40 Acres with Road Access, Electricity, Rock Formations & Mountain Views bordering over 30,000 Acres of contiguous BLM land.
Financing is Available for the Property with a Down Payment of as little as 25% ($37,500) and Monthly Payments as low as $1,035. The $499 Deposit to secure this property is credited towards your down payment leaving only $37,001 due at Closing. There are NO Additional Closing Fees. There is NO Pre-Payment Penalty, so you may pay it off at any time. You do not have to wait till the property is paid off to start enjoying it. You may start enjoying the property upon completion of the paperwork and receipt of your down payment.
The property has road access at the Southeastern corner of the property on Pedro Mountain Ranch Road.
Kortes Road is 2.3 miles from the property to the Northeast. From there Kortes Road leads up to Highway 220 which then takes you directly to Alcova and Casper to the Northeast.
This parcel is surrounded by over 1 Million Acres of Public Land that includes Pyramid Peak and Heaths Peak.
Southern Wyoming's Carbon County is rich in wildlife. This property falls in the regions designated for the hunting of Antelope, Elk, Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Mountain Lion, Pheasant, Sage Grouse and Wild Turkey.
The property is close to world-class fishing, water sports and outdoor recreation activities at the nearby Seminoe State Park, Seminoe Reservoir, North Platte River, Miracle Mile, Pathfinder Reservoir and Alcova Reservoir.
The Pathfinder Reservoir is 5 miles from the property. Pathfinder is a 22,012-Acre lake known for its massive size and colossal walleye, trout and carp. Pathfinder hosts numerous professional walleye tournaments during the summer months and one of Wyoming's largest ice fishing derbies - the Hawg Ice Fishing Derby - during the winter.
Alcova Reservoir is another short 34 minute drive from the property. Alcova Reservoir hosts a variety of water recreation activities from water skiing and sailboating, to fishing for walleye and trout.
Seminoe State Park is surrounded by giant dunes of white sand, acres of sagebrush, thousands of pronghorn antelope and sage grouse, all under the bluest of Wyoming skies. Located 34 miles northeast of Rawlins, Seminoe State Park features the moon-like Seminoe Mountains and the Seminoe Reservoir, The reservoir is home to both trout and walleye. The park provides facilities for anglers, boaters, picnickers, campers and hikers. Seminoe has 180 miles of shoreline and is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Wyoming and the largest of the Wyoming State Parks system.
The world-famous Miracle Mile is actually a 5.5-Mile stretch of the North Platte River fed by Seminoe Reservoir. It is an extremely fertile tailwater that offers anglers a chance to catch enormous trophy trout, and with approximately 4,000 fish per mile, you'll have plenty of opportunities to catch the fish of a lifetime. This area is boatable but much more effective for wade-fishing.
There are several land owners nearby that have cabins, homes and ranches. Some of these land owners live here full-time, while others live here seasonally.
You can have up to 4 residential structures on this property. You can also use alternative buildings like tiny home, shipping container homes, barndominiums, earthships, straw bale, geodesic domes, mobile homes, manufactured homes, etc.
There are light covenants to protect the beauty of the area.
Excerpts from the covenants read:
"All lands described shall be used. solely for the construction and occupancy of single family dwellings, and no more than four residential units shall be constructed, erected and maintained on each forty (40) acres. Each residence may be accompanied by no more than two outbuildings used for the maintenance, storage and housing of vehicles, equipment and animals.
Trailers, mobile or modular homes and like residential structures must be built and maintained upon a permanent concrete, brick or cinder block foundation with approved roof. Temporary buildings may be constructed and occupied on the premises for not more than 180 consecutive days during the period of construction of acceptable permanent residence.
Trailers, mobile or modular homes, in addition to requirements for acceptability as herein stated, shall be skirted and tied down in a workmanlike and satisfactory manner. One camper mobile home or like recreational vehicle may accompany each permanent residence so long as the same is not parked on any public road and said vehicle is not upon the premises more than thirty (30) consecutive days."
The Wyoming State Engineer's Office has a water well permit search tool that shows water wells drilled on nearby properties where the water depth ranged from 8 feet to 45 feet.
Parcel Size: 40 Acres M/L
Landio Property ID Number: Wy_Carbon_00042
General Elevation: 6,720 - 7,140 feet
Legal Description: Sw1/4Se1/4 Sec 21 T 28 R 83
Property Taxes: $155.61
Title: Free & Clear
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
25 minutes to Alcova, WY : Population 75
25 minutes to the Pathfinder Reservoir
29 minutes to North Platte River's Miracle Mile
34 minutes to Alcova Reservoir
1 hour 17 minutes to Casper Mountain
1 hour to Casper, WY : Population 60,000
1 hour 41 minutes to Rawlins, WY : Population 10,000
2 hours 16 minutes to Seminoe Resevoir
2 hours 21 minutes to Bow River Campground
2 hours 34 minutes to Laramie, WY : Population 30,800
2 hours 50 minutes to Medicine Bow National Forest Visitors Center
3 hours 23 minutes to Cheyenne, WY : Population 91,700
3 hours 40 minutes to Fort Collins, CO : Population 152,000
4 hours 25 minutes to Grand Teton National Park
4 hours 43 minutes to Denver, CO : Population 650,000
5 hours 37 minutes to Yellowstone National Park
Northwest Corner: 42.37816, -106.775099
Northeast Corner: 42.378106, -106.77033
Southeast Corner: 42.374477, -106.77039
Southwest Corner: 42.374527, -106.775168
Center Point: 42.376336, -106.772903
Call or Text Landio anytime for questions or to purchase this property. Please reference the Landio Property ID: Wy_Carbon_00042