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Reno County Waterfowl and Wildlife Mecca, Kansas
Property Types: Residential, Timber Land, Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches for Sale, Waterfront, Homes, Cabin, Recreational

$434,000 / 155.65 Acres / Sold

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Property Summary

$434,000
Total Acres: 
155.65
ID #: 
Closest Town: 
Sylvia
County: 
Reno County
Property Type: 
Residential, Timber Land, Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches for Sale, Waterfront, Homes, Cabin, Recreational
Water Rights: 
Pass to Buyer
Mineral Rights: 
Pass to Buyer

Activities & Amenities

Cattle/Ranch
Development Potential
Equestrian
Farm/Crops/Ag
Fishing
Food Plots
House/Cabin
Hunting - Big Game
Hunting - Predator/Varmint
Hunting - Small Game
Hunting - Turkey
Hunting - Upland Birds
Hunting - Waterfowl
Income Producing
Mineral Rights
Pond/Lake
Recreational Business
Stream/River
Timber
Water Rights
Waterfront

Land Details

Total Acres: 
155.65
Zoning: 
Agricultural
Source of Lot Size: 
Appraiser

Building Details

Homes: 
0
Bedrooms: 
0
Bathrooms: 
0
Year Built: 
unknown
Outbuildings: 
0

Property Description

Reno County Waterfowl and Wildlife Mecca

New to the market is this magnificent piece of crop and recreational land situated in big deer and waterfowl country. This property sits right next to the outstanding Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and only a short drive north to Cheyenne Bottoms, the largest wetland in the interior United States. This property has so much character with the meticulously groomed ground, all-natural timber and evergreens lining the cultivation, and multiple ponds situated perfectly. This property has plenty of water and shelter to hold those magnificent Whitetail Deer, incredible numbers of Rio Grande Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, Ringneck Pheasant, and nearly all types of waterfowl present in the central flyway- truly a gem! The Rio Grande Turkeys seek refuge in the tree line while feeding and loafing in the cultivated rye fields as well as having access to plenty of water in the pasture ponds. This property is a duck hunter’s dream with all types of ducks making this property their home and nesting ground in the spring and summer. With a prime location near Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, the property holds vast amounts of ducks during the winter migration. The grazing cattle have plenty of space to roam the mature pastures and procure a drink from a couple different water sources. A well-maintained fence lines the property. Numerous older duck blinds surround the ponds and a small electric water well does a nice job keeping them full of water during dry spells. The ponds are strategically laid out to capture extra water from the fields. When the largest pool fills to capacity, it spills over and begins supplying the smallest pool with additional water. There are a plethora of mature timber, ponds, cultivation, wind breaks, food sources, water, and habitat for almost all types of wildlife. With so many options for recreation and hunting, this is definitely a highly sought after property.  

Tillable acres currently planted to Rye. 

Water and Mineral rights pass to the buyer. 

Soil Type:

· 123.8 acres of Tivin-Dillhut fine sands, 0-15 percent slopes

·  28.9 acres of Hayes-Turon Complex, 0-5 percent slopes

·  3.2 acres of Solvay loamy fine sand, 0-2 percent slopes

Looking for a place to build that new home? This would be an awesome property to create the home of your dreams with amazing views, numerous wildlife, and blacktop access within 1 mile. This property has unlimited opportunities. The seller would like the opportunity to lease back the farming opportunities by cash renting and/or share-cropping, giving the buyer a source of income and someone nearby to watch over the property as well. This farm has been in the same family for many generations and is now available for your investment portfolio or recreational retreat for your family. Do not miss your opportunity for your very own legacy property; call JC today at 620-282-9572.

 

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