Congratulations of the buyers and sellers of two Wyoming ranches near Sheridan that have recently sold. Broker Scott Williams was honored to represent the buyers on the sale of Box Cross Ranch 640 and Prairie Springs Ranch.
Box Cross Ranch 640 is the northern 640 acres of the historical Box Cross Ranch, which was predominately homesteaded by the Nottingham family in the 1890s. In addition to its historical significance, this Wyoming land for sale encompasses some of the most significant landscapes between Sheridan and the Bighorn Mountains. This is the first time since 1947 that portion of the Ranch has been offered for sale. This 640 acres of beautiful land is located in the coveted Bighorn Mountain foothills. This land has no improvements other than some irrigation ditches and fences. The ranch is positioned adjacent to the irrigated land of Prairie Springs Ranch, which would create an amazing 933± ranch within 10 minutes of downtown Sheridan. We cannot stress how significant this opportunity is, considering the current growth of Sheridan and its attractiveness to many who long for a taste of the West at its Best. It’s an opportunity to keep this landscape as an agricultural operation and preserve its character forever. Box Cross 640 was Listed at $2,500,000.
Prairie Springs Ranch, consisting of 293± deeded acres, represents an opportunity to own a large, unencumbered agricultural property near the coveted area of Big Horn, Wyoming. From the earliest days of its founding in the late 1800s the Big Horn area south of Sheridan has been the most prized and sought after land in the area. It has attracted investors from all over the world, many of whose families are still here on the original ranch. The Ranch is one of the few remaining large acreage properties in this area that is yet to be developed but still has all its development rights, excellent water rights, unbelievable views of the mountains, plus, the location is excellent. Prairie Springs Ranch was Listed at $1,995,000.