Located in Western Labette County, this 76 acre property consisting entirely of tame cool season grass, is an ideal addition to any cattle operation.
Perimeter fencing is in average to good condition, and currently holding stock, while the pond and creek provide a year round water source. The timber along the creek should provide some protection from the elements, while the well graveled road through the property provides easy access, although part of the road will need some work.
Cherry Creek runs through the property and connects two large woodlots. Although it has been strictly used for cattle purposes in the past, the creek should be an ideal natural travel corridor for whitetail deer and the resident turkey population the area is known for. Composed of Class I and II Silt Loam soils the property has multiple ideal food plot locations that would further enhance wildlife to the property.
The pond should offer some fresh water fishing opportunities, while an additional low spot could be easily converted into an additional pond or small wetland for attracting waterfowl.
Located just 2.6 miles from the North end of Big Hill Lake and 2 miles from HWY 169, the property is in Unified School District 447, and would make an ideal build site, with all utilities available.
Mineral rights will not transfer, with there being no current production. Contact Land Specialist Jake Kolb for more information or to schedule a private showing. 620-252-5881 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Cool Season Tame Grass
*Average to Good Perimeter Fencing
*Class I and II Silt Loam Soils
*Approximately 2.6 miles to Big Hill Lake
*Approximately 2 miles to HWY 169
*Approximately 4.5 miles to Cherryvale, KS
*Approximately 15 miles to Independence, KS
*Approximately 17 miles to Parsons, KS