Buck Creek Trail Ranch
Buck Creek Trail Ranch - Crook County, Wyoming
Beautiful foothills setting in the Belle Fourche River Valley north of Alva, Wyoming. 163 acres with rolling meadows, irrigated fields and wooded knolls with pine and bur oak trees. The artesian irrigation well produces 1,150 gallon per minute. 50 acres of the ranch is irrigated with a 5 tower hydraulic T-L center pivot sprinkler and 22 acres will be under irrigation with a K-Line system. The center pivot has a chemigation unit.
The ranch has an extensive set of buildings including a custom home, numerous sheds and outbuildings. The spacious two-level home features 3,900 square feet and has 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Large kitchen with center island and built in pantry. From the kitchen a sliding glass door leads to an inviting sun room that has a glass door on the east and west that lead to decks. Formal dining area and main floor living room. Master bedroom features a large walk-in closet and private bath with a deep tub with decorative glass block window. Spacious family room with large south facing windows and a sliding glass door leading to a cement patio. The family room is adjacent to a game room and a private office behind French doors. Large entry room in the basement with lots of storage space and adjacent to a ½ bath. The walkout basement also has another kitchen area that could be great for canning or a “mother-in-law” apartment set up. Efficient home with geo-thermal heat and cooling.
The outbuildings include a 34’ x 39’ detached garage that is insulated, has a cement floor, 4 overhead doors and 2 walk doors. 34’ x 59’ Hobart stock shed with 12 inside pens and adjoining corral. 42’ x 54’ insulated shop with cement floor, electricity and wired for a welder. Also two open front sheds, metal granary, wood granary, and an old barn with lots of character. Self watering heated tanks in the corral.
The gardener will love the variety of trees and bushes that have been started. A mixture of grape vines, cherry trees, apple trees, peach tree, currants, gooseberry, buffalo berry, sand cherry, rhubarb, elderberry, strawberries and raspberries. The fenced garden area also has a shed to store all of your tools.
With the proximity of the Belle Fourche River, the area is a paradise for whitetail deer and turkey. Northeastern Wyoming offers fantastic year round outdoor recreational opportunities. The property is about a 20-minute drive from the Bear Lodge Mountains where Black Hills National Forest lands can be accessed. Other nearby recreational destinations include the Devils Tower Golf Club at Hulett, Devils Tower National Monument, Keyhole State Park and Spearfish Canyon.
This scenic and productive ranch has a great set of improvements, incredible vistas, good wildlife habitat, and it is close to all of the amenities in the Black Hills region. $1,150,000. Visit www.eRanches.com for more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.
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