CENTURY 21 BHJ Realty, Inc. is proud to offer an exclusive ranch property along the eastern slope of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, one the most beautiful, desirable, and valuable real estate markets in the West.
Part of a family cattle ranching operation for nearly a century, this ranch offers unique opportunities for buyers, whether interested in development or living amidst the tranquility and history of northern Wyoming.
Uniquely, the tract lies adjacent to one of the premier golf courses in the western United States, the Powder Horn Golf Community; while to the east stretch endless miles of pristine prairie ranch land. To the south and west, the Big Horn Mountains jut from the landscape, displaying a breathtaking glimpse of Mother Nature's handiwork. Several miles to the south, a country road leads to the Wyoming Bird Farm, catering to the state's sportsmen, and then on to the Big Horn Polo Club, a startling expanse of deep green fields comprising the Nation's first polo club established west of the Mississippi.
The area is serviced by the City of Sheridan, Wyoming, a welcoming community of 17,000. Known for its devotion to the arts and western heritage, Sheridan attracts people in search of a small town lifestyle with the benefits of big-city culture, dining, and boutique shopping.
This is a premier land listing located just 1.7 miles from the Big Horn Equestrian Center and the Flying H Polo Club. Berry Hammer Land truly stands as a piece of the old frontier. Atop the ridge that spans the tract's eastern border, a history buff can easily sniff out teepee rings left by the Sioux tribes that still roamed the region around a century ago; and local ranchers spin tales of Indian artifacts unearthed during their toils upon this 352.92 acre expanse.
This area boasts spring fed water flowing through Kruse Creek and panoramic look-out views from astride Berry Hammer ridge, both of which most certainly drew Indians to the location for centuries.
The property's unique characteristics include: Kruse Creek, which flows the full length of the tract year round; several ponds with the possibility of expansion or construction of more; wildlife habitat, including both wetlands and grazing meadows; dynamic elevation change, with well over 500 feet of drop from ridge top to creek bottom; and more than 200 acres of flat, arable ground ideal for polo fields, habitat expansion, or even development.
Berry Hammer's location makes it a veritable gem when it comes to ranch real estate, and a developer or individual with a vision of western living would have a tough time passing it by without a good, hard look. The land known as Berry Hammer is vast, with plenty of room for a full-scale equestrian operation or even an exclusive private Estate.
Be sure to ask listing agent about opportunities to assemble adjacent lands that are for sale.
No matter your perspective, the availability of Berry Hammer Land means that dreams of a tranquil, western paradise will indeed come true for an owner or investor with just a little imagination.