The massive Lazy Moose Ranch in Wilson, Wyo. is over five thousand square feet of historic beauty. With mountain views, plenty of creekside land and immaculate interior design, the ranch is a truly impressive piece of real estate.
The Lazy Moose Ranch sits on 128 acres of land. Despite the remote feel to the residence, it’s actually located only one mile north of the town of Wilson. The main lodge sits right along the edge of Fish Creek.
The property is home to tons of wildlife so visits from swans, moose and geese are not uncommon. Because of this, getting a nature fix at the ranch is easy.
Whether the Western countryside is blanketed in sunshine or snow, the views are always incredible. As a result, there is no wrong time of year to pay a visit.
The lodge itself is just as breathtaking as the surrounding nature. The first thing guests often fall in love with upon visiting is this dreamy patio. It’s perfect for relaxing outside while enjoying a meal or bonfire.
There is also an upper patio that allows for a panoramic view of the ranch.
The inside of the home is bound to make anyone jealous. First of all, everything is covered in wood, which gives the ranch a rustic and inviting style. You’d have to be crazy to resist cozying up in this living room.
Also, there is an incredible amount of room for visitors. For example, the main dining room can accommodate up to ten guests at the table.
In total, there are five spacious bedrooms, which are carefully adorned with cabin-themed decor.
The master bedroom is equally as cozy as the rest of the home. In addition to a fireplace, it is complete with its own private bathroom.
There is also a library for ranch visitors who need some quiet time.
In addition to the magnificent main residence, there are multiple guest cabins located throughout the property. Some of the cabins were reclaimed from other Jackson Hole properties. This adds a unique aspect of history to the ranch.
It would be pretty much impossible to get bored while visiting because the Lazy Moose Ranch also includes a greenhouse, heated horse barn and climbing gym.
Oh, and this property also includes the best man cave you’ll ever see. The saddle stools are a great place to rest and have a drink after a long day exploring outdoors.
This ranch has it all: both mountain and creekside views, state of the art appliances and an enormous amount of space. As a result, it comes with a hefty price tag. In total, the property costs $17.5 million.
For more information, visit Sotheby’s International Realty.