This beautiful farmstead, orchard, and native grass property is located in Ness County, less than 3 miles from the city of Brownell and only 13 miles from Cedar Bluff Reservoir. Very secluded with excellent access only 3 miles South of HWY 4.
The main residence on the ranch was built in 2000 and features over 1,920 sq feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. The interior of the house is perfectly complemented with gorgeous Aspen wall paneling and beautiful tile flooring throughout. The home is sturdy as you’ll find with 3 concrete interior walls and steel beams within the 4’ crawl space. Wood burning stove in the living room, as well as central air and heat to provide complete comfort during all seasons of the year. Rustic faux log siding completes the exterior of the home.
Property also features a comfortable guest home featuring 3 beds and 1 bath. Stunning cherry wood floors and a beautiful open setting highlights the guest home, while central air and heat provide absolute comfort for your guests.
Fully fenced and gated apple tree orchard consists of over 220 irrigated apple trees
40’ x 64’ machine shed
20’ x 30’ workshop with rustic sliding doors and outdoor lounge area
20’ x 80’ barn with horse stalls, tack room, and steel corrals
Horse training corral near the barn
20’ x 40’ chicken house
Granary near the barn has been kept meticulously clean and is currently used for storing firewood
Water provided on the property via Trego Rural Water District #2
Seasonal pond and water well provide additional water source for livestock and horses
RV hookup with electricity, water, and sewage system in place
Large mature cottonwoods and cedar trees South of the farmstead provide excellent shelter for wildlife and beautiful scenery year-round
Nearly 230 acres of native grass that is sectioned off into 5 separate pastures by cross fencing allowing for convenient control for grazing livestock or horses
79.82 acres of cropland currently planted to switchgrass. The majority of the tillable acres consist of Class II & III Uly & Harney-Uly silt loam soils
Over 3 miles of twisted horse wire fence, hence the name “Twisted Wire Ranch”
All of the Sellers mineral rights will pass to the Buyer, as well as all rental payments from the Salt Water Disposal well located on the Western half of the property
Good hunting opportunities on the property with several whitetail deer frequenting the timbered area near the farmstead, pheasants and quail within the switchgrass acres, and waterfowl commonly visiting the pond
Kubota Tractor and Attachments, John Deere Z830A riding mower, and double bench Polaris Ranger with fully enclosed cab are NEGOTIABLE with the purchase of the property
Contact Whitetail Properties land specialist, Adam Hann, today at 785-259-2469 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your viewing of this incredible property or for more information.