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Nieslanik Ranch

New Nieslanik Ranch Cokeville, Wyoming

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The Nieslanik Ranch is located 5 miles north of Cokeville, WY, in Lincoln County. The ranch totals ±399 deeded acres, which ±360 acres consist of highly productive irrigated fields and pastures. Ideally positioned on the banks of Chalk Creek and adjacent to thousands of acres of public land, the ranch is thoughtfully improved with a beautiful 3,155 sqft log home, a 6,000 ft shop, +800 ton hay storage, and ranch support buildings. Immediately upon entering the ranch, pride of ownership is evident. From the pivot irrigated fields on the west side of the property to the mature landscaping that frames the owners’ residence, the ranch benefits from the ownership’s 25 years of meticulous care and stewardship.

The Nieslanik Ranch consists primarily of irrigated lands that produce robust crops of alfalfa, grass hay, and small grains. Two center pivots service the lands to the west of Highway 30. The lands east of the highway are a combination of irrigated hay fields that transition uphill to the ranch headquarters and fenced horse pastures.
The ranch gently slopes from east to west, with the owner’s residence and shop occupying a slightly elevated position on the property. This affords beautiful sunset views across the irrigated lands and the Bear River Valley.
Chalk Creek runs out of Chalk Creek Canyon and enters the deeded lands north of the headquarters. It is a small spring-influenced stream that is both a source of irrigation water and a wildlife attractant. Chalk Creek runs behind the house, creating excellent water features, and then fills a stock pond downstream from the house. Deer and elk frequent this pond, and it has been a favorite family ice skating spot in the winter months.

  • +3,155 sqft custom built home in 2001
  • 60x100 ft heated shop building
  • Two hay sheds that will store 800 tons of hay
  • 30x45 ft hanger
  • Detached two-car garage with a greenhouse and chicken coop
  • Primarily irrigated land, which produces alfalfa/ grass mix, hay, and small grains
  • Chalk Creek runs through the property
  • Five miles to Cokeville, Wyoming
  • 25 miles to Montpelier, Idaho
  • 47 miles to Star Valley, Wyoming
  • 118 miles to Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • Surrounded by the Bear River Mountain Range
  • Nearby national forests include Caribou-Targhee National Forest and Bridger-Teton National Forest
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Listed at:$4,250,000
399 Acres

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