Are you looking to get your own affordable home place on an acreage out in the country? This home was originally built in 1870 and has almost 2,200 sq ft of room. With elbow grease this place could be quite impressive with the outbuildings and house.
This house and 46 acres are mostly pasture land. A small alley of land connects the part behind the barn to the lionshare of the acreage. There is also a road and gate on the south that allows you entry to the pasture. Ponds are crucial in order for livestock and wildlife to freely have access and this place has a very nice established pond in the northwest corner. There isn't any fence on the east boundary of this part of the farm, the neighbor has a cattle lease that will continue until the end of the calendar year. With this additional acreage it's easy to imagine this homestead getting back to work and being productive.
Put the house and outbuildings back to use. The red barn and fenced pasture area will have you thinking how they used to do things in the old days. Two silos tower high above the homestead and are relics that are easy to stop and marvel at the ingenuity. An added bonus on this particular piece of real estate is that it offers free natural gas up to 200,000 cubic feet each calendar year. There is rural water, a well and cistern on the property as well as a functioning windmill to keep everything watered. Electricity is already running to the house and outbuildings, and there is even an old septic system somewhere on the property but no one is sure of its condition. There are multiple outbuildings already on the property, making it even more valuable and giving you a big head start to homesteading this land again.
If you have been daydreaming about your own property and getting away from the neighbors then this one might just be for you. Call or text Andrew at 620.313.0783 for a private showing. House is selling as is. Also listed with less acreage.
-Fenced pasture area
-Well and cistern
-Old septic system
-Wilson County Kansas state fishing lake nearby