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    Sweetgrass Development On It’s Way

    When you look east of Cheyenne there is dirt moving and the land is getting prepped for the new Sweetgrass Development.

    According to the developers, it will supply residents with a modern western living and will be designed with “room to roam.” It is actually a space where the buffalo would roam. In fact, for a long time the land was part of the Lummis Family’s ranching operation. Some of the primary aspects of the development include a strong community with further commercial amenities, like a new event center. Additionally, it is by the golden plains, with a beautiful vantage point looking on Cheyenne that is just North. The overall development is 2,350 acres. It is going to have a mixed use footprint and will be a great addition to the community. It is across from Laramie County Community College and is extremely close to I80 for easy access.

    Further the housing development will include an open space network and a trail system. This is a perfect amenity for those who enjoy recreational activities and the outdoors.

    According to the Sweetgrass website, “The Lummis family has worked this land as cattle ranchers for 100 years. The Lummis’ believe in land stewardship, the restorative power of open space and the incredible bond created through community and landscape. After years of thoughtful land use planning, the Lummis family is excited to bring the same commitment of stewardship and sustainability to the development of the Sweetgrass community.”

    This is a perfect location for those of you who commute to Colorado for work, or easy to get to downtown Cheyenne or F.E. Warren AFB. If you are wanting to build a new home, give us a call today and we will guide you through the experience of choosing your lot, choosing your home builder and helping you manage the details of the new construction process. We will get your home sold too if you are upsizing or downsizing. Connect with us today at 307-635-0303 or visit us online at

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    One Response to “Sweetgrass Development On It’s Way”

    • Vincent Spero

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      Looking to downsize, interested in this area can you give more information. Thanks


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