SOLD — Atterbury Crazy Woman Creek Acreage - Johnson County, Wyoming
Deeded Acres: 160
Total Acres: 160
Asking Price: $240,000
Private recreational retreat and/or small grazing property for sale in Johnson County, Wyoming.
- Located approximately 22 miles south of Buffalo, Wyoming.
- 160 acres deeded surrounded by over 9,000 acres of State land.
- North Fork of Crazy Woman Creek zig zags through property.
- Creek offers fishing opportunities for Brown trout, Catfish, and Goldeneye.
- Abundant wildlife.
The Atterbury Crazy Woman Creek Acreage is a rare property that provides the perfect opportunity to own a private recreational retreat or small grazing property. The 160 acres of deeded property is totally surrounded by over 9,000 acres of State Trust lands which can be accessed for hunting, fishing, hiking, or horseback riding.
Location: Approximately 22 miles south of Buffalo, Wyoming to the Middle Fork Road between I-25 and Highway 196. The property sits about .9 miles north of the Middle Fork Road. An all-weather gravel road provides access from the Middle Fork Road. The legal easement to the property through the adjoining State lands begins on Highway 196 and runs east by southeast to the property on an existing two-track road.
Description: 160 acres of deeded property surrounded by over 9,000 acres of State land. The property is fenced into one large pasture, however the fence line does not follow the property boundary. Through a cooperative use trade agreement between the owner and the State grazing lessee, the fence line has been situated to avoid multiple crossings of the creek and the hilly terrain on the eastern side of the property. The property has historically been used to pasture horses for a local outfitter.
Amenities: The North Fork of Crazy Woman Creek zig zags through the property from northwest to southeast, providing just under 2 miles of stream frontage for fishing, rafting, or livestock water. Fish known to populate this portion of the North Fork of Crazy Woman are Brown trout, Catfish, Goldeneye, and Suckers. Wildlife inhabiting the area include Deer, Antelope, Upland Birds, Rabbit, Fox, Raccoon, and Coyote. Deer Hunt Area is #30 and Antelope Hunt Area is #20.
Improvements: Other than the perimeter fencing, there are no improvements associated with the property.
2016 Real Estate Taxes: $208.32