You’re a hard-working American whose had a taste of success, and now you’re thinking about building your dream home—whether it’s the place you plan to spend your golden years, or a second home to get away from time-to-time, ranch property in Wyoming could provide the ideal location.
There are plenty of good reasons to own Wyoming ranch property, from its affordability to the state’s tax-friendliness, not to mention the natural beauty. And if you’ve ever dreamed of constructing the perfect home for you and your family, a lot at Wild Horse Ranch is worth a look.
The state of Wyoming is our country’s least-populated state, so it should come as no surprise that there is a lot of land available. There are some features that make lots at Wild Horse Ranch special.
You’ve heard it plenty of times. When considering investing in land, in Wyoming or anywhere else, the most important factor is location. For the right people—those who love the outdoors but want access to all the amenities of a city—this spot is just about perfect. It’s just a 15-minute drive to Laramie, a town with a population of about 30,000. And while that isn’t what most would call a booming metropolis, it is home to the University of Wyoming and as such, it has everything you’d expect in a town many times its size.
You’ll find plenty of entertainment options, like Wyoming Cowboys football, the annual Laramie Jubilee Days celebration, and Laramie Brewfest; plus several bars and eateries offering dancing and live music, great places to shop, and a lot more.
Of course, Laramie also has all the necessities you’d expect including a hospital, hardware stores and lumber yards, groceries, and plenty of great places to eat.
If your preferred form of recreation involves being out in nature, you’ll never be bored at Wild Horse Ranch. Fishing, hunting, hiking and lots more are available right outside your door. And the Medicine Bow National Forest is only about an hour’s drive away.
While the state of Wyoming has a lot of remote land, each lot at Wild Horse Ranch is easily accessible by roads within the property, with the required easements to guarantee that you’ll always have legal access.
For most people interested in owning ranch land in Wyoming, the positives far outweigh the negatives. Nonetheless, there are a couple things to consider. Most importantly, water—water rights are owned by the state, but come with the land; however, you will likely need to drill your own well. Alternatively, you might arrange with a neighboring lot owner to share the cost of a well. Electricity is currently available for some of our parcels and we anticipate expansion to all lots. For now, though, you may need to consider alternative power such as solar or wind.