Whitetail Hills Cabin

Status: Under Contract
Price: $749,000
Acres: 156 +/-
Price Per Acre: $4,801
Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Residential Property
Address: 516 Goldie Divide Road
City, State: Hulett, Wyoming
County: Crook
ZIP Code: 82720
Lat/Long: 44.7901, -104.698
Presented By: Jim Pederson
Taxes: $2,587
Dwelling Sq Ft: 320


Northeastern Wyoming hunting cabin on 156 acres offering excellent wildlife habitat, beautiful scenery, incredible vistas and remote solitude offered by wide open spaces. The property has been improved and managed to enhance the wildlife environment and provide an enjoyable recreational experience. The log cabin and shop are situated to take in the views across the countryside, yet be easily accessible. Hunting blinds are in place and the tillable meadow lands offer a great place for food plots. Several ATV trails loop through the land for outdoor exploration in ease. A wonderful setting for a hunting base camp, vacation retreat or to establish a year-round home. Located in the foothills northwest of Hulett about a 20-minute drive.

Whitetail Hills Cabin
Hulett, Wyoming
156 acres - $749,000

Property: The property consists of 156.6 acres, which has been surveyed. The majority of the property is fenced. 

Terrain: The remarkable mixture of topography provides for a very scenic setting with great wildlife habitat and cover. High plateaus with timber descend into wide grassy meadows and hidden draws. Some old hay ground near the reservoir makes the perfect place for food plots. The hills are lined with pine, cedar and bur oak trees, and cottonwood trees are found around the pond. Native chokecherries, plum thickets and buffalo berries provide good browse for wildlife. Interesting rock outcroppings rim several ridges including the canyon area on the southern edge of the property. Panoramic long-range views of the surrounding Black Hills and Bear Lodge Mountains can be enjoyed throughout the property. Hunting blinds with towers are strategically placed in three separate locations. The elevation is in the range of 4,100 feet. 

Cabin & Shop:  The newer log cabin and shop are situated near the middle of the property on a sunny plateau with inspiring views across the country. Built in 2019 on piers, the 16' x 20' one-room cabin also has a loft sleeping area and the wood stove keeps it cozy. A covered deck runs full length of the northwest side. 

The 24' x 48' shop is just down the hill from the cabin. The shop has a cement floor and overhead doors on each end for easy center drive through with equipment and ATVs. Built-in shelves on two sides provide plenty of room for all of your hunting and recreational gear. 10' lean-to on two sides of the shop for extra covered storage. 

Water:   A water well drilled in 2021 and permitted at 220 feet is located near the buildings. Power has been run to the well and it has a frost-free hydrant near the wellhead. The well is not plumbed to the cabin or shop. Just north of the cabin there is a seasonal livestock reservoir in the valley. An intermittent drainage winds through one of the draws providing water for wildlife. 

Utilities: Electricity is installed, the provider is Powder River Energy. The power line has been run to the cabin, shop and water well. Cellphone service is available in several spots throughout the acreage. 

Covenants: The property does not have any covenants.

Additional Equipment and Personal Property: There is a tractor with loader, ATVs, riding mower, and other equipment currently on the property that may be purchased for a separate price. 

Wildlife: The area is prime habitat for Merriam Turkey, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, fox, eagles and hawks. More information is available at the Wyoming Game and Fish Website. https://wgfd.wyo.gov/hunting

Recreation: Recreational opportunities abound in northeastern Wyoming and the Black Hills region. Most of the major attractions in the Black Hills are within a two-hour drive of the property. It's within a 45-minute drive from Black Hills National Forest lands in the Bear Lodge Mountains, where access to hundreds of thousands of acres of public land can be enjoyed. Other nearby recreational destinations in Crook County include the world-class Devils Tower Golf Club located at Hulett, Devils Tower National Monument, and Keyhole Reservoir and State Park. The property is perfectly suited to experience the beauty and recreational amenities of the Black Hills. 

Access and Location:

From Hulett there are two routes into the property. The shorter distance is 12 miles on mostly gravel roads. The other route is about 17.2 miles via paved Highway 112, then Strawberry Hill Road #220 and Goldie Divide Road #32. A private 40' access easement road leads from Goldie Divide Road for about 8/10th of a mile to the west side of the property. This access road is shared with neighboring properties. 

Approximate Mileage to nearby towns and destinations:

  • Hulett, WY - 17.2 miles,
  • Devils Tower - 27 miles,
  • Sundance, WY - 52 miles,
  • Gillette, WY - 85 miles,
  • Spearfish, SD - 69 miles,
  • Deadwood, SD - 85 miles,
  • Rapid City, SD - 109 miles,
  • Broadus, MT - 86 miles,
  • Sheridan, WY - 189 miles,
  • Casper, WY - 215 miles,
  • Denver, CO - 415 miles.   

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