3934 ROAD 5 LANE 40
Burlington, Wyoming | Residential
The Greybull River Ranch encompasses approximately 2,795 acres of deeded land and manages an approximate 15,000 BLM grazing permit. Presented by 307 Real Estate, LLC www.weare307.com
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3934 ROAD 5 LANE 40
Burlington, Wyoming | Residential
NORTHWEST WYOMING INCLUDES THE LARGEST WILDERNESS AREA IN THE LOWER 48, AS WELL AS YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. The Basin is surrounded by majestic mountains, the massive Absaroka Range to the West, the Beartooth and Pryor ranges North, the towering Big Horn range to the East, and the Owl Creek and Wind River ranges south.
This rich and storied western heritage is the foundation for a slower paced, yet progressive and growing lifestyle with ready access to regional centers such as Billings, Montana. Salt Lake City, Utah and Denver.
Built in 1981, the adjoining BLM grazing land is located on the eastern end of an historic â€œmountain topâ€? called the YU Bench.
Highly prized for its better grass and year-round water coursing through this rugged and natural landscape, the YU Bench property is a perfect accompaniment to this thriving ranch situated in the heart of the Big Horn Basin.
The Greybull River Ranch is committed to sustained wildlife habitat, as well as ranching. As a result, the ranch has become a wildlife mecca.
Wildlife on the ranch includes Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Antelope, wild Turkeys, Pheasants, Quail, Chukars, Ducks, Blue Heron, Sandhill Cranes, and Canada Geese.
Several ponds have been built on the property in addition to those already established. These ponds are in place in order to catch and utilize any excess water.
In addition to the protection of migratory birds, the Greybull River Ranch is also a private licensed bird farm allowing upland bird hunting from September 1st, to March 31st. Quail, Pheasants, Chukars, and Partridges are flourishing on the property.
Improvements include a modest 2600 square foot home built in 2005, a 3000 square foot shop, a nice single wide home and a 1000 head DEQ permit feed lot.
THE GREYBULL RIVER RANCH ENCOMPASSES APPROXIMATELY 2,795 ACRES OF DEEDED LAND AND MANAGES AN APPROXIMATE 15,000 ACRE BLM GRAZING PERMIT.
PRO PE RT Y DETAI L S
EXTERNAL FEATURES • • • • • • •
Acreage Fenced Concrete Ditches Irrigated Pivot Irrigated Production Ground RV Parking Creek
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Horse Property Mountain View Pond Recreational Shop Storage Building Adjacent to Bureau of Reclamation
Single wide home 1,000 head DEO permit feed lot
OTHER FEATURES • •
2,600 square foot home built in 2005 3,000 square foot shop
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Fishing River Frontage Wooded Acreage Flat Terrain Hunting
Sh BIG HORN
Worland HOT SPRINGS
Kemmerer Evanston UINTA
CODY, WYOMING As one of Wyoming’s most sought-after areas, Cody provides endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, close proximity to Yellowstone National Park and other notable historical sites, as well as “arms wide open” hospitality. It’s a natural choice when it comes to true community in Wyoming. Whether it means a dream home to raise a family, a retirement property that allows peace and well-deserved relaxation, or a commercial location for your next business adventure, Cody will offer a welcoming lifestyle and experience unlike any other in Wyoming. Similar to the rest of the state of Wyoming, Cody boasts a growing business climate, low taxation, and a progressive view when it comes to expansion and economic improvement. Cody features a 4.5% increase in its labor force over the last (5) years, and has a lower cost of living than the state average. With a wide range of industries making up the whole of Cody’s employment, you’ll find ample opportunity for any kind of career—new or established. In Cody, recreational opportunities such as hunting, hiking, fishing, and kayaking, as well as numerous historical sites and landmarks—including Yellowstone National Park—can be found in your backyard. With 300 days of sunshine each and every year, you’ll always find something new to explore.
A FEW OTHER REASONS WHY WE LOVE WYOMING The ways to fall in love with Wyoming are countless— from recreational opportunities, wide open spaces, an endless amount of space to call your own, to the people who quickly become family even though you’re not exactly related. But from a personal or business standpoint, your financials can be a major component to your real estate decision-making. Another reason to fall head over heels for Wyoming? It’s consistently ranked high in terms of tax-friendly states.
WYOMING HAS NO STATE INCOME TAX NOR ANY EXCISE TAXES.
WYOMING DOESN’T RECOGNIZE A TAX ON THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
KEEP IT ALL IN THE FAMILY. Wyoming has multiple tax incentives for those who are hoping to pass down real estate assets to their heirs without costly inheritance or gift taxes. In Wyoming, take advantage of Dynasty Trusts that will ensure your real estate—and its future beneficiaries— are protected from federal estate taxes for up to 1,000 years. When it comes to taxes in Wyoming, there are: • no state gift taxes • no inheritance taxes • no estate taxes Keep your real estate where you want it—in your own hands, and those you wish to leave it to.
PLUS, Wyoming also claims no tax on mineral ownership or intangible assets such as stocks or bonds. And when compared to other states, Wyoming consistently ranks lower in terms of property tax rates.
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