On behalf of Calvert Family Partnership (Shockley Heirs), Vaughn-Roth Land Brokers presents this exceptional Woodson, Coffey and Osage County Kansas real estate to the public. For decades, this property was known as the "Shockley Land" and even to this day, it's still known to the locals by this moniker. This was derived from the name of the current owner's ancestor, E.A. Shockley. E.A. was an admired and reputable landowner who was proficient at acquiring high-quality land. He didn't buy low-grade tracts which you'll quickly find evident upon inspection. It's truly an honor to represent the Shockley lineage with the sale of this real estate. The live auction will be held at 1:00 p.m. on November 18th, 2022 at the 4H Building - Kelley Park, 605 S. 3rd St., Burlington, KS.
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The tracts in Coffey and Woodson counties are composed of highly productive river-bottom cropland while the Osage County parcel is beautiful Native hay meadow with hunting and homesite appeal. These types rarely hit the public market and this offering represents a prime opportunity to expand your land holdings with extraordinary additions. From top-shelf soils to resilient Native grasses, you’ll find plenty to like here. High-quality real estate has proven its mettle in these unsettled times and Kansas land is in demand! Please call Cameron Roth to set up a tour of these 3 remarkable parcels!
Tract 1: Totaling 218 +/- acres, this envied parcel in Woodson County between Neosho Falls and LeRoy is comprised of excellent soils, timber and approximately 1/2 mile of Neosho River frontage. According to the soil map, the majority soil types are ultra-fertile Verdigris Silt Loam (115.1 acres) and Osage Silty Clay (96.24 acres). Total tillable acres according to FSA records is 190.96 acres with the majority of the balance being river and a small amount of timber flanking the river, making this an efficient parcel.
After an idle period, there has been recent oil production on this parcel with Birk Oil being the Operator. To visit with the Oil operator about production, you can call Brian Birk at 620-364-6646. According to the rendition sheets supplied by the Woodson County Appraiser's office, it appears the Seller's full royalty interest is intact and it, along with 100% of the Seller's mineral rights, shall transfer to the Buyer.
Whether you're an ag operator, investor or hunter, this offering is a rare blend and presents your chance to add essential quality to your land portfolio. Come to the auction prepared to buy!
Disclosure: The road that borders the west boundary of this tract is a private road only. The public road bordering the property is 215th.
Legal Description: The SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 & SE 1/4 North of River and west of Bayou AND east 1/2 of the SW 1/4 Except W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 in Section 19, Township 23, Range 17 East of the 6th P.M., Woodson County, KS. 218 acres, more or less.
Driving Directions: From LeRoy, KS: Take Hwy 58 east for 1 mile to Trefoil Rd. and turn south. Proceed 2 miles to 2nd Rd. and turn east. Go 1 mile and turn south on Underwood Rd. Proceed 1.5 miles to 215th Rd and turn east. Proceed 1/4 mile and the property begins on the south side.
Minerals: The Seller's mineral interests transfer to the Buyers.
Closing: The closing date shall be on or before December 30th, 2022.
Earnest Deposit: $50,000 due on day of the auction.
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