ranging from 7,500’ – 8,840’ above sea level, the terrain and vegetation on the ranch varies from Aspen and pine covered mountainsides of Wyoming to the open irrigated meadows and pastures. Consisting of approximately 3,430 +/- deeded acres, 3,385 +/- acres of BLM, 640 +/- acres of State Trust Land, and 180 +/- acres of private leased land, the ranch controls 7,635 +/- acres. A comfortable owner’s residence, caretakers’ home/bunkhouse, a large riding arena, several barns, shop buildings, corrals and numerous other hay lofts and storage structures complete the ranch.

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