Situated in eastern Neosho County, Kansas sits this 72 acre parcel with unlimited potential. With its location 2 hours south of Kansas City, 2 hours north of Tulsa, and 1 hour and 15 minutes from Joplin, MO, access will not be an issue. It has multiple uses including a great potential build site.
Let us begin with what the great state of Kansas is known for, the monster whitetails. This area of Neosho County has long been known for its giant whitetails. This property has enough cover to hold deer year around and the pond will keep them watered as well. Maybe the most attractive element is its location. We all know when it comes to big bucks, location is everything. This farm could not be placed on a map any better. With great properties all the way around, this acreage is centrally located to make your Novermber action packed. The wet weather creek allows for perfect pinch points to hang your stands for the wild November rut. I have hunted within a couple miles of this property and know for a fact, it has the capabilites to produce for you exactly what the state of Kansas is know for.
The native grass not only allows for some great habitat for the wildlife, but it provides a little extra income. With hay prices being high, this good stand of grass will allow you a little extra income on a yearly basis. After walking the property 3 times, I have came to the conclusion that there are at least 2 covey of quail that call this farm home. It's not only the quail, but i have kicked up several rabbits as well. The native grass not only supplies the wildlife with what it needs, but it adds a little extra income to your wallet.
Even with the great wildlife possibilites, one of the top attractions to this farm is the potential build site. With rural water and electricity on the property, the rest is up to you. With its western border being highway 59, you will pavement access all the way to the property. With just a little elevation to the middle of the farm, I couldn't imagine a better spot to build that potential home of your dreams. I could only imagine sitting on your back porch every morning watching the deer feed as you drank your morning coffee.
With its multiple uses, this beautiful Neosho County acreage is sure to check several boxes that you are looking for. To set up your own personal tour, contact Brian at (620)212-2027 , today!