Settled at the end of a dead end road is a 160 acre organic red steer cattle ranch that has been meticulously maintained. The home, outbuildings and fences are all in excellent shape, making this property move-in ready. Business opportunity surrounds this farm whether you wish to continue the organic cattle operation or start your own.
Looking over the farm, with all its incredible views, sits the remodeled homestead. Be impressed from the moment you step onto the front porch and enter into the warm and inviting living area. Attention naturally gravitates to the updated kitchen complete with granite countertops, as well as a granite island and bar stools. Transition smoothly throughout the house with an open floor plan. The oversized master bedroom is on one side of the home and is accompanied by an attached bathroom and closet. On the other side of the house are two spacious bedrooms separated by a nice bathroom. Keep warm in the winter with the fireplace or furnace and cold in the summer with a new Carrier HVAC heating and cooling system. Step outback to a covered patio with concrete and a large fenced in yard for pets. Equipment and vehicle storage will be no problem on this ranch. A detached garage for cars and trucks sits just steps away from the front door. Follow the drive around the house and find two 30×48 metal buildings that both have electricity, and one has a concrete floor.
This cattle operation is second to none and has been judicially maintained by the owner. Since early 2014, this farm has had no herbicides or pesticides and is USDA grass fed certified. There is little to no invasive plants on the landscape. The care taken and forethought is obvious from the tight fences to the sparkling clean ponds. The main ponds have been fenced off and underground piping to a stock tank allows for these ponds to stay crystal clear. Native grass waving in the wind seems like an endless ocean of grazing opportunities. Cross fencing and grazing rotation is a big part of keeping this grass clean with lots of native decreasers present on the landscape. There are 7 different pastures in total with 5 major pastures providing the lion’s share of the grazing. Since there are roads on one side and Corp of Engineering land on the other, there are no shared fences with other peoples cattle.
Recreational freedoms are abound whether you want a weekend retreat to ride horses, cruise around on four wheelers or just camp out under the stars. The hundreds of acres owned by the Corp of Engineers, public hunting land is literally right out your back door. Sneak right into the Otter Creek bottom from your house. This would be a half mile walk at least for someone not adjoining the land. Hunt giant Kansas deer in the fall and chase turkeys around in the spring, until it’s time to catch some fish out of one of the ponds. The dead end roads keeps the traffic down to a minimum and you soon learn who should be there and who should not.
Come see this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home that comes complete with views out of a magazine. This diverse 160 offers many great uses for many different people. If you are ready to own something this amazing, give Andrew a call at (620) 313-0783 to schedule a private tour.
-Access to Otter Creek
-Hundreds of acres of public land
Crystal clear ponds
69 miles from Wichita, KS
1 mile from Highway 99
55 miles from Emporia, KS