3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom House On The Edge Of Laramie Wit
About Theresa Williams
John and Theresa currently live in a wind and solar powered house out in the country. They have raised many gardens and a variety of animals including goats, chickens, pigs, emus, and turkeys. They enjoy biking, hiking, kayaking and hanging out in the mountains through all seasons. Theresa is a math and science teacher and John is a musician who teaches guitar, plays in bands, and runs a DJ service.
Theresa Williams purchased this House in 2013
Why Theresa Williams chose Laramie
Laramie is our favorite town in Wyoming. It is close to mountains and lakes and has a variety of cultural activities. Laramie is also a reasonable distance from Denver for access to an international airport and other big city amenities. We plan to retire to Ames Place. The first time we walked into this house we felt like it was home.
What makes this House unique
We fell in love with this house because it is on the edge of town, near open space and has a simple, one-level lay-out and eco-friendly design. We love the earth-bermed style because it stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. We like the large, south-facing windows that let in light and warm the house. We are especially impressed with the quiet neighborhood.
Max guests: 6
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Stayed in Laramie for the boys’ soccer games. Easy drive to the University. Plenty of space. Older property but very clean and cozy.
Christmas in Laramie
Warm and inviting.
We had a great stay!! Thanks for everything! You made it very easy!
This was our second time staying here. It's a great property, especially for a family. Plenty of room and everything you need to be comfortable. Thanks for hosting us!
Great place to stay
Met some friends for a Cowboys football game staying at the Ames house was a great way to reconnect with friends and not being overcrowded by sharing a hotel room
Came to Laramie to see my son who is attending WyoTech. Needed a place to stay so we could have a good visit and I could make him some home cooked meals. This place was perfect!
There are many historic buildings and museums in the city of Laramie. The Ivinson Mansion and gift shop are close to downtown and have beautiful flower gardens throughout the summer. The Geology Museum is located on the University of Wyoming campus as is the American Heritage Center and the Art Museum. The Chamber of Commerce provides brochures for a downtown walking tour of historic houses and buildings. The Wyoming Territorial Prison, located west of the Laramie River, has been restored and is open to the public. The Prison hosts a haunted house every year during the Halloween season.
Laramie has a green belt along the Laramie River that is a pleasant place to walk, run or bike. The Green Belt extends both north and south from a convenient parking area at Optimist Park. There are many opportunities for viewing wildlife along this path.
The Laramie Valley is located between the Snowy Range to the west and the Laramie Range to the east. About 20 minutes east of Laramie is Veedauwoo, a beautiful rock climbing, bouldering, hiking and picnic spot. The old Happy Jack ski area is about 15 minutes east and provides great cross-country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing, mountain biking and hiking (turn off I-80 at the Lincoln Monument exit and go left).
There are many lakes in the high plains of the Laramie Valley that are good fishing, kayaking and boating destinations. We spent last summer kayaking in a different lake each week. The water is generally too cold for swimming or water skiing, but some brave souls do take a dip during the hottest parts of summer.
To the west, the Snowy Range provides opportunities for downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, boating, fishing and snowmobiling. At the base of the mountains you'll find Centennial and Woods Landing. Centennial is a rustic town with restaurants, bars, a gas station, and gift shops about 30 miles from Laramie on highway 130. Farther up 130 is the Snowy Range Ski Area. In the summer, highway 130 is a scenic byway that will take you to Saratoga, Wyoming where you can soak in a natural hot spring free to the public.
Woods Landing rests just off of highway 230 about 25 miles from Laramie. Woods Landing has a gas station, convenience store, restaurant and historic bar and dance hall. There are two public fishing access points to the Laramie River close to Woods Landing. Farther up highway 230 is Chimney Park with groomed trails for cross-country skiing in the winter and a boy scout camp in the summer. There are many opportunities for outdoor fun throughout these mountains.