PENDING! 78.8 +/- Acres in Lincoln County, KS

$330,960.00
1222 N 170th Rd
Lincoln, Kansas
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Description

It is very rare to find a farm of this size in North Central Kansas with timbered river bottom hunting habitat, excellent income-producing cropland, and a small house to spend your time between hunts. This property offers all of the above and is in a terrific location just over a mile south of HWY 18! With over ½ mile of the Saline River roaring through the center of the property, this farm is sure to be a major travel corridor for trophy whitetail bucks and a terrific roosting spot for Rio Grande turkeys. With over 63 acres of fertile cropland, this property will generate excellent cash rent return while also providing top-notch food sources for the local wildlife. The Saline River is a proven reliable water source, even during the worst of drought years. The gravel driveway at the north end of the property leads you to a quaint country home that, with a little TLC, can be the perfect hunting cabin to spend your time during the season of your choice. Can you imagine incredible Saline River hunting right out your back door? Here is your opportunity. 

  • Located just 2 miles west of Lincoln, KS

  • 1.25 miles south of HWY 18

  • Legal Description: S/2 SE/4 of Section 3-12-8 in Lincoln County, KS

  • Address: 1222 N 170th Road, Lincoln, KS 67455

  • ½ mile of Saline River flowing through the property

  • 63 total acres of cropland. All cropland acres are currently planted to wheat

  • Trophy whitetail and turkey hunting habitat along the Saline River

  • The Saline River in this area is very reputable for producing trophy class whitetail deer

  • Small home on the property with 816 sq ft of living space and a full unfinished basement. 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. This house would make an excellent hunting camp. Minor repairs and remodeling to be expected

  • Home is selling in as-is condition without any guarantees as to the condition

  • House is vacant

  • Cropland is currently under a cash rent farming lease. Buyer shall take possession upon harvest of wheat in Summer of 2023

  • Property is currently under a hunting lease which expires June 1, 2023

  • Excellent whitetail and turkey hunting right outside your backdoor

  • Soil types: 36.44 acres, New Cambria silty clay loam (Class II); 24.10 acres, Roxbury silt loam (Class II); 3.11 acres, McCook silt loam (Class I)

  • 100% of the mineral rights will transfer to the buyer upon closing

Contact Land Specialists Adam Hann (785-259-2469) or Mitch Keeley (785-259-0492) for more details.

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