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Collier Tract 2

Eskridge
, KS
478+/- Acres
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Auction: Collier Tract 2 – 478 +/- Acres – Flint Hills, Kansas

28720 Chalk Ln., Eskridge, KS 66423
478 +/- Acres

Property Description

This highly attractive recreational and agricultural tract is located in Wabaunsee County and offers phenomenal hunting along with good agricultural potential. Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers is honored to represent the Stuart Collier family with the sale of the property via online auction. This parcel is a top-of-the-line recreational tract located in the middle of the Flint Hills and features 110’ of topography change, thick bedding cover, three creeks, and 150-acres of ground that was previously farmed with 125-acres of this ground being highly productive class I and II Reading and Ivan bottomland soils. The property additionally includes roughly 225-ares that are currently fenced and utilized for livestock grazing.

The property totals 478 +/- acres and is located in SW Wabaunsee County near both Lyon and Morris counties and includes a beautiful mixture of hunting and agricultural land. This parcel would make an excellent unit for someone looking for a prime hunting tract that also has the ability to provide good income from agricultural uses when the property is not being hunted. Whether you are a deer, turkey, or quail hunter, an investor, or a local ag producer this parcel truly includes something for everyone!

To start, the property is an extremely stout hunting unit for the area featuring great seclusion, thick bedding cover, multiple thick large oak ridges, three creeks, and roughly 150-acres of productive crop ground with primarily bottom soils that could be put back into production if desired to further enhance the recreational appeal of the tract. The property is filled with extremely high deer numbers with great bucks calling the property home. With three creeks coming together on the property at the top of Rock Creek this is a bow hunters rut hunting dream property but is also set up extremely well for the rifle hunter. The caretaker of the property indicated that when the property was farmed and turkey numbers were stronger there were 500+ turkeys on the farm. This property is one of the best hunting units we have been on and offers great income potential to boot.

For agricultural producers in the area the property should not be overlooked with the property including a great mixture of native grassland and potential highly productive farmland. Roughly 225-acres of the property is currently fenced and utilized for grazing livestock. Additionally, four old crop fields with highly productive soils are located on the parcel and should be put back into crop production. These fields total roughly 150-acres of which roughly 125-acres is composed of very productive class I and II Reading and Ivan bottomland soils. If solely the bottomland acres were put back into production, you would have roughly 350-acres in ag usage for either crop or livestock production.

Overall, this tract is a very beautiful unit that would be a great fit for hunters, investors, and ag producers alike. Please give Henry Ott a call at 620-437-7340 to set up your property tour today!

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Disclosures:

  1. There is a small abandoned cemetery located on this parcel. Please contact agent for further location details.
  2. There is a presence of sericea lespedeza on this property.
  3. There is an open well on the tract.

Earnest Money: $130,000 due day of the auction.

Driving Directions from Council Grove: Travel east on 56 HWY for roughly 10-miles to Rd E. Go north on Rd E (turns into Agnes City Rd) for roughly 7-miles till the road turns left onto Chalk Rd. Proceed west for 3/4-mile and the property will start on the south side of the road.

Brief Legal Description: S2 and NE4 in Section 9-15S-10E of the 6th PM; Wabaunsee County, KS

 

 

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