Manageable Recreation Tract With Black Walnut Groves And Tillable Acres

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Price: $80,000
Acreage: 37
County: Lyon
State: Kansas

Price Per Acre

$2,162.16 per acre

Property Description

This 37 acres recreational tract is truly one-of-a-kind with return on investment opportunity. Located east of Emporia on the Lyon and Coffey County line, just off I-35, this tract is easily accessible while still providing the feeling of seclusion. Sitting between the paved roads of Road 175 and Road 170, an endless stand of mature Black Walnuts make up 22.80 acres of the 37 acres. This dense timber stand has the potential of high harvest production with the large mature Black Walnuts to open up the canopy to allow additional growth for the younger Black Walnuts, setting the stage for future harvest. With Plum Creek running throughout the property, this helps set the stage for a perfect wildlife habitat. Whitetail trails running throughout. Turkey roosts along the east creek line. Nice elevation changes from north to south make it a great setup for a bowhunting weekend warrior to enjoy the outdoors. A perfect hidden fishing hole is located on the south side of the property. Mushroom hunting? Yes, this tract has that! The lush timber and creek provide a bounty of morel mushrooms during peak season. The 14.02 acres of tillable ground allow an owner an additional revenue source and food plot for wildlife. Current 2018 rent agreement is $317.00 cash to the landowner after fall harvest annually. Property has been subleased with the option of the tenant farmer to continue with a 1/3-2/3 share crop. Class I and Class II soil types of Ivan, Martin, and Kenoma create the fertile foundation. Whether you are an avid outdoorsman or looking for a manageable tract for a weekend getaway, this property has it all! Property is located in a flood plain. All mineral rights intact and transfer to the Buyer upon closing. Setup for hunting, 4-wheeling and exploration - this 37 acre is a hidden gem and one to tour in person!

Property Features

  • 37 acres.
  • 22.80 timber and 14.20 prime tillable.
  • Located on pavement between Road 170 and Road 175 just south of I-35 on the Lyon County and Coffey County line.
  • Mature Black Walnut Groves throughout ready for harvest opportunity.
  • Plum Creek flowing throughout.
  • Nice elevation changes creating a perfect bowhunting setup.
  • Whitetail trails and tracks throughout.
  • Turkey roosts along the east creek line.
  • Pond located on the south side of the property.
  • Morel mushrooms galore in prime season.
  • Tillable acres leased for 2018 crop year with the landowner receiving $317.00 cash rent at the end of the 2018 harvest season.
  • 2017 wheat harvest averaged at 44 bushels per acre.
  • Current farming tenant option to remain in place for following year with a 1/3-2/3 share crop.
  • Currently planted in soybeans. Past two year planted in wheat.
  • Class I and II soil types of Ivan, Martin and Kenoma.
  • All mineral rights remain intact and transfer to the Buyer upon closing.
  • Property located in flood plain.

Property Address

2200 Road 170, Reading, KS