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$129,000 36 acres
Kirby, WY 82430 - Hot Springs County

36 acres Kirby, WY

Lot number 7: This 36.05 acre parcel offers many options for taking advantage of a number of unique amenities for a homesite. Situated so that Coal Draw runs through the center of the property, and a high plateau overlooks the Big Horn River and surrounding valley. Coal Draw is a year around warm water stream that provides water and cover for a variety of the areas wildlife.This lot also borders a sizable bloc of scenic B.L.M. that provides the feel of a very large acreage. The added bonus of having domestic water available from the town of Kirby, as well as power just feet from the property, give the buyer a number of great options for building on a very scenic and easily accessed lot.
Roy Ready Western Land Sales
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$89,000 35 acres
Kirby, WY 82430 - Hot Springs County

Kirby Parcel

Two scenic parcels located just south of Kirby, Wyoming overlooking the Bighorn River and Cedar mountain. Kirby, Wyoming is located about 12 miles north of Thermopolis, Wyoming in the Lucerne Valley. Worland Wyoming is 20 miles to the north of Kirby. The population of Kirby is 92, with an elevation of around 4300 feet. Thermopolis has a population of about 3000 and Worland has a population of around 5500. Located in the Big Horn Basin, this area is known for its close proximity to Yellowstone National Park, the Big Horn Mountains, and the Big Horn River. Access Access to lot #4 is via Highway 20 North approximately 1 mile south of Kirby, on to the property. Access to lot #7 is through the town of Kirby and then south approximately mi
Roy Ready Western Land Sales
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$2,100,000 680 acres 1700 sqft
Kirby, WY 82443 - Hot Springs County

680 acres Kirby, WY

The Big Horn River Ranch has fertile irrigated hay land bordering the lush riparian area along the west side of the Big Horn River The river and its riparian area is a haven for large populations of pheasants, ducks, and geese. Whitetail deer inhabit the river bottom, and mule deer winter on the sagebrush of the upper range land. The 1 miles of frontage on the Big Horn River provides unbelievable fishing for the legendary large schools of huge trout. for 1 miles. There is a small feedlot with steel pipe corrals feed bunks, and a scale. There are two homes and a 4,240 sq. ft. shop/storage metal building.
Clifton M. Berglee, DVM Montana - Wyoming West Ranch Brokerage