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Swan Land Company Cabelas HPBA-Right Column LOWY Arnold Realty, Inc. National Land Realty

Land for sale including Farms in Teton County Wyoming

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$8,950,000 100 acres
VANDEWATER RANCH PARCEL 3, Wilson, WY 83011 - Teton County

100 acres Wilson, WY

Literally in the shadow of the Tetons, this parcel of the VandeWater Ranch is comprised of 100 /- acres located about 10 miles from Jackson. It is midway between Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and prestigious Wilson, Wyoming. Adjacent to National Forrest, heavily treed and views of Sleeping Indian and valley floor.
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$8,750,000 114.72 acres 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 3040 sqft
2485 N FISH CREEK RD, Wilson, WY 83014 - Teton County

114.72 acres Wilson, WY

Known as the Lazy Moose Ranch, this 114.72 acre property is immaculately maintained and boasts panoramic valley and mountain views of the Sleeping Indian, Jackson Peak and the Wyoming Range. The property is zoned rural and offers the owner an opportunity to reconfigure the property with additional development rights into three parcels. The ranch boasts a spacious reclaimed log lodge, 2 reclaimed log cabins and a 7-bay detached garage. Seller is willing to sell without the structures which are being sold ''As Is Where Is''. Please inquire.
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$2,995,000 35.06 acres 1 Bath | 3184 sqft
7220 N BAR B BAR RIVER RD.., Jackson, WY 83002 - Teton County

35.06 acres Jackson, WY

One of Jackson Hole's finest equestrian properties located within the magnificent setting of the Bar B Bar Ranches. Abundant wildlife, including the local elk herd, and majestic Teton views surround this 35 acre conservation property which is adjacent to another 70 acre conservation property. A newly constructed 4800sqft custom post and beam horse barn complete with spacious stalls, a large horse wash area, tack rooms, a full bathroom and well-appointed rooms to relax and take in the surrounding grandeur. Deeded access to the Snake River dike from right out the barn doors. The conservation easement allows for a barn but not a residential dwelling and a copy of the easement is attached