Exquisite! That word porbably caome as close to describing this property as anything can. You really need to actuall walk upon this land to appreciate it, but short of paralleling Chief Crazy Horse's footsteps, this will have to suffice until you get here to see it.
This could be one of the most unique offerings anywhere in the West. When you think of prime, spectacular western properties, you'd probably imagine an end-of-the-road masterpiece where you're in your own paradise that has a sense of exclusivity yet it's inviting, relaxing and beautiful. It would be far enough away from civilization to have quiet enjoyment, yet close enough to afford you the amenities you expect. Welcome to the OH
This gem has historical significance in the Sheridan and Big Horn area. Once home to Chief Crazy Horse and then home to Oliver Henry "Noll" Wallop and his heirs, the OH has never had a building; just the Plains Indians, the Wallop family, horses, cattle and wildlife have enjoyed it. Now it awaits your lifestyle. With just over 200 total acres, the OH, nestled in the Trabing Creek drainage and bordered by conservation easements, is as good as it gets. VIEW VIDEO.