Incomparable equestrian property featuring nearly fifteen flat and fertile, irrigated acres with breathtaking 360 degree plateau views of the entire Wind River mountain range and the beautiful Lander Valley. Located just approximately one mile from downtown, this rare offering features a custom home of the highest quality architecture and design and a nearly 16,000 sq. ft. indoor riding arena showcasing the stunning landscape and surroundings. Land This 14.79 acre parcel is fully irrigated with 9 CFS, early season, adjudicated water rights, making it a lush and green pasture for horses, other animals, or simply aesthetic beauty not often found in Wyoming’s mountain high desert. Perfectly situated on a flat and level plateau completely encircled by mountain vistas and foothills, this unique parcel of land is a lush and fertile oasis surrounded by unobstructed views of the Wind River mountain range. A mixture of grass and a small amount of alfalfa may be hayed or grazed by your horses during the peaceful and temperate spring, summer and early fall months. Subdivision covenants do not preclude further subdivision, making this substantial and highly coveted parcel even more valuable and versatile. Improvements Stunning, custom built, 1,844 square feet, main level home features two spacious bedrooms, two full bathrooms, gorgeous polished concrete floors throughout with in-floor hydronic radiant heat (operated by an on-demand hot water heater from three separate zones), exposed ducted air conditioning and wood beams, vaulted ceilings, custom decorative trim and millwork, ample built-ins, eat-in kitchen island, and the most discerning level of interior design and finishes. Complete suite of Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances, including two wall ovens, a five burner gas cooktop range with ventilation hood, 48” Classic Series Sub-Zero refrigeration, soft and creamy subtle white cabinetry, open shelving accents, timeless, transitional lighting and fixtures, matching natural stone countertops throughout the entire home, and with an evident simple, restrained luxury exercised throughout, this home embodies those featured in architectural and design publications. The open floor plan is built for entertaining and every room takes full advantage of the spectacular views framed by every window. A large, walk-in pantry, separate utility/mechanical room, built-in desks in a soaring grand gallery hallway, light-filled primary suite with separate soaking tub and walk-in closet, and a generously sized laundry and mudroom are just some of the additional features offered by this superbly designed and constructed home. A wraparound, covered deck with ceiling integrated outdoor speakers makes enjoying the spectacular views possible from nearly every part of the home. A large, oversized, three car garage is built for extra large, one-ton dually trucks in every bay, and offers 10 foot wide doors instead of the standard 9 foot, an in-floor drain, hydronic in-floor radiant heating, and is pre-wired for electric vehicle charging. The 15,680 square-foot indoor riding arena and barn features a rubber-sand footing mixture, ample hay storage, bathroom, grooming areas, tack room with washer/dryer and utility sink hookups, excellent equipment storage and potential stall spaces. The large, sliding doors on either end may be opened for panoramic picture views and indoor/outdoor enjoyment while riding inside. Two spacious metal loafing sheds with heated automatic Nelson waterers and separately fenced paddocks make this property turnkey for all of your equestrian needs. The property is fully fenced on all sides and may be sectionalized for rotational grazing and separate pasture spaces. Two 3,000 gallon buried cisterns (totaling 6,000 gallons of water storage), and a 1,000 gallon buried propane tank service the property. Offering the utmost in complete privacy and seclusion, understated elegance, tranquil views of the entire Wind River range, flat and usable irrigated acreage, equestrian amenities rarely found in Wyoming, and located less than five minutes from the heart of Lander’s thriving and bustling Main Street, this property is the envy of Lander and a once in a lifetime opportunity for discerning Wyoming buyers. Recreation Equine adventures and opportunities of all kinds are virtually endless on this pristine horse property. Between galloping the wide open spaces with the mountains as your backdrop, to training indoors or out, or just simply taking in your own private, postcard-worthy surroundings while working with your animals, you will find no shortage of excitement in the most sought-after setting found on this property. In addition to your own backyard, world class recreation opportunities abound in the Lander Valley and surrounding Wind River Mountain Range. Hunting, fishing, backpacking, horseback trail riding, rock climbing, mountain and road biking, backcountry skiing, ATV riding and many other outdoor recreation opportunities await you in this friendly and laid back mountain town. Region & Climate Lander, Wyoming is quickly becoming one of the most charming and up-and-coming small towns in the West, and for good reason. Excellent restaurants, bars, breweries, shops, art, and entertainment opportunities, including multiple seasonal outdoor concerts and festivals, are all part of what make Lander so enviable and enjoyable for all who live, work and play here. Commercial air service is an easy 30 minute drive away in nearby Riverton, Wyoming, and world class downhill skiing and luxury resorts can be found in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Park City, Utah, which are less than three and four hours away by vehicle, respectively. On average, there are 239 sunny days per year in Lander and it is one of the least windy towns in the state. Location Lander, Wyoming is located in the central part of the state along the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River and just south of the Wind River Indian Reservation at the base of the Wind River Mountain range. Sitting at a high desert elevation of 5,358 ft. above sea level, Lander is known for its Sinks Canyon State Park, the Wind River Mountains, nearby Red Canyon, various outdoor recreation sports and activities, its wild and lively Fourth of July celebration and parade every year, and numerous summer events and festivals, including The International Climber’s Festival, Lander Brew Festival, Lander Presents concert and events series, Fremont Area Road Tour, the Pioneer Days Rodeo, and the Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt, just to name a few. Lander has a population of 7,551 and is the County Seat of Fremont County, Wyoming. Lander is home to the Wyoming Catholic College and the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS).