$3,875,000   •   634.2 Acres
2 br / 1 ba /

An outdoor enthusiast's dream, this property has a plethora of opportunities ranging from fishing, waterfowl, deer, and upland bird hunting, to building your dream house or adding acres to your operation. Only 45 minutes East of Wichita, this ~640 acres is in a location that feels hidden, has good access and is ready for you to make a lifetime of memories.LandThe North ~480 acres is a tale of two halves with the West side holding the roughly 50 acre watershed lake, Eagle Lake, which when full would be approximately 36 surface acres. This lake was built by the Corp of Engineers and holds largemouth bass, catfish, perch, and crappie. It is fed by Eagle Creek coming in from the North which continues South below the dam into the neighboring property.  Eagle Lake is surrounded by trees on it’s North half and has wooded fingers extending both East and West for various animals to use as travel corridors. The lake and creek are surrounded by rolling native grass hills that flatten below the dam and feature approximately 8 acres of crop ground and other bottom ground that is cut and baled with the native grass. The East half is rolling pasture with good perimeter fencing and 2 stock ponds and has been used for grazing in the past. This side also contains an oil well and the house. Across the road to the South, you will find ~160 acres that contains Hickory Creek with timbered banks and wooded draws which feed into it from the North and the neighboring East property. On the South side of the creek you will find a secluded native grass meadow with 2 treed fence lines that lead to rock ledge hills to the South. ImprovementsIncluded with the property is an approximately 1000 square foot 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house that is tucked into the side of a wooded draw. It includes a cellar and a pre-fabricated garden shed. In addition, there is a 30′ x 72′ Morton shed with a water hydrant outside, concrete floors, and multiple overhead doors to store your equipment or possibly a camper. Both structures are supplied by separate water meters and their own electric meters. There are also 3 other water meters associated with the property that will transfer to the buyer. RecreationThe rolling native grass hills provide cover and travel corridors that taper into creeks and draws full of cottonwood, elm, ash, sumac, and oak trees which supply food and cover for a variety of wildlife like deer, turkey, and bobwhite quail. Furthermore, these transitions fit into the instinctive travel and ambush sites of predatory animals like bobcat and coyote. Interspersed throughout the property are the two stock ponds, lake, and the creeks which were observed to be holding different species of ducks on their migration South. The owners have not known any of the water features to have gone dry in the past and even though Hickory Creek does not have water flowing through it currently, pockets of water remain there. Beyond hunting, the lake offers fishing and other opportunities like paddle boarding or kayaking. While the rest of the property is of terrain enjoyable enough to take off on a hike, ride side by sides, atvs, or horseback. AgricultureA local individual has rented the property in the past to cut and bale the grass, as well as, the pasture and crop ground. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesAny and all owned mineral rights owned by the sellers will convey to the buyer. It should be noted: Oil production is in progress on a part of the property that the seller does NOT own any mineral rights to. There is another parcel of the property that the seller owns 50% of the mineral rights to, with the remaining balance of the property the sellers owning 100% of the mineral rights. Below is an attached map regarding the areas of owned interest. Region & ClimateLeon, KS has a temperate climate with hot summers and cold winters. The average high temperature during the summer months is around 86°F (30°C) while the average low temperature in winter is 24°F (-4°C). Rainfall is fairly spread out throughout the year, but the region does experience some snow and ice in the winter months. The area experiences moderate winds all year round, making it an ideal location for wind energy production. Leon, Kansas gets 38 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Leon averages 12 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 226 sunny days per year in Leon. The US average is 205 sunny days. ***Information gathered from bestplaces.net LocationWith the property only being a few miles SE of Leon, KS, you will find that the larger town of Augusta, KS, is only 17 miles West. There you can find several eateries, lodging, a Walmart and Tractor Supply for all your needs. To drive from some of the larger cities around the area, you will find that it is: 45 minutes to Wichita, KS 2.5 hours to Kansas City, KS 2.75 hours to Tulsa, OK 2.6 hours to Joplin, MO For those that fly; it is 23 miles to the Augusta municipal airport, and 45 miles to Wichita’s Dwight D Eisenhower National Airport.   ***Please note that there will be a 3% buyer’s premium added to the purchase price***  


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