Turn Key Hunting Farm with Arkansas River and Coon Creek in Pawnee County, Kansas

Status: New Listing
Price: $2,134,125
Acres: 525 +/-
Price Per Acre: $4,065
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Riverfront
City, State: Garfield, Kansas
County: Pawnee
ZIP Code: 67529
Lat/Long: 38.062841, -99.250993
Presented By: Ryan Koelsch
Taxes: $2,808

Description

ARKANSAS RIVER AND COON CREEK DREAM FARM.

525+/- Acres with INCOME, ARKANSAS RIVER, COON CREEK, BIG KANSAS WHITETAIL, TURKEY, PHEASANT - QUAIL, WATERFOWL, FARM EQUIPMENT, DEER BLINDS, HAY SHED & ROUND TOP.

Brief Legal Description:525+/- acres in 12-23-18 & 14-23-18.

Driving Directions: Just south of Garfield Kansas, and 1.5 miles southwest of Garfield of Highway 156. 15 minutes From Larned, 30 minutes from Great Bend, and 2 hours from Wichita Airport.

Equipment List: 2008 9435 Massey Ferguson Swather, 4840 John Deere Tractor, JCB Telehandler, 36' Hay Rake, Massey Ferguson 2270 Baler, Case International 160 Tractor, 45' Semi Trailer, and misc. attachments.

2021 Taxes: $2,808

Farms along the Arkansas River rarely come up for sale and when they do they usually only have one side of the river. This dream farm has everything an avid outdoorsman looking for a return on his investment could want, and has both sides of the river. The farm has just over 1 mile of the Arkansas River, and 2+/- miles of coon creek. The river and creek winding through the farm creates excellent pinch points, open pockets, and thick cover to hold all the wildlife. Mature cottonwoods and cedar trees cover the farm along the river allowing for multiple areas to set up tree stands. You can't ask for a better mix of pasture, river, creek, and tillable combination for world class hunting. There are multiple homemade tower blinds that stay with the property. The sellers over built the blinds. Some of the blinds feature insulation, propane heat, double pane windows, solar panels, and even cots to use to stay all night. It's a normal day to see between 50-100 deer using the ag. fields around the tower blinds in the winter. The farm also includes multiple 2,000 lb. feeders and tree-stands.

This is the perfect turn key operation!

For the Farmers: There are approximately 240+/- acres in production. Current crops this year include alfalfa and wheat. The dryland tillable acres are currently being custom farmed. This farm does sell with all the equipment listed above. There are multiple storage sheds and equipment barns on the property. 30'x40' Round-top storage shed with electric and water and a 50'x100' hay shed.

For the Waterfowlers: The open pockets on the river / creek get stacked with waterfowl when all the other water sources freeze over. There are springs in coon creek that never go dry, and the 20 years the owners have pieced these farms together they have never seen the creek or river go dry. Coon creek is well known for the wood duck population along the thick timbered edges. There is a slough just east of the creek that fills full of mallards as well. Another waterfowl hotspot is where coon creek meets the Arkansas river creating a large open pool for the ducks to use.

Fishing: The sellers have enjoyed catching catfish and bass in both coon creek and the Arkansas river over the years. Several bends in the creek and pools that are deeper are great fishing!

Other Notes: 10,000 yards of fill dirt material is being pulled off the property to help finish the road construction off 156. Mineral rights negotiable.

Sellers request a 24-hour notice to show and that all viewers are accompanied by Broker Ryan Koelsch. To schedule a showing please call Ryan at 620-546-3746.



KEY FEATURES:

Arkansas River

Coon Creek

Excellent Hunting

Fishing

Tillable Income

Farm Equipment

Sheds / Storage

HWY-156 Access

Water Well

Electricity

Both Sides of River / Creek

Building Site Potential


Interactive Map


Contact Agent

Ryan Koelsch

Email: ryan@redcedarland.com

Phone: (620) 546-3746

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