This picturesque and pastoral new listing is an absolute top-shelf hunting tract with few rivals when considering the features this one possesses. Totaling 105 acres more or less and located adjacent to the west shore of John Redmond Reservoir between Burlington and Hartford, this premium parcel is set up right and is turnkey for the new owner. Besides an incredible deer and turkey population, it features multiple water sources, food plots strategically placed for privacy, a nice mixture of extremely thick hardwood timber and cedars with both a Redneck blind and feeder transferring to the new owner.
The topography of this property is a very attractive attribute with multiple elevation changes including a high ridge on the south end that drops sharply to the hardwood flanked creek with two foodplots set up on each side of the creek. The central portion of this tract features a stocked pond and another large foodplot just northeast of it. There's scattered timber and native grass throughout this parcel providing the best of bedding areas out of sight of the one road that borders the property. The east side of this parcel that's adjacent to John Redmond Reservoir is extremely thick timber composed of mostly large old-growth cedars and oaks. There's been multiple trails cut through the property providing ease of travel for both the wildlife and those pursuing them.
There has been good oil production on this property in the past and with a recent change in oil operators, we anticipate the possibility of renewed production, providing some return on assets.
Please give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour of this incredible new Coffey County listing. There's very few like it that hit the market.
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Driving Directions from Hwy 75 in Burlington: Take Kennebec St (12th Rd.) west for 6 miles to Garner Rd. and turn north. Proceed 3 miles and the property begins on the east side.
Legal Description: The W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 lying west of John Redmond Reservoir in Section 2, Township 21, Range 14 East of the 6th P.M., Coffey County, Kansas. 105 acres more or less.
2022 Taxes: $311.26
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