If you are looking to own income-producing land on Plum Creek with some mega-Kansas whitetail and turkey, then this remarkable property has everything you could ask for, and more.
The acreage is a perfect mixture of tillable, native grass and mature hardwood timber. Soybeans are currently planted along 70 m/l acres of fertile Mason silt loam and Dennis silt loam. Approximately 40 acres m/l of native grass provide excellent cover for the wildlife, and 7.4 acres of CRP buffer strips outline the crop fields.
The heavily timbered Plum Creek running through the middle of the property not only holds the numerous deer and turkey but also provides a natural travel corridor for mature bucks searching for does from miles around. The access to the back of the farm is a private concrete bridge with an access easement through the driveway of the home at 8663 W. 189th St.
The elevation changes along the southern and western borders make this property like no other in the area. The high hills provide excellent vantage points to observe the abundant wildlife, watch the sunsets, or just take in some of the best views that Kansas has to offer.
For those who like to hunt, this property doesn't get any better. There is a high density of deer, quail, and turkey throughout the property. There is also a deer blind included (Banks Outdoor Stump 4 Blind, Whitetail properties addition).
Located 5 minutes south of Burlingame, 35 minutes south of Topeka, 1 hour 20 minutes west of Overland Park/Olathe, and 45 minutes northeast of Emporia. Showings for this property are by appointment only, so call for your one-on-one viewing of this amazing Kansas property.
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Directions to Land
South from Burlingame on US 56 Hwy to 189th, go west 189th to property. The property is on the south side of the road. The easement is through the driveway.