Located in Goshen County, the Braddock Place includes 309 +/- deeded acres and a Morton building with two separate apartments. The large insulated building has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two separate kitchens, for guests and hunters, and a heated shop area. The interior walls and ceilings of the apartments are blue pine tongue and groove. There is a wood stove and electric water and heating. The property has excellent water rights and a 600-yard by 20 ft deep horizontal well, with the capability to fill a 300-gallon tank in 90 seconds. The property has been landscaped with Black Walnut, Turkish Filbert and Broadleaf Cottonwood trees. This property offers a buyer a great opportunity to own a unique part of Wyoming with plenty of water and grazing land.
Goshen County, Wyoming The Braddock Place is located adjacent to the Canyon View Ranch, also listed by Pfister Land Company, LLC.
This property is teeming with white tail deer, mule deer, antelope, as well as upland birds and waterfowl. The Springer/Bump Sullivan Wildlife Habitat Wildlife area covers about 3000 acres and the public has non-motorized access year-round with a focus on geese, ducks, and pheasant hunting. That area is considered to be one of the best goose and pheasant hunting areas in Wyoming. This area is immediately north of the Braddock Place. The Hawk Springs State Recreation Area is immediately south of the property and Hawk Springs Reservoir is a major destination for boating, waterskiing, and fishing for walleye, large mouth bass, perch, and channel catfish.