There is so much to love about this recently sold custom-built log cabin on 19-plus acres located in Cody, Wyoming. You are sure to be inspired by the one-bedroom, a 619-square-foot cabin that sits on a 19.28-acre lot. Built-in 2002 the cabin sits in the most scenic valley of Northwest Wyoming where you can wake up every day in awe of the magnificent views of landscape and mountains outside your windows. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV This is the perfect cabin if you enjoy making memories by spending time outdoors, an excellent property no matter the time of year. If you owned a property such as this you could explore the nearly 20 acres of rolling landscape or enjoy over a mile of private access to Whit Creek just outside of your log home, delve into National Forest through private access available to owners of the subdivision.
This property provides the perfect location for horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and so much more. To top it all off, this log home is only minutes away from Yellowstone National Park, the Sleeping Giant ski area, and public access to the Shoshone River and Buffalo Bill Reservoir. This quaint one-bedroom, one-bathroom log cabin sits on one of 2 building lots with unlimited potential for the location of a large home or another log cabin. The log cabin was custom built by Randy Olson and trimmed by Nick Randol, this log cabin offers 10 Canadian logs, a metal roof, wood windows and wrap on 2 sides porch. The main heat source includes a very efficient gas wall heater, yet if you prefer the ambiance of a real fire, you can enjoy the wood stove. 1, 200 square foot shop with an upstairs office space offers plenty of workspace for all of your projects or your RV. One of the best parts of this property is that the acreage is partially fenced and there is also a fenced dog run. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION End your day enjoying spectacular sunsets from your patio.
Cody is a small Wyoming frontier town with immense natural beauty and cultural attractions. The town was built by the legendary showman William Buffalo Bill Cody in the late 19th century, this Old West town is more than just a gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Cody is located 52 miles from the east entrance to the country's first National Park, offering an authentic western experience. Cody has several exciting things to do, including the world-class Buffalo Bill Center of the West, a rodeo, reenactments, and a fascinating living history museum with frontier buildings.
You can raft the Shoshone River, venture out to the range to see wild mustangs, and end the day with dinner at the iconic Irma Hotel and the country music show nearby. This Rodeo Capital of the World has a walkable downtown teeming with cowboy apparel stores, galleries, and fantastic restaurants. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is a Smithsonian-affiliated center that has five museums under one roof. You can learn all about the extraordinary life of the founder of Cody and his rip-roaring Wild West show at the Buffalo Bill Museum, featuring interactive exhibits and multimedia presentations.