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Offered at $240,000 (160 acres +/-) negotiable
Smith County, Kansas

A secluded property situated along the banks of the Solomon River, the property is bordered along the West by the Glen Rock Creek and boasts its own 4.5 acre lake. A truly unique farm with everything needed to support and sustain excellent populations of both Mule Deer and Whitetail Deer species as well as ducks, turkey and upland game.

The property is located minutes from Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge & Reservoir. Known as the “Goose Capital of Kansas”, Kirwin Wildlife Refuge is a major stopping point along the Central Flyway for hundreds of species of migratory birds and waterfowl.

This farm is accessible by an all-weather rock road, yet remains secluded with a locked gate entrance and mature stands of cedars and thickets along the road-side access.

There are 4 existing stand locations as well as a unique and spacious ground blind built to keep multiple hunters warm and dry during the deer hunting season.

Approximately 60 acres are classified as Class I (excellent) soil type making this not only an exceptional hunting and recreational property but it has some of best production ground in the State.

While river properties rarely come available, this property is priced to move quickly, so don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to own a very unique piece of Kansas’ best hunting land.

Possible owner financing available!

Property Highlights:
4.5 acre lake
Solomon River
Glen Creek
Gated Entrance
Multiple Game Species (Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Pheasant and Quail)
All-weather road
Mast Producing Trees (Oak, Walnut)
Annual Income from Farm Lease

Listing is offered by NICK RHODES, Brown Real Estate & Auction Services, 2323 N. Jackson, Junction City, KS. Contact Nick at [email protected] or (785) 282-6145.

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