Originally part of the historic WyMont Ranch where legendary horseman, Bob Tate, made his legacy and career, this specialparcel of land for sale offers a new owner beautiful views, privacy and a slice of Wyoming Heaven. This land embodies the ambiance of the “Sheridan Lifestyle”, a lifestyle built over 140 years from this cowboy-cosmopolitan way of life along the Bighorn Mountain foothills. The ranch is only about a 15 minute drive from downtown Sheridan, WY – one of the West’s most desirable western towns, where you’ll find great art and education, philanthropy found only in much larger cities, museums, dining, a jet-accessible airport and so much more. It’s home to the world-famous Sheridan WYO Rodeo, held annually the second week of July.
Eatons Guest Ranch, the original guest ranch, is just down the road a few miles from Tate Ranch, and polo at the Flying H and Big Horn Polo Clubs is only about 30 minutes away.
This land is captivating, as the grass waving in the wind will stir your soul and make you think of a simpler way of life while you gaze at the seemingly ever-changing view of the glorious Bighorns as the clouds pass by and sunrises and sunsets greet you and put you to sleep each day.
This land has 63.56 acres irrigated with 5.78 shares of Alliance Ditch and .91 CFS, from water flowing off the Bighorn Mountains via the Alliance Ditch. You can continue with the traditional method of flood irrigating (a shovel and dams) and enjoy your time getting to know the land, or you could possibly install some gravity flow sprinklers. Either way, you’ll enjoy the ability to keep the grass green during summer as has been done since the 1880s.
This ranch will provide excellent horse pasture for the equestrian enthusiast, or it can easily be grazed with livestock, or both. There are multiple fantastic building sites where you can build a dream home with privacy and beautiful Wyoming mountain views.
Conservation Easement Opportunities
Due to the location of this beautiful land in the Bighorn Mountain foothills, it might have significant conservation easement opportunities. This region has many ranches that have been preserved in perpetuity from development, which has impressive tax credit benefits.