Savery Creek Ranch
Savery, Wyoming | County: Carbon | 180 Acres
The Savery Creek Ranch is a 180+/-acre ranch with just under one mile of Savery Creek meandering through. Savery Creek is an excellent fishery downstream of High Savery Reservoir, which creates consistent late season flows, allowing Savery Creek to boast great Colorado River Cutthroat Trout and Brown Trout. Cottonwood trees, willow groves, ponds and meadows make great waterfowl and wildlife habitat. The wildlife includes moose, elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer and sand hill cranes.
Savery Creek is an excellent fishery downstream of High Savery Reservoir, which creates consistent late season flows, allowing Savery Creek to boast great Colorado River Cutthroat Trout and Brown Trout.See More Details
The 180 acres is mostly irrigated with excellent hay production. On average 180 tons of native grass hay are produced every year. This is supported by owning 100 shares of later water from the High Savery reservoir project. A 200-acre state lease for 39 AUM’s helps support the summer grazing on the ranch.
The custom-built 4,300 square foot home of 4 bedrooms, office, 3.5 bathrooms has excellent views from nearly every window. The ranch also has a detached oversized garage, equipment shop and workshop with caretaker’s quarters.
High speed fiber optics are to the ranch enabling 1gb internet speeds if desired. An ideal work remote property and distance from large population centers. Located only ten miles from the jet-capable Dixon airport and four miles north of the town of Savery, Wyoming. A relatively easily accessible Ranch with exceptional privacy and just the right touch of remoteness about 20 minutes from Baggs, Wyoming. The Ranch has a conservation easement on 120 acres of mostly meadow lands, while the 40 acres the buildings are located on are not encumbered by the easement.