Announces a Historical Big Horn, Wyoming Cabin Property Available Just in Time for the Famous Big Horn Polo Season

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Polo players looking for a permanent Wyoming retreat near the action of Big Horn’s historic Flying H Polo Club will be interested in the three-bedroom, two-bath log cabin built in 1929 near the popular polo fields, listed for sale by The historical cabin, which was featured in “Mountain Living” magazine, offers the perfect home base for enjoying polo and outdoor adventures around Big Horn and nearby Sheridan, Wyoming.

Historical 1929 Big Horn cabin offers two-story charm and comfort in Big Horn, Wyoming. (© Dan Buchan)

Whether for players or spectators, the historical Big Horn cabin offers a great home base for enjoying the fast-paced polo action.

A vintage one-of-a-kind Wyoming log cabin, located on a quarter-acre of property adjacent to the historic Bozeman Trail and minutes from popular internationally known polo fields in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, has been listed for sale, announced

The Flying H Polo Club is one of the largest polo clubs in the country and the history of the sport in the Big Horn, Wyo., area dates back to 1893. Whether for players or spectators, the historical Big Horn cabin offers the opportunity for a great home base for enjoying the fast-paced polo action. Flying H Polo Club’s season opens July 3 with matches continuing on Thursdays and Saturdays until the end of August. Admission is free for spectators.

Carefully restored and boasting a historic marker related to the Bozeman Trail, the Big Horn cabin offers a story and a half of living space with three bedrooms and two bathrooms and has been featured in “Mountain Living” magazine. Perfect as a Wyoming retreat or second-home, the historical pole log cabin sits on three lots that were once the site of Big Horn’s first schoolhouse, graced with the same giant centuries-old cottonwood trees that shaded it back then. An irrigation stream also runs through the property, which comes with two water rights.

Other notable attractions near the cabin are the Sheridan, Wyo. airport; The Powder Horn Golf Resort, Wyoming’s number-one-rated golf course; the Brinton Museum, featuring the historic ranch and notable Western art collection of the late Bradford Brinton; and the quaint two-block-long downtown of Big Horn, Wyoming.

“There isn’t anything else quite like it on the market,” says Wes Worden, owner’s representative for the property. “It’s a real piece of Wyoming history that can serve as a comfortable getaway and recreational property for people who want to enjoy all that this area has to offer.”

A charming village with a two-block Main Street that offers a Post Office, Mercantile, Fire House and the Last Chance saloon where cowboys still ride horses up to the drive-through window, Big Horn, Wyo., was founded in 1882. The area caught the eye of well-to-do cattle and sheep ranchers who established operations along the base of the Big Horn Mountains in the 1890s, including the sheep-ranching Scottish Moncreiffe brothers who later established the Flying H Polo Club; Oliver Wallop, a member of the English nobility and Wyoming senator; and wealthy Chicago businessman Bradford Brinton.

The appeal continues to this day, with a number of distinguished but low-profile Fortune 500 executives mixing with Big Horn area ranchers and upper-middle class residents to make up the local population. Although land prices have risen dramatically, resulting in the subdivision of pastures that once served dairy farms and smaller ranches, the large ranches along the base of the mountains have remained intact due to the foresight of residents who established conservation easements.

Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts have endless year-round recreational activities to enjoy in this special Wyoming mountain town. Big Horn National Park and the Big Horn Mountains offer hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking, picnicking, sightseeing, photography, snowmobiling, skiing, sledding and more. Inspiring scenic drives provide routine beauty among everyday living.

The lovingly restored log cabin featured by is situated on a quarter-acre of property with unobstructed Big Horn Mountain views just one block from downtown Big Horn. The house includes a new furnace and ductwork from 2014. A single-car detached garage sits near the cabin, and a new septic tank and system were installed in 2005.

About features a historical one-of-a-kind Big Horn, Wyoming, retreat for sale and information and images from the Big Horn, WY area. For more specific property information and pricing, visit

Contact Amy Stark at amy(at)wordenpr(dot)com or call 307.734.5335 with interest or questions regarding the Big Horn Retreat.

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