Sundance is a town in and the county seat of Crook County, Wyoming. The town is named for the Sun Dance ceremony practiced by several Native American Indian tribes.
The residents of Sundance put an emphasis on walking as their main form of commuting, which helps keep the community members healthy and happy.
Year-over-year, average listing price in Sundance modestly increased 4.7 percent, increasing from $194,584 last year to $203,815 this year. During the same period, inventory declined by 16.7 percent. The number of listings in this locale noticeably dropped from 12 to 10 homes on the market last year, somewhat constricting the market for new buyers looking to move to this area. The historic houses in this town offer the chance to live with history; not only are they beautiful with details some modern homes just don't have, but they stand in grand, mature landscapes. With modern life being so busy, a well-equipped family room, like those found in many homes in Sundance, affords a place to relax and enjoy each other. Plenty of homes in this town have landscaped yards, so the outside matches the good looks of the inside of the home.