Auction: Garrett’s River Bend Tract 3 – 205 +/- Acres – 11/10/23
Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers is very honored to represent the family members that compose Garrett’s River Bend LLC with the sale of this premium land situated in the Neosho Valley just east of Burlington. We will be offering two individual tracts and then a combination of the two via online auction with the property selling in whichever form garners the most proceeds. Tract 1 features a beautiful potential homesite with pavement frontage, utilities nearby, heavy hardwood timber and big elevation changes. This is a great prospect for those wanting a build site with excellent hunting right out the back door. Tract 2 is composed of prime Neosho Valley river-bottom cropland and hardwood timber that features one of the highest percentages of Verdigris soil in the currently tilled portions that we’ve ever encountered!
Located just east of Burlington, Tract 3 is a combination of tracts 1 and 2 and totals 205 acres more or less. The bid amounts of Tract 1 and Tract 2 will be totaled and an additional $20,000.00 will be added to that total which will be the starting bid price of Tract 3. This is a much-envied tract of highly productive Neosho Valley farmland and will also appeal to those looking for a rural homesite with recreational appeal while having the amenities of town within a five-minute drive.
The list of attributes this tract offers is a long one which includes prime Verdigris tillable, pavement frontage, nearby utilities, heavy mature hardwood timber, low taxes, and well-kept neighboring properties. For the ag operator, there are multiple elevators to choose from within a 20-minute drive as well as premium soybean markets and an ethanol plant within 40 miles.
There are approximately 128 acres of cropland with the overwhelming soil type being tremendously productive Verdigris Silt Loam which composes 141.9 acres of the parcel according to the soil map. Class 2 Osage Silty Clay Loam comes in a distant second at 11.13 acres. Please view the soil map by clicking on the “Related Documents” tab on our website.
There’s an excellent prospective homesite location on the east side of this parcel with a beautiful heavily timbered backdrop extending west and north with multiple elevation changes. Rural water and electric lines run along Native Rd. For information regarding rural water capacity and costs, please contact Coffey County Rural Water District # 3 at 620-364-8099.
For the outdoorsman, there’s a lot to like here as the Neosho River flanks the west boundary of this tract and there’s also access to the rarely visited east side of the Burlington City Dam that will provide some peace and solitude while pursuing Flatheads to Spoonbill. When the water is up and the bite is on, you’ll understand why the east side is the place to be! The deer hunter will be in heaven here as there’s been countless trophy bucks harvested in the stretch between John Redmond Dam and LeRoy. The timber on the east side of the river is the natural funnel in this area for legendary Coffey County bucks and there’s some excellent bedding areas adjoining the very private and secluded sections where cropland meets timber.
Online Land Auction to begin on November 8th, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. CST. with a dynamic closing starting at 2:00 p.m. on November 10th, 2023.
If Tract 1 and 2 sell separately, a survey will be provided by the Seller on tract 1. If Tracts 1 and 2 sell in combination, there will be no survey provided by the Seller.
To register to bid, please click on the following link: https://vaughnroth.hibid.com/catalog/489993/garrett-tract-3---205-----acres--burlington--ks
Driving Directions: From Burlington, take Neosho St. east for 3/4 mile to Native Rd. and turn north. Proceed 1.09 miles and the property begins on the west side.
Brief Legal Description: A tract containing 205 acres more or less in Sections 14 and 23, Township 21, Range 15 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, Kansas, including Right-of-Way. See title commitment for full legal description.
Earnest Money: $65,000.00 due on day of auction.
Minerals: The Seller’s mineral interest transfers to the Buyer.
Property Taxes: 2023 property taxes for this parcel are estimated at $1.822.21.
Closing and Possession: Closing shall be on or before December 20th, 2023. Possession of the portion of property with cut corn shall be at closing and possession of the portions with a currently growing 2023 soybean crop shall be after harvest of such crop, not to exceed January 1st, 2024.
Tenancy: The tenant has the right to harvest the currently growing 2023 soybean crop. After harvest of said crop, the property shall not be subject to any tillable, grazing, haying or hunting leases. The tenant has farmed this tract for years and has been excellent to work with during the sales process. His attitude and cooperation is greatly appreciated. He would be highly interested in the opportunity to continuing farming the property if the Buyer is in need of a tenant.
Dynamic Closing of Bids:
Tract 1: 10:00 A.M.
Tract 2: 12:00 P.M.
Tract 3: 2:00 P.M.