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Contact for Price  •  397.04 acres
397.04 +/- Acres Reno County, Kansas Selling in 2 Tracts On Our UNRESERVED ONLINE AUCTION July 26, 2022 Bidding opens July 12, 2022, and ends July 26, 2022, at 11:00 am CDT. Bidding increments will be $50/acre. The final sale price will be calculated based on total acres times the highest bid. Plan to Attend the Informational Meeting & Auction: Community Center 101 W. Ave. C South Hutchinson, KS 67505 BigIron Realty Agents will be at the Community Center in South Hutchinson, KS, July 26, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. CDT until the conclusion of the online auction. Please come at this time to discuss the land. BigIron Realty representatives will be there to assist Buyers with registering to bid and placing bids online. You do not have to be present to bid online, but you are required to be available by phone. BIDDING PROCESS: You may place bids on this land for 14 days beginning July 12, 2022, and ending July 26, 2022, at 11:00 am. This unreserved online auction features bidding extensions. If a bid is received within five minutes of the scheduled close time, the bidding will be automatically extended to five minutes. This will continue until there is a five-minute period where no bids are placed. NOTE: Do not wait until the day the auction closes to register to bid online. All bidders must be approved to bid, so please register at least 24 hours prior to the auction close or call 800-887-8625 for assistance. Tract 1: Description: 314.28+/- acres is a prime hunter’s paradise with outstanding wildlife habitat in native grass, timber, CRP, and cropland. It has active elk, deer, pheasant, quail, and turkey populations. It’s located in the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks: Turkey Management Unit #5; Elk Management Unit #3; and Deer Management Unit #15. It’s located in southwest Reno County, KS, bordered on the north by paved Arlington Road, on the west by Olcott Road, on the south by Irish Creek Road. There is no public access from the east side of the property. It has 155.73 acres of native grass for livestock with a windmill pumping water on the south end. The native grass acreage has two large windbreaks, with timber and sandhill plum tickets. The grass has a timbered higher prominence on the west side looking down on windbreaks, timber, pasture, and CRP meadows. There’s 110.91 acres of CRP paying $40.81 per acre = $4,526 annual payment for 10 years ($45,260) maturing 9-30-2031. A CRP cover crop followed by a CRP grass seed planting is needed on 48.21 acres. A USDA cost-share payment will pay 50% of the cover crop and grass seed planting. Assistance is available to do the job. The buyer can opt out of the 10-year CRP contract on the 110.91 acres for a one-time payment of $1,251.34 by 9-30-2022. There are 38.95 acres of cropland that has been allowed to go back to grass. There are 8.69 acres in three other windbreaks and isolated timber habitats. Pasture and grassed cropland are cross-fenced from the CRP with either an electric fence or a 4-wire barbed-wire fence. This property is a rare find approximately 30 miles northeast of Pratt, KS, or 30 miles southwest of Hutchinson, KS. Don’t miss this opportunity to own it! Legal Description: W 1/2 of SE; E 1/2 of SW; W 1/2 of W 1/2; all in 12-25-10 (314.28+/- acres) 2021 Taxes: $840.98 Land Location: From Langdon, KS, 3 miles north on Langdon Road to Arlington Road, then 3 miles west to Olcott Road. PLC FSA: Crop Base Yield Wheat 11.30 37 bu Corn 3.24 120 bu Gr. Sorg 18.56 41 bu Soybeans 5.85 29 bu Mineral Rights: Seller’s mineral rights believed 100% intact pass to the Buyer. Water Rights: Pass to the Buyer. Possession: At closing. Tract 2: Description: 82.76+/- acres is a prime hunters paradise with outstanding wildlife habitat in native grass and timber. It has active elk, deer, pheasant, quail, and turkey populations. It’s located in the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks: Turkey Management Unit #5; Elk Management Unit #3; and Deer Management Unit #15. It’s located in southwest Reno County, KS, bordered on the north by paved Arlington Road and on the west by Avery Road. There’s no public access from the east or south sides of the property. It’s been used for livestock grazing in the past and has not been hunted in years. It has no water well for cattle, but one can be drilled. It has a barbed-wire fence on the north side along Arlington Road. All other sides of the property use the electric fence when cattle are grazing. The east side of the property has a thick windbreak between it and the east adjoining property owner. The property owner on the east will give a perpetual electric fence easement along the east side of the windbreak. This will allow livestock to graze the 82.76+/- acres without the need to build a permanent fence on the property line through the windbreak. The township has placed several piles of dead trees along the west side of the property. These will be burned at a future time by the township unless the buyer wants them to remain for wildlife habitat. This property is ideal for a future rural home site along paved Arlington Road. It’s approximately 35 miles northeast of Pratt, KS, or 25 miles southwest of Hutchinson, KS. Don’t miss the opportunity to own it! Legal Description: W 1/2 of NW 1/4 10-25-9 (82.76+/- acres) 2021 Taxes: $110.00 Land Location: From Langdon, KS, go 3 miles north on Langdon Road to Arlington Road, then 1 mile east. FSA: All grass Mineral Rights: Seller’s mineral rights believed 100% intact pass to the Buyer. Water Rights: Pass to the Buyer. Possession: At closing. Owners: Ethel Harris Anderson Heirs Title Services: Security 1st Title, 1001 N. Main, Hutchinson, KS 67501 For more information, contact listing agent: Mike Campbell, 620-899-6989 Terms: The sale is subject to all rights of way and easements, whether recorded or not and to oil and gas leases of record if any. The successful Buyer will enter into a written purchase agreement immediately after the sale with a 10% non-refundable down payment payable to Security 1st Title, 1001 N. Main, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620-669-8289). The earnest money deposit can be made by personal check, company check, or wire transfer. The balance will be due at closing on or before August 26, 2022. Seller will provide marketable title to the Buyer evidenced by title insurance. Title insurance and closing costs are split 50/50 between Buyer and Seller. The Buyer will pay additional title insurance required by the Buyer's lender 100%. The Seller will pay 2021 and prior year taxes. 2022 property taxes will be prorated to the date of closing. The property will not be sold subject to financing. Have all financial arrangements made prior to the auction. The written purchase agreement, to be signed by the Seller and Buyer after the auction, is the sole and controlling document of this sale and supersedes any and all other terms, whether verbal, written, expressed, or implied, and shall be the sole and controlling document for this real estate transaction. BigIron Realty is working for the Seller.
$6,480,000  •  344 acres
Breaux Ranch is located in the western portion of Grimes County. This area is well known for its many lakes and rolling topography, the countryside in western Grimes County is picturesque. The ranch offers a beautiful custom-built home tucked in a mott of post oak trees surrounded by multiple lakes and ponds, several of which are believed to be artesian. Beautifully manicured rolling pastures with hilltops and long views were thoughtfully developed throughout the ranch. Sand Creek runs through the middle of the ranch, this wet weather creek is lined with beautiful post oaks and water oaks, under their canopies are miles of trails to explore. LOCATION The ranch is located 15 miles southeast of College Station in Grimes County. The ranch has the following public road frontage: approximately 1000 on FM 149 (main entrance). Approx. 4090 on County Road 185 and approx. 640 on County Road 186. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT A majority of the woods on the property are large stands of post oak trees, with scattered water oaks and live oaks. Several of the pastures on the east side have scattered pine trees. The pastures have been improved throughout the ranch. They are seasonally fertilized, sprayed with herbicides for weeds, and treated for gophers. The front pasture by the house is Bermuda for hay cutting and the back pastures have been planted with sprigs of Coastal. WILDLIFE The white-tailed deer population is abundant across the ranch. With several arms of Sand Creek running through the ranch, the habitat creates excellent conditions for abundant deer on the ranch. The ponds and lakes scattered across the ranch are also home to wood ducks year-round and the wintering population of ducks in the area is strong due to the close proximity to wetlands, roasting lakes, and river bottoms. Additionally, the owners have done a great job at controlling the wild pig population, the ranch has traps strategically set out around the ranch to keep the hog from rutting up the improved pastures. IMPROVEMENTS There is a 2-story W.L. Martin Home Design custom-built home which was built in 2005. The home has 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and one-half bath. There is a large kitchen with a breakfast nook. Additionally, there is a living room, formal dining room, theater room, and office. The home has a two-car garage. The home is 4,451 SF of heat and cool space with a slab measurement of 4,920 SF according to the home plans. Fiber has been run to the home for high-speed internet, a unique feature in the country. Next to the home sits two barns approx. 1,200 SF each, one is used to store equipment and the other has been converted to a party barn with a bar and roll-up doors on both sides for a cross-breeze. WATER Surrounding the house there are 4 ponds totaling approximately 3.9 surface acres of water. The ponds have been stocked with native bass, crappie, and catfish. Sand Creek traverses through the middle of the ranch, it is a wet weather creek, but it does trickle in months with higher rain totals. A great place to explore with the family. In the southern pasture, there are four small ponds for wildlife and livestock, two of which are believed to be artesian. A new lake has recently been constructed in the southwest pasture, it is estimated to be 1-2 acres when full. The home is serviced by county water. ELECTRICITY Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.
Contact for Price  •  320 acres
320 ± Acres Located in one of the most desired deer-hunting areas Low fenced with cross fencing / frontage on CR 213 Remodeled 1,260± sq/ft house with a carport Hay barn, equipment barns, & storage barns 9 stock tanks 2 large hay fields Scattered Live Oaks, Post Oaks, Mesquites & Pecan trees Within 2 hours of the DFW Metroplex
$3,500,000  •  308 acres
Under Contract
Overview: A classic East Texas gem! Double Twin Farm is a beautiful combination property located in southern Anderson County. The farm has jaw dropping views from almost everywhere on the property. It boasts over 90' of elevation change, highly improved pastures dotted with majestic red oaks, numerous flowing springs, and dense hardwoods & pines. The farm home is like something you would find featured in a Southern Living magazine. It was built in 2010 and positioned on one of the high points on the property, with 360-degree views. Location: The address for Double Twin Farm is 2031 ACR 112, Elkhart, TX 75839. It is about 5 miles southwest of Elkhart, 13 miles southwest of Palestine, 126 miles from Dallas and 145 miles from Houston. Farm Home: Perched on one of the highest points on the property, the farm home is beautifully designed and has stunning views in all directions. The home was constructed in 2010 with best-in-class construction. Built on pier and beam foundation, it features ~2,100 square feet of living space, with ~900 square feet of screened in porches. The home has three bedrooms and two baths, vaulted ceilings, antique pine floors, stone wood burning fireplace and an open floor plan. The home accentuates the farm perfectly and would be a wonderful place for the family to enjoy & entertain guests. Community water, provided by Consolidated Water Supply out of Crockett, supplies water to the home, and it is on an aerobic septic system that was put into place during the home construction. The home is also equipped with an alarm system. Additional Structural Improvements: Detached 2 Car Garage- A detached 2 car garage sits just east of the farm home. It is a bricked garage on concrete slab with a new roof. Barns (2)- The main barn is adjacent to the cattle pens and is approximately 2600 square feet. It can hold approximately 100 large round bales of hay and/or various farm equipment & tools. The second barn is adjacent to the main home. It is a lean-to barn that is approximately 1700 square feet. Covered Arena- The covered arena is approximately 5200 square feet and is adjacent to the cattle pens. It serves as a covered area to work cattle, and an area for storing hay. The covered area can hold approximately 450 large round bales of hay. Cattle Pens- The cattle pens are truly best in class and have a 300 head capacity. It features a state-of-the-art curved alley configuration designed by Mark Deesing, who co-authored Humane Livestock Handling with the famed Dr. Temple Grandin. Other features include an adjustable load out ramp for stock and 18-wheel trailers. Water Wells (2)- One water well is near the farm home, but is not currently in use given the farm is on community water. The second water well is not potable, but is located near the cattle pens to provide water to livestock. Topography & Terrain: Numerous springs flow throughout the majority of the farm. Double Twin has approximately 187+/- acres of highly improved pastures with excellent perimeter and cross fencing in place. The remaining acreage is made up of diverse tree habitat consisting of mainly hardwoods and pine trees. An unnamed creek, fed by numerous springs, runs through the eastern portion of the farm. Double Twin has approximately 90' in total elevation change with a high point of 380' above sea level and a low point of 290' above sea level. Surface Water: Double Twin Farm has six bodies of water spread-out across the property. The two biggest ponds are approximately 1.33+/- acres and 1.64+/- acres. They are stacked up on top of one another and both are spring fed. The remaining four bodies of water are scattered throughout the farm providing water for livestock and wildlife. A small, wooded marsh is located in the timber off of a spring fed creek located on the eastern portion of the farm. Wildlife & Hunting: Excellent hunting opportunities abound at Double Twin Farm. Ample cover and habitat support healthy populations of whitetail deer, hogs, coyotes and bobcats. A small, wooded duck marsh on the east side of the farm is also loaded down with wood ducks each winter. Cattle: Double Twin farm can conservatively support around 75 AUs. The current owner has additional leased ground where he runs about 300 AUs across Double Twin and leased acreage. Additional Acreage: The owner owns a partial interest in an undivided tract that is contiguous to the 308+/- acre farm boundary. This additional acreage gives you additional space to recreate. See maps and/or broker for more details. Minerals: The owner believes to own a portion of the mineral estate. Mineral conveyance is negotiable. Taxes: The property taxes in 2021 were approximately $4,034.18 per Anderson County Tax Assessor. Directions: From Dallas, head south on I-45 for approximately 86.45 miles to take Exit 198 toward FM-27/Wortham/Fairfield. Turn left onto FM-27 and travel .89 miles to take US-84 E. Travel 24.63 miles to take a right onto TX-294. Travel 10.14 miles and take a right onto Anderson County Road (ACR) 132. After .22 miles, turn left onto ACR 130, and then almost an immediate right onto ACR 131. Afer travelling .68 miles, take a right onto FM 319. Travel .76 miles to take a left onto ACR 112. The ranch entrance will be on your left after approximately 1.3 miles. From Houston, head north onto I-45 for approximately 64.72 miles to merge onto State Highway 19. After 20.13 miles, State Highway 19 becomes Texas Forest Trail/TX-19. Travel an additional 28.17 miles to turn left onto SW Loop 304. After 3.58 miles turn left onto US-287 to travel 23.41 miles. Take a left onto E Parker St/TX-294 and travel 1 mile to take a left onto FM 319. Travel 2.06 miles to turn left onto ACR 112. The ranch entrance will be on your left after approximately 1.3 miles. From Palestine, head south on US-287 for approximately 10.03 miles to take a right onto E Parker St/TX-294. Travel 1 mile to take a left onto FM 319. Travel 2.06 miles to turn left onto ACR 112. The ranch entrance will be on your left after approximately 1.3 miles. From Crockett, head north on US-287 for approximately 24.77 miles. Take a left onto E Parker St/TX-294 and travel 1 mile to take a left onto FM 319. Travel 2.06 miles to turn left onto ACR 112. The ranch entrance will be on your left after approximately 1.3 miles. Contact: Chance Turner, Agent 972-765-7326 mobile Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.
$1,975,000  •  166 acres
166 Acres With large main home, 3 cabins, huge barn, and gorgeous redwood canyon with water fall. Great water and two legal parcels.
$695,000  •  160 acres
Panther Rock Ranch is a pristine 160-acre foothold in the coveted Old Yorkville Ranch - less than 2 hours from downtown San Francisco yet a world away. The ranch consists of wooded hilltop vistas with views reaching out to the Anderson Valley as well as open mountain meadows surrounded by mature hardwood stands. There are several springs and seasonal creeks throughout the property along with a developed spring feeding into a suggested building site. The centerpiece of the ranch is Panther Rock - a dramatic rock outcropping with a storied past - the kind of place where folklore is born. There is a road network in place with a rudimentary trail system scattered throughout the ranch. Panther Rock teems with blacktail deer, wild hog, turkey, blue grouse, bobcat, valley and mountain quail, migratory bandtail pigeon and dove, and, yes, the occasional panther and black bear. The ranch is also a mushroom picker's utopia. The ranch has historically been used as a sheep range and as a hunting retreat. The ranch sits within the Yorkville Highland Vineyard Appellation. Property Highlights: • Dramatic Mountain Views over the Anderson Valley • Building Site with gravity fed spring water - Private yet still within 15 minutes to the Yorkville Market and 20 minutes to Boonville and the Anderson Valley • Varied topography consisting of fir and hardwood forests to open mountain meadows to the dramatic Panther Rock • Springs and seasonal creeks throughout • Roads and trails • Wildlife Mecca is renowned locally as one of the best hunting parcels in the Old Yorkville Ranch
$159,390  •  50.06 acres
The Anderson Farm is located on S Center Road in Darlington County, SC. The landscape of the property consists of 29.28+/- acres of fields that have been historically utilized in an agriculture operation and 21.32+/- acres of natural pine and hardwood timberland. This property offering is well suited for recreational purposes as well. The new owners could utilize a portion of the fields as a dove field to enjoy some sporty wing shooting or continue the farming operation, which will attract deer and wild turkey, maximizing the recreational opportunities of this tract. Additionally, the offering would make an excellent permanent residential site in a quiet, rural setting.
Contact for Price  •  44 acres
44 ± Acres Gated entrance on SH-294 Hilltop 2,800± sq/ft log cabin home 1,400± sq/ft horse barn and shop with attached living area Additional storage buildings and sheds Low fenced with cross fencing Pond with pier Mature pine trees and hardwoods Ag/timber exempt
$1,350,000  •  24.42 acres
Behind a security gate and high on a hill in Anderson with views of the Sacramento Valley, Mount Shasta, and Lassen Peak is an unusually well-built and gracious custom home. Designed and constructed by the current owner in 1981, this light-filled 8,000 sqft. the retreat features 6 bedrooms and 5 full baths and 2 1/2 baths on three levels. The superior-quality workmanship includes lath-and-plaster walls and ceilings; red oak, teak, and walnut flooring; copper-domed central skylight; walnut cabinets and paneling; 4 fireplaces, and a stained-glass window, among other unique features. The 4-car garage is adjacent to a large ground-level workshop, including a large wine cooler and secured storage area. Outside you will find a spacious barbecue area, pool with waterfall and cabana, and a separate barn with a 1/2 bath for a variety of uses, all on 24 acres. A bank of owned solar panels and circulating diesel-heated water are just a couple of several thoughtful upgrades for comfort and energy efficiency. Property Highlights: • 8,000 sqft custom home situated on 24 acres • Views of the Sacramento Valley, Mount Shasta, and Lassen Peak • 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths, and 2 1/2 baths • Multiple balconies throughout • Lath-and-plaster walls and ceilings • Red oak, teak, and walnut flooring • Copper-domed central skylight • Custom cabinetry throughout • Extensive tile work • 4 fireplaces • Light, bright, and expansive rooms • Large chef's kitchen
$925,000  •  6.22 acres
The one-of-a-kind Country estate you have been waiting for! Located on 6.22 acres & just minutes from Kersey, this property features a custom 3,376 sq. ft. ranch style home w/5 beds, 3 baths, 3-car oversized garage, detached 36 X 60 metal shop & much more! Interior features include vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchen w/granite counters & updated appliances, hardwood & tile flooring, oak cabinetry, Anderson windows, separate dining area and master suite w/ 5-pc bath & walk-in closet. Fully finished basement includes large entertainment area, additional bathroom & ample storage. Stunning back patio and entertainment area looking out over yard & back pasture. Lush & mature landscaping w/mature trees & full sprinkler system. Fully fenced acreage consists of natural grass & vegetation. Barn/shop w/concrete floor, 220V & work bench. Large additional storage shed included. Abuts private farmland with incredible views & privacy. Home is on central weld water. Newer roof & AC! No HOA!
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$480,000  •  5.72 acres
$499,500
This truly exceptional property combines the best of rural living while still being close to the city! From the moment you enter this 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home, you will notice the tasteful upgrades, including new vinyl flooring, granite counters, barn doors, and exposed wood beams. The airy floor plan features flexible living spaces complete with a wood-burning fireplace and new Anderson windows. Enjoy your privacy overlooking your acreage (5.7 acres!) from your wooden deck nestled between mature shade trees. Simply a perfect place to unwind! The remodeled detached garage features a full bath and mini-split system - possibly an income producing rental with its' separate entrance! Enjoy a prime location for acreage only minutes from Huntsville amenities. A rare opportunity. Call today to schedule your showing.