Situated on the idyllic banks of the Neosho River between Neosho Falls and Iola, this secluded beauty is one of the premier investment/recreational properties to hit the market in many years. Totaling 383 acres more or less, this property features approximately 200 acres of high-quality cropland, 55 acres of pasture and 128 acres of timber, draws and water-frontage extending to the center of the Neosho River.
The majority of the cropland is located in the southern portion of the property which has been blessed with approximately 156.2 acres of highly desirable Verdigris silt loam soils according to the soil map. The balance of the cropland acres are mostly composed of good Mason silt loam and Osage varieties. The pasture portion is accessed at the northern end of the property and provides a comfortable buffer between the road and the heart of the recreational area of this parcel. The pasture is a mix of fescue and native grasses and has two ponds within the fences. The majority soil types in the pasture region are Kenoma silt loam and Dennis silt loam. The timbered portion of this tract is a mix of mature hardwoods and cedars with multiple clearings and pockets that would be ideal locations to add foodplots.
For the recreational buyer, there’s a lot to like here. This property has been in the same local hands for decades and hasn’t been over-run with hunting pressure. It hasn’t been flipped multiple times for a profit by speculative buyers or by out-of-area hunters who have been disappointed in the hunting results. You will also like the multiple options to access your stands or blinds with a County road on the north, a dead-end low maintenance road on the east which also provides access to the timber along the river. There’s a large elevation drop from the south crop field down to the river, providing covert travel along the river bordering the entire south boundary. In addition, there’s a private farm road that runs along the boundary between the heavy timber in the center of the property and the cropland to the south, providing another option for entry to the timber with a prevailing north wind.
Qualified buyers should contact Cameron Roth at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour of this premier Kansas property. Offerings of this quality rarely come to market and you’ll look a long time to find one that rivals this Neosho River gem!
Directions: From Neosho Falls, take 200th Rd. east for 1.75 miles to Yarrow Rd. and turn south. Proceed one mile to Texas Rd. and turn east. Proceed ½ mile and the property begins on the south side.
Brief Legal: East 1/2 of 2-24-17E and a tract containing 61.3 acres more or less in 11-24-17E, Allen County, Kansas.
Minerals: The Seller’s mineral interests transfers to the Buyer. There is no current production but has been oil production in recent years.
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