The Estuary captures the soul witha very private 232+/- acreestate only a mile north of the vibrant community of Sheridan onUS Highway 338. Panoramicviews of the Cloud Peak Wilderness Areainthe Big Horn Mountains great the front porch of the property's building envelope. The back porch setting overlooks the expansiveriparian creek bottom lined with towering cottonwood trees accenting fertilegrass filled meadows. Goose Creek meanders for over amile through the ranchcreating a habitat rich in wildlife and plant diversity. An ancient river oxbow dammed by beaver creates a large crescent shape pond as a central feature to the land below. Aman-made pond lies in one of the many coulees that cut through the sagebrush steppe to the river below.A must see to believe property and a prime candidate for a conservation easement or save development rights for a future exit strategy.
Diversity is what comes to mind when walking the acreage, both in the habitat of plant communitiesand number of species ofwildlife the that call this home.You may never find such a compact piece of land that holds such abudance and be so close to quality healthcare, education, culture, and transportation.The ecological diversity and lifestyle convenienceof this property must be seen to believe.
The town of Sheridan, Wyoming is arguably the most desirable place to raise a family in the Rocky Mountain West. The community is near the confluence of three interstate highways and has several commercial air service options. Wyoming is ranked as one of the top business and tax friendly states in the country. Very good medical care and nation leading education compliment the hometown charm. The area is renowned for the incredible public land access including recreation reservoirs to designated wilderness .The Wyoming experience lives in every ponderosa pine, alpine lake, worn-out saddle and secret canyon in Sheridan. Home to a western culture that can be seen at its many venues: Polo, Sheridan Wyo Rodeo, Don King Days, and many more.