Callahan Addition of Warm Springs Subdivision

Lot 5B{2}

Lot 5A ( 5.35 Acres), Lot 5B  (4.99 Acres), Lot 6A (5.40 Acres), Lot 6B (3.93 Acres) Callahan Addition of Warm Springs subdivision. The four properties may purchased together for $380,000. Total acreage is 19.67 Acres. Owner financing is available with terms.
Teton Board of Realtors MLS #15-2082.

Lot 5B is the only property which can be purchased separately for $99,950.
Teton Board of Realtors MLS #15-2106.

This property is on a bench above the Wind River with beautiful views of the Upper Wind River Valley including Ramshorn Peak and the Absaroka Mountains, the picturesque red rock badlands, and verdant hay fields lining the Wind River. It is conveniently close to all town amenities yet private and spacious.

Dubois has been voted one of the “Best Rural Towns” by American Cowboy magazine

It offers a medical clinic, physical fitness center, grocery store, library, numerous dude ranches and a municipal airport. It is also home to the National Big Horn Sheep Interpretive Center, Dubois Museum, and the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center.

Commercial air service is available through Jackson and Riverton less than 100 miles away.

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.

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 providing unparalleled hunting, fishing, hiking, backcountry skiing and many more recreational opportunities.

Warm Springs Addition No. 1

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Total property taxes $1206, for 2017, for Lots 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B combined. (19.67 Acres)

Property taxes $304, for 2017, for Lot 5B (4.99 Acres)

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  1. No state income tax: No state tax on personal or corporate income.
  2. Dynasty trusts: You can shield your real estate from federal estate taxes for up to one thousand years. This trust must be administered in Wyoming.
    1. You can establish a trust in Wyoming for the benefit of your family or other beneficiaries.
    2. You can transfer your real estate into a Limited Liability Company or family trust, then, transfer it into the Dynasty Trust–which will continue for one thousand years. This can allow multiple generations to make use of and enjoy the property without having to pay estate taxes.
  3. No inheritance or estate tax: Wyoming repealed its estate tax January 1, 2005.
  4. No state gift tax: Real estate can be gifted to your heirs without having to pay a State gift tax.
  5. No tax on out-of-state retirement income: Wyoming does not tax retirement income which is earned outside of Wyoming.
  6. Low property taxes: Wyoming has low property taxes compared to other states.
  7. No excise taxes: Wyoming does not tax prescription drugs or food for home consumption.
  8. No tax on mineral ownership: Wyoming does not tax mineral ownership.
  9. No intangible taxes: Wyoming does not tax financial assets such as stocks and bonds.
  10. No tax on the sale of real estate

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Note: A tax planning professional should always be consulted to gain full understanding of the tax regulations as they pertain to your specific circumstances.

Dubois, Wyoming, and the surrounding lands, both private and public, provide excellent wildlife habitat and are home to Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, grizzly and black bears, coyotes and wolves, foxes, Bighorn sheep, mountain lions, and many more.

For the angler, there is excellent fishing in the nearby Wind River and its tributaries—Horse Creek, East Fork, Wiggins Fork–and in numerous mountain streams and lakes such as Brooks Lake, Pelham Lake, Wind River Lake, and Lake of the Woods. Cutthroat, brook, brown, and rainbow trout as well as mountain whitefish offer unlimited opportunities. Boysen Reservoir, 110 miles east, offers excellent year round fishing for many species including walleye, lingcod, perch, bluegills, and bass. To the west, Snake River, Buffalo Fork of the Snake River, Jackson Lake, and the many streams and rivers of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks await.

The Upper Wind River Valley offers a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities including horseback riding, hiking, biking, ATV, canoeing, camping, scenic drives, photography, wildlife viewing, big game hunting, fishing, geocaching, and rockhounding. Winter recreation includes ice fishing, snowmobiling, back country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Nearby Jackson Hole offers alpine skiing at two major resorts and summer whitewater rafting.