If you have ever dreamed of owning your very own piece of first class hunting property that pays the bills, here is your opportunity. This 173 acre tract has it all. 90 acres of this property are tillable that consist of class I Reading and class II Ivan on the East, and class IV Irwin on the West. 28 acres are currently planted to alfalfa and produced almost 400 bales from 5 cuttings this past year. The remainder of crop ground has been very well-maintained and has been terraced where need be. There are several pocket fields on this property that have been made easily accessible for large machinery but at the same time are very secluded for deer and elk to sense seclusion. Surrounding each field stands mature timber composed of hackberry, ash, and numerous walnut trees. Walnut Creek winds through the property flowing North. This creek has a rock bottom and continues to flow in the driest of times. The banks along the creek are very steep thus making it very easy to identify the few, very frequently used deer crossings. On the far east side of the property grows very lush native grasses lined with cedar trees proving ideal cover for wildlife.
As you tour the property you will notice the old stone fences throughout the property that lead back to the original homestead that was once a thriving operation with the main home built with hand-stacked, cut stone, as well as several other buildings that were created at the time. There are several border and cross fences with gates that have been updated recently and are currently being used to winter a few head of cattle. This property also features an endless flowing water well to keep your livestock watered. Call Brenda Doudican to schedule your private showing today!
Property Features -173 total acres -90 acres tillable -Walnut creek runs through property -Excellent fencing -Functioning well -Automatic cattle waterer -Outstanding deer and turkey habitat -Elk frequently roam the property -Tree lined fields and creek with mature timber -Old stone fence throughout -Several stone buildings including original stone home -Electricity on property -Heavily traveled deer paths -Buck rubs throughout property
West from Randolph, Ks on Co Hwy 875 to Union Rd. South to property.