Here’s a new listing hitting the market for the first time in decades that has a lot to offer for the investor, hunter or someone looking for a scenic spot to build a home.
Located just off pavement east of New Strawn and north of Wolf Creek, this diverse property is composed of CRP, hay meadow and a cedar grove. As you can see by the pictures, this tract is a proven big buck producer with the Seller harvesting an incredible buck that scored just over 204. Please find the certificate contained within the “Downloads” tab on the listing on our website.
The majority of the property was previously in row crop production prior to being entered into the CRP program and could be transitioned back to such if desired. The CRP pays $3,704.00 annually with an expiration date of 9-30-26. The soil types in the former tillable portions consist of Kenoma and Eram silt loam varieties.
For those searching for an attractive spot to build a home, the west end of this property is a great prospect with multiple unique attributes including incredible hilltop views, a rural water line within approximately 600 feet, electric service nearby, close proximity to pavement and an old-growth cedar grove providing privacy and aesthetics. For further information on rural water costs and availability, please contact Coffey County Rural Water District #3 at 620-364-8099.
Due to the prospective influx of new industry in Coffey County, the real estate market is expected to become red hot in the coming months. Get ahead of the curve and reserve your piece of paradise! Give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour.
Brief Legal: N 1/2 of NE 1/4 of Section 31, Township 20 South, Range 16 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, KS. 81 acres, more or less.
Driving Directions from Burlington: Go north on Hwy 75 for 4.6 miles to 17th Rd and turn east. Proceed 3 miles, following the jog in the road and the property begins on the south side.