Kanye’s massive Wyoming ranch hits market for $ 11 million
Kanye West is arguably one of the most popular celebrities in the world. The rapper and fashion mogul came to Cody, Wyoming in 2018, but it looks like his time in Cowboy State is coming to an end as his incredible Wyoming ranch hit the real estate market for $ 11 million.
Although Kanye’s stay in Wyoming is relatively short, he has released a few albums, ‘Ye’ and ‘Kids See Ghosts’ (it is claimed that he didn’t really work on ‘Jesus Is King’ or ‘Donda’ in Wyoming), and he even had his fashion line expanded with “Wyoming” on it. But in the midst of his divorce from Kim Kardashian, who has been gone for more than a while, Kanye is now putting his “Monster Lake Ranch” up for sale.
But enough about Kanye, let’s get to this property …
Monster Lake Ranch spans 3,888 acres and boasts two incredible freshwater trophy lakes. The property has a lease from the Bureau of Land Management, as well as corrals for cattle, sheds for equipment, hay meadows and an equine facility. If you’re still not impressed, there’s a lodge, commercial kitchen, your everyday go-kart track, and plenty of trophy trout fishing to do. Let’s not forget the view of the Absaroka Mountains and the sandstone cliffs all around. You know what, let’s look at this …
Monster Lake Ranch
Kanye put this amazing property on the market for $ 11 million, so if you’ve got that sitting down, you can live lavish like the rapper was during his time in Wyoming. DBW Realty is the company the property is listed with, so if you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact them.
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