Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to purchase 140 +/- acres within a mile of Cedar Bluff Reservoir in Western Kansas. It is conveniently located along 147 Highway just north of the Cedar Bluff dam. With the proximity of the reservoir, this property has so much to offer the outdoor enthusiasts. You would have the opportunity to hunt upland birds on the property and within minutes you could be on the lake fishing or boating. This property also offers the potential for building the home or cabin of your dreams.
There are 117.31 acres currently enrolled in the CRP program paying $24.84/Acre with a yearly payment of $2,914. The contract ends 9-30-2027.
The CRP provides a great habitat for the wildlife especially pheasants and quail. Pheasants have been seen numerous times while touring the land. Rio Grande turkeys were also seen on the land. The land is currently in a Walk-In-Hunting-Access Wiha lease agreement with the Kdwp. This lease can be terminated upon purchasing the property.
The sellers are believed to own 50 of the mineral rights and they will transfer to the buyer at closing. The 2020 property taxes were $190.
Cedar Bluff Reservoir
When full, the reservoir has a surface area of 6,869 acres. Cedar Bluff is open for sport fishing year-round. Walleye, white bass, crappie, bluegill, wiper, catfish, largemouth bass, and small mouth bass are all known fish of the reservoir.
Cedar Bluff State Park is divided into two areas the 350-Acre Bluffton Area on the north shore and the 500-Acre Page Creek Area on the south shore. Both areas include boat ramps and camping facilities. The Bluffton Area also has a swimming beach and sports facilities. The Kdwp also manages 9,300 acres of land around the reservoir known as the Cedar Bluff Wildlife Area.
Located on the south shore at the western end is the reservoir's namesake, Cedar Bluff. The 150-Foot limestone bluff provides a scenic view of the area. Threshing Machine Canyon is located west of the state park. It is the site of an 1867 American Indian attack on a wagon train carrying a threshing machine. Carvings dating back to the mid-1800s are still visible on the canyon walls.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour please give me a call today.
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