Welcome to this excellent piece of land located in Southeast Kansas. In the midst of an ongoing drought this stand of grass is very impressive. It has not been grazed in two years, preserving an abundance of grass. Upon exploring the property you will find knee to waist high native grasses in the higher elevations. Venturing into the bottom land you'll encounter a delightful mix of Fescue and warm season grasses. This diverse vegitation adds to the year round appeal of the property. It will provide food for livestock in the summer and winter months. Whether you are interested in growing your cow/calf operation, running yearlings, or supporting a group of horses this tract of land can handle it. In fact, much of the lower 80 is comprised of Kenoma Silt Loam. This soil is commonly farmed.
Tucked away in the Southeast corner is a wild life sancutary, especially for deer. It is 1/2 mile from the roads and the trees create a triangle making a small field surrounded by trees. It is an ideal spot to plant a small food plot or put up a deer feeder and blind. The South creek creates the tree line on the outside of this triangle and the trees are plenty big enough for any type of tree stand. This is not the only area of the farm that is ready for a stand or two. Moving to the Northeast corner there is another creek that comes into the property form the North and swoops to the Southeast. The land owner reports seeing deer in this area as well. The map does not do this property justice for what it is as a hunting property. The land owners forsight to leave the property vacant for two years has allowed to become so much more. The grasses are waist high and thick in areas and there is a wide diversity of plant life growing across the property. The soils are condusive for food plots or farming, there are multiple access points, there are two different areas to set up feed and stand sites, and multiple water sources. Come see this property in person to understand what it offers a deer hunter.
This rural property is a dream come true as it sets on County Road 2100 which is a paved road. It is located in the Caney, Ks school district which offers excellent academic and atheletic opportunites for kids in Southeast Kansas. The convienence and accessibility is unparralled as it is all paved roads and within 10 minutes of Caney, Ks. The major populations centers range from 1 hour and 15 minutes to 3 hours away. Tulsa, Ok is the closest at 1 hour and 15 minutes from the farm. Another notable town that has many great amendities is Bartlesville, Oklahoma and it is located a mere 34 minutes from the property. For those of you that prefer a more relaxed pace Sedan, Ks and Independence, Ks are approximatley 20 minutes from this tract of land. If you are looking to build your dream home this property is being offered in smaller parcels as well. The seller would also entertian different options for splitting it than what we are advertising. The property does boast multiple building locations and the opportunity to have more seclusion from the gravel road Cr 2800 or the convience of pavement from Cr 2100. Water is available but subject to testing to determine the cost associated with bringing it to your desired build site. Electricity is nearby as well and it would be advised to discuss cost with the electric before committing to move forward with the purchase with and intent to build.
Experience the best of what this area has to offer with this extraordinary property. It offers an ideal location, ample building potential, access to quality education, hunting, agriculutural income potential, and producing minerals. Contact Matt Wonser to schedule a showing! mwonser@L2realtyinc.com or 620-330-7282.