Holy Cow Ranch at 43 Rapid Creek Rd

Sheridan, Wyoming 82801
Price $23,500,000
Sq Ft 19,368
Agent Bruce Garber
Property Resources

The Holy Cow Ranch encompasses 3,589.4 deeded acres along with a 320 +/- acre state lease of unparalleled wildlife habitat and agricultural production, miles of National Forest boundary, creek frontage and striking improvements set between the shimmering creeks and the pine-clad slopes of the Bighorn Mountains. The foothills of the mountains provide bountiful feed and water for livestock as well as wildlife. The abundance of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain, running water, and protected boundaries, makes for an incredible outdoor experience whether hiking, horseback riding, hunting or fishing.   Conveniently located 12 miles west of highly coveted and celebrated Sheridan, Wyoming, The Holy Cow Ranch has created a name for itself in an area where fabled American entrepreneurs, sportsmen and European aristocracy have resided for generations. The Holy Cow Ranch is currently one of the few offerings in the local area providing an owner with Bighorn National Forest boundary.

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This ranch is unique because of its close proximity to some of the regions premier polo fields and facilities, which are home to both the Big Horn and Flying H Polo Clubs.   These polo fields provide a startling expanse of deep green fields comprising the nation’s first polo club established west of the Mississippi. Close by is Wyoming’s premier Powder Horn Golf Community of which the purchaser of this ranch could become a member and take advantage of club membership benefits including golf, dinning, tennis, pool and spa.

East of this property stretches 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. 

The area is serviced by the City of Sheridan, Wyoming, a welcoming community of 17,000.  Known for its devotion to the arts and western heritage, Sheridan attracts people in search of a small-town lifestyle with the benefits of big-city culture, dining, and boutique shopping.   Commercial air service is available to the community via Denver International Airport with 2 daily flights.   The local airport is equipped to handle all private aircraft.  Wyoming enjoys no state income tax and has some of the lowest property tax rates in the nation.

Key Facts

  • Price $23,500,000
  • Deeded Acres 3,589.4 Per Tax Records
  • State Land Lease 320 acres
  • 3 Bass and Trout Ponds
  • Over three miles of Rapid, Little Rapid, and Beaver Creek Running Through Ranch
  • Over 2.5 Miles of National Forrest boundary
  • 15 minutes from Sheridan Wyoming
  • Abundant Wildlife Life Resources
  • 2017 Property Tax $41,353.32
  • Nature Conservancy Easement in Place
  • Ranch Elevations Vary From 4,383’ to 5,626’

 

  • Acres: 3589.4
  • Land And Ranch: Yes