Documented Unit 11 Deer Haven
There’s no need for lip service here. The proof is in the pictures and the Seller has delivered in spades. This gorgeous parcel totals 45+/- acres and is located between LeRoy and Yates Center in the legendary buck producing Kansas Management Unit #11. Offered in an affordable size, this is a rare type of property with huge upside that packs a lot of punch for the recreational buyer.
Featuring a quiet location with a tremendous deer funnel along the Turkey Creek frontage, two ponds, heavy timber, Native grass meadows and multiple excellent locations to add foodplots, this tract checks the boxes! This stretch of Oxen Rd. is extremely lightly traveled due to the lack of residences in the area and the property is buffered from the road by both heavy hardwood timber as well as Turkey Creek. It’s a challenge to view any portion of the interior of this tract from the road. Water seems to be everywhere you turn with multiple options between the creek on the north and west sides and ponds both near the center-point and the south boundary. The interior portions offer ultra-secluded grass islands between the timber to add feeders and foodplots, creating a private whitetail sanctuary that few could rival!
Please give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to setup a tour of this rare beauty! We’re confident you’ll like it!
Legal Description: A tract containing 45 +/- acres in Section 7, Township 23 South, Range 16 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, Kansas.
Driving Directions From LeRoy, KS: Take Highway 58 west for 3 1/2 miles to Oxen Rd. and turn South. Proceed 1.9 miles and the property begins on the east side.
Minerals: The Seller's mineral interests transfer to the Buyer.
Estimated Property Taxes: $207.10
Disclosure: The driveway entrance to this property is shared with the neighboring property to the south. There's an easement for ingress/egress across the neighboring property along the established trail to access the subject property. Please find the copy of the easement in the "Related Documents".