240+/- Acres with Home, Shop, Outbuildings, Irrigated Farm Land, and Producing Minerals in Barton County, Kansas.
Legal Description: 240+/- Acres. NE/4 of S08-T19s-R13w, E/2 of the NW/4 of S08-T19s-R13w.
Property Address: 375 N. Washington Ave, Great Bend Kansas 67530
Property Description: Located just north of Great Bend Kansas this farm has all the bases covered for a farmer, sportsman, investor, or rancher. Tucked back in the 1/2 mile long driveway along the Walnut Creek sits a highly maintained 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with a 3 car garage, shop, and multiple other outbuildings. The sellers family homesteaded this land and they made certain to take care of the property for generations to come. The home features a well manicured yard, original wood work, wrapped porch, balcony, private fencing, 2 water wells, sprinkler system, rocked driveway, and an electric entry gate that is coded.
For the Farmers: This property features 2 different water right permits. Water right #9856 contains 61 acre feet at 705 gpm. Water right #9857 is permitted at 94 acre feet at 745 gpm. There are roughly 230+/- acres under pivot or flood irrigation. The center pivot is a Valley with a propane motor and is highly maintained. There are approximately 55+/- acres under pivot, and the remaining tillable acres in flood or dryland. The flood irrigated comes with the pipe and trailers to haul the pipe. The farm is currently cash rented for $21,000 per year. This property has excellent soil types including New Cambria silty clay loam, and Bridgeport silt loam.
For the Hunters: The Walnut Creek is well known for producing good deer numbers, turkey, quail, and even fishing. Its very common to see turkey and deer up next to the home, and sometimes in the yard. This farm is also extremely close to Cheyenne Bottoms. If the wood ducks on the creek don't fix your waterfowl needs you can head a short drive to the east and have some of the best public land hunting in the state.
For the Investors: Sellers occasionally sell water off the water permit to neighbors for $10,000.00 (this amount may vary each year). There is a producing oil well with excellent production history with a $14,301+/- average on the last several years (2018-2020). The sellers own 1/8th rights on the well with a 1/64th override. The remaining mineral acres are believed to be owned 100%. The hunting land could be leased to extra income as well.
Truly unique doesn't even begin to describe this Kansas farm! Prequalified buyers only. To schedule a showing call Ryan at 620-546-3746
Irrigated Center Pivot
Flood Irrigated Land
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home
Outbuildings / Storage Sheds
Private Gated Drive
Close to Cheyenne Bottoms