Welcome home to this established 40-acre horse property located in the heart of Big Horn, Wyoming's thriving polo community, just 1.5 miles from the world class polo fields. This expansive property is unlike any other, set against the backdrop of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains. The home and immediate yard are nestled in a secluded park-like setting with cottonwoods above and the bubbling sound of Kruse Creek that runs through the property, setting the perfect scene for morning coffee or sunsets on the covered front porch. The historic three bedroom, two bath home was built in 1920, and while it has been updated over the past century, many of the original details have been kept intact, including the original rock fireplace, doors and windows. The warmth of the deep brown craftsman style trim and maple wood floors enhance the main living space, including the formal dining room, where you will also find a grand bookcase which is a relic from the Sheridan Carnegie Library. Each of the three bedrooms are located on the upper level where you will find an original built-in bookshelf in each one and decorative designs on their wood floors, continued illustrations of the historic charm of the home. The paved driveway was designed with convenience and low-maintenance in mind, and at the curve of the turnaround sits a 900 sq ft, 2-stall detached garage that is deep enough to fit two long bed pickups and still has plenty of room for additional storage. As a long-standing horse property, it boasts several amenities that will allow you to create your own equestrian heaven, including a 6-stall horse barn, corrals, fenced riding arena, and three pastures, all with water access. There are also two supplementary barns and two sheds for additional livestock use and equipment storage, and all but one have electricity, making nightly tasks a little bit easier. To top it all off, there is an irrigated hay meadow that produces approximately 20+ tons of hay annually, and a 28'x32' hay barn to store it in. There will never be a lack of water on this luscious parcel with one house and two stock wells, the spring-fed Kruse Creek which runs year-round, and long-standing documented water rights that remain with the property. Because of the natural habitat that has been preserved on this property and those around it, you won't have to look far to find plenty of native wildlife. Simply look out your window or walk out your back door and be greeted by a variety of animals including deer and wild turkeys, just to name a few. It's perfect for the wildlife watcher and hunter, alike, and for those who enjoy marksmanship, there is a gun bay for safely discharging firearms without disturbing the wildlife or the neighbors. With the property already conveniently ready for your horses, the low maintenance of the steel exterior home, and the close vicinity to the Big Horn polo fields, this would make the perfect property for year-round or seasonal polo players! All measurements are approximate.