Located in Weston County, Wyoming, this parcel consists of 320 acres of open prairie pasture land on the western boundary of the scenic Black Hills.
Location: The Essex Pasture is located approximately 5 miles west of Osage in Weston County, Wyoming.
Access: The small town of Osage is situated just off of U.S. Highway 16 approximately half way between Upton and Newcastle (Weston County seat). From Osage, the property is accessed by traveling west on paved State Route 451 which eventually turns into County Road 22 (Fiddler Creek Road), which intersects the property in its northern most part.
Size: 320± deeded acres total. 80± acres lie north of the county road while the remaining 240± acres lie south of the county road. Now being offered for $350 per acre!
Utility: The Essex Pasture is open range pasture land partially fenced on the western and eastern boundaries. The property adjoins BLM lands on the north, east and south with deeded range lands to the west and southwest.
Topography: The pasture consists of gently rolling hills. The elevation ranges from 4130’ to 4230’ feet above sea level in the northwest corner.
Climate: The annual precipitation, according to the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) 30-year average, is 10 to 14 inches with a frost free period of 110 to 130 days.
Mineral Rights: Seller shall convey 50% of all mineral rights owned on the subject, if any.
2015 Real Estate Taxes: $24.
The Seller reserves the right to effectuate a tax-deferred real estate exchange pursuant to Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code and the Treasury Regulations promulgated thereunder. The Buyer shall agree to cooperate and shall not incur any additional liability or expense in connection with Seller’s tax-deferred exchange.