BEAVER CREEK HOME ON 12 ACRES
There’s something to be said for a place like this – a self-sufficient, private, secluded place where you can see miles upon sagebrush miles of coulees and breaks, and deer, antelope, robins, meadowlarks, mountain bluebirds, but not another soul. You can hear the live creek and pheasants calling, turkeys gobbling, Canadian geese honking, sand cranes bugling, hawks screaming, eagles whistling, and coyotes howling. There’s room for horses and ORVs that you can ride in any direction.
This is a place where the nearby majestic mountains call, the sky is big and blue and one can air out both lungs, but also talk to God and thank him for the blessings. This is a place where life makes a little more sense, in its simplest and purest form.
Located 18 miles east of Greybull, WY, this spacious four-bedroom, three-bath (2010) Schult 2280 sq. ft. modular home on 12.75 fenced acres adjoins BLM and is very close to the Bighorn National Forest. This property offers varied terrain – from a natural motocross course to grassy meadows with a scenic picnic area/oasis along Beaver Creek, which meanders through the property. There is a 30’ x 40’ x 16’ (1,240 sq. ft.) insulated, heated/cooled shop with 20’ x 40’ lean-to’s on each side housing a livestock area and a chicken house. A short distance away is a round corral and a large corral. Nearby reservoirs offer swimming and recreation. Private well, whole house water system, lawn, garden and livestock hydrants, and two French drains. A very private and comfortable home complete with live water, lots of wildlife, and excellent mountain views.