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
+/- 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
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
Farm income on cash rent at $20,000 / year.
Saltwater Disposal Well (Payment passes with land to Buyer)
Built in 1895
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
New Water softener, reverse osmosis, hot water heater, pressure tank, and sediment filters.
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.