The 5-bedroom, 4-bath 2,800 square foot space on a beautiful and well-tended lot was renovated during the past several years to create a refreshed and comfortable space with first floor sleeping and spa bathing space as needed for any size family or one with aging in laws, live-in childcare needs or room for entertaining. Improvements This home features quality natural wood construction, newly installed double pane windows and doors with natural wood frames, natural wood blinds, stone fireplace, durable and modern engineered hardwood flooring that provides a perfect balance of luxury and practicality for heavy winter use. New berber carpet covers the upstairs space, combining quality, durability and beauty. The home has ample closet and storage space, including a large walk-in closet in the largest upstairs bedroom, and double closets throughout other bedrooms. The kitchen offers recently purchased appliances, hand painted solid wood cabinets and a convenient island that separates cooking and dining space. Newly renovated bathrooms feature Kohler faucets and fixtures, stone or wood flooring, and maximum bath capacity for a family and guests. A separate laundry and storage room offers excess pantry space and room for a second refrigerator or freezer. The double car garage has ample space for two large vehicles, with a built-in handyman shelving and work unit that spans the width of the garage and offers weekend maintenance/hobby space for bicycle, ski, mechanical or wood working tinkerers and excess storage shelves for large gear and supplies. Recreation A unique opportunity for adventure and serenity in one of the Wests most endearing mountain towns. Voted one of the top 20 small towns for adventure by USA today, Lander Wyoming is a gateway to the majestic Wind River Mountains where climbing, finishing, backpacking, mountain/road biking and backcountry skiing await. This immaculately maintained home was built in 1974 by Landers first orthopedic surgeon, who relocated to Wyoming to tend to climbers, skiers and ranchers alike. Its perfectly situated in one of the most desirable neighborhoods on the South side of town, with immediate access to the backcountry and the medical, professional, and small-town accoutrements that make Lander such a distinctive small town. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources The property is connected to city water and has an irrigation ditch running through it for the lawn as an option or has an automatic sprinkler system for the busy lifestyle. History Just two blocks from the beloved Lander City Park and a 5-minute drive from Main Street, the location provides ready access to Landers quaint coffee shops, museums, western art galleries and historical Fremont County Library System (an original Carnegie Library building opened in 1909 with a $15,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie) featuring community concerts, childrens events and summer reading groups alongside technological upgrades that give the space international reach. Main street in Lander is also home to the renowned Pioneer Days Fourth of July Parade, and above town sits the arena for the Lander Pioneer Days Rodeo, the oldest paid rodeo in the World. If seeking recreating, the property offers immediate access to the Popo Agie Wilderness, which covers over 100,000 acres of pristine mountain terrain, and is part of the 20,000,000 acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. World class recreation opportunities including hunting, fishing, backpacking, horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain and road biking, backcountry skiing, snowmobiling, ATV riding and many other outdoor recreations, as well as downhill skiing at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a 100-mile trip to the northwest through the stunning expanse of Togwotee Pass through the northern end of the Wind River Mountains. Just south of town, the Sinks Canyon National Recreation Area outdoor climbing arena is home to the International Climbers festival, the longest-running climbers festival in the world. For education seekers, Lander is part of Fremont County School District #1, with five schools that provide a safe, empowering learning environment for preschool through twelfth-grade students. Robust Parks & Recreation programs fill summer and weekend days with delight, and safe paths for walking and bike riding create an in-town outdoor playground for young and old alike. This colorful and distinctive mountain town is also home to the National Outdoor Leadership School, the Popo Agie Conservation District, the regional office of Wyoming Game & Fish, the Wyoming office of the Nature Conservancy, and Wyoming Catholic College offering a unique mix of professional, conservation, recreation, and academic pursuits in a friendly, laid-back, western community.