Serenity Springs: This tract of land is all of that and more, with FREE NATURAL GAS, all you can use. Serenity Springs is 106 +/- acres of peaceful solitude embracing a 4 acre spring fed lake which is 25 to 30 feet deep with a wide variety of large fish. The property also has an abundance of springs and a 1/2 mile of creek running through it. Wildlife is another great attraction to this outstanding farm ranging from trophy whitetail bucks and wild turkey to ducks, geese, quail and predators. Approximately 70 terraced and tillable acres has been planted with a mixture of grasses for pasturing buffalo and cattle. The property is fenced and cross fenced with very good fencing, sheep wire on the bottom and barbed wire above. Working corrals and sorting pins sit at the entrance of the property for easy loading or unloading of livestock. The entire corral system was built by a professional buffalo handler out of new steel pipe. The home on this property sits at the end of a 1/4 mile driveway, with 1,100 sq. ft. of living quarters on the top level and a shop with 12 foot ceilings and 4 car attached garage on the bottom level. The living quarters is handicap accessible throughout the whole place, kitchen, bathroom and stairs. Features of this home include a bathroom with a 2 person marble jetted tub, a kitchen with 2 sinks and work areas, a 36' x 12' deck, one bedroom and a large living area. This property comes with all the mineral rights. One oil well producing a 1/2 barrel a day and free natural gas with two hookups for the property. Along with the well that provides water to the home, there are 2 water meters that have been bought and paid for, one is in use and the other is ready to use when needed. There are three 5 acre plotted lots that have been grandfathered in with the county zoning department. The last 5 acre lot in the neighborhood sold for $12,000 an acre and now 40 acres is the smallest lot you can build on. This farm is only 5 miles from Baldwin City and 6 miles from interstate I-35. Please give me a call if you would like a closer look at this farm or have any questions about it.