NOWOOD RIVER RANCH TEN SLEEP WYOMING
- 45.29 Acres
- 28 +/- Irrigated Acres
- 4 Bedroom Main Home
- 3 Bedroom Guest House
- Historic Barn
- River Frontage
- Highway Frontage
- Production Ground
Located at the base of the Big Horn Mountains in the quiet small town of Ten Sleep, Wyoming you’ll find the Nowood River Ranch. The Ranch offers an approximate 1 mile of private river frontage and considered a prime fishery and home to ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants and deer! As the lazy river meanders through the property, you’ll notice the Red Clay Buttes called Signal Cliff, mature trees, expansive unobstructed mountain views and productive hay meadows for livestock. The water rights date back to 1895 which are some of the earliest in the valley. The main level of the home offers a spacious great room with a gas fireplace as the centerpiece, an open/modern kitchen and dining area with granite counter tops, gas range and high-end appliances, a large master bedroom with a gas fireplace, jacuzzi tub, walk in tile shower, double vanities, an oversized walk-in closet and a laundry room with a ½ bathroom. The downstairs offers a walk out basement with a sizeable family room, 3 guest bedrooms, a full guest bathroom and double vanities with granite counter tops. Additional upgrades include: hot water on demand, A/C and a Culligan water softener system. The second home on the property offers a living room, dining/kitchen area, master bedroom with a walk-in shower, double vanities, laundry area, 2 guest bedrooms and a full guest bathroom.
The metal detached 2 car garage/shop is oversized with 10-foot doors, power and a walk-in cooler. RV parking is available adjacent to this unit. The approximate 80-year-old Red Barn is functional and rich in history. Preservation or grant funds may be available. Currently being used for hay storage.
Recreational opportunities such as world class rock climbing in Ten Sleep Canyon, skiing at Meadowlark Resort, hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, ATV and horseback riding, kayaking and mountain biking along with ice climbing, snowboarding and snowmobiling are endless with public land and National Forest/Wilderness within minutes. If quality river frontage in a quiet town is important to you, you won’t want to miss this rare offering!
Ten Sleep, Wyoming (elevation 4,426) is beautifully located in the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Surrounded by working sheep and cattle ranches and with a population of 257, this community has a friendly, small town atmosphere.
Ten Sleep got its name from its location which was ten days’ travel or ten “sleeps” between two major Sioux Indian camps. The area was used as a rest stop. Numerous archeological sites exist near town and discoveries of artifacts such as arrowheads, pictographs and petroglyphs are frequent.