Thick, luscious timber along with multiple creeks and waterways run throughout this amazing property. TONS of wildlife, thick habitat, and so much potential on this property! Land Thick, luscious timber along with multiple creeks and waterways run throughout this one of a kind property. TONS of wildlife, thick habitat, and so much potential on this property! The sellers recovered a 187’ deer on the property that was never on camera and seems to have died of old age. Properties with this much high quality farmland and habitat that receive very minimal pressure are extremely rare. Highly productive cropland for a nice income on about 104 tillable acres. Farm tenant with shared crop arrangement ⅓ to landowner ⅔ to the farmer. Timber, water, food, and low pressure makes this property an absolute dream for the discerning recreational buyer. The terrain also works with the property giving the wildlife plenty of seclusion and privacy not able to be seen from the roads while in the timber or much of the field. This property is also an excellent turkey property each spring. A property and opportunity like this is very rare.  Legal Description: NW4 of S22, T19, R16 in Rush County Land Features: Mineral rights pass with land to Buyer at closing. Water rights pass with land to Buyer at closing. 52+/- acres timber / grass  104+/- Tillable Deer Management Hunt Unit 5 2022 Taxes: $1058.72 Soil Report: 55.02 Acres: Uly silt loam, 3 to 6 percent slopes 33.2 Acres: Roxbury silt loam, occasionally flooded 65.69 Acres: Harney silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes Community/Attractions: 5 miles south of K-96 Highway Approximately 15 miles west of Great Bend Municipal Airport Just a little over 2 hours from Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport Wichita, Kansas Approximately 40 minutes to Cheyenne Bottoms Approximately 60 minutes to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge

Property details:

Property Status: Under Contract
Acreage: 153.7
Price: $537,634  
MLS/Other ID: 1035
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