Diverse 160 Acre Bourbon County Farm

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Price: Pending
Acreage: 160
County: Bourbon
State: Kansas

Property Description

This 160 +/- acre farm is part of a larger tract that has only had 2 owners in over 100 years. Properties like this rarely come available in Bourbon County, an area long known for trophy deer genetics. Just in time for deer season and those landowner tags this farm is an outstanding piece of real estate. Walnut Creek runs through the west side of the property from north to south and brings with it some timbered draws and ridges. A combination of mature timber, brushy bottoms and improved pasture and hay field make this farm a very diverse habitat system. There are plenty of large trees for hanging a tree stand along some of the endless edges that make up this diverse hunting property. The property also boasts blacktop frontage on Highway 54 and is currently producing hay, but about 50 acres could be put back into tillable for extra income and to help the deer hunting. There are also some great spots just waiting for a food plot. I’ve never been on this farm without seeing deer as it lays in the heart of a great deer hunting area. A farm like this with the water and habitat diversity, as well as the travel corridor that Walnut Creek provides is a slam dunk big buck property, and for the hunter that enjoys habitat architecture the farm is a blank canvas. Contact me today for a private showing of this incredible opportunity to own your own piece of southeast Kansas hunting ground that is close to hotels, restaurants and other amenities!

Property Features

  • 160 +/- acres in mixed pasture and timber
  • Walnut Creek bottom
  • Mature timber
  • 4 ponds
  • 10 miles west of Fort Scott, KS
  • 100 miles from Kansas City
  • Income producing hay ground or tillable
  • Blacktop frontage
  • Multiple build sites
  • Power and water available
  • Diverse habitat

Property Address

0000 Hwy 54, Redfield, KS