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80 +/- Acres in Russell County, Kansas

Paradise, Kansas
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With the heavily timbered Eagle Creek running through the south end and 52+ acres of excellent tillable land consisting of fertile silt loam soils, this tremendous, small tract provides the best of both worlds. Located just East of Paradise, KS, this hunting and cropland parcel features ideal habitat for hunting the caliber of trophy whitetail deer this part of the State is so well known for. Large, mature hardwoods line the creek bottom and provide excellent treestand setups for the avid archery hunter. These trees will also serve as excellent roosts for the high population of Rio Grande turkeys that call this area home. Within the SE corner of the property, several thickets and cedar trees are scattered along the hillside and this particular area serves as a picture-perfect vantage point for scouting and hunting deer and turkeys and they filter into the cropland from the thick timber within the SW corner. Highway 18 provides excellent paved access to the property on the north side, just outside of the town of Paradise. The 52+ acres of tillable land consists of highly productive silt loam soils that can be planted to your choice of numerous crops grown in this area. These acres will also provide a source of revenue stream from the property.

  • Located just East of Paradise, KS on the south side of HWY 18

  • 52.96 +/- acres of tillable cropland. Currently idle of any crop and buyer will take possession upon closing

  • Eagle Creek winds through the SW corner of the property

  • Paradise Creek and Eagle Creek join just to the South of this property creating a very high traffic travel corridor for whitetail deer

  • 3-4 acres in the SE corner of the property consist of plum thickets, tall cottonwoods, and scattered cedars. This area gives an optimal vantage point overlooking the cropland as whitetail deer filter out of the heavily wooded creek bottom to feed in the evenings

  • Large cottonwood trees

  • Water throughout the creek bottom

  • Abandoned railroad bed serves as another major travel corridor for wildlife. Large mature trees border the railroad bed providing great setups for archery hunting

  • Excellent, convenient access from HWY 18

  • All of the Sellers mineral rights will transfer to the Buyer upon closing

Contact Land Specialists Adam Hann (785-259-2469), Mitch Keeley (785-259-0492) or Steve Shaffer (785-738-0037) for more details.

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