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About Wyoming Real Estate Communities

There are a ton of wonderful communities in Wyoming! Browse through this list of communities to find one that suits you! If you find a community you like, or want to learn more about an area, fill out the form or call (307)209-4952.

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Sheridan, Wyoming

The City of Sheridan is the county seat and the hub of activity for Sheridan County. Conveniently located adjacent to I-90, Sheridan is just 30 miles from the intersection of Interstate 90 with Interstate 25, 124 miles southeast of Billings, Montana; 264 miles west of Rapid City, South Dakota and 442 miles north of Denver, Colorado.

Its small town charm and stunning mountain views make Sheridan a destination for outdoor enthusiasts and those who appreciate old world charm!

Big Horn, Wyoming

The town of Big Horn is located at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 10 miles south of the county seat of Sheridan.

Small ranches are still the primary part of the Big Horn community, However subdivisions are starting to increase as families and retirees move to the area seeking a more relaxed, rural lifestyle. Children attend school in Big Horn on a single campus with a elementary school, middle school, and high school, all newly built in 2011-12. In 2011, the Big Horn High School was named as one of only 233 “Blue Ribbon Schools” by the U.S. Department of Education.

A great day in Big Horn would include a visit to the Bozeman Museum, the Brinton Museum, lunch at the Big Horn Mercantile,  and a nightcap at the Last Chance Bar. Big Horn also provides access to Red Grade Road, a steep dirt track that opens access to the Big Horn Mountains and the Cloud Peak Wilderness.

Story, Wyoming

The community of Story is just 20 minutes south of Sheridan, but worlds apart from the “busyness” of the city. Nestled in the pines between North and South Piney Creeks, this community has long been a favorite summer retreat of locals and visitors alike. Abundant wildlife and peaceful scenery are a part of everyday life in Story.

It is home to the Wagon Box Fight monument and is near Ft. Phil Kearny and the site of the Battle of the Hundred in the Hands, both important Native American battlefields. Fort Phil Kearny was built in 1866 as one of three military posts established along the Bozeman Trail, providing a cutoff from the Oregon Trail.  

The outdoors play a major role in life in Story. Piney Creek is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Wyoming’s finest rock-climbing destinations, while fishing and hunting have been popular here for generations. 

Buffalo, Wyoming

Buffalo, Wyoming is nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains.

Buffalo’s main street has more than a dozen historic buildings, including the Occidental Hotel and the impressive Jim Gatchell Museum that has over 15,000 artifacts from the American Old West. Many other Wyoming historical sites are just a short drive from Buffalo including Fort Phil Kearney, Fetterman’s Massacre Site, Wagon Box Fight and the infamous “Hole in the Wall”- the hideout of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid along with the rest of the “Wild Bunch.” 

Buffalo is just a short drive to skiing, boating, camping, hunting, fishing, guest ranches, lakes, streams, and mountains.  It is a sportsman’s paradise with an abundance of spectacular scenery, wildlife, fascinating frontier heritage and outdoor recreation. 

Ranchester, Wyoming

The town of Ranchester is located 9 miles south of the Montana border beneath a panoramic central view of the Big Horn Mountains. U.S. Highway 14 west of Ranchester leads to the mountains and onward to Yellowstone National Park. The county of Sheridan lies just 12 miles to the south.

This quiet town on the banks of the Tongue River is gaining popularity as a retirement destination. With amenities including city water, sewer and garbage services, a bank, post office (no home delivery), active community center, community library, fishing pond, state park, and a museum, Ranchester has much to offer for retirees and young families alike.

Interested in buying a home in one of these communities? Then contact Bobbie Jean today!