Broker’s Notes: This approximate 118-acre tract is about evenly split between high quality cropland and excellent hunting habitat.
The cropland, which is approximately 64 acres, is predominately Muir silt loam soils (Bottom Land) and the balance is Hastings silty loam and Geary silt loam (upland). The cropland has been in a corn and soybeans rotation with exceptional yields. There is minimal terracing with this portion of the tract being almost flat.
The balance of the tract consists of an approximate 6-acre hay meadow with rural water available. The balance of the property is mature trees and creek. The trees consist of oaks, cedars, walnut, ash, and other trees. Rose Creek snakes back and forth thru the property creating excellent deer and turkey habitat. The creek appears to be deep enough to support fish and other wildlife.
This diverse property would provide a return on investment and many hours of recreation.
Property Location: From the intersection of HWY 81 & HWY 36 in Belleville Kansas, Travel 9 miles North on 81 to Elm Road, Turn East for 2 Miles then Turn North on 200th Road for 1/2 mile. Property sits on the east side of 200th Road.