The property features a 1,800 + square foot 3 bedroom/2 bath modular home built in 2008 as well as several other structures including the original homestead cabin which is where the current owner resides. The owner has rented the modular home for as much as $650 per month plus utilities. The other buildings on the property were used at one time as a summer cottages and could be fixed up to do so again. Original loafing sheds, root cellars, and barns add a charming western flare to the property. A newly constructed metal Quonset with concrete foundation and floor provides quality shop space. The farmstead is in need of some TLC and has potential for the new owner to do improvements. Currently the 35 acres of well-fenced creek bottom is used as a horse property, the riparian and irrigated land could easily be developed into a quality game property for training bird dogs. Game birds and deer thrive on the Beaver Creek bottom.
Irrigation rights off Beaver Creek
1,800 square foot 3 bed/2 bath modular home
35 +/- acres on the creek bottom
Steel Shop and other out buildings
The Beaver Creek Farmstead is located approximately 18 miles east of Greybull via paved road on Highway 14 and Beaver Creek Road. The Beaver Creek and Shell Creek Valley face the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains offering incredible views of deep canyons and colorful rock formations.
Located just outside of the charming town of Shell, Wyoming at the base of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains. The Beaver Creek Farmstead offers 35+ acres of creek bottom with a 3 bedroom/2 bath home, a shop, and other improvements. With over a mile of both sides of Beaver Creek, this irrigated farmstead is a great place to raise 4-H cattle or horses; toil a small farm plot; or groom bird dogs. Thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest are within a short ATV ride providing unparalleled hunting and recreation access.