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Kolman Equestrian

19A Kolman Ranch Road : Rock Springs, WY 82901

Sweetwater County, Wyoming

12.83 Acres
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Kolman Equestrian : Rock Springs : Sweetwater County : Wyoming

Land Description

Welcome to the efficient rural utility of Kolman Equestrian. This parcel is the original hub of The Kolman Ranch located 10 minutes south of Rock Springs, Wyoming. The layout surrounding the extremely comfortable two story custom ranch home features the self-sustaining versatility of homesteads gone by. This property can be converted into a number of business operations, be it equestrian boarding and instruction or light manufacturing. The county plowed road to the private drive, protected by galvanized steel paneled snow fence, insures year round access. Power and natural gas are provided by municipal utilities, a rarity in rural Wyoming. Multiple wells on the property provide abundant water of excellent quality to the residences and grounds. Mineral rights do convey as well. This location is the best of country life with all of the conveniences of living a stone's throw from Rock Springs. Recreational opportunities in the area include Flaming Gorge Reservoir, the Green River, and continue northward to the entire western flank of the Wind River Range. Endless riding by horse or on recreational vehicle is right through the gate. The best of Wyoming truly starts out of your front door. Improvements The grounds have been thoughtfully improved with a 5 bed, 3.5 bath main home built in 1978. Details of the home include custom woodwork and cabinetry throughout the home. The baths are surfaced in beautiful tiled surfaces. The downstairs bath features a steam shower. The finished walkout basement is a spacious office space that doubles as a workout retreat. The main floor living area opens to the southwest open spaces with its multitudes of wildlife and ever changing skies. Upstairs the master bedroom has it's own fireplace and recently remodeled bath. All of these amenities are wrapped with a spacious deck, sheltered on the lee side of the house that is an ideal al fresco dining and entertaining space with wide open Wyoming spaces as your event's setting. The three additional residences on the property have been regularly rented and generate significant income. The 1 bed, 1 bath house with attached garage, is a sound, well maintained structure. 2 mobile homes, one with 2 bedroom, 1 bath, the other with 3 beds, 2 baths, both situated on permanent foundations, provide additional rental income on-site. All of these improvements are situated in a mature landscape. Structural forms are broken up by strategically located shade trees and perennial plantings The remainder of the outbuildings consist of the following masonry buildings, all in good repair and immediately useable for a variety of purposes. The pumphouse houses the sprinkler system for the grounds. It contains the water softener and the distribution of the primary 110 foot well with a 12 foot static level and 5 HP Grunfos pump, run at 90 GPM at 80 PSI. The shop space was used as a cabinetry and woodworking shop and has ample room for a variety of light industrial uses. A rollup door allows easy access and material loading to the shop. The shed adjacent to the home is an ideal workspace for dressing game with water supply, sink and countertops. 2 additional garages and the original calf barn provide more enclosed, multiple use spaces with functions only limited by your imagination. Kolman Ranch History and Perspective in the Seller's words This property was originally on land purchased by the United States Government from the French in the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. The U.S. Government subsequently designated it as part of the Shoshone Indian Reservation. When gold was discovered in the Atlantic City/South Pass area, the United States Government moved the boundary to the modern day Indian Reservation in Lander/Riverton Area. An Englishman named Finey settled here via the Homstead Act of 1860. He raised cattle and sheep and developed hay meadows down in the creek bottom where the current Sweetwater County Recreation area is located. The Wilkes family was the next to own the property which sold and transferred the property to my Father and Mother in 1960. My parents were devoted stewards and caregivers to this land. My wife and I have worked to follow in their footsteps. I've always considered this an oasis in the desert. It has always provided an abundance of good water from the Little Sweetwater Drainage to grow crops on the sandy soil as well as provide potable water that has sustained livestock and healthy living. We are also blessed to be in the middle of a natural gas field that has given us a great energy resource. Electricity has always been provided by the local utility company and we've had the benefit of an auxiliary generator for rare outages. Telephone, Television and Internet services are provided by several local companies. Garbage collection and Septic Cleaning services are also readily available. School bussing for all the public schools in Rock Springs is also possible. The diversity of options this property offers is unlimited. Solar and Wind power could easily provide the power to make this land totally independent from the vulnerable power grid of our modern day. There is plenty of land to provide grazing for livestock and domestic gardening. For the equestrian and Recreational Vehicle enthusiasts this area provides unfenced opportunities for enjoyment. We've raised our children in this open outdoor environment that continues to reward us with all their stories of memories growing up here. The future is open for many more memories to come.

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