Introducing 278 Gas Hills Road - an off-the-grid haven, ideal for aspiring small-scale farmer seeking a retreat from the bustling world. Situated on 144+/- acres, this property offers a unique opportunity with river access and established 1868 water rights. Embrace a self-sustaining lifestyle with several outbuildings tailored for chickens and goats. Land A vast 144-acre property with a substantial stretch of the Wind River gracing its North Western corner. The land is predominantly prairie, transitioning to a riverfront area adorned with native flora, including dense cottonwoods that attract large White-tails and mule deer, enhancing its natural beauty. This property offers a serene canvas, ideal for a sustainable farm or peaceful retreat, framed by the majestic Wind River mountain range. Seize this opportunity to embrace Wyoming’s unspoiled beauty along the Wind River. Improvements Nestled within this expansive landscape is a 3,000 SF log home, serving as the primary residence. Additionally, the property boasts a functional shop with the potential to accommodate extra living quarters. Positioned conveniently behind the shop stands a recently constructed metal-sided barn, perfectly suited for chickens and goats. Recreation Situated just off the back of the main house, the property offers prime fishing opportunities for walleye, channel catfish, carp, and trout. Fishing enthusiasts will relish the abundant angling possibilities right at their doorstep. For avid hunters, the property provides an array of options. Waterfowl, white-tail and mule deer, as well as antelope, frequent this land, offering excellent hunting prospects. Additionally, predator hunting complements the seasonal pursuits. If your adventurous spirit craves more, rafting down the Wind River, accessible directly from the property, opens up a world of exploration. The river meanders all the way to Boysen Reservoir, promising limitless adventures for rafting enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Agriculture The previous owners had an productive garden as well as chickens and goats. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources The property boasts 1868 water rights to the Wind River, coupled with an adjudicated well tapping into the Wind River aquifer. In terms of mineral rights, both surface rights and a 50-50 split of sub-surface rights are included, providing a comprehensive ownership of the property’s mineral resources. To be confirmed by title. General Operations N/A Region & Climate The Wind River Basin near Lander, Wyoming, features a semi-arid climate: – **Winter (Dec-Feb):** Cold, 5°F to 30°F (-15°C to -1°C), with common snowfall. – **Spring (Mar-May):** Transitional, 25°F to 60°F (-4°C to 15°C), increasing precipitation. – **Summer (Jun-Aug):** Warm, 45°F to 85°F (7°C to 29°C), mostly dry with occasional thunderstorms. – **Autumn (Sep-Nov):** Mild, 25°F to 65°F (-4°C to 18°C), pleasant weather. Annual precipitation: 10-12 inches. Sunny days predominate. Wind can be noticeable, especially in late spring and early summer. Location Just a scenic 20-minute drive from downtown Riverton, Wyoming, and a swift 30-40 minute journey from the captivating base of the Wind Rivers and vibrant Lander, Wyoming. Riverton conveniently hosts a regional airport with easy connections to Denver, Colorado, just a short, picturesque 1-hour flight away. Accessibility meets adventure in this unique location.