Now, this is a treat! I dream my way through Zillow, several times a week. I love looking at the really flashy homes in our community. Not that I'll ever be able to afford one, I blame it on being a part of the MTV Cribs generation. I will say, this house is perfect for a 90s rapper to pop out of.

The price of this home is the second most expensive in Cheyenne, according to Zillow. Coming in at a whopping $1.2 Million bucks! Here's how they described it on Zillow.

Practically new-built! Constructed from ground up 2011-2015! Amazing Capitol views! 100% new electrical, plumbing & sewer, and more! Open concept w/ lofted 2nd-story & finished basement. 4 en-suite bedrooms+2 half-baths, 2 laundry areas, oversized 3-car garage & RV parking; Schroll soft-close cabinets; granite countertops; Thermador kitchen appliances; Kolby doors & windows; high-efficiency sprayed insulation; Trex-decking/fencing; french drain system; so much more! Many inclusions! Truly one of a kind!

That's all fine and dandy, but my favorite part of this whole home is how the Wyoming Capitol Building just pops out from the side. With the home being on Capitol, there aren't a ton of homes that have a view quite like this.

So, what are we waiting for? Wipe your shoes and let's take a tour of this crazy awesome Cheyenne home.

Check Out This Gorgeous Cheyenne Home With A View Of The State Capitol

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