UNDER CONTRACT Scenic recreation mountain property for sale in the Big Horn Mountains southwest of Buffalo in Johnson County, Wyoming.
- LOCATED 39 MILES SOUTHWEST OF BUFFALO, WYOMING.
- SCENIC OPEN MOUNTAIN GRASS LAND WITH SOME PINE & ASPEN TREES.
- MILLER CREEK FLOWS THROUGH THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE PROPERTY.
- HUNTING, FISHING, AND OTHER OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES.
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LOCATION Click To View
This scenic property is located in the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 39 miles southwest of Buffalo, Wyoming.
To reach the property, travel west on U.S. Highway 16 West for approximately 30 miles, turn onto the Hazelton Road and travel south for approximately 4 miles, and then turn onto a private improved dirt road and travel east for approximately 4.5 miles.
Winter access is limited to snowmobiles or tracked vehicles.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Click To View
Miller Creek Recreational Property consists of 41.82 +/- acres of typical open mountain grass land with a few areas of pine and aspen trees. The property is about 4.5 miles from the Hazelton county road, but there is a recorded easement across all landowners on the private road with the exception of about one mile of land belonging to the State of Wyoming. The property is boundary fenced on three sides: North, West, and South.
A large tract of BLM land touches the southeast corner of the property. Miller Creek, a spring fed tributary of Poison Creek, flows through the entire southern half of the property. Elk, deer, and antelope inhabit the property and the surrounding area. Pine and Aspen trees grow on the western and southern areas of the parcel. This unique property offers both “end of the road seclusion” as well as spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from most vantage points.
There are currently no utilities available to the property.
A survey of the property is available upon request.
RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Click To View
The recreational opportunities are limitless. This property alone offers hunting (elk, deer, and antelope), fishing, 4-Wheeling, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, camping, and hiking. Additional hunting opportunities for birds, small game, and varmints are available at other locations in the region.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Click To View
Minerals: All mineral rights attached to the property and owned by the Sellers, if any, shall convey to the Buyer.
2013 Real Estate Taxes: $1,219.58