Easy Gee Ranch-240Acres in Barton County

375 N Washington Ave
Great Bend, Kansas
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Property Description: Here is the all american dream property. This property has something for everyone and has never before been on the market since it was deeded to the family in a land grant in the 1800’s. President Grant's signature is on the original abstract. The original homestead was built in 1895 and has been meticulously maintained. This beautiful 3 story home with a basement sits on the edge of the Walnut Creek where you can look at the creek from your backyard. 

Legal Description: NE4 and E2 of S8, T19, R13

Land Features:

  • +/- 230 acres of tillable ground are planted to hay/alfalfa.

  • 3 Car garage with propane heat, electric, and new electric openers. Completely sheeted and insulated.

  • 3 Car Carport with propane heat.

  • 30X30 Block built shop with concrete floors and electric.

  • 36X40 Shop with concrete floors, completely insulated and finished, electric openers, and large capacity plug ins for welders.

  • 15X30 Mower Shed with concrete floors, overhead door, and electric hookup.

  • 80X50 carport: 18' tall with electric hookups. Great for campers and equipment

  • 30X40 carport

  • 26X12 Carport

  • Bridge Across Creek

  • Development opportunities - Housing, waterfowl / hunting, dirt / rock / sand / lake, water.

  • Mineral Rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.

  • Water Rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.

    • The W½ NE¼ & NE¼ NW¼ of 8-19-13W:  File No. 9856 is a surface water diversion and is permitted for 61 AF at 705 gpm on 110 acres.  File No. 9857 is a groundwater diversion on the same 110 acres.  It is permitted 94 AF at 745 gpm.  Both permits are in the Walnut Creek IGUCA.

    • Multiple offers on the water rights have been made to the sellers.

    • Valley tower irrigation equipment, propane powered motors, and flood irrigation pipe and systems all pass to the Buyer with the sale of the property.


  • 2020 Taxes: $6,472.86

  • Water rights have been rented out for about $10,000 / year to neighboring properties

  • Oil Production Income:
    • 2017: $29,858.88
    • 2018: $18,265.94
    • 2019: $17,959.48
    • 2020: $6,677.58
    • Jan-May 2021: $4,606.98
  • Farm income on cash rent at $20,000 / year. 

  • Saltwater Disposal Well (Payment passes with land to Buyer)


  • Built in 1895

  • 3 Bedroom, 3 Full Baths
  • Half wrap covered porch

  • Upper level covered balcony

  • Beautifully manicured Fescue lawn 

  • Well maintained wood and heavy duty pipe fence surrounds the homestead. 

  • 2 water wells for sprinklers, home, and shop.

  • Large amounts of storage between the home, garage space, and shop all with electrical outlets, lights, and running water. 

  • All appliances stay with the house except for the washer and dryer.

  • The main entrance to the property is equipped with an electric opener and keycode at the gate.

  • ½ mile long driveway leading to house with security gate at the main entrance. 

  • Heavy duty pipe fence currently finishing construction for a majority of the perimeter of the property

  • Blacktop access to the front gate

  • White rock drive

  • Extremely clean and well maintained property

  • Metal roof

  • New Water softener, reverse osmosis, hot water heater, pressure tank, and sediment filters.

Soil report:

  • 160.17 Acres: New Cambria silty clay loam, rarely flooded

  • 80.18 Acres: Bridgeport silt loam, rarely flooded

Hunting: Pheasant, Quail, Deer, Waterfowl, Turkey, and Predator.

  • Incredible waterfowl opportunities with some development. Surface water rights allow you to dig a large pond / or lake and the proximity to Cheyenne Bottoms makes this area extremely attractive for all types of waterfowl and wildlife. 

  • Whitetailed Deer. Walnut Creek is known for its incredible deer population and this property seems to always hold a large population of large Kansas whitetails. 

  • Rio Grande Turkeys. Every spring you will see big toms strutting throughout the property and large winter groups of turkeys. 

  • Upland. Bobwhite quail can be found along the treelines and throughout the property. Ringneck pheasants are abundant in the area as well. 


  • Located off of N Washington Ave, and the home sits back further in the property. 

  • 2 miles North of the City of Great Bend, Kansas (population: 15,358)

  • 5 miles South of the City of Hoisington, Kansas (population: 2,840)

  • 8 miles Northeast of the Great Bend Municipal Airport

  • Less than 2 hours from Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport in Wichita, Kansas.

  • Located 80 mins from Salina, KS; 1hr 55 mins from Wichita, KS; 2 hrs 50 mins from Topeka, KS; 3 hrs 40 mins from Kansas City, KS


  • A short 3 miles East of Cheyenne Bottoms, lies in the Central Flyway and the largest inland wetlands in the United States. 

  • Approximately 35 miles Northwest of  Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. 

  • About 55 miles east of Kanopolis Lake. 

  • About 55 miles south of Wilson Lake.

  • About 44 miles southwest of Kanopolis Drive In Theatre.

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