156.4± Acres
New Listing
Rush County, Kansas

156 +/- Recreational & Tillable Acres In Rush County, Kansas

ID: 58842
Status: New Listing
Price: $359,720
Acres: 156.4±
Price Per Acre: $2,300
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Land
Address: Avenue X
City, State: Rush Center, Kansas
County: Rush
ZIP Code: 67575
Lat/Long: 38.3606, -99.32866
Presented By: Cody Crook
Taxes: $698


156 +/- Recreational & Tillable Acres In Rush County, Kansas

Property Legal: NE 1/4 of S32-T19-R18

Driving Directions:  Travel 7 miles south of Rush Center, Kansas on Highway 183 until you reach the east/west road Avenue X. From the intersection of Avenue X and 183 Highway travel west down Avenue X for approximately 1 mile until you reach County Road 240. From the intersection of Avenue X & County Road 240 the 156 +/- acres spans for a half mile west on the south side of Avenue X & a half mile south on the west side of County Road 240.

Property Taxes: $698.20 Annually 

Property Description: 156 +/- Recreational/Tillable Acres In Rush County, Kansas. Whether your looking to add tillable/pasture acres to your portfolio, or looking for a place for your family to create life long memories in the outdoors this Rush County farm has vast offerings for all avenues. Below i will go into detail on each avenue that in my mind makes this Rush county farm one to consider when adding to your portfolio. 

For The Deer Hunter: The landscape of Rush County which consists of rolling grassy terrain and waterways scattered with mature Cottonwood & Cedar Trees proves time and time again to produce trophy deer. While only gathering deer history on this property for a few months in the fall of 2023 it didnt take long to get eyes on multiple good deer. When putting in time in this part of the state looking for trophy deer you need to pay attention to three major things. Food, cover & water sources that stay consistent. This property provides you with all three between the tillable acres, the windmill, and the major terrain change all sloping down towards the draw in the middle of the property scattered with mature trees & filled with thick grass. Regardless if you are a bow or gun hunter, this property offers many different options for the avid deer hunter.  

For The Upland Hunter: Just as I stated when reffering to the deer aspect of things, the same rings true for the upland game in this part of the state. The thick grass on this property provides some of the most ideal habitat for pheasants & quail. With the tillable acres providing the food for the upland birds, expect to have some of your most success along the edges of the tillable in the thick grass. Dont forget to check up underneath those Cedar trees in the waterways after a fresh snow or on a windy day as that proves time and time again to be the favored place for a covey of Kansas Bobwhite quail to take shelter. Regardless of the setup or situation, with a couple of good bird dogs the avid upland hunter is going to be able to make plenty of memories on this Rush county quarter section. 

Tillable: This Rush County quarter section offers 77+/- tillable acres in two seperate fields. In the south west corner of the property there is a 22+/- acre field that is currently planted to milo. Along the eastern edge of the quarter section is a 55+/- acre field that consists of this years wheat stubble. Planted in the wheat stubble along the western edge are multiple milo food plots to serve as food/cover for both whitetail deer as well as pheasants & quail. There is currently a tenant in place on a year to year cash rent basis paying bi-annually. The seller is willing to negotiate the second half of his cash rent to a potential buyer. Seller is also willing to negotiate the future portion of this years milo crop. 

Pasture: While there is not currently a solid fence in place the remainder of the property would make a great pasture. There is a working windmill in place to provide water for your cattle as well as plenty of timber to provide shelter from the harsh Kansas wind. Outside of the tillable acres you could build fence around 80 +/- acres of thick green grass with all of the key components a property needs to home your herd. 

Mineral Rights: The sellers interest in mineral rights will pass to the new owner. 

Please call Cody Crook at 620-617-7320 or Shane Smith at 620-282-1561 with any questions or to schedule a showing.

Key Features:

Tillable Income


Deer Hunting

Upland Hunting

Heavy Cover

Mature Timber

Featured Photos

Additional Information


  • dove
  • mule deer
  • quail
  • small game
  • whitetail deer


  • hunting


  • mineral
  • water

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