Country Homes for Sale in Wyoming
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Wyoming is a mecca for fly-fishers looking to cast for trophy brook trout, brown trout, rainbows, and native cutthroat trout in the state's 27,000 miles of blue-ribbon fishable streams. The state also boasts more than 22 species of game fish, including sunfish, crappie, yellow perch, whitefish, pike, and sturgeon. Based on recent Lands of America data, Wyoming ranks sixth in the country for the combined acreage currently available for sale in the state. The overall value of farms and ranches for sale in the state amounts to around $3 billion, and covers approximately 1 million acres. Of all the counties in Wyoming, Lincoln County has the most farms, ranches, hunting land and other land for sale. Looking at data recently recorded through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program, the most land and rural property sales were recorded in Park County. Some suggested agricultural applications for land currently listed for sale in Wyoming include for livestock, timber, aquaculture, or irrigation use. Outdoors enthusiasts can hunt for wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, ducks, geese, and bear on land for sale here, while fishing enthusiasts can cast for trout, bass, and catfish. The country's least populated state, Wyoming jumps to the top of rankings for the best places to retire for its mix of favorable tax policies, low crime rates and high quality of living?a picture that's bolstered by wide-open, epic landscapes that include Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. Based on Lands of America data, Wyoming's average price per acre for property and land for sale make it one of the country's ten cheapest states in which to buy land. Prices, however, will vary significantly by county, with real estate in counties like Park and Lincoln counties being well above the statewide average on account of their proximity to the amenities and natural attractions of towns including Jackson and Cody, Wyoming.