We all have visions of that perfect country property. Well, someone read all of our minds and built it. Now it can be yours. The Kingman Valley Ranch is an absolute stunner! An awesome & easy to care for, super well-maintained home sits among opportunities to hunt, fish, farm, ranch, own horses, enjoy sunrises/sunsets, spread your elbows and more. All this packed into a perfectly sized +/-159 acres...you just have to see it. Land The land is wonderfully thought out for the avid sportsman and hobby farmer/rancher alike. It’s a fantastic balance of all things country. The property features tillable acreage, CRP and native grass, dense timber and two ponds. The farm fields and pasture area are generally flat, while the timber areas follow the low-lying wet weather creek beds that meander through the property. CRP and native grass areas surround and intermix with the tillable acreage making some of the best wildlife habitat around. Improvements Main Home – The scene is set. This home, built in 2012 and expanded upon in 2018, and it’s 3 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom sits perfectly on the landscape tucked among the tall hardwood trees and directly under the watchful eye of a classic windmill. The large wrap-around, poured concrete porch is one of many places on the property to enjoy the famed Kansas outdoors with a morning coffee or cool afternoon drink. Or, relax on the backside of the home in the newly installed hot tub, complete with a mounted exterior television. Moving inside, you will notice the new interior paint, clean lines and crisp-ness of this home. Immediately to your left you will see the living room, complete with an easy cleaning tile floor, vaulted ceilings and large picture windows. The auxiliary wood burning stove adds a rustic & western feel to the room. Just like the entire home, this room is super cozy and livable. The kitchen and dining area have been recently updated and feature hardwood floors, new cabinets, new granite countertops and new appliances. The vaulted ceilings provide space for the stairway leading to the upstairs bedroom. Just off of the kitchen is the master bedroom and the double vanity bathroom. The third bedroom is currently utilized as an office. The basement has a solid, poured concrete foundation and while unfinished, it is clean and usable for storage and shelter from storms. To that end, the home has a disconnect and is wired to operate on a generator if the power goes out. This home has so much packed into a quaint package. As it is currently configured, it would be ideal for a small family, vacation home, hunting lodge or a VRBO-type short term rental. Recent updates include: interior paint, new window blinds, new hardware, new ceiling fans and light fixtures, new countertops, new appliances, new concrete walkway and porch surround, new hot tub and much more! Horse Barn – This fully insulated 40’x72′ metal building is perfect for the horse lover or could be utilized any number of ways. Configured with 3 individual horse stalls and 12 foot overhangs on both the east and west sides to provide extra shelter, it makes taking care of horses a pleasure. There is also water on site, plumbed to feed a large trough. This building sits within the new, four strand, barbed wire fenced 23 acre pasture area. The tack room has been recently finished and includes a living space with heat/AC and a wood burning stove, a bathroom with a new shower, a countertop with kitchen sink, refrigerator, television and food prep appliances. There is room to sleep guests, create rental income or it would make a great mother-in-law suite. The remaining interior open space has a concrete floor, large overhead door and plenty of storage space for large equipment, motorized toys or vehicle storage. Garage/Shop – This building sits furthest to the west and measures 24’x40′ and has a 12 foot overhead door to allow for RV storage. It also has built-in RV hookups. This building also has a lean-to on the south side and has been transformed into a wonderful outdoor living space, complete with firepit, outdoor lighting, outdoor cooking and a television. You absolutely can not beat spending the afternoons and evenings backed up to the hardwood timber and only steps away from one of the ponds, all while surrounded by modern creature comforts. The interior of this building has room to store an RV, it has a nice workbench and storage cabinets and additional built in storage up and out of the way near the ceiling. Currently used as an additional interior gathering area and home gym space, this building would make a great place to meet up with the crew after the hunt to swap stories. This building has plenty of space to hold all of your hunting gear. Recreation This property has been developed and maintained with hunting and outdoor recreation in mind. Imagine waking up each morning and simply letting the time of year and weather dictate your on-site activities. If it’s fall, head to the stand. If the sun is shinning, go for a hike or bike ride. Feel the summer breeze? Go fishing at the pond. It’s all available. The dense timber covers nearly 40 acres of the land and has lines running both north/south and east/west. This allows for productive stand placements with just about any wind and weather combination. A permeant, elevated box blind sits perfectly overlooking the farm field and just off of the northern pond.  Another unique feature of this property is the intertwined patches of CRP and native grass that abut both the timber and crop fields. The combination of timber, bedding areas and food mean deer and other wildlife have everything they need onsite. The deer are not good at hiding their travel corridors as their well worn paths show in the sandy soil throughout the property. In fact, wildlife tracks of all kinds can be seen just about everywhere you look. While expertly managed, a number of nice deer have been taken off of this property and it continues to have plenty of “up and comers” on trail cameras. The two ponds provide year round access to water. The southern-most pond has recently been expanded and been given a bigger footprint along with making it deeper. It has been professionally stocked with bass, crappie and even walleye! Both ponds are spring fed, reside in picturesque settings and attract waterfowl to the property. Turkey, quail and pheasants are popular on the property as well. There are a lot of properties that claim to offer hunting opportunities for everything a particular region offers, but they are typically necessitate a much larger acreage…this one is truly amazing in the quality of what it offers in a quarter section of land. Agriculture Currently planted to wheat, the farm ground soils consist of mainly of class 2 and 3, Albion Sandy Loam. A local tenant farmer is currently in place. A new solar well has been placed inside the fenced pasture area to provide additional water for livestock and horses. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights are intact and will transfer with the sale of the property. Seller is believed to own the mineral rights and they are expected to transfer with the sale of the property. Region & Climate Kingman County, Kansas is home to some of the best whitetail deer hunting in the world. A mix of farmland, pockets of timber surrounding creeks and rivers and a generally shallow water table allowing for lots of open water create an area beaming with wildlife. The climate is typical of South Central Kansas, where you will certainly experience all four seasons. The area averages 31 inches of rain per year and 16 inches of snow each year as well. Average high temperatures in July are 93 F and average January low temperatures are 20 F. Location This property is located approximately 50 miles from Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita, Kansas. Oklahoma City is located 3 hours away and Kansas City, KS is 3.5 hours away. Cheney Land and Wildlife Area is located 20 miles to the east and is home to a 9,357 surface acre lake and 5,439 acres of terrestrial public wildlife area. The Bryon Walker Wildlife Area and Kingman State Fishing Lake starts only 2 miles south of the property and is home to a 144 acre fishing lake and 4,529 acres available for public hunting, fishing and general recreation. Kingman, Kansas is the nearest town and has all amenities and a healthcare center.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 158.62
Price: $990,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1040
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