80 +/- Waterfowl Lodge In Greenwood County, Kansas
This mixed use residential, recreational, ranchland is located East of Wichita, Ks. The 80 acre waterfront property has a 1368 Sq. Ft. house built in 1967. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and is very well maintained. Stepping out of the sliding door in the kitchen leads to a cement slab that over looks the 5 acre pond. This makes an excellent place to watch the sunrise while sipping on a cup of coffee or enjoy watching the kids catch fish or play in the water. Also, nearby is a storm shelter to offer protection from the spring storms that Kansas is known for. A 24x20 Outbuilding sets beyond the storm shelter and it does have a concrete floor. This building is a great place to store outdoor lawn furniture, fishing equipment, or even a tractor or 4 wheeler.
When summer turns to winter and the pond is no longer attractive for fishing and boating the ducks and geese will move in. There is a short video attached to the listing. Find the video tab above and take a look! Waterfowl hunting on this pond is second to none, it literally loads up with ducks and geese. The East side of the pond is grown up and offers ample places to hide and wait for the birds to drop in. The North side of the pond has bigger timber and woods surrounding it giving a flooded timber feel to the hunt. Many of waterfowl hunts start very early in the morning to allow time for the hunters to drive long distances to their hunting location. Once they are there the work starts struggling to get equipment into hard to reach places. This property takes all of the work out of it. Sleep in, grab a few decoys from the outbuilding, toss them in the water, and lean against a tree in along the bank!
The pasture is primarily made up of native grasses and is fenced. It shows no signs of being hunted or having any management programs in place for the wildlife. With that being said there are heavy deer trails that move from North to South. There is a 1/4 acre pond in the pasture that will hold a few ducks as well as provide a water source for wildlife and livestock. A cedar thicket is in the pasture and has plenty of deer sign in it. The cedars are lined with a few big oaks that would make excellent archery tree stand locations as well as provide natural forage. Quail and other small game will flourish in this habitat. A feeding, food plot, and security cover plan could be put into effect to take this property's hunting to the next level. Turkeys have been spotted nearby in the surrounding crop fields and will likely be strutting on this farm in the late mornings!
To find this property from Wichita head East on Highway 54. Drive through Eureka and past the small town of Neal, Ks. At Road DD turn North and travel 5 miles in that direction. At the T turn West (left) and drive 3/4 of a mile to the red gate located on the North side of the road.
All mineral rights transfer to the new owner. Please call Matt Wonser at 620-330-7282 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be my pleasure to show you around!
The seller is willing to divide. This property is also being offered in 73, 153, and 62 acres parcels. If you see a portion of the property that you would like to have let me know!
5 +/- acre pond and 1/4 acre pond.
Waterfowl paradise throughout the fall and winter.
Deer Hunting opportunities for Rifle or Bow.
Native Grasses throughout the pasture.
Fenced for livestock purposes.
Cedar Thicket with great tree stand locations.
Mobile home in great condition.
Private waterfront property
Fishing in two different ponds.
24x20 Outbuilding with a concrete floor.
Weekend Getaway within 1 1/2 hours of Wichita.
Remote feel but only 5 3/4 miles from a paved road.
Facts and Features / MOPLS #50199
Construction Year: 1967
Square Footage: 1368 Sq. Ft.
Half Baths: -
Address & Coordinates
2631 210th St Virgil, KS 66870
Latitude: 37.9118, Longitude: -96.0432