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I took this off the website. There is a video. I am thinking for a group to buy in...

 

Off-the-grid, and no neighbors... ever. $780, 000 Safe, secure.

 

At 120 Acres, this property is truly one of a kind. A sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle and a little slice of heaven. Rock Springs is turn-key, off-the-grid living. All the comforts of home, including Satellite TV, Internet, abundant wild game, and the best views and stargazing you will likely ever see. The elevation at the house is 6600 feet. The annual property taxes are about $2500. The nearest town is Hyattville, Wyoming, but the property is a fifteen mile drive up a logging road to get there. The road is not maintained by the state, so it can be challenging during or after a snowstorm. There is deeded access to the land, a permanent access to the property owner through Wyoming state land that cannot be revoked so long as you pay the annual fee of $150. The well is almost artesian, down 400 feet, with 1 part per million of dissolved solids, and a flow rate of just over 12 gallons per minute, ...

 

A list of items that will be included in the sale, in addition to all the appliances, is below. Thank you for your interest.

 

  • 120 Acres surrounded by Wyoming State & BLM Land
  • 2850 ft 3Br 2.5Ba Home with 2 car garage
  • Formal Dining Room, Den, Office, Library
  • 1200 ft Shop, Barn, (2) 2-Acre Pastures

 

The following equipment stays and is included in the purchase price:

 

  • VW Powered Rubbertrack, Steel Cabin Snow Trak - seats 5
  • 4WD Austin Western International Diesel Road Grader
  • International Diesel Track Mounted Backhoe w/Drott Frontloader
  • International Single Axle Tractor with 32' Refrigerated Trailer
  • Continental Gas Powered Trailer with Air Compressor and (2) Jackhammers and hoses
  • 1-Ton Dumping Box trailer.
  • Fire Suppression Rig, 200 Gallon Tank, 300' Hose, Spray Nozzle and Honda Pressure Pump

 

http://www.rockspringshouse.com

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I don't know.. Wyoming is kind of strange, isn't it? There are pockets of crackpot liberals there....I think. nice bunch of equipment included, but I would have to inspect all of it. I'm still looking for 50+ acres in Idaho. Idaho is in the top five of 2nd amendment states.

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I agree... My thoughts were also about Yellowstone as well... But I guess Idaho would be effected as well... :eek:

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Check out the property with GoogleEarth and see if anything interesting shows up. Hopefully the house is around rock or situated far away from any state land that never gets logged. That equipment sounds like it would be 60s vintage. Old, but workable. Too bad there isn't a plane or helicopter there, but I wonder what permits would be necessary to fly out over state land beside just the deeded road access.

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Just seems a bit expensive for only 120 acres and some old machines....found a nice 4 br/3.5 bath and 45+ acres in Idaho. I'm just waiting till the wife is ready to get out of California... or I'm going to get a VA loan and buy something anyway.

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Important questions that come to mind that should not be overlooked...

Water sources on the property?

Is property open enough to the wind for usable wind power sources?

Whom has the surface and the subterrain mineral rights?

Whom else has easements and deedable access? There are tracks and paths all over that place.

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Have no idea...that is why I posted the link to their website with the video about the property.

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I got ya... As I surf along in the other groups and places I go... if I find things of interest, I share them. May be someone's can of beer... may be not. ;-)

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