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Stafford - Maison & propriété à vendre

5 057 913 EUR

Maison & Propriété (Vente)

terrain 2 950 158
Référence: EDEN-T98107998 / 98107998
The Quivira Ranch is a hunter's paradise that borders the famous 22,135 acre Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in the heart of Central Kansas. This property encompasses tremendous and quality habitat for all types of waterfowl species and shorebirds alike. Located just 9 miles northeast of Stafford, KS, this once in a generation ranch showcases an incredibly diverse variety of features that are truly unparalleled in North America.The Quivira Ranch is +/- 730 deeded acres, sitting across the road from Quivira's Little Salt Marsh, one of the Refuge's main bodies of water, and directly adjacent to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. This once in a lifetime property is a waterfowl hunter's dream, comprising well over 100 designated acres of wetlands with many more wetland areas throughout, 12 pit blinds strategically placed, 3 artesian water wells, a drilled water well, over a mile of both sides of Rattlesnake Creek (the last privately owned access before dumping into Quivira Nat. Wildlife Refuge), and multiple oil wells with the production royalty and mineral rights passing to the buyer. Each season the landowner plants approximately 10 acres of milo/millet in the fenced, shallow water feeding ponds. Near to the big pond is an electrical outlet for hooking up your ice eater or aerator. The famous Rattlesnake Creek also winds through the property for over 1 mile, offering excellent habitat, water, and waterfowl loafing areas. When the surrounding water locks up in the winter, Rattlesnake creek offers some of the most incredible small water duck hunting opportunities imaginable. This area of Kansas is very well known for its incredible whitetail hunting and Boone & Crockett caliber bucks, phenomenal waterfowl hunting, great upland bird numbers (quail and pheasant), as well as turkey hunting. There are no conservation easements in place on the ranch at this time, giving a buyer the opportunity to pursue one if they so please. Even with the current drought there is still a considerable amount of water on the ranch and it is holding quite a few resident mallards, teal, and Canada geese that are nesting and loafing. With the variety and diversity of this tract, there are plenty of options and opportunities to make this place your own. There isn't another property like it! It has been hunted on by a small group of owners for the past 30 years and as far back as we can find has been an incredible waterfowl hunting ranch. Additionally, the noxious red cedars have been removed from the ranch helping with the quality of grass habitat as well as water conservation. Native Sandhill Plum thickets are also abundant providing cover, habitat, and food for the birds and deer. The Quivira Ranch is THE premiere waterfowl hunting property on the market today in the Central Flyway. Quivira National Wildlife Refuge Quivira National Wildlife Refuge is part of the over 500 refuges managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and one of four in Kansas. Spanning over 22,135 acres, it combines inland salt marshes and sand prairies. The refuge's main goal is to support migratory waterfowl by providing essential resources such as food, water, and shelter. Other migratory birds, endangered species, and diverse wildlife also benefit from the habitat management efforts. Over 300 bird species, including waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds, have been documented within the refuge. Located along the Central Flyway, this refuge sees significant fall migrations from September to December, with thousands of Canada geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, and shorebirds passing through. The refuge can occupy over 750,000 geese at peak migration time periods. Endangered whooping cranes may also stop by during their migration, and bald and golden eagles are commonly found in the refuge during the winter months from November to March. In spring, the refuge serves as a staging area for over 300,000 birds, including American white pelicans and gulls, heading to their nesting grounds. The refuge offers about 8,000 acres of designated hunting areas open from September 1 to February 28, providing excellent opportunities for hunting waterfowl, upland game, pheasant, and quail. Fishing is available year-round. Additionally, the refuge welcomes schools and wildlife groups to explore the Visitor Center, nature trails, auto tour routes, and participate in special events.   Common Bird Species Dabbling Ducks: Mallard, Wood Duck, Blue-Winged Teal, Green-Winged Teal, Northern Shoveler, Gadwall, Northern Pintail, American Wigeon Diving Ducks: Canvasback, Redhead, Ring-Necked Duck, Great Scaup, Lesser Scaup, Bufflehead, Common Goldeneye, Barrow's Goldeneye, Hooded Merganser, Common Merganser, Red-Breasted Merganser Geese: Canada Goose, Greater White-Fronted Goose, Cackling Goose, Snow Goose, Ross's Goose Cranes: Whooping Crane, Sandhill Crane Upland Birds: Bobwhite Quail, Ring-Necked Pheasant Dove: Mourning Dove, Eurasian Collared-Dove Deer Management State Hunt Unit: 5 Average Yearly Rainfall: 26" per year Legal Description (+/- 729.38) Acres): SE4 of S27, T22, R11, Acres 159.68 S34, T22, R11, Acres 569.68, All Sec Ex Tr Beg 6 S Ne Cor Ne4 Th S 2634 (S) Th W 1204.5 Th N 2634 (S) Th E 1204.5 To Pob Financials: 2023 Approximate Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes: $5,652.90 Pasture Lease approx. $15,793/year (cattle grazing) Expires October 1, 2024 2023 Oil Income approx. $20,414 (4 producing oil wells) All of the seller's mineral interest (15.234375%) and ownership shall pass with land to Buyer at closing. Directions: Head south out of Great Bend, KS on US-281 S for 18 miles and turn east on Hudson Rd. In 11 miles, turn north onto NE 110th Ave. Then turn east onto S Sterling Rd. Drive 1.5 miles and the property is on your right (South). From Wichita, Take KS-96 W and US-50 W to S Langdon Rd in Plevna for 69 miles. Stay on US-50 W for 16 miles then turn right onto S Langdon Rd. In 5 miles, turn left onto W 4th Ave and turn right onto NE 130th Ave in 10 miles. In 2 miles the property is on the left (West). From Hutchinson, head west on W 4th Ave and continue straight for 28.5 miles. Then turn right onto NE 130th Ave and in 2 miles the property is on the left (West). Location: Directly adjacent to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge Approximately 34 miles south of Cheyenne Bottoms Approximately 7 miles east of the City of Hudson, Kansas (population: 99) Approximately 10 miles northeast of the City of Stafford, Kansas (population: 1,390) Approximately 22 miles southeast of the City of Great Bend, Kansas (population: 15,358) Approximately 70 miles northwest of Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport in Wichita, Kansas. Financial verification is required. Please contact the listing agent for more information, questions, or to schedule a showing. Voir plus Voir moins The Quivira Ranch is a hunter's paradise that borders the famous 22,135 acre Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in the heart of Central Kansas. This property encompasses tremendous and quality habitat for all types of waterfowl species and shorebirds alike. Located just 9 miles northeast of Stafford, KS, this once in a generation ranch showcases an incredibly diverse variety of features that are truly unparalleled in North America.The Quivira Ranch is +/- 730 deeded acres, sitting across the road from Quivira's Little Salt Marsh, one of the Refuge's main bodies of water, and directly adjacent to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. This once in a lifetime property is a waterfowl hunter's dream, comprising well over 100 designated acres of wetlands with many more wetland areas throughout, 12 pit blinds strategically placed, 3 artesian water wells, a drilled water well, over a mile of both sides of Rattlesnake Creek (the last privately owned access before dumping into Quivira Nat. Wildlife Refuge), and multiple oil wells with the production royalty and mineral rights passing to the buyer. Each season the landowner plants approximately 10 acres of milo/millet in the fenced, shallow water feeding ponds. Near to the big pond is an electrical outlet for hooking up your ice eater or aerator. The famous Rattlesnake Creek also winds through the property for over 1 mile, offering excellent habitat, water, and waterfowl loafing areas. When the surrounding water locks up in the winter, Rattlesnake creek offers some of the most incredible small water duck hunting opportunities imaginable. This area of Kansas is very well known for its incredible whitetail hunting and Boone & Crockett caliber bucks, phenomenal waterfowl hunting, great upland bird numbers (quail and pheasant), as well as turkey hunting. There are no conservation easements in place on the ranch at this time, giving a buyer the opportunity to pursue one if they so please. Even with the current drought there is still a considerable amount of water on the ranch and it is holding quite a few resident mallards, teal, and Canada geese that are nesting and loafing. With the variety and diversity of this tract, there are plenty of options and opportunities to make this place your own. There isn't another property like it! It has been hunted on by a small group of owners for the past 30 years and as far back as we can find has been an incredible waterfowl hunting ranch. Additionally, the noxious red cedars have been removed from the ranch helping with the quality of grass habitat as well as water conservation. Native Sandhill Plum thickets are also abundant providing cover, habitat, and food for the birds and deer. The Quivira Ranch is THE premiere waterfowl hunting property on the market today in the Central Flyway. Quivira National Wildlife Refuge Quivira National Wildlife Refuge is part of the over 500 refuges managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and one of four in Kansas. Spanning over 22,135 acres, it combines inland salt marshes and sand prairies. The refuge's main goal is to support migratory waterfowl by providing essential resources such as food, water, and shelter. Other migratory birds, endangered species, and diverse wildlife also benefit from the habitat management efforts. Over 300 bird species, including waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds, have been documented within the refuge. Located along the Central Flyway, this refuge sees significant fall migrations from September to December, with thousands of Canada geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, and shorebirds passing through. The refuge can occupy over 750,000 geese at peak migration time periods. Endangered whooping cranes may also stop by during their migration, and bald and golden eagles are commonly found in the refuge during the winter months from November to March. In spring, the refuge serves as a staging area for over 300,000 birds, including American white pelicans and gulls, heading to their nesting grounds. The refuge offers about 8,000 acres of designated hunting areas open from September 1 to February 28, providing excellent opportunities for hunting waterfowl, upland game, pheasant, and quail. Fishing is available year-round. Additionally, the refuge welcomes schools and wildlife groups to explore the Visitor Center, nature trails, auto tour routes, and participate in special events.   Common Bird Species Dabbling Ducks: Mallard, Wood Duck, Blue-Winged Teal, Green-Winged Teal, Northern Shoveler, Gadwall, Northern Pintail, American Wigeon Diving Ducks: Canvasback, Redhead, Ring-Necked Duck, Great Scaup, Lesser Scaup, Bufflehead, Common Goldeneye, Barrow's Goldeneye, Hooded Merganser, Common Merganser, Red-Breasted Merganser Geese: Canada Goose, Greater White-Fronted Goose, Cackling Goose, Snow Goose, Ross's Goose Cranes: Whooping Crane, Sandhill Crane Upland Birds: Bobwhite Quail, Ring-Necked Pheasant Dove: Mourning Dove, Eurasian Collared-Dove Deer Management State Hunt Unit: 5 Average Yearly Rainfall: 26" per year Legal Description (+/- 729.38) Acres): SE4 of S27, T22, R11, Acres 159.68 S34, T22, R11, Acres 569.68, All Sec Ex Tr Beg 6 S Ne Cor Ne4 Th S 2634 (S) Th W 1204.5 Th N 2634 (S) Th E 1204.5 To Pob Financials: 2023 Approximate Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes: $5,652.90 Pasture Lease approx. $15,793/year (cattle grazing) Expires October 1, 2024 2023 Oil Income approx. $20,414 (4 producing oil wells) All of the seller's mineral interest (15.234375%) and ownership shall pass with land to Buyer at closing. Directions: Head south out of Great Bend, KS on US-281 S for 18 miles and turn east on Hudson Rd. In 11 miles, turn north onto NE 110th Ave. Then turn east onto S Sterling Rd. Drive 1.5 miles and the property is on your right (South). From Wichita, Take KS-96 W and US-50 W to S Langdon Rd in Plevna for 69 miles. Stay on US-50 W for 16 miles then turn right onto S Langdon Rd. In 5 miles, turn left onto W 4th Ave and turn right onto NE 130th Ave in 10 miles. In 2 miles the property is on the left (West). From Hutchinson, head west on W 4th Ave and continue straight for 28.5 miles. Then turn right onto NE 130th Ave and in 2 miles the property is on the left (West). Location: Directly adjacent to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge Approximately 34 miles south of Cheyenne Bottoms Approximately 7 miles east of the City of Hudson, Kansas (population: 99) Approximately 10 miles northeast of the City of Stafford, Kansas (population: 1,390) Approximately 22 miles southeast of the City of Great Bend, Kansas (population: 15,358) Approximately 70 miles northwest of Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport in Wichita, Kansas. Financial verification is required. Please contact the listing agent for more information, questions, or to schedule a showing.
Référence: EDEN-T98107998
Pays: US
Ville: Stafford
Code postal: 67578
Catégorie: Résidentiel
Type d'annonce: Vente
Type de bien: Maison & Propriété
Terrain: 2 950 158
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