General Information

This large forty acre property in Southern Wyoming is located a little over an hour from the town of Riner. It is a mostly flat property with open terrain. The physical roads are located 1300 feet East or 1600 feet South of the Southeast corner of the property. The land does have legal access, you would just have to put in a physical road over the easement.

  • Property Number 8564
  • Size 40.00 Acres
  • Dimensions 1320' x 1320'
  • County Sweetwater
  • State Wyoming
  • Farming
  • Recreational
  • Offthegrid
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): R0126836
  • Road Access: Access Nearby
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: The Southwest One-Quarter of the Northeast One-Quarter (SW ¼ NE ¼) Section 13, Township 22 North, Range 92 West of the 6th Principal Meridian in Sweetwater County, State of Wyoming. Surface rights only. Reserving a 30 foot easement from the perimeter for ingress and egress.
  • Dimensions: 1320' x 1320'
  • Zoning: Not Zoned / Unclasified
  • Zoning Code: MU-160 (Multiple Use District)
  • Zoning Definition: MU-160 (Multiple Use District): Accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to permitted agricultural use are allowed. Accessory buildings for other uses allowed. Agriculture, including grazing, pasturing, raising and marketing of animals is allowed per county regulations. Dwellings allowed with county approval.

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