11450 Zero Road Casper WY 82604
Update 4 bed 2 bath County Home
11450 Zero Road Casper WY is set on 15 acres and just minutes from town, this is a must-see home for anyone craving peaceful rural living without compromising on convenience.
There’s room for the equine-enthusiast to keep their horses while 12 acres are irrigated and produce 2-3 tons of alfalfa per acre, per year. The home is spacious and beautifully presented, ready for the lucky new owners to simply move in and make it their own.
A range of comfortable gathering spaces await including a formal dining room and an expansive living room while the cozy family room is warmed by a fireplace.
Perfect farmhouse kitchen with an abundance of hickory cabinet. stainless steel appliances. Family and friends will want to gravitate here. All four bedrooms are large plus there are two tiled bathrooms with a separate shower and tub.
A remodeled basement offers additional living space plus there’s a second fireplace, newer carpet and a two-car garage.
Adding even further appeal to this must-see property are two outbuildings and the large 40×64 Cleary post frame shop with stubs in for a bathroom.
11450 Zero Road, Casper, WY, 82604, United States.
Friends, this rural property can be yours.
– Make your life’s memories here.
– Hi, I’m Alisha Collins with RE/MAX The Group and The Alisha Collins Real Estate Team.
– And I am Dylan and today I will be Alisha’s assistant.
– We are at 11450 Zero Road. This rural property is beyond amazing and we cannot wait to show you around. Should we show them around?
– Lets do it.
– If the outside wasn’t enough, wait til you see the inside.
– This home is four bedrooms, two bathrooms, an attached two car garage, and over 3,600 square feet. Lets go inside! Welcome to the sun room with amazing views of the mountain.
– With all you adults working at home, this would be the perfect office.
– Yes, it would!
– Alisha, this is the perfect farmhouse kitchen!
– Isn’t it? In the country, we don’t usually see kitchens like this. There is so much storage and wouldn’t it be fun to make Christmas cookies here?
– And, friends and family can gather. I think people are going to gravitate towards this amazing kitchen, don’t you?
– Formal dining is off the kitchen, which leads in to the large family room that has a wood-burning insert. The master bedroom could be either upstairs or downstairs. Upstairs it is attached to the bathroom, and there is an additional bedroom.
– So, what’s your favorite part of this house do you think so far?
– The barn.
– I know, isn’t it cool?
– Just look at this amazing shot! Sixty by forty four feet. Isn’t it the perfect shop for rural life? A 200 amp service, concrete, and even stub outs for water and sewer for a mother-in-law apartment if you need it.
– Do you know what the top of that is called?
– A cupola. The part that sticks up that makes it look kind of barn-like. How many horses do you think you could feed out here?
– That might be a little much, but it grows alfalfa and grass.
– It actually makes two to three tons of hay per year.
– Wow! Looks like the horse is talking to you.
– Yeah, so you could feed your horses by what you produce out here.
– Yeah, that’s cool.
– And over there, see all those pipes? That is gated pipe and the gravity pulls the water from the irrigation down the pasture.
– That is amazing!
– That’s how all this grass and alfalfa grows. And its such good alfalfa that he got it certified a couple years ago.
– Come on, Alisha! You have to see the rest of this house.
– Show me, show me!
– Isn’t this family room amazing? This wood stove is used all the time to heat this home up. And this master bedroom is sure to please.
– This is a rural home’s dream. This laundry has lots of storage, and has plenty of room for everything.
– There’s something calming about country life, something that soothes your soul. A getaway from the hustle and bustle in town. A place where memories are made. Memories that are made in a home are so heart warming. Think about the memories that are made on rural property. Maybe riding a horse for the first time, riding a horse to release stress, or practicing before a competition. Helping your kids with their 4-H projects. Building work ethic. Splitting wood for cold nights around a fire. Hiding Easter eggs for kids to find. The kids waiting for Santa to come down the chimney. Riding bikes, sledding, driving a tractor, putting up the hay that you grew all summer.
– We want you, and your horses-
– And your dogs!
– To love where they live.
– See ya soon!