Pending Continue to Show–36 Stoney Point Road–Wild Rose Ranch, Lot 2–List $670,000

Property Summary

Pending Continue to Show
List $670,000
MLS of the Teton Board of Realtors #16-1379

This enchanting estate features a historic 5400 sq. ft. log home on 11.24 Acres including over 500 feet of willow-lined Wind River frontage. Once owned by the Disney family, it is located less than 6 miles west of Dubois, WY on the former Wild Rose Ranch for which the current three-property subdivision is named.  The well-maintained 7 Bedroom/ 6 Bathroom home is shaded by large, mature Spruce trees. It is surrounded by quiet, peaceful outdoor spaces including large lawns with aspen groves, a spring-fed pond, mature Cottonwood trees, and the signature wild roses. Horses are allowed; and fenced, irrigated pastureland can be viewed from the home’s two covered porches with sweeping vistas of the Upper Wind River mountain range beyond. It is easily accessible year round. Entering the property through the gently curving driveway, one can leave the cares of the world behind. This self-sufficient property also includes a detached three-stall garage, productive vegetable garden and greenhouse, and, currently, a chicken house w/ fenced run. For irrigation purposes, it holds excellent water rights for the spring-fed pond as well as the Shapo irrigation ditch. A new well was recently drilled for domestic water purposes and a whole-home, state-of-the-art Aquasana filtration system installed.

It provides rich habitat for the abundant species of wildlife which share the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem including mule deer, elk, moose, pronghorn, numerous small animal, songbird, waterfowl, and trout species. Shoshone National Forest and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands are minutes away. Grand Teton N.P. and the southern entrance to Yellowstone N.P., Jackson Hole, and Jackson Hole airport are a scenic 1.5+ hours drive. Protective Covenants apply.

Lots 2 — $670,000
11.24 Acres, 5400 sq. ft. log home, Wind River frontage

Lot 1– can only be purchased with the purchase of Lot 2 — $225,000
3.96  Acres, 1632 sq. ft. Equipment Storage Building, 1216 sq. ft. Log Barn, &
336 sq. ft. Loafing Shed

Lot 3 — $189,500
5.49 Acres, Wind River frontage
MLS of the Teton Board of Realtors Listing #15-1720

Aerial Map of Wild Rose Ranch

Historic Log Home, Swedish Cope style, Built in 1937
Once owned by the Disney Family which added the West Wing
3400 Sq. Ft. above grade, 1156 sq. ft. basement
L-shaped, two story with partial basement
Metal roof



Living Room with Wet Bar and ¾ Bathroom, approximately  23 ft. 6 in. X 41 ft.
Wood Ceiling, Log truss and purlins
Large, custom stone chimney with firewood cache accessible to outside
Wood burning stove insert
Built-in book shelf
Spacious sitting area
Wet bar
Built-in Closet
¾ Bathroom
Large windows on N & S walls for natural lighting and beautiful views
Shaded by mature Spruce trees

Double doors lead to Great Room, approximately 22 ft. 7 in. X 31 ft. 4 in.
Great Room consists of a Sitting Area, Two Dining  Areas, and a Kitchen

Sitting Area
Stone hearth with wood burning stove
Wood flooring and paneling

Dining Areas
One dining area with a large window and double doors which lead to a covered porch    (approximately 16 ft. X 10 ft.) and screened porch (approximately 17 ft. 9 in. X 13 ft. 4 in.) and views of the yards and Wind River Valley.
A second dining area has wood flooring and large windows on the N and W.
Both porches have lights, room for a BBQ grill and ample seating, steps leading to the back yard, and beautiful views of the horse pastures and valley.

Center Butcher’s Block
Large Breakfast Bar/Counter Space
Double Sink
Dishwasher, Range/Oven, Hood over main stove, Refrigerator, Second Oven
Overhead cupboards

From the Kitchen, there is a hallway which leads to a pantry door, a double entry with a built-in closet. The double entry has a door leading to a small porch/steps and a window overlooking a fenced yard and a spring-fed pond. There is also a door to the basement.

A hallway with wood flooring and paneling leads from the Great Room to the West Wing which offers four Bedrooms including the Master Bedroom suite.

Master Bedroom, approximately 16 ft. 10 in. X 19 ft. 3 in.
Located at the end of the West Wing, very private
Cathedral Ceiling
Wood paneling
Electric Baseboard heat and small wood burning stove with tile hearth
Large windows on the S and W overlooking the tranquil lawns, wild roses, and aspen grove.
Spacious room for bed and other furnishings
Overhead fan
Sheltered by mature Cottonwoods and Spruce trees along  Stoney Point Rd.
Two built-in closets and a walk-in closet

Full Bathroom, approximately 12 ft. 3 in. X 10 ft.
Built-in closet
New granite vanity counter
New slate tile flooring

Bedroom #1, approximately 10 ft. X 14 ft. 4 in.
Wood paneling
Window with views of mature Spruce trees
Entry door to ¾ Bathroom

Bedroom #2, approximately 13 ft. 9 in. X 11 ft. 6 in.
Wood paneling
Window with views of the back yard
Entry door to ¾ Bathroom

¾ Bathroom #1, approximately 4 ft. 10 in. X 8 ft. 5 in.
Window overlooking back yard

Bedroom #3, approximately 12 ft. 10 in. X 13 ft. 9 in.
Wood paneling
Two closets
Large window overlooks fenced yard to the West and spring-fed pond
Adjacent to anther ¾ Bathroom

¾ Bathroom #2, approximately 4 ft. 11 in. X 7 ft. 8 in.
Window with views to the west.

A stairway in the West Wing hallway leads to the second story where there are two Bedrooms and a 3/4 Bathroom

Bedroom #1 Upstairs, approximately 13 ft. 9 in. X 13 ft. 3 in.
Dormer windows on the east and west for natural day lighting
Electric baseboard heat

Bedroom #2 Upstairs, approximately 18 ft. 11 in. X 13 ft. 9 in.
Dormer windows on the east and west for natural day lighting

3/4 Bathroom Upstairs

A hallway between the two bedrooms offers two closets

Basement includes a Laundry Room, a Bedroom, an unfinished Bedroom, a Bathroom, Pantry and Storage area

Laundry Room, approximately 9 ft. 4 in. X 14 ft. 2 in.
Freshly painted
Double sink, abundant counter space and cabinets
Maytag Washer and Dryer
90 Gallon Marathon Hot Water Heater
Pressure Tank
Water Filters
Storage shelves and work bench
Cement floor with drain

Bedroom, approximately 14 ft. 1 in. X 13 ft.
Daylight window
Electric baseboard heat
Adjacent to Full Bathroom, approximately 5 ft. X 7 ft. 9 in.

Unfinished Bedroom, approximately 17 ft. 4 in. X 14 ft. 8 in.
Walk-in closet
Two daylight windows

There is a newly-installed whole-home, state-of-the-art, Aquasana water filtration system.

Additional Pantry/cold cellar
Additional Storage Space

Three stall, detached log Garage including one double-wide overhead door and two standard overhead doors

The grounds are landscaped and well-maintained with beautiful flower beds.

There is a large, bountiful garden which produces lettuce and leafy greens, potatoes, zucchini, and herbs, and a greenhouse which produces tomatoes and cucumbers. There is also a chicken house, on skids, and a fenced chicken run. All are within a short walk from the house and are sheltered by mature Cottonwood trees.

Large Cottonwood trees and aspen groves shelter the property on the West and provide excellent privacy. Mature Spruce trees shade the house front and back.

Horse pastures to the east are fenced and cross-fenced.

Spring-fed pond for irrigation and domestic watering.

Water Rights

Master Bathroom remodel includes new carpet,  new tile, bathtub-shower upgrade
New carpet in Living Room and Bedrooms 2,  3, and 4 on ground level
Kitchen remodel
Authentic stone work around perimeter of the home
New domestic water well
New Aquasana whole house water filtration system

Lots  2 — 2017 Taxes:    $3,136

Wild Rose Ranch is located on property which was originally owned by John Burlingham—whose family is thought to be the first of European descent to settle near Dubois.

Foster Scott and his wife, Marie, purchased the property and built the main log home in 1938 and named the property the MJ Ranch. Foster Scott was born in 1888, in Greenleaf Kansas and moved to Wyoming at a young age. (Dubois Area History, Mary Allison). He was an early day cattleman in the Basin, WY and Dubois areas. He was the foreman for the American Cattle Company in 1916. He was also a well-known Dude rancher and operated the Diamond G Guest Ranch for many years. He was a member of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission and served as a Fremont County Commissioner.

In 1959, Scott sold the ranch to Leon and Louise Cook, who operated the ranch for several years. The Cooks sold the property to Retlaw Enterprises, in 1967. “Retlaw” is “Walter” spelled backward. It was a privately held company owned by the heirs of Walt Disney. Sharon Disney Lund spent part summers at the ranch and remodeled and refurbished the large log home. She also added a west wing which housed a large master bedroom, dressing room, and master bath.

In 1979, the ranch was sold to Emery Tomlinson and he kept the main log house, adding on a large game room and a three-car detached garage.

Each of the property’s owners has maintained and contributed to the home and property, caring for the land and the buildings.

Dubois is located in the Upper Wind River Valley of west central Wyoming in the eastern foothills of the Continental Divide at 7000 feet elevation. It enjoys a dry climate with a large percentage of sunny days per year.

Dubois is a gateway community to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The Fitzpatrick, Washakie and Teton Wilderness areas and Shoshone National Forest encircle the area offering unparalleled hunting, fishing, hiking, backcountry skiing and many more recreational opportunities.

The area is home to the largest herd of Bighorn sheep in the lower 48 states. It is also home to several thousand Rocky Mountain elk which winter here. Photographers and wildlife watchers can view grizzly and black bears, Bighorn sheep, moose, mule deer, whitetail deer, wolves, foxes, Pronghorn (antelope), mountain lions, Trumpeter swans, Canadian geese and many species of small animals, ducks, songbirds, and fish.

Excellent fishing is available in the Wind River and its tributaries, ‘also in numerous mountain lakes and streams. Cutthroat, brook, German brown, and rainbow trout as well as mountain whitefish provide exciting opportunities.

Lot 2 —  11.24 Acres Asking price, $670,000

Lot 1 — 3.96 Acres can only be purchased with the purchase of Lot 2.
Asking price, $225,000

Lot 3 — 5.49 Acres with approximately 600 feet of Wind River frontage can be purchased separately. MLS of the Teton Board of Realtors Listing #15-1720, Asking price $189,500.

Water Rights
Water Rights

Irrigation water is supplied through the Shapo ditch, original Wyoming adjudication #3126, April 18, 1901, of 0.38 CFS for 28 acres with an additional appropriation #6268 Encl., July 13, 1966 of 1.16 CFS for 81.2 Acres.

The pond/reservoir Permit #13003 is for 0.48 acre-feet and is supplied by alluvial flow of the Big Wind River and Carey Spring.