This +/-40 acre parcel is a perfect combination of fertile, bottom ground production farm ground and timbered creek bottom that is thick with all the wildlife that Central Kansas has to offer. Located in Marion County, KS, this property sits perfectly in the bottom of a valley with a winding creek that meanders through the highly sought after farm ground. Land This productive farm ground almost entirely surrounded by old, tall timber and a winding creek that makes two switchbacks through the property creating privacy for the famed Kansas whitetail deer and other wildlife that make their homes here. This farm ground is a combination of Class 1 Reading Silt Loam, Class 2 Verdigris silt loam and Class 2 Chase silty clay loam, all with 0 to 1 percent slopes. This is some good, productive soil that does a good job of retaining moisture! The property is easy to get to and just one half mile off of US Highway 77. 250th Street runs along the south side of the property and is a good, hard packed gravel road, so access throughout the seasons should be easy. Recreation This property sets up perfect for the avid bow or rifle hunter with tall, old timber that surrounds the property and the creek bottom that takes twists and turns creating a number of parks and ambush spots. The property is also filled with quail and turkeys, whose bobwhite whistles and late afternoon gobbles could be heard almost constantly as pictures were being taken. Some pheasants can be found on the property as well. The paths worn alongside the nearly 1.4 miles of timbered edges from deer trails and other wildlife tracking through this parcel is stunning. This property holds a ton of wildlife. Hunters need to come take a look at this one…you will not be disappointed. Aside from hunting and farming, it is just a beautiful property and could be enjoyed any number of ways. This is a fantastic place to just have a place to escape the concrete jungle of the city and enjoy a fresh air hike or kid’s adventure too. Agriculture The property is currently planted to wheat and has a nice history of solid yields. There is a tenant farmer currently in place and the property has been well taken care of for many years. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights and mineral rights are both expected to transfer to new owners upon closing. Region & Climate Marion County, KS averages 35 inches of rain per year and 14 inches of snow each year. The average summer high temperature is 91 degrees and the average winter low temperature is 19 degrees. Location This property is conveniently located just one half mile west of US Highway 77 and is less than 8 miles as the crow flies to Marion Reservoir. Sitting right on the western edge of the Kansas Flint Hills, this area is highly desired for its stunning beauty, wildlife and diversity and its good agricultural production.