Long Pine Irrigated and Hunting Quarter is the perfect place for anyone's hunting getaway with terrific income potential. This property also has some wonderful, potential home/cabin sites with electrical power running on the east side of the property along the paved county road, providing excellent access. Land Long Pine Irrigated and Hunting Quarter is a 160 +/- acres of rolling sandhills with a new Valley 10 tower irrigation center pivot and corners covered in pine trees and native grass. Improvements New Valley 10 tower center pivot irrigation system, a newly drilled well and a new Isuzu diesel engine and pump. Recreation Located less than a quarter mile from Long Pine Creek, this property with it’s growing crops, lagoons, grass and tree covered corners will be a haven for a wide variety of wildlife. Hunting opportunities should include mule deer, white-tailed deer, turkey, upland birds, waterfowl and multiple species of varmints. Agriculture This farm has been raising corn, soybeans and wheat under the center pivot and is in an area with no watering restrictions. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All water and mineral rights owned by the Seller will transfer to the Buyer at Closing. General Operations The Seller currently has been having the property custom farmed. Region & Climate Long Pine Irrigated and Hunting Quarter is located on the northeastern edge of the Nebraska Sandhills and receives on average, 24 inches of rain per year and 38 inches of snow per year. History The nearby community of Long Pine was founded circa 1876, and grew quickly when the railroad was extended to the settlement in 1881. It took its name from nearby Long Pine Creek. Long Pine was a hub for the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company on what came to be known as the Cowboy Line and at one time held a large roundhouse, turntable, and servicing facility. With the advent of diesel locomotives, the steam servicing facilities were no longer needed and were moved elsewhere. Eventually, the entire line was abandoned and the last train came through the town in 1992. The former right of way has since become a recreational trail known as the Cowboy Trail. Long Pine Creek, is Nebraska’s longest self-sustaining trout stream. Location Long Pine Irrigated and Hunting Quarter is located in north central Nebraska and only a short 3 mile drive south of the community of Long Pine which is half way between the larger communities of Ainsworth and Bassett on US Hwy 20. Nearby airports are the Rock County Airport located 2 miles west of Bassett and the Ainsworth Regional Airport located approximately 7 miles west of Ainsworth which also offers jet fuel.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 161
Price: $750,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1064
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