Off the grid offering which include 317± acres combined with a 3 bd, 1 ba 1600± sf log home built in 1979. The home is sited overlooking Dry Creek which bisects the property and serves both stock and irrigation water. There is a pivot which covers 70± acres and is solar powered. Good production on the hay field and cross fenced for an efficiency of grazing on the pasture land. Elk are your resident neighbors and privacy is at the top of your perks, along with fabulous top of the world views. There is a reservoir which catches melting snowpack and overflow from the irrigation source. Improvements also include an Amish built timber frame barn which has a heated tack room and room for your off the grid battery collection which serves as the power source for both solar, wind, and propane generator. There is an old log homestead which could also be revived as a guest residence. This is not a property you would want to shuttle school age children to school daily.