Mountain lots for sale in Wyoming
- Located in the Big Horn Mountains in Johnson County Wyoming.
- All three lots offer privacy and beautiful settings for a cabin.
- Situated in spectacular scenic settings.
- Approximately 37 miles southwest of Buffalo, Wyoming.
Mountain lots for sale in Wyoming.
This offering consists of three separate lots for sale in the Ross Minor Subdivision in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. Each 10-acre parcel provides a unique opportunity to own land for a cabin site in the Big Horn Mountains at a reasonable cost.
Price: Lot 1 — $100,000
Lot 2 — $120,000.
Lot 3 — $130,000.
Recreation land in the Big Horn Mountains rarely comes on the market, and these two parcels will move quickly.
2019 Estimated Real Estate Taxes: Approximately $348.00 on each lot.
Call Pearson Real Estate at (307) 684-9556 for a showing before your opportunity to own mountain land slips away.
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These three 10-acre mountain recreation parcels are located adjacent to the Billy Creek Road in the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 37 miles southwest of Buffalo, Wyoming. To reach the property you travel west on U.S. Highway 16 West for approximately 30 miles, where you turn onto the Hazelton Road (County Road 3) and travel south for approximately 1/2 mile, and then turn left onto the Billy Creek Road (FS 466) and travel southeast for approximately 6.5 miles to the property. Winter access is limited to snowmobiles or tracked vehicles.
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Guess Lane Mountain Parcels consists of Lots 1, 2 and 3 in the recently platted Ross Minor Subdivision. These three individual vacant mountain land parcels are approved for recreation use and mountain cabin construction and are governed by the covenants of the existing Mountain Top Estates development. The properties are located adjacent to the Billy Creek Road, approximately 6.5 miles from the intersection with the Hazelton Road. The Billy Creek Road is maintained and administered by the BLM for incidental recreation access to public lands. Landowners and cabin owners are required to obtain an access agreement with BLM, which just involves an initial application and fee with BLM, and then payment of a small annual fee to perpetuate the agreement.
Amenities: The Guess Lane Mountain Parcels are vacant land parcels which are a little over 10 acres in size and measure approximately 341 feet wide by 1302 feet long. The lots have varying amounts of tree cover and there are several building sites on each lot which would be suitable for cabin construction. Tree species which inhabit the area are Aspen, Juniper, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Limber Pine, Lodgepole Pine, and Ponderosa Pine. Wildlife common in the area are: moose, elk, deer, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, turkey, and blue grouse. The property lies in Moose Hunt Area 34, Elk Hunt Area 34, Deer Hunt Area 30, and Antelope Hunt Area 20. The Hazelton Road and Billy Creek Road provide public access to thousands of acres of National Forest and BLM lands in near proximity to the Guess Lane Mountain Parcels.
Improvements: There are currently no improvements on these three Guess Lane Mountain Parcels.
Utilities: There are currently no utilities available to the property.
Minerals: Any mineral rights owned by Seller will be transferred to Buyer.