The Landeck Property is a 451± deeded acre block of excellent grasslands, straddling Collins Road. The terrain consists of rolling hills, draws, and gently sloping rangeland. The property grows good hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle. Watering the ranch is a well and two reservoirs scattered throughout the property, providing water sources for livestock and wildlife.
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Auction Date and Location:
- Tuesday, November 14th at 10:00 AM MT
- Held at The Prime Rib
1205 S. Douglas Hwy, Gillette, WY 82716
- Wednesday, October 18th from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM MT
- Meet an auction representative to learn more about the property and auction process
- Held on the Property. Meet at the Tract 1 entrance road.
Just the Facts
- 451± deeded acres
- Offered in two tracts and combinations
- Excellent hard grass country, known for putting exceptional weight gains on livestock
- Good antelope and deer hunting
- Solid water developments, with a well and two reservoirs
- 16 miles north of Gillette
- Easy access off Highway 59 and Collins Road
- All mineral rights owned by the Seller will convey
The property is a contiguous block of grasslands that is well suited for a small ranch or rural residence. There is a host of wildlife occupying the property, including good populations of pronghorn antelope, mule deer, sage grouse, and Hungarian partridge.
In a time of great cattle prices and a solid real estate market, the Landeck Property is a solid offering. There is little inventory of available properties, especially ones without unwanted improvements. The property grows good hard grasses and is well watered, providing the perfect recipe for great livestock gains and forage for wildlife.
Tract 1Ranch | Gillette, WYDeeded Acres376±
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)Deeded Acres: 376±Total Leased Acres: 0±Total Acres: 376±
Tract Specific Documents
Tract 2Ranch | Gillette, WYDeeded Acres75±
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)Deeded Acres: 75±Total Leased Acres: 0±Total Acres: 75±
Tract Specific Documents
- Stock Reservior (P7140) - T2.pdf Download
The property is located in northern Campbell County, 16 miles north of Gillette. The property can be easily accessed from Wyoming Highway 59 by heading northeast on county maintained, Collins Road.
- T53N R72W Sec 31: SW4, SW4NW4, SW4SE4
- T52N R72W Sec 6: W2NE4, E2NW4, NW4NW4
- Tract 1: All Parts West of Collins Road
- Tract 2: All Parts East of Collins Road
This area of Wyoming is known for large blocks of grazing land. All sides of the property are adjacent to large cattle ranches however, there are smaller acreage, rural residential parcels in close proximity, to the south and west. The area is known for its excellent grazing lands and plentiful pronghorn and mule deer.
Because of its elevation, Wyoming has a relatively cool climate. The average high temperature in the summer months is around 90 degrees and the average low temperature for the winter months is 15 degrees. Summer nights are almost invariably cool, even though daytime readings may occasionally reach above 90 degrees. In the wintertime, it is characteristic to have rapid and frequent changes between mild and cold spells. The winter months at the property can expect periods of drifting and blowing snow. Average annual precipitation is 15 inches.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
- 451± deeded acres
- Tract 1: 376± deeded acres
- Tract 2: 75± deeded acres
The property is essentially unimproved. This is refreshing in this day of massive homes built to another’s taste. The only improvements are for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is perimeter fenced with a water well and two reservoirs.
There is a good distribution of water throughout the property. The heart of the water system is a well, additionally, the ranch has two reservoirs for additional water sources.
All mineral rights owned by the Seller will convey to the Buyer at closing.
Based on past years, the real estate taxes are estimated to run about $477 per year.
The property offers a good cross-section of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, sage grouse, and Hungarian partridge. The ranch is also in close proximity to both the Bighorn Mountains and the Black Hills which offer elk hunting and excellent trout fishing.
The property has historically been utilized for summer grazing. The Sellers typically lease to a neighboring ranch that stocks the property with cow/calf pairs from May through October.
Summary of Terms:
- A 10% earnest money deposit of the purchase price will be due immediately from all successful bidders.
- The property is being sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” and without any contingencies, including financing.
- Closing will be set 30 days from the auction date or as soon thereafter as closing documents are available.
- Broker participation is available. Contact our auction office for details.
- Preliminary Commitment.pdf Download
- Tax Report & Estimate.pdf Download
- Real Estate Disclosures.pdf Download
- Property Maps.pdf Download
- Soil Map & Report.pdf Download
- Mineral Memorandum.pdf Download
- LandeckProperty - Announcements - Draft.pdf Download
- LandeckProperty - PurchaseAgreement - Draft.pdf Download
Look for tract specific documents under the ‘Tracts’ tab
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