Located approximately 2 hours north of Denver, Colorado, and 25 minutes east of Laramie, Wyoming, is the 750-acre Windsong Ranch. A secluded western retreat with direct access to the Medicine Bow National Forest, the ranch offers a unique blend of rich riparian corridors, mountain views and dramatic rocky outcrops. The well-built 2BR/1BA log home features a wrap-around deck overlooking one of the ranchs several ponds. Though simple in its design, the home is warm and welcoming with a wood-burning stove, propane furnace, private well and a Cheyenne telephone land-line. The adjacent log cabin is equipped with a land-line telephone, satellite Wi-Fi and custom office cabinetry with desk space ideal for a workplace that could be expanded to serve as additional lodging. In addition, there is a site on the property that is pre-wired for a larger home. The current and original owners of Windsong rely exclusively on year-round solar and wind power, with a back-up diesel generator, however public electricity could be accessed to service the property. South Crow Creek, home to wily brook trout, traverses the property for 1 mile providing the aesthetic beauty of live water. The ranch enjoys frequent visits from elk, antelope, mule deer, moose and wild turkeys, along with abundant songbirds. The Windsong Ranch represents an ideal blend of live water, direct access to seemingly infinite public lands and nearby recreational attractions, and self-sufficiency, while being in close proximity to Cheyenne, Laramie, Fort Collins and 2 hours from Denver.