This historic home was built in 1906 and is one of the oldest homes in town. It has been completly renovated will all the modern features. The large yard has numerous old trees and shrubery. Don't miss the local deer that wander through town and frequent the property to eat the grass and fruit.
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a museum you will want to spend time exploring where the past comes alive. Examine both the personal and public lives of W.F. 'Buffalo Bill' Cody and interpret his story in the context of the history and myth of the American West. The Whitney Gallery of Western Art presents an outstanding collection of masterworks of the American West. Original paintings, sculptures and prints trace artistic interpretations of the West from the early 19th century to today. The Plains Indian Museum features one of the country's leading and most excellent collections of Plains Indian art and artifacts. Explore the cultural histories, artistry and living traditions of Plains Indian peoples. The Cody Firearms Museum contains the world's most comprehensive assemblage of American arms, as well as European arms dating to the 16th century. Billing itself as “Rodeo Capital of the World,” Cody provides a unique opportunity to capture the excitement of a real rodeo in a dramatic western setting. Seasonally, the Cody Nite Rodeo is a fantastic way to become part of the west.
The drive from Cody to the East Entrance of Yellowstone Park has been called one of the most scenic 50 miles in the U.S. This stretch of scenic highway has long been famous for its skyline of rugged rock formations, wildlife and the winding North Fork of the Shoshone River. The East Yellowstone Valley historic lodges and guest ranches offer full service accommodations as well as a host of exciting recreational activities.
The gateway to Yellowstone Park, the valley's easy access to Yellowstone, enables the visitor to enjoy perhaps the most magical season of all in Yellowstone. In winter, the park is transformed into a snowscape of other-world beauty. Steam billows from geyser basins to drift in eerie clouds through the frosty air, wreathing nearby trees with ice and turning even ordinary shrubs into ghostly sculptures.
Skis or snowmobiles are a great way to see the winter splendor of Yellowstone Park. The highway is kept open to the East Entrance of the park virtually all winter. Special snowcoach trips into the park are also available from the East Entrance for those wanting a little more comfort while still seeing the wondrous thermal features and varied animal life.
- content from Cody Country Visitors Council & Cody Wyoming Chamber of Commerce
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I am a real estate appraiser in San Diego.
The Owner purchased this house in 1995
My wife and I fell in love with this home the first time we saw it. We bought it for our eventual retirement but wanted to share it with others until retirement occurs.
The property is located one block from the main street where there is plenty of shopping and dining opportunities. The proximity to Yellowstone (50 miles west) provides a good jumping off point for numerous day trips.