Holloway/Noel Tract 1

November 20, 2023
, KS
164+/- Acres
Contract Pending

Auction: Holloway/Noel Tract 1 – 164+/- acres – 11/20/23

Hwy 75, Burlington, KS 66839
164 +/- Acres

Property Description

Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers presents four high-quality tracts on behalf of the Noel and Holloway families. These families are long-time clients of ours and we greatly appreciate them entrusting us with this offering. Being the final properties in their Kansas farm holdings, they’ve truly saved the best for last as their beauty, quality and upside potential can't be overstated. Neosho Valley tillable, Native and tame pastures, hardwood timber and development appeal are all attributes featured here.

This property is being offered via online auction beginning at 12:00 p.m. on 11/16/2023 with a dynamic closing to start at 10:00 a.m. on 11/20/2023.

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WOW!!! This is the likely reaction of potential buyers when they step foot on this gorgeous property located on the Neosho River just south of Burlington, Kansas. River frontage, Verdigris soil based cropland, heavy hardwood timber, native hay meadow and tame grass pasture compose this 164 +/- acre beauty with a great location to boot!

The northern portion consists of mixed grass pasture upon entrance transitioning to cropland to the east and ending at the Neosho River. The cropland acreage totals approximately 17.37 acres and is made up almost entirely of Verdigris Silt Loam soils. This area has hardwood timber on 3 sides with the heaviest being on the south side. Just to the south of this is a very concealed area of CRP that expires on 9/30/2024 making this a great potential location for foodplots or to convert however you see fit. The CRP contract covers 6.33 acres with a payment rate of $101.17 per acre for a total of $640.00 annually. The landowner's share of this annual payment is 60% while the tenant receives 40%.

The central and western regions of the property are composed of mature hardwoods and conifers along a creek drainage, providing excellent habitat for both wild and tame critters, whether you’re calving cows or pursuing whitetails. This area provides excellent concealment from both the neighboring road and the biting Kansas winter winds. Moving southward, the beef producer will find plenty to like here, starting with a Native hay meadow that encompasses approximately 11 acres. Just across the fence from the meadow is a fescue pasture that covers approximately 37 acres with 31+/- acres in grass. Cattle operators will also like the fact there's thousands of dollars of new fencing on the property, just one testament to the good care, stewardship and improvements provided by the capable tenants who are also interested in continuing to lease the property if the Buyer needs a tenant.

Again, the location is excellent, being located just off Highway 75 south of Burlington with utilities nearby. Whether you are an ag operator looking for a multi-use property and a great spot to winter cows or a hunter looking for an extremely rare type of recreational property or someone wanting acreage to build their forever home, you’ll want to come take a tour of this rare blend of real estate.

Disclosure: This property sells subject to a hunting lease that expires December 31st, 2023.

To set up a tour, please call Cameron Roth at 785-917-0867.


Brief Legal Description:  A tract containing 164 acres more or less in Section 2, Township 22 South, Range 15 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County Kansas.  Please see the preliminary title commitment for the full legal description.

Driving Directions From Burlington: Take US Hwy 75 south for 1.7 miles and the property begins on the east side.

Minerals: The Seller’s mineral interest transfers to the Buyer.

Closing and Possession: Closing shall be on or before December 20th, 2023. Possession shall be at closing subject to the hunting lease.

Earnest Money: $40,000.00 due on the day of auction.

Buyer's Premium: None! 


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