If you come to Cheyenne, Wyoming, you'll be struck by the particular shade of blue the sky takes on here. Look down, though, and you'll find a housing market that's as diverse as any around. From newer manufactured homes on small lots to sturdy brick houses dating to the 1940s, there's something here to meet just about any budget while offering plenty of space. It's a beautiful place to call home, and the right home is surely within reach here.
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Cheyenne is the state capital and also the Laramie County seat, so government is not just a presence but a large employer in the area, along with the US Air Force and Wyoming National Guard. With 60,000 residents at last count, it's the most populated city in the state, which still boasts plentiful open space. Cheyenne is considered the northern peak of the Front Range Urban Corridor, a span of land that ends in Pueblo, Colorado, and is home to over 4 million. If Cheyenne itself offers a small-town lifestyle in a modest city, it's also a part of something much bigger; in fact, this area rich in history is on the leading edge of change.
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