Check out this great +/-27.5 acre rural home property with a ton of possibilities. Located just north of KS HWY 54 in Pratt County, Kansas, this property features a well-kept 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, an incredible metal shop, grain storage and +/-19 acres of grassland bordering Kansas Wildlife Department managed lands. Land The home sits at the east end of long east/west strip of grass, trees and shrubs holding upland birds, whitetail deer, turkeys and small game. There are tall elm trees guarding the western side of the home and a tall, dense row of cedars protecting the eastern and southern side of the homestead. In addition to the protection it provides the home, these trees also provide an excellent place for wildlife to thrive. The grassland is partially fenced and could be used for livestock or horses. Improvements The Home: The home features 3 bedrooms and 2 baths spread throughout 3300 square feet of living space. The original portion of the home is modular build with a permeant foundation and it was added onto with a on-site stick build addition and basement. As you enter from the front door, you will quickly find a nice a office space well suited for today’s remote work environment. There is also a large formal dining room just off of the kitchen that features custom cabinetry throughout. These kitchen cabinets have all the bells, whistles and lazy-susans you could dream about. The kitchen also features tile flooring and a sit down breakfast bar. There is also a wonderfully large family entertainment room with newer carpet and a gas fireplace surrounded by awesome built-in cabinets and shelves. This is where you can envision full families gathering for the holidays or relaxing afternoons. This room even has a sliding glass door leading to a covered and screened porch. Just outside the screened porch hangs a tire swing from one of the large elm trees in the yard creating another fun family gathering place. The three bedrooms all have newer carpet, Pella windows and nice sized closets. The large master suite features a separate sink area and a tub shower, tile flooring and built in bath cabinets. The detached garage is only steps away from the laundry and mud room which has an oversized wash sink and is set up great for cleaning up after a long day working on the farm. The basement provides plenty of storage, a den and non-conforming bedroom. In addition to the basement providing shelter from storms, there is also an extra long electric disconnect for a generator just outside the home…no more getting stuck without power. The Outbuildings: Highlighted by the 54’x114′ heated metal shop; this building is a dream! It has two oversized equipment doors, an office, a bathroom, it is plumbed throughout for air and 40% of the flooring is finished in concrete. Add in the new metal roof and this building can be used for just about anything…and probably still have room and ammenities to spare. Potential uses include storage, mechanic shop, wood shop, indoor riding arena, light industrial manufacturing or any number of other uses…limited only by your imagination. This is a great building. There is also a secondary shop building that was the original one on the farm. It is a sturdy, wooden frame building that, if it could talk, could tell stories of the grain trucks and farm implements it has housed of the years. It has a wood burning stove for heat and to this day, makes a great companion to the newer building mentioned above. There are four 20,000 bushel grain bins, one 5,000 bushel holding bin and a grain dryer all on site. With some updating, these could be put back into production, or it could also be possible to sell the storage bins, if you didn’t need them. Finally, there is also a storage barn located on the western side of the home. This building has built in shelving and would work great for storage of lawn equipment or Recreation The cackles of rooster pheasants and whistles of bobwhite quail can be heard throughout the farmstead. The cedar tree rows and dense grassland provide excellent cover for upland birds. Whitetail deer and turkeys can also routinely be seen on the property. Sitting just to the south of a large public hunting area managed by the State of Kansas, this property provides refuge to wildlife that may have been displaced by public land hunters. Dove, small game and predators can also be found and enjoyed on this property. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights and mineral rights are both expected to transfer to the new owner. Region & Climate Pratt County, KS is home to all four weather seasons. You will experience everything from hot summer days, cold winter days and everything in between. There is typically a breeze and there are an average of just over 24 inches of rain and 18 inches of snow each year. Location This property is located just north of KS Hwy 54 and approximately 11.5 miles west of Pratt, KS. Pratt is a full service city with a population of approximately 6500 people. Pratt has a fully functioning hospital, junior college and all other desired amenities. The area is strong in farming, ranching and is home to some of the best diversity Kansas has to offer.