LAND-World Class Whitetail Hunting
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Cell Phone: 620-243-3244
Property Type
Land
Price
$528,000.00
Status
Contract Pending
Location
W1/2 section 36, T29 R9
Zenda, Kansas 67159
Kingman County
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Lot Size
320 acres

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“When it comes to Trophy Whitetail, this is ground zero”. Rare opportunity to own a World-Class Trophy Whitetail hunting property in South Central Kansas.  One hour South West of Wichita near Zenda in Kingman County. This property has been held in the same family for over 100 years.  320 acres in Kansas Deer Management Unit 15.  Approximately 200 acres of native grass with numerous timbered draws and brush filled ravines with the balance of the property farm ground planted to grass.  A small creek runs year-round with a spectacular spring fed pond with largemouth bass, crappie and bluegill.  Adjoining properties are locally owned and tightly controlled.    Several Trophy Bucks scoring over 200 inches with many more scoring 170 inches plus have been taken within a mile radius of this property. Many of these Bucks have been harvested off this property.  Year-round recreational opportunities begin in the Spring with a thriving Wild Turkey population.  This property is also on a few of the locals list of hotspots for Morell Mushrooms. The fall hunting opportunities include Dove, Quail and water fowl. Potential location for Field Trials.  Easy access with multiple building sites for a cabin or home. Income from cattle grazing and farm lease.  This property needs to be seen to appreciate what it offers serious hunters.  2016 taxes $624.00.  Priced at $528,000.  For additional information or to view this property contact Ralph Lilja @ 620-243-3244 or email at rliljare@gmail.com.  A short video of “The Hartshorn Place” is available on youtube. by clicking this link  Hartshorn YouTube

‚ÄčLocation: 
The West 1/2 of Section 36, T 29, R 9.  From  Zenda, 2 miles East on 42 Hwy,  2 miles North on 70 Ave and 1/2 West on 120 street

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