$960,000   •   316.9 Acres

Don't miss out! This is your chance to purchase +/-316 contiguous acres of fertile Kansas farm and ranch land...with some real recreational value too. This parcel boasts +/-250 acres of tillable farm ground, the majority of which is filled with Class 1 and Class 2 soils. Parcels like this do not come up often. Call today to add to your production or investment portfolio. LandThis one is hard to beat. Anytime you have a large number of acres to farm all in one place, it increases productivity and efficiency.  With +/-250 acres of farm ground with productive soils, you can add bushels in your combine and grain cart without driving all over the county. Check out these soils below! 120 Acres – Class 1 Farnum Loam with 0 to 1% slopes 77.5 Acres – Class 2 Milan Loam with 1 to 3% slopes 55.25 Acres – Class 1 Dale and Reinach Silt Loam Balance in Class 2 and 3 soils with 1 to 6% slopes There is also a small pond and waterway that runs through the NW portion of the property providing water for livestock in the nearly 60 acres of pasture and grass, adding to the diversification of this parcel and it’s usefulness. ImprovementsThere is an older storage shed in the middle of the property that is well shielded from prying eyes and works well for covering smaller pieces of equipment of implements. There is also a nice fenced pen area in the middle of the property allowing you to gather, separate and/or hold livestock as needed. RecreationThis property is not all about the farm and ranch land…there is plenty of recreational value as well. Upland birds love the grain fields and cover, but there is also a some dense timber in the pasture area(s) that hold famed Kansas whitetail deer. Sitting off the road and in the middle of the section, this timbered area provides a great deal of privacy and is an ideal spot to catch that early or late season buck trying to shy away from any disturbances. Take a look at the map and see how it sets up as a real buck sanctuary. The pond in the NW potion of the property provides opportunity to hunt ducks and geese and in wet years, the pond will overflow creating a nice sized, shallow wetlands area. The waterway that meanders through the dense timber on the west end of the property helps to hydrate all animals throughout the year, wild or domestic.  Looking at some of the rubs alongside the creek bed, the mature buck know that they do not have to leave this area. AgricultureThis property would make a great addition to any farm and ranch portfolio with its relatively large size, it’s wonderful soils and diversified nature. The Sellers are willing to help an absentee landowner find a suitable long-term tenant farmer as well. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWater Rights are set to transfer to Buyer upon closing. Mineral Rights are set to transfer to Buyer upon closing. Region & ClimateSouth Central Kansas experiences all four seasons with an average of 74 days per year having some precipitation. The average annual rainfall is 35 inches and an additional 11 inches of snow each year. The summer high temperatures can reach well over 100 degrees and the winter lows can go into the negatives, with everything in between. LocationThis property is conveniently located within 30 minutes of Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita, KS. Kansas City is a 3.5 hour drive and Oklahoma City is 2 hours and 15 minutes away. Wellington, KS is located 15 minutes away and is a full-service city with grocery store, restaurants, hospital/heath care facilities and other modern ammenities.    


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Jim Elliott
Jim Elliott

Mobile: 316-214-3848
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