Auction

Knight Family

August 20, 2024
Chanute
, KS
160+/- Acres

Auction: Knight Family – Wilson County, KS – 160 +/- Acres – 8/20/24

2400 Rd & Viola Rd, Chanute, KS 66720
160.00 +/- Acres

Property Description

This highly attractive recreational unit with productive crop ground, tillable hay meadow, and thick bedding cover is located in northeastern Wilson County near the Wilson/Woodson County line. Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers is honored to represent the Knight Family Revocable Trust with the sale of the property via online auction. The property is a top-of-the-line Kansas hunting unit with additional attributes of productive crop ground, hay meadow, thick bedding cover, and utilities nearby.

To register to bid, click here: https://vaughnroth.hibid.com/catalog/562472/knight--160-----acres---wilson-county--ks-8-20-24

The property totals 160-acres in size and is located approximately 6-miles northwest of Chanute in northeastern Wilson County. The tract is composed of roughly 60-acres of productive crop ground, 20-acres of hay meadow with productive Woodson and Kenoma silt loam soils, and 80-acres of thick timber (approximately 65-acres is fenced) providing appeal to the serious hunter and the ag producer alike. The property has roughly 50’ feet of topography change and includes a beautiful gentle roll. The parcel has gravel road access along its southern and eastern borders and is located 2-miles from paved K39 HWY. Rural water and electrical lines are both located near the intersection of Viola Rd and 2400 Rd at the southeast corner of the parcel.

This parcel is an excellent quality hunting unit in an area well known for its high deer density, large mature whitetails, and good turkey and quail hunting. This tract provides outstanding hunting opportunities to the outdoor enthusiast with an excellent blend of 60-acres of productive crop ground, 20-acres of hay meadow with class II and III silt loam soils that could easily be converted to crop ground or utilized for food plots, and 80-acres of thick brushy cedar filled timber providing outstanding bedding cover to wildlife. The property feels very secluded and dense as you move through it providing excellent cover for wildlife who live on and frequent the tract. The property provides excellent hunting opportunities for bow hunters with multiple pinch points provided by the travel corridors on the parcel between the timber, crop, and meadow acreages as well as excellent rifle hunting opportunities with open meadows and crop ground located on the parcel. Crop acreage on the property totals roughly 60-acres, lays level to gently rolling, and includes roughly 70% Kenoma Silt Loam, 20% Woodson Silt Loam, and 10% Zaar Silty Clay soils. Meadow acreage on the property totals roughly 20-acres and lays level to gently rolling with roughly 65% Kenoma Silt Loam and 35% Woodson Silt Loam soils. The meadow acreage on the property could easily be converted to crop production if desired or utilized to add secluded food plots to the property to add to the recreational appeal of the tract. With mature hedge rows surrounding the perimeter of the property along the roadsides the property feels highly secluded offering excellent cover and seclusion to wildlife. Timber on the tract includes an excellent mixture of tall native and cool season grasses and thick cedars offering phenomenal cover to wildlife. Roughly 65-acres of the timber on the property is fenced with four small ponds and could be grazed if desired. Whether you are a deer, turkey, or quail hunter you aren’t going to want to miss your chance to purchase this excellent tract that includes good agricultural production income that meshes well a hunter’s needs.

In addition to the exceptional hunting opportunities the tract provides it would also provide a nice location in the country for a future home build. Electrical service runs along the road on the south side of the property with a rural water line located near the road intersection adjoining the southeast corner of the property. Please contact Neosho County RWD #12 at 620-432-4587 with questions concerning rural water meter availability and capacity.

You aren’t going to want to miss your chance to purchase this highly attractive Wilson County parcel. Top quality hunting parcels in this area don’t often come available on the open market, especially those with good agricultural crop production and utilities located nearby. Please call Henry Ott at 620-437-7340 to set up your property showing today!

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Auction Info: Online auction will begin on August 16th, 2024 at noon with a dynamic auction closing beginning at noon on August 20th, 2024

Earnest Money: $40,000 due day of the auction.

2023 Taxes: $1383.84

Driving Directions from Chanute: Head west on 39 HWY for 6-miles to Viola Road. Head north on Viola Rd for 2-miles to 2400 Road and the property will start on the west side of the road.

Legal Description:  SE4 of Section 6-27S-17E of the 6th PM; Wilson County, KS

Minerals: 100% of seller owned minerals transfer to the new buyer.

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