Along the eastern slope of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains stretches one of the most beautiful, desirable, and valuable real estate markets in the world. Can you envison yourself working, living, and playing in the shadow of the majestic Big Horn Mountains, with boundless outdoor recreation just beyond your back door? Sheridan, WY and its surrounding community offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those in search of a piece of the historic Old West.
Come explore Sheridan, from its quaint downtown streets to its vast ranchland to its rolling hillsides and climbing cliffs. You'll discover a slice of western life you just won't find anywhere else.
Recently honored with True West Magazine's 2005 Western Town of the Year Award, Sheridan attracts people in search of a small town lifestyle with the benefits of big-city culture, dining, and boutique shopping. Known for its devotion to the Arts and western heritage, Sheridan is a growing community of 15,000 with a thriving economy, award-winning school systems, and quality air service. Sheridan's historic Main Street sits as the city's centerpiece, its numerous shops catering to locals and tourists alike. Sheridan also boasts three golf courses, lakes for boating and fishing, and an Arts community featuring the historic WYO Theater.
The valley surrounding Sheridan also contributes to the area's uniqueness. To the east stretch endless miles of pristine prairie ranchland. To the south and west, the Big Horn Mountains jut from the landscape, displaying a breathtaking glimpse of Mother Nature's handiwork and protecting the valley from Wyoming's notorious wind. Steeped in history, the valley stands as a piece of the old frontier where Sioux Indian tribes and US Cavalrymen battled it out in the hills, and buffalo roamed the countryside. To this day, Sheridan County brims with wildlife. Much like Sheridan itself, the Valley of the Big Horns is truly one of the last best places to put down roots in America's west.
If there's one thing the Sheridan area is known for, it's amazing outdoor recreation.
The Bighorn National Forest spans over 1 million acres of mountain peaks, rivers, forest, and prairies, and is home to the Big Horn Mountains. The Big Horn Mountains rise a majestic 13,000 feet, but they're more than just breathtakingly beautiful; they're also a bounty of outdoor recreational opportunities across a variety of terrain and ecosystems.
The lowlands directly surrounding Sheridan are also a bounty of recreational pursuits, including fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, golfing, nd more.
Ready to Find Your Place in Sheridan?
Ready to craft a lifestyle of endless entertainment, activity, and outdoor exploration? Then it's time to find your piece of paradise in Sheridan. Contact Century 21 BHJ Realty to learn more about the area, to get more information on buying a home in Sheridan, and to find the property that perfectly meets your needs.