Land For Sale - Jackson County Missouri - Lee's Summit
RARE opportunity to purchase a large 75 +/- acre land tract in the Lee's Summit community. Transitional land is special in that it offers something for everyone. Lee's Summit is a rapidly developing and growing community with great schools, wonderful entertainment areas, and a small town feel which creates a demand for new subdivisions, large estate lots, commercial property, and even the few remaining recreational income producing farms in the area. This property is uniquely positioned to provide all these opportunities and more for the new owners. You are only limited by your imagination with this great property.
LOCATION, Location, Location is definitely the theme for this offering. Nestled right on the south edge of the Lee's Summit, just north of the heart of Greenwood, this 75 acre land tract is close to all things located in SE Jackson County and Lee's Summit. Historic Downtown Lee's Summit is 9 minutes away and takes you past the towns next development areas. Going south, downtown Greenwood is only a short 5 minute ride down the quiet, tree-lined road. Not to mention the Shamrock Hills Golf Course borders the property for a little more than 600' on the SW line. Quick access to Highway 291 and Highway 50 make access to all of the surrounding areas Kansas City, Independence, Harrisonville, and Warrensburg a breeze.
The roughly 2800 ft. or half a mile of Hamblen Road frontage is uniquely situated with an inside corner to provide multiple options for developing access to neighborhood or business you may want to build. Electrical lines are at the road and public sewer is on the north and southwest side of the farm. The land lays beautifully with a good mix of open fields timber spread out over the terrain with about 50' of elevation changes.
Crops and Hunting
Want income while you plan your development This farm is over 70 tillable with 54 acres of income producing crop fields currently being farmed by a local farmer. Additional income can be had with a hunting lease. The thick woody cover interspersed throughout this farm and ample crops and cover on neighboring farms make this is one heck of a hunting property. Deer and Turkey sign was plentiful during my initial visit as rubs and scrapes are just getting started. And have you ever wondered where all the deer go when they are not on the golf course They go onto this farm.