Fort Laramie WY Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Fort Laramie, WY is $100,700.
the county median home value of $177,400.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Fort Laramie, WY is $100,700.
Approximately 72.73% of Fort Laramie homes are owned,
compared to 7.58% rented, while
19.7% are vacant.
Fort Laramie real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Fort Laramie real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Lots of potential here. Large lot is over 1/3 acre. 2246 sq ft of living space. 2 car garage (20x35) with storage or workshop area. Needs TLC to make it a comfortable home it a quiet neighborhood. Mature trees to landscape around. Lingle school 10 minutes away. 20 miles to Torrington. A very economical way to get the space you need.
Beautiful property with main level living and incredible views. Wake up with the sun on the wrap around deck and enjoy the wildlife or picnics on the downstairs table. There's main level living in this 1 bedroom 1 bath open floor plan vaulted ceiling property. The basement is unfinished and rough in plumbed for an additional bathroom. It is large enough to create an additional bedroom and family room or an additional separate living quarters. The property could be a permanent living or vacation property.
This is a well maintained home with a RV park generating additional income. It is 3 bedroom, full master bath and a 3/4 bath with walk-in shower. The central air, furnace and roof were replaced in 2017. One of the garages is fully insulated and heated. Perfect for winter projects. Both garages have automatic doors and shelving for storage. Newer additional storage shed. 12x12 greenhouse and outdoor raised beds. All buildings have exterior motion sensor lights.
Run your cattle, build your homestead, hunt, all on 320 acres of native pasture and improved grass. Good stock well with solar system. Electricity to the property line. Wide open skies and views of mountains, gorgeous sunsets, and wildlife. Antelope, deer, occasional elk, and various birds live on and cross the property. Pasture is divided into two quarter sections. Borders year around maintained county road on a rural mail route. MINERAL RIGHTS: 1/2 of all mineral rights owned by Seller included.
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