Auction

Collier Tract 3 - 730 +/- Acres - 1/9/2024

January 9, 2024
Eskridge
, KS
730+/- Acres
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Auction: Collier Tract 3 – 730 +/- Acres

Chalk Ln & Chalk Rd., Eskridge, KS 66423
730 +/- Acres

Property Description

For those that have been looking for a large premium Flint Hills hunting parcel this 730-acre tract is it! Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers is honored to represent the Stuart Collier family with the sale of the property via online auction. This incredible top-of-the-line recreational tract is located in the middle of the Flint Hills and features nearly 120’ of topography change, thick bedding cover, three creeks that all merge on the property to form Rock Creek, and 225-acres of ground that was previously farmed with 150-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 730 +/- acres and is located in SW Wabaunsee County near both Lyon and Morris counties and is a once in a lifetime type farm with both premium recreational land and agricultural income to boot. The tract is located halfway between Council Grove and Eskridge. Properties of this size with the quality of hunting that this tract possesses rarely hit the market with this property representing the absolute best Kansas has to offer. 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 featuring great seclusion, thick bedding cover, multiple thick large oak ridges, three creeks that all come through the property to form Rock Creek, and roughly 225-acres of ground that was previously farmed with roughly 150-acres of bottomland 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 parcel 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 property stretches 1.8-miles from corner to corner allowing the dedicated hunter the ability to truly manage their deer herd and let deer grow to their full maturity without having them harvested on surrounding properties. This property truly represents the holding power required to grow monster Kansas bucks and will only continue to improve when crop ground on the tract is put back into production. 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 at the top of the list of the best hunting units we have been on and offers great income potential to boot.

For agricultural producers in the area the property includes a nice mixture of rolling native grassland and potential highly productive farmland. Roughly 225-acres of the property is currently fenced and utilized for grazing livestock. Additionally, multiple old crop fields are located on the parcel and portions of the former farm ground should be put back into crop production. Previous crop acreage totals roughly 225-acres of which roughly 150-acres is composed of very productive class I and II Reading and Ivan bottomland soils.

Overall, this tract is truly at the top of the list of hunting parcels we have been on and is a once in a lifetime farm. Please give Henry Ott a call at 620-437-7340 to set up your property tour today!

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 are open wells, cistern, and community well on the edge of the tract.

Earnest Money: $200,000 due day of the auction.

2023 Taxes: $6,574.30

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 1/2-mile and the property will start on the south side of the road.

Legal Description: S2 and NE4 in Section 9-15S-10E of the 6th PM; Wabaunsee County, KS and 252 +/- acres in the W2 of Section 10-15S-10E of the 6th PM; Wabaunsee County, KS

 

 

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