Buyer Represented 80 +/- Acres Grassland & Recreational in Franklin County, KS

AgWest Land Brokers, LLC represented the Buyer during this transaction.

 

Property Description

Properties this size with this much to offer do not come along often. Located only a couple miles NW of Rantoul Ks., this rolling 80ac (m/l) has it all when it come to creating a top shelf recreational tract. Located at the end of a dead end road, the property comes with a rural water meter, two electric meters, a well, RV hookups, a 1000 gal septic, and several small structures to store your equipment and tools. The property also has a mobile type home that is considered of no value and could be easily removed.
But the true beauty of this property is its location and the layout of the land. One look at the aerial and the pictures and you can see the mature hardwood timber that runs throughout the property. The open fields that are located on the high ground throughout the tract, would make great food plot locations and/or ambush sites for deer, turkey and other native wildlife. A layout like this allows for multiple hunters at one time, which is not common for a smaller tract of this size. The timber is thick and mature, and has a healthy balance of both white and red oaks, hickory, and walnut trees. Providing value to the wildlife, and the new owner as well. Multiple thriving Paw Paw patches can be found on the property as well! The rolling terrain is thick deep draws that separate the hay fields on top and slope down lower native grass field and to the Marias Des Cygne river running along the northern property line. Middle Creek also cuts through the NW corner of the property right before it connects into the Marias Des Cygne. Providing an excellent fishing hole. The Flint Hills Nature trail runs along the northern boarder of the property providing its own recreational value, as well as access to the far side of your property without having to walk through the center. This property is well taken care of and has an excellent trail system running throughout allowing access to all the fields and openings. This property comes with 100% mineral rights, and future income potential from oil is likely since the neighboring properties are actively pumping. Located only 45 minutes from greater KC, and with so much to offer, this property will not disappoint. If you re looking for a premium tract that your family will enjoy for years to come.

PROPERTY DETAILS:
• Located on a dead end road.
• Property comers with 1 rural water meter, 2 electric meters, a septic tank, and several structures to store
equipment.
• RV hook ups.
• Access to Flint Hills Nature Trail.
• Located along the Marias Des Cygne River Where Middle Creek Connects. Ideal for Deer movement during
the rut.
• Mature hardwood timber including various mature Oaks and Walnut trees.
• High Density of deer and turkey.
• 80 acres m/l. (77ac taxable not the counting road easement)
• 45 minutes from Greater Kansas City.
• 5 minutes outside of Rantoul Ks

Legal Description

North ½ Northeast ¼ Section 19, Township 17 South, Range
21 East, Franklin County, Kansas (Less ROW)

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Acreage with 19.71 +/- Acres in Bourbon County, Kansas

Rare recreational property with living space in Uniontown! This property is located near a wildlife reserve, with a year-round water supply for wildlife. This property boasts a combination of open pasture space and timber.

The acreage includes a 2,156 sq ft home, multiple outbuildings, and a fenced-in area for livestock. Home features include: open concept, walk-in closets, custom built-ins, mudroom, woodfire stove, mini-split for heating and cooling, and a bonus room. Decks on 3 sides of the home provide ample outdoor entertaining space and an in-ground shelter provides protection from storms. A small creek runs through the property, with adjacent Paint Creek providing a year-round water supply for wildlife, including turkey and whitetails. Located only 6.6 miles from Uniontown, 13 miles to Hollister Wildlife Area, 7.8 miles to Elm Creek Lake County Park, 10 miles to Bourbon State Fishing Lake, and 18 miles to Pawnee Wildlife Preserve. Check out this amazing property before it’s gone!

Legal Description – S24, T26, R22, Acres 19.71, Beg NW Cor NW 1/4 TH E 1669.5′ S 521.4′ W 1669.5′ N To POB Less R/W

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Bourbon County, Kansas Acreage

This property is bursting with potential! It’s located on a paved road, only 12 minutes to Fort Scott, 18 minutes to Uniontown, and 1 hour 30 minutes to Kansas City, KS. This serene property boasts a 1,876 sq. ft. ranch-style house with all wood floors, metal roof, and multiple outbuildings. The 2 bedroom, 1 bath (potential) house has an open concept with plenty of natural light. There is a 2,880 sq. ft. cattle shed, 3,072 ft. barn with stalls and a loft, and another outbuilding that would be perfect for a garage or garden shed. All of this sits on 10 acres. This property is a great size to enjoy rural life without being overwhelming!

Legal Description – S32, T24, R24, ACRES 9.48, SE 1/4 SE 1/4 NE 1/4 LESS R/W

Additional Items:

Hitching rail

Large mudroom and storage room

Impressive fireplace with wooden mantle

A newer furnace comes with the house

Not Included:

Outside stove pipe

Chicken Coop

Outhouse

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Mikayla Boge

Mikayla was born into the agriculture industry and has never left! She spent part of her life growing up in Northwest Iowa on her family’s farm where they raised hogs and grew corn and soybeans. Her family also owned and operated Nelson Products – the world’s largest baby pig feeder manufacturer, giving Mikayla a glimpse into corporate business at a young age that would influence her in her future endeavors. In middle school, her family moved to Southeast Kansas. There, her family kept a small acreage where they raised cattle and horses, while still traveling to Northwest Iowa for spring planting and fall harvest.

Mikayla went on to attend Kansas State University where she obtained her Bachelor’s in Animal Science in 2011 and received her Masters of Agricultural Communication from Oklahoma State University in 2015. Throughout her career, Mikayla has held various marketing and public relations roles in the equine industry and animal health sector. She obtained her Kansas Real Estate License in 2020. Her unique blend and involvement in the agriculture industry, along with her marketing expertise, are skills Mikayla brings to help farmers and ranchers with their real estate needs.

“Listening to the client’s needs and having continuous communication during every step of the real estate process is essential. I am here to help, no matter how small or large your needs may be.”

In her spare time, Mikayla can be found outside with her animals. She is an avid team roper and never misses a chance to spend time in the saddle. She currently lives in Fort Scott, Kansas, but recently bought an acreage in central Kansas. She looks forward to turning her property into a small horse facility where she will raise and ride horses for years to come.