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5.33 Acres Of Land For Sale In Cheyenne, Wyoming
LOT 54 MISTY MOUNTAIN RD
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Roundtop Ranch Estates ... Cheyenne's stunning new rural subdivision just five minutes from Interstate 25 and only fifteen minutes from historic downtown Cheyenne with paved access. Gorgeous 5 plus acre building sites! The wide rolling plains, mountain views and breathtaking Wyoming sunsets make this the perfect place to put down roots. Visit www.roundtopranchwyo.com for additional information! Quantum Fiber high speed internet available.
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You have found this lot for sale in Cheyenne, WY, which is in Laramie County. If you're looking for land for sale in Wyoming in 2022, whether you are a potential homeowner looking for a lot for sale or a builder or developer seeking development land for sale for your next project, the perfect property for you may be found in Wyoming. The Equality State of Wyoming is located in the mountain region of the Western United States. This sparsely populated mountainous state is the least populated state in the U.S. and is the only state with a smaller population than Washington, D.C. The capital, Cheyenne, is the most populated city, followed by Casper, Laramie, Gillette and Rock Springs.
Wyoming is where the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains come together, and is home to natural “playgrounds” like Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first national park with its astounding beauty and natural wildlife; Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, where the beautiful Bighorn River winds through the mountains; and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, a nationally renowned fishing haven. Wyoming also is home to the Yellowstone River, Green River and Snake River. These vibrant rivers, along with the countless alpine streams, make this state one of the best destinations in the country for fishing. More than six million climbers, hikers, photographers and kayakers annually are drawn to Wyoming’s national parks and monuments including Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone, Devils Tower National Monument, Independence Rock and Fossil Butte National Monument. So many visitors are drawn to the natural beauty of Wyoming that tourism is one of the key drivers of the state’s economy, along with the mineral extraction industry.
Agriculture also has been an important part of Wyoming’s culture, lifestyle and economy, though it’s economic role has waned over time. Today, more than 90% of Wyoming’s land is classified as rural.
Adding to Wyoming’s outdoor appeal is its climate, which is drier and windier than most states, with greater temperature extremes. Wyoming summers are warm, but cooler in the higher elevations. Wyoming is generally a dry state – nearly a desert in areas – but some mountain areas do receive a good amount of snow, much to the delight of skiers who flock to the resorts near Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons to the Snowy Range Ski Area in Southeastern Wyoming, or to Centennial, where there are more than 300 miles of snowmobile trails in the Medicine Bow National Forest. Golfers also enjoy Wyoming’s nearly 100 golf courses throughout the state.
So if you are seeking land for sale in Wyoming you will find a wide variety of choices from waterfront property, lake property, golf course lots, mountain lots, riverfront land, cabin sites, land for estate homes, plus cheap land for sale and other types of vacant land.
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