240 acres, located 1 1/2 hours from Cheyenne, is 15 minutes from Glendo Reservoir and a short drive to the Laramie Peak Unit. Versatility appropriately describes this property, ideally suited for a multitude of uses. This offering includes a beautiful 3550 square foot log and timber home, multiple building sites, equestrian facilities, and over 20 outbuildings, many of which are fully appointed, can be used for residence, entertaining, or organized group activities. Abundant water from the 7 wells on the property provide both good domestic water and plenty for irrigation and livestock. The main residence, built in 2003, is a custom 3 bedroom, 2 bath contemporary western log home. The floor plan is both open and inviting, with a large, modern kitchen, beautiful stone fireplace, and a luxurious sunken tub in the master bath's privacy suite. The 672 square foot, 3 car garage has the potential of a creating a guest accomodation above. Garden space and fenced, irrigated lawn and pasture wrap the residence. The back acreage is shaded by a canopy of mature cottonwood trees in the creek bottom. The ranch was established as a camp and retreat and includes equestrian amenities as well as ample space for hosting and housing guests. Pipe corrals, 960 square foot hay barn, loafing sheds have all been well maintained and are ready for use. The lodge facility has a commercial kitchen with walk-in refrigerator, 30'x48' dining room, a meeting room of the same size, and bathrooms with showers. The dining hall, large indoor gathering space, and over a dozen individual and family quarters lend this facility to riding events or multi-day equestrian clinics. The log cabin on the western boundary, and a 3 bedroom, 2 bath guest house are ready for visitors. At the southern end of the lot, the original rock homestead, built in 1892 stands next to the creek under the cottonwoods. Across the creek is an 8 space RV pavillion, with power on site, developed for the 2017 solar eclipse.