Coffey County Investment Property
This new listing will interest a diverse audience, whether you are an investor/speculator, someone looking for a location for a new home or a deer hunter looking for a place to pursue whitetails with some return on investment. Totaling 78 acres more or less, this parcel is located directly across the road to the north from the proposed property that’s scheduled to break ground this September for building related to semi-conductor manufacturing, providing substantial potential upside value.
This tract is currently used for row-crop production with approximately 64 acres of cropland according to FSA records with the majority of the balance in heavy hardwood timber. According to the soil map, the soil types are dominated by Kenoma silt loam at 54.23 acres with the balance being a mix of Apperson-Eram, Summit and Eram-Apperson varieties.
For the hunter looking for return on investment, this is definitely a prospect to take a close look at. The timber on this parcel is connected to one of the main timbered draws that runs north out of the legendary whitetail sanctuary surrounding Wolf Creek nuclear facility and is a beneficiary of this natural funnel. Along with a good food source and bedding areas, this property also boasts a small amount of road frontage on just one side, providing a private retreat for resident deer.
As eluded to previously, the location of this tract makes it highly desirable for those looking for a place to build a new home. Just 3/4 mile from Highway 75, it’s situated almost directly between Burlington and the I-35 corridor at BETO Junction, being approximately 8 miles to either destination. Also, location of the rural water and electric service couldn’t be much more convenient as both are located along the road bordering this tract. For information on rural water costs and capacity, please contact Coffey County Rural Water District # 3 at 620-364-8099.
Please give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour of this diverse listing with promising potential upside and location in spades!
Legal Description: A tract in the SW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 20 South, Range 15 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, KS. 78 acres, more or less.
Driving Directions from Burlington: Go north on Highway 75 for 7.85 miles to 20th Rd and turn east. Proceed 1/2 mile and the property is on the north side.