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Chase County 2695.23 Acres

Auction 2695.23 Acres
Property ID 5400444
Chase County 2695.23 Acres
Cottonwood Falls Community Building Cottonwood Falls Kansas
05/17/2018 2:00 PM

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Description

~Come spend the day with us as we show you this property. Most of us rarely have the opportunity to see this part of the Flint Hills. I have lived my whole life in this area, but i still remember the first time I saw the "Hancock" pastures and it will be as memorable for you I am sure.~

AUCTION: Thursday, May 17, 2018

TIME: 2:00 PM

AUCTION LOCATION: Cottonwood Falls Community Building, Cottonwood Falls Kansas

SELLER: Whiskey Charlie LLC

Just an average one lane gravel road-headed toward the sunset, until you come to the 'Hancock" pastures (the local name) when it hits you-WOW! I thought this amazing view was only found in the mountains! From wind covered Flint Hills, one has views of Holmes Creek and the Cottonwood River Valley for miles across the valley to Hwy 150 and beyond. Want more? You'll have to come see for yourself!

Through the nice metal gates and on the flat of the hill, sits a very usable pipe pen for receiving and load out of livestock. The fences on the property are above average with 5 wire barbwire, steel posts and steel corners. A good dependable fence in this much country is a definite must! Are you short of water on some properties this Spring? The East pasture has two ponds and three spring tanks squelching the drought. As you look at our pictures, you can see the tanks are full and running over. What a sight for sore eyes in this time of drought! The South pond is at a level that you have to think is spring fed. The overall view of the pasture is native bluestem and mixed grasses with outcroppings of limestone on the ridge and breaks. The only trees and brush are confined mostly to Holmes Creek and the other draws flowing toward Holmes Creek, which ends up connecting into the Cottonwood River.

Do you enjoy wildlife? As we toured the property I lost count of the deer which darted from draw to draw and over the bluestem hills. Yes, and don't forget the turkey too!

The acres of each pasture are approximately 1575 acres in the East pasture and the West pasture is approximately 1120. Without leaving your truck, our seller has developed a pasture road which leads across the East pasture to another steel gate, which is the West pasture entrance. The West pasture also has Holmes Creek through part of it with lots of flint and limestone showing as the creek is dry this spring, excluding other than below one of the spring tanks.

The West pasture shows a good cover of bluestem and rolling hills which puts one again at the top of the world. The limestone definitely adds its own blend of character to this property and one has to admit the views are simply spectacular! The best usage of this property is grazing of Livestock. If you are considering building a home there is wonderful limestone readily available.

Directions

Take 8th Street and Hwy 177 (last street on south side of Cottonwood Falls, KS) west continuing onto Spring Creek Rd and 170th, approximately 6.5 miles southwest to N Rd, then south 1 mile to 160th Rd, west 2 miles to where the county road ends at the property. Watch for signs.

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