$125,000   •   25 Acres

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to own a slice of paradise in Rush County. Whether you're looking to create your dream homestead, pasture cattle, or create an incredible duck hunting retreat, this property offers endless possibilities. Legal Description: E/2 E/2 NE4, & E/2 SE/4 of S35, T19, R16, Acres 25+/- (Exact legal to be determined by survey and Title) Land Escape to a breathtaking sanctuary nestled in Rush County, Kansas, where 25 acres of pristine beauty await you. This remarkable property offers a lush pasture land with meandering waterways and multiple shallow ponds and wetlands primed to be developed into an incredible duck hunting property. Situated just over a mile off the blacktop, and a mere half-mile south of The Dry Walnut Creek, this location offers both tranquility and convenient access to nearby amenities. Whether you’re yearning for a private duck hunting property or seeking a picturesque retreat to call home, this property offers the best of both worlds. Upon entering the property, you’ll be greeted by sprawling pastures that are perfect for grazing livestock. The fertile soil and ample sunshine provide an ideal environment for agricultural endeavors of all kinds. The mature trees scattered throughout the landscape not only add to the natural beauty but also provide shade and privacy, creating an oasis-like ambiance. A meandering slough gracefully traverses the land, feeding a serene pond that becomes a focal point for ducks. The soothing sounds of water and the diverse wildlife that it attracts create a true sanctuary for nature lovers. Explore the small wetlands that dot the property, further enhancing the rich biodiversity and natural charm. With a little creativity and planning, you can create an incredible waterfowl property by capturing natural runoff and making some impoundments using the natural lay of the land. It is not uncommon to see dozens of teal and dabbling ducks using the wetlands and ponds to feed and loaf on during the migration season.  The pasture is fenced in and there is electricity along the road to tap into if desired.  Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to own a slice of paradise in Rush County. Whether you’re looking to create your dream homestead, pasture cattle, or create an incredible duck hunting retreat, this property offers endless possibilities. Contact us today to schedule a private tour and experience the sheer beauty and potential that this enchanting property holds. Legal Description: E/2 E/2 NE4, & E/2 SE/4 of S35, T19, R16, Acres 25+/- (Exact legal to be determined by survey and Title) Property Features: State Hunt Unit: 5 Average Yearly Rainfall: 26” Directions: From Albert, head south on NW 130 Ave/Centre St for 6.2 miles. Then turn right onto W Barton County Rd. In 1 mile, continue onto Ave X and continue straight for 1 mile. Then turn left onto Rush County Rd 390 and the property is on your right in ½ mile. From Pawnee Rock, head north on SW 110 Ave/Township Rd for 6.6 miles. Then turn left onto W Barton County Rd. In 3 miles continue onto Ave X and then turn left onto Rush COunty Rd 390 in 1 mile. The property will be on your left in ½ mile. From Great Bend, head west on W Barton County Rd and in 11.5 miles, turn left onto Rush County Rd 390. In ½ a mile the property is on your right. Location/Population:  8.9 miles southwest of Albert, Kansas (population: 128) 11.5 miles northwest of Pawnee Rock, Kansas (population: 190) 13.5 miles west of Great Bend, Kansas (population: 15,000) 14 miles north of Larned, Kansas (population: 3,621) 25 miles southwest of Cheyenne Bottoms Refuge 1hr 15 mins southwest of Salina, Kansas (population: 46,481) 51 miles northwest of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge 54 miles south of Hays, Kansas (population: 20,795) 2 hours northwest of Wichita, Kansas/Dwight D. Eisenhower International Airport (population: 395,699) Community/Attractions Wetlands Waterpark in Great Bend Great Bend Brit Spa Zoo and Parks Veterans Memorial Park in Great Bend Golden Belt Cinema 6 in Great Bend Santa Fe Trail Center in Larned State Theatre in Larned Cheyenne Bottoms Refuge- 41,000 acres of wetlands located in the Central Flyway. Critical stopping point for migratory birds


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
J.C. Bosch
J.C. Bosch

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