5 Cheapest Places to Buy Property in Wyoming

Greybull

Greybull is another very tiny town, with only 1,847 people. The town is named after the Grey Bull River, which is very nearby. The residents describe themselves as being friendly, helpful people who aren’t afraid to work hard. They offer public access to nearly any outdoor activity that you could dream of, as well as access to comfortable amenities such as restaurants and shopping experiences. Their median home value is $111,600 for a quick property sale.

Newcastle

Newcastle, Wyoming boasts many of the amenities of a larger city, yet still offers its residents and tourists a small-town feel. They have a population of around 3,500 people who consider themselves “hard working Americans who aren’t afraid to pursue their dreams.” They have breathtaking hiking trails and a historic tour, and have been named on the National Register of Historic Places. They are only a short driving distance from several other major cities, making this a great town to retire in and ensuring that if you can’t find something in town, you will be able to find it close by. Their average property price is $122,400.

Worland

Worland, Wyoming is known to be a fantastic town to raise a family. They have friendly residents, access to plenty of amenities, and, like most cities in Wyoming, a rich western history and incredible opportunities for outdoor recreation. It is a bit larger than the other towns with a population of 5,487 people, and have a median home value of $140,000.

Marbleton

Marbleton, Wyoming really brings a new definition to the meaning of “small town,” as this little city sits on less than a square mile of land and boasts a population of barely a thousand people. They experience brutally cold winters, but continue to thrive because of their oil and gas industries. They are only a mile away from the town of Big Piney, another little town that they split off of in the early 1900s. They only got a post office in the 1980s. They have a median home value of $185,100.

Lyman

Lyman, located in Bridger Valley at the base of the Uinta Mountains, is known for being an extremely beautiful town that acts as a kind of “home base” for those wishing to explore the plethora of hiking trails and hunting opportunities on the beautiful nearby mountain range. It is a great place to shoot films. They provide opportunities for hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping, among other outdoor activities, and are also located close to Salt Lake City, Utah. Despite being a relatively tiny town, they have been thriving recently with plenty of expanded business development. They have a median home value of $198,800.

 

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