79.87± Acres
Under Contract

Mixed Use Property With Deer And Tillable Acreage!

ID: 30316
Status: Under Contract
Price: $223,636
Acres: 79.87±
Address: 0000 CR 2700
City, State: Independence, Kansas
County: Montgomery
ZIP Code: 67301


Looking for a Kansas deer hunting spot? Looking for a farm with some potential return income? Here is your chance to own 80 +/- acres in western Montgomery County Kansas. This farm has several things going for it. With 35 +/- acres of tillable ground on the east side of the farm this gives you some return on your investment. Elevation change throughout gives you several spots to build that ideal fishing pond for the family. Another thought for the elevation changes is a big duck hunting lake or pond or maybe a marsh. The hill top has many mature hard wood trees with a thick hedge row leading up to it. Surrounding the hilltop on the west and south sides there are tall grasses with young brush and a nice water way, Terraces surround the south side of the hill that control erosion and gives you a picture perfect spot for a marsh or large pond. The large hill top view gives you a pretty view for a long ways. Riding through and walking this property I jumped up quail, deer and turkeys. Located on the west fence line there is an existing pond. Some fencing is around the perimeter but some would need to be added if livestock is on your mind. Being only 15 minutes from Independence, KS makes it easy for lodging. Elk City Lake is also 15 minutes away and offers a lot of family fun. Hiking trail, camping, fishing or water sports can be found there. Give me a call and lets visit! 620-330-7522

Jamie Reister






*Some Mature Timber

*Close to Town

*Tillable Acreage

*Elevation Change

*Tall Grass

*Young Brush

*Marsh Potential

Additional Information


  • dove
  • geese
  • quail
  • turkey
  • whitetail deer


  • atv trails
  • bird watching
  • fishing
  • hunting

water access

  • pond


  • mineral


  • fencing


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