Secluded Base Camp Hunting Farm Tucked in the Chautauqua Hills

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Price: $560,000
Acreage: 138
County: Chautauqua
State: Kansas

Property Description

Here lies the perfect base camp property for a group of hunters with 3 small buildings converted into cabins and bunkhouses. The farm consists of native grass, oak timber, and cedar thickets tucked into the Chautauqua hill country. The varying terrain offers rolling hills with timbered draws and creek bottoms along Turkey Creek. The blackjack timber is a mix of larger hardwoods and vast cedar thickets that help create a natural habitat for wildlife bedding and food sources. There is a small pond next to the home site which is on a water well. The seller built a quaint shophouse, simple and low maintenance. Along with two other small cabins set up for housing guests or additional hunters. This farm exceeds the 80-acre minimum to qualify for a non-resident landowner tag, so you can avoid the draw. It is an ideal starter farm or a great addition to other farms. There is an internal trail system originally created for trail riding for horses and hiking. But also allows easy access throughout the farm to stands or blinds. The rock bluffs overlook Turkey Creek and the hardwood bottoms for excellent vantage points during the rut. This farm sits within a 2-mile by 2-mile section with no crossroads and little pressure.

Hunting pressure on this farm has been minimal and it is in a region with quality deer management practices in place. The diverse mix of the property offers great potential for quality deer, as well as other game. A second wildlife pond adds great habitat value and water for livestock. There are also multiple small, wet weather creeks laced throughout the farm. The mineral rights on the property will transfer and are 100% intact. Easy access just outside of Chautauqua coupled with the small cabin and bunkhouses allows for growing into a successful hunting farm for both deer and turkey.

Property Features

  • 138 +/- acres of native pasture with ample timber
  • 3 cabins make for hunting group base camp
  • Improve an off-grid home with well water as primary source
  • Small pasture for grazing few livestock
  • Multiple ponds
  • Turkey Creek runs through property
  • Access off the edge of Chautauqua at dead-end road
  • Varying elevations
  • Timber with rock outcroppings
  • Good mix of grass
  • Timber for quality hunting
  • Managed hunting pressure over the last couple years, primarily bow only
  • Adjoins farms that are strongly managed for quality deer herd improvement
  • Multiple great food plots and feeder locations to create pocket setups
  • 10 minutes Sedan, KS; 2 hours to Wichita; 40 minutes to Bartlesville, OK; 1.5 hours to Tulsa, OK

Property Address

650 E Woolsey Street, Sedan, KS