22 Old Ranch Trail is located approximately nine miles off I-80 in the Aspen Meadows Subdivision at the base of Elk Mountain Wyoming. The setting of the home is quite remarkable. It is nestled in the aspen overlooking a meadow with Elk Mountain rising above the property to the west providing a scenic back drop and privacy few properties enjoy. Sitting on 4.3 deeded acres is a well appointed 1,840 square foot log house that would make a great weekend getaway or a permanent residence. Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, and a living room this home is serviced by its own well and new septic system and French drainage system. Wildlife frequent the property including moose, deer, antelope, elk and migratory birds passing through. There are fishing and hunting opportunities available approximately eight miles to the south in the Medicine Bow National Forest. The charming town of Elk Mountain is 6.5 miles northeast of the subject property and is home to the Historic Elk Mountain Hotel. Rawlins and Saratoga are 45 minutes from the subject property and Laramie (1 hour), Cheyenne (just under 2 hours) and Denver (3 hours) are easily accessible as well. Low property taxes, no HOA fees or covenants complete this incredible offering. An additional 18.6 acres with a log house, two large well maintained shops and live water border this property and are available as well. See 20 Old Ranch Trail. To arrange a time to view this spectacular property call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
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