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Beaver Creek Cabin

Status: Sold
Acres: 20 +/-
Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Residential Property
Address: 50 Beaver Trail Road
City, State: Newcastle, Wyoming
County: Weston
ZIP Code: 82715
Lat/Long: 44.0289, -104.0895
Presented By: Jim Pederson
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,475
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Remote Black Hills property on 20 acres with live water in a picturesque canyon venue. The perfect recreational headquarters or family retreat with a spacious cabin set on a knoll above the creek. This out of the way location is a 20-minute drive from Mallo Camp and Black Hills National Forest lands.

Beaver Creek Cabin
Four Corners, Wyoming
20 acres - SOLD

Property and Terrain:  The property consists of 20 acres situated in Beaver Creek Canyon, with Stockade Beaver Creek winding through the meadow on the eastern side of the property. The western side ascends up the side of the canyon into a steep wooded hillside with rimrock ledges at the canyon rim. Pine and spruce forest covers the slope and offers a gorgeous backdrop for the cabin. In the valley, quaking aspen trees edge the meadow and the creek bottom is lined with willow trees. Colorful lilacs and a plethora of wildflowers are sprinkled in the pasture. This mountainous setting has elevations ranging from 5,420 feet near the stream to 5,600 on the western hillside above the cabin.

Buildings: The two-bedroom cabin has a story and one-half layout with an open floor plan well suited for retreats and vacations. Built in 1991, the cabin includes 1,575 square feet on the main level and 900 on the upper level. The main level features an open design through the kitchen, dining and living room areas. The galley style kitchen has a breakfast nook. The main level bedroom is next to a full bath. The second story is set up for guest quarters with family room, bedroom with balcony access, 3/4 bath and a large bonus room for hobbies or game area. Features include a natural stone fireplace, knotty pine plank floors, tongue in groove pine walls, soaring open beam ceilings, wrap around decking, new plumbing and electrical wiring in 2018, new furnace in 2016, and the cabin comes furnished. The cabin is situated at the edge of the forest overlooking the meadow where the creek flows through the valley.

Outbuildings: A detached two car garage is built into the hillside with a berm-like construction. Also has a shed for firewood storage.

Water:  A water well reported to be 80 feet deep supplies water to the cabin. The stream is a natural water source for area wildlife.

Covenants: The property does not have covenants.

Utilities: The property has electricity, propane and access to landline telephone.

Wildlife & Recreation:  This locale is in the middle of year-round Black Hills recreation. The surrounding area is prime habitat for a variety of wildlife including deer, elk, turkey, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, fox, eagles and hawks. Mallo Camp, trout fishing in Beaver Creek and access to hundreds of thousands of acres of Black Hills National Forest are all within a 20-minute drive of the property. Groomed snowmobile trails and cross-country ski trails begin at Mallo Camp and traverse throughout the Black Hills. This is an excellent location from which to experience the beauty and recreational amenities of the Black Hills. Click this link to view the area Public Lands Map. 

Access & Location:  From Beaver Creek Road the property is accessed via a private access easement on Parmlee Canyon Road, then Beaver Trail Road, with some portions of the roads being graveled and some portions being a two-track dirt trail. The access easement is shared with several other area properties. There is not a maintenance or snow removal agreement for the road. Beaver Trail Road runs through the property and provides access to other neighboring lands. From the property it is 1.5 miles to Beaver Creek Road, which is a county-maintained gravel road, then another 5.5 miles to paved Highway 85 at Four Corners.

Approximate mileage to nearby towns & destinations:

  • Four Corners, WY - 7 miles,
  • Mallo Camp - 7.5 miles,
  • LAK Reservoir - 16.5 miles,
  • Newcastle, WY - 22 miles,
  • Sundance, WY - 35 miles,
  • Devils Tower, WY - 62 miles,
  • Gillette, WY - 97 miles,
  • Deadwood, SD - 44 miles,
  • Custer, SD - 49 miles,
  • Spearfish, SD - 52 miles,
  • Rapid City, SD - 85 miles.

Remarks: This back-country setting offers a peaceful atmosphere for entertaining guests, relaxing and enjoying the best Black Hills recreation. Savor the seclusion among stunning Black Hills scenery with live water.

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