Wamego Recreation with Income
Conveniently located on K-18 less than 20 minutes from Manhattan and less than 10 minutes from Wamego, this 183 acre property would make an ideal building site for a hunting enthusiast or could be held as an investment given the Manhattan area's robust growth prospects. The property's approximately 46 acres of tillable ground produces income while its abundant cover, elevation changes, and food sources provide exceptional wildlife habitat.
46.6 +/- acres tillable
136.7 +/- creek/timber/overgrown pasture
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Conveniently located with highway frontage less than 20 minutes from Manhattan and less than 10 minutes from Wamego.
Property offers an ideal building site. Electricity is available along the highway. The property also has an old well from the former home site, but its condition is unknown.
Approximately 46 acres of the property is tillable, including a +/- 19 acre bottom field with class I reading silty clay loam soil.
The property's abundant cover, elevation changes, and food sources provide ideal wildlife. A large amount of deer sign can be found throughout the property.
A small portion of the property was once utilized as a rock/gravel quarry before the company that was operating the quarry filed for bankruptcy and failed to reclaim the land.
The property includes an old farmhouse that was reportedly the home of one of the original pastors of the historic Beecher Bible and Rifle Church in the late 1800s. The current owner reports it could potentially be moved.
Land is currently leased to a tenant farmer who retains the 2017 crop. The tenant also has a 15 business day right of first refusal to purchase the property.
Taxes: $932/year (2016)