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Wagstaff Ranch
#KS720825
Alma KS  , Alma
Kansas, N/A
Wabaunsee County
4,049.00 acres
The Wagstaff Ranch, known as a legacy Flint Hills ranch less than two hours from Kansas City, is now being offered for sale after being owned by the same family since 1960. Comprised of 4,053 rolling acres of natures most prolific native tallgrasses, with hardwood trees in deep draws, some of which have large spring-fed lakes and ponds. The ranch is accented by a beautiful custom-built family entertainment home with a pool. This ranch is in the eastern flank of what is left of this continents tallgrass prairie. Numerous springs and seasonal creeks, including the South Branch of Mill Creek, meander across and through the ranch. The Wagstaff Ranch is set up and operated as an ongoing cattle ranch yet offers the ultimate in country living less than two hours from one the best cities in the heartland.
$12,000,000

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Sunview Ranch
#KS972457
Syracuse
Kansas, 67878
Hamilton County
29,962.00 acres
Sunview Ranch is an expansive year-round ranch consisting of nearly 30,000 acres of one of the largest remaining tracts of sandhill prairie left in the region. The Sunview Ranch currently operates in conjunction with a very large-scale cattle operation, standing alone Sunview can run approximately 420 pairs year-round with a supplemental protein feed source during the winter months, and a small hay pile for emergency situations. This ranching operation is made up of 31 pastures and has adopted a forage utilization strategy of take ?, leave ? per the terms of the management plan and conservation easement. The dominant vegetation on the rangelands in this region is sand sagebrush, which provides critical habitat for a number of animal and plants species reliant on sandhill prairie habitat. As such, the Kansas ranch offers great hunting opportunities with trophy mule deer, pronghorn, elk, and scaled quail. Sunview cattle ranch is a low overhead ranching operation, with great conservation values and recreational attributes.

Contact Jared Souza.
$10,000,000

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Farm & Cattle Ranch with Home For Sale in Wallace County, KS
#KS953721
1350 Larkspur Road , Sharon Springs
Kansas, 67758
Wallace County
8,057.00 acres
Farm & Cattle Ranch with Homes For Sale in Sharon Springs, KS
THE SPRING VALLEY RANCH IN WESTERN KANSAS

UC Ranch Properties is proud to announce the premier offering of the historic Spring Valley Ranch in Western Kansas ranch country! This exceptionally rare land offering consists of over 8,000 contiguous acres of pristine farm and ranch land within the spring valley of Wallace County, Kansas only minutes from the Colorado state line.

THE RANCH

The Spring Valley Ranch is absolutely a rancher's dream property with several thousand acres of contiguous pasture and farmland, as well as two full pivotirrigated quarters of high-yielding cropland.

Natural spring water is plentiful on the ranch with more than a dozen ponds scattered across the landscape, the seasonally wet Eagletail Creek, and many windmill water wells strategically located throughout eachsectionof the ranch providing a consistent water source for livestock and wildlife year-round.

The ranch is complete withfull perimeter fencingand a wagon wheel design of cross fencing around the headquarters of the ranch allowing for a simplified method of rotating cattle to different sections of the pasture throughout the grazing season.

Well-maintained road frontage along three sides of the ranch creates an easy entrance to the various sections of pasture and easy access to the crop fields with necessary farm equipment. Several miles of winding trails throughout the ranch provide easy travel by vehicle, ATV/UTV, orenjoyall the ranch has to offer by horseback.

HEADQUARTERS

The ranch headquarters is complete with a main brick ranch house (4 bed, 2 bath), a separate ranch tenant home (4 bed, 2.5 bath), a newly constructed 100' x 60'machine shed,Quonset building, grain bins, and many other storage buildings throughout the farmstead.

The Spring Valley Ranch is fully equipped as a working cattle ranch with spacious corrals, working pens, loading chutes, scales, handling equipment, and extensive feed bunks. No shortcuts were taken over the decades while developing this one-of-a-kind ranch!

HUNTING

The Spring Valley Ranch also has a very strong reputation for the many hunting opportunities it provides. This area is native to mule deer, whitetail, antelope, pheasant, quail, and turkey. The ranch has historically held all species of wildlife Western Kansas has to offer and has produced some record book antelope. Wallace County is the top county in Kansas for harvesting record book antelope andproducingits fair share of trophy mule deer and whitetails. Herds of mule deer and whitetail bed along the hillsides as well asthe numerous ravines cutting through the southern portion of the ranch. Herds can be spotted in the large crop fields throughout the year in preparation for the hunting season.

It felt like the 90s again as amazing numbers of pheasants boiled out of the crop fields at sunrise and sunset. The quail coveys were some of the largest Ive witnessed in the well-defined cover areas. This incredible ranch has so much to offer. Contact the listing agenttoday to schedule a private tour of the amazing Spring Valley Ranch!

KEY FEATURES
1,569 +/- acres of non-irrigated farmland with well-maintained terraces, consisting primarily of fertile Class II-IV silt loam soils
246 +/- acres of pivot irrigated farmland with natural gas irrigation well.
Over 6000 acres of fenced and cross fenced productive cattle grassland

2 Valley Pivot Irrigation Sprinklers included with the property

Several miles of trails throughout the property provide convenientaccess by vehicle, ATV/UTV, orenjoy the entirety of the land by horseback.

Great hunting opportunities on the ranch with trophy whitetail and mule deer prevalent in this area. The ranch offers terrific pronghorn antelope, turkey, pheasant, and quail hunting opportunities as well.

All water rights will pass to the Buyer

100% of the mineral rights will pass to the Buyer at the date of closing

Property is to be shown BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please contact the listing agentto schedule a private viewing.




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Listing ID: 15039-19041
$8,000,000

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Amazing Grace Ranch
#KS954917
 , Ness County
Kansas, 67584
Ness County
3,019.00 acres
Amazing Grace Ranch is a unique ranch with excellent grass, fencing and improvements in an exceptional location. It is very well watered and offers privacy with good access to well-maintained county roads. Interstate 70 is just 22 miles to the north. The ranch supports a good population of white-tailed deer, mule deer, pheasants, and quail. The ranch will run 220 mother cows year-round with supplemental feed.

LandThe ranch has had a significant amount of fish fossils and shark teeth found and is in a great area for this to occur.
It is located just a few miles from the famous Castle Rock formations South of Quinter, Kansas. The hunting on the property is first-rate with a mix of white-tailed deer, mule deer, bobwhite quail, pheasants, waterfowl, and some varmints. It is approximately 20 miles west of Cedar Bluff Reservoir which offers excellent recreation and fishing for Walleye, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, and White Bass.
The pond at the lodge is stocked with catfish, bluegill, bass, and sunfish. It is a fantastic small pond that is sure to provide a lot of fun and memories for the new owners.
ImprovementsThere are several small ponds on the ranch and a terrific, improved pond stocked with fish below the lodge. The lodge is and has been a labor of love for the owners with an excellent floor plan and a beautiful private view of the ranch and the pond below. This is a beautiful place, and it is enjoyable just spending time to take it all in. The ranch has granite countertops and an excellent kitchen overlooking a deck and the pond. It has two bedrooms and a basement area that sleeps approximately 8. There is also an exceptional outbuilding on the pond that has been used for family gatherings and barbecues. It is very well built and could easily be developed into more sleeping quarters or an additional living space. There is power to the ranch headquarters and propane. The property is very self-sufficient and secluded with good access via county roads.
RecreationThe hunting on the ranch is excellent for white-tailed deer and mule deer. It is located in Game Management Unit 2 and tags are available by draw for non-residents and over for some seasons for residents. There are landowner tags available for owners by draw. The habitat on this ranch is fantastic for upland birds and there is a good amount of pheasants and quail. There are also a few lesser prairie chickens on the ranch and in the area. This habitat could be improved by leaving some small areas in habitat with limited or no grazing. Additional grain sources such as small food plots would also help locate upland birds. Fishing on the ranch is great for catfish, bass, and bluegill.
AgricultureMoisture has been excellent, and the grasses are in great condition and ready for hungry cows! The ranch can run approximately 220 mother cows with some supplemental feed in the wintertime. The ranch offers plenty of windbreaks and easy areas for cattle in case of a large snowstorm. The ranch has a very diverse mix of grasses with both warm and cool season grasses to provide diversity at different times during the grazing seasons.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesNo mineral rights will pass with land to buyer. All water rights owned by seller pass with land to buyer.
General OperationsThe seller leases the ranch to a local cattle producer. Sale is subject to lease rights and current grazing season.
Region & ClimateThe climate is very mild in this part of Kansas with warm summer temps ranging up to 100 degrees and cool nights in the 60s and 70s. It is a mild climate in the winter as well, with occasional cold snaps and moisture. Average rainfall for this area is 21-23 inches.
$3,750,000
17370 W 175 St
#KS437670
17370 W 175 St , Olathe
Kansas, 66062
153.00 acres
Exceptional 153 acres M/L prime Olathe development land. Tremendous potential with great visibility and access along major thoroughfares off 175th Street. Property is in Olathe's master plan with 40-50 acres commercial and remainder in multi-family and residential. Currently in hay, pasture and row crop with brick ranch home and outbuildings. Amazing Location! Please see MLS #2240060 for Residential listing
$5,957,000
Wingshooting Paradise
#KS957688
10495 E Water Well Road  , Saline County
Kansas, 67448
Saline County
929.00 acres
Welcome to Wingshooting Paradise in southeast Saline County, Kansas. Located in the heart of America, this property truly has everything you could ever want. Thinking about making a lifestyle change that includes peacefulness and tranquility? If so, you don't have to look any further. This property will provide you with the opportunity to dream big and make memories with family and friends that will last a lifetime.LandThis property features 929 +/- acres of amazing hunting and recreational land. Not only is the land great for recreation but also has the ability to generate good income from the cropland and pastureland acres. This is a diverse and very unique property in Central Kansas.
ImprovementsA magnificent home with nearly 11,000 square feet of finished living space is the centerpiece of the property. The house consists of 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms. The master suite is very spacious and includes a massive closet, walk-in shower, a sitting area along with a screened in porch just off of the master bedroom. The Great Room is simply breathtaking! It has a beautiful stone fireplace and vaulted wooden ceiling. The gourmet kitchen is highlighted by a large island that has a stainless steel top, a sink and lots of storage space underneath. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including the following: Sub-Zero fridge, two ovens, two large gas stoves, two dishwashers, and a warming oven. A large 10x10ft walk-in pantry is located just off of the kitchen. The main level also has a formal dining room, an office and an enormous 1515 ft laundry room.
The fully finished basement includes a kitchenette, movie theatre room, entertainment room with pool table, wet bar complete with a wine keeper. It has an exercise room that could also be used as a fifth bedroom. The basement has another large room that the owner currently uses for dog grooming (has many other possibilities). There is also a safe room for use during storms if needed. The entire home is set up perfectly for entertaining guests, family or even hunters if it was used as a lodge.
There is a four car attached garage along with a concrete circle driveway. The home is on rural water, propane and a septic system.
There is a 4070 ft shop that is insulated and has a full concrete floor. The south side of the shop encompasses kennels and runs large enough for eight dogs. The kennel area has heated concrete floors and stays very cool with fans in the summertime. Each kennel has an automatic watering system. There is a 3 acre pasture located adjacent to the kennels so the dogs can get their daily exercise.
RecreationFrom a recreational standpoint, this property is world class. Words or even photos dont do this property justice. This property offers tremendous hunting and recreational opportunities no matter what season it is. Hundreds of cedar trees have been strategically planted throughout the property creating travel corridors, loafing cover and amazing habit for all species of wildlife. The rows of mature cedars are surrounded by established food plots. The owner plants a variety of crops in these plots such as wheat, milo, and clover. They make a great food source and offer extra cover for wildlife. Additional plots have also been planted in certain areas of the property to enhance privacy and seclusion. The ultimate habitat has been created for upland birds. If you like to hunt pheasant and quail or you need an awesome property to train bird dogs, it doesnt get much better than Wingshooting Paradise. The deer hunting on this property is phenomenal as well. Proof of that is on the wall in the basement of the house! The place has everything needed (food, water, cover, and plenty of territory) for growing and holding giant Kansas whitetails.
The ponds and water sources located throughout the property truly make this a special place especially during migration periods. Ducks and geese come through and land on the ponds by the thousands. The current owner has not allowed any waterfowl hunting in many years. The property also offers tremendous fishing opportunities. The large watershed east of the house is stocked with bass and bluegill.
For the horse enthusiasts, the property includes a well manicured riding area that measures 120240 ft. It also includes a 50 ft round pen for training horses along with a loafing shed and pen that is connected to a 40 acre horse pasture. The horse pasture has a pond and good fencing.
The property also features a 4070 ft sport court located just behind the house. The court has a synthetic surface and is great for playing basketball and tennis.
AgricultureThe property includes 85 +/- acres of cropland and roughly 235 +/- acres of pasture. A good portion of the acreage is cut for hay. The owner usually gets around 600 round bales per year.
A John Deere 4440 tractor and a number of implements will be sold with the property.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesSeller is believed to own 100% of the mineral rights and they will transfer to the buyer at closing.
Region & ClimateThe property is located about 20 miles southeast of Salina and 20 miles southwest of Abilene. Salina is a regional hub and a small city of about 50,000 people. Salina offers just about everything you can think of including: industry/business, medical facilities, education and the arts, featuring the historic Stiefel Theatre. Salina also has a regional airport with daily flights to Denver. Abilene, the boyhood home of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower is known for its Presidential Library. Interstate 70 and Interstate 35 are both within reasonable driving distance of the property making trips to Wichita or Kansas City a breeze.
If you have any questions about this once in a lifetime property please contact me today. Financial verification must be provided before a showing can be scheduled. Shown by private appointment only!
$4,495,000
The Harding Ranch On Buckner Creek
#KS812575
Southwest 205 Road  , Dodge City
Kansas, 67601
Hodgeman County
2,209.00 acres
The Harding Ranch encompasses over 2,000 acres of prime grazing land within the heart of Western Kansas cattle country. Located only 25 miles from the famed Dodge City KS, this ranch is ideally located near local cattle markets and feed yards, while being situated right in the middle of prime grass country. Nearly 3 miles of the Buckner Creek twists and turns through the heart of the ranch providing excellent fresh water for livestock and wildlife. Multiple water wells on the ranch provide additional water sources and gravel county roads allow for good access to and from the ranch. In general, there are no wasted acres on the ranch. Good grass can be found throughout the entire ranch year in and year out thanks to the terrific soils along the Buckner Creek. Nearly the entire ranch consists of fertile Class II and III soils. This area is also very well known for whitetail, mule deer, turkey and upland bird hunting as well. A drive through this area in the morning and evening will reveal high numbers of all these species in and around the Buckner Creek valley. The outdoorsman can also enjoy waterfowl hunting along the creek, as well as tremendous fishing. Very few large contiguous ranches in the Western part of Kansas have the abundance of water and good grass of which you’ll find on the Harding Ranch in SW Kansas. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful large ranch right in the heart of the Kansas frontier, near one of the most famous historical cowtowns – Dodge City. Contact the listing agents today for more information on this incredible Western Kansas cattle ranch.
$4,418,000
Bluff Creek 1446
#KS954727
271 SE 20 Ave  , Anthony
Kansas, 67003
Harper County
1,446.00 acres
Located in Unit 15 of South-Central Kansas is 1,446+/- acres of prime whitetail habitat. This property is situated with 2 miles of Bluff Creek running through the heart of the property. Boasting approximately 575-acres of grass and cover and the remaining balance of 871-acres of tillable, this property has everything you need to not only grow but to hold those big mature whitetails.


The property has most recently been used for livestock and crop production. By eliminating the livestock, grass, and wildlife habitat would excel which in turn would equate to a greater carrying capacity on the farm. The different tillable fields along the edges of the creek would create a unique opportunity to plant a different crop in each field to provide the maximum benefit to the wildlife while also providing year-round investment income.


Excellent stand locations can be found all over the property. From the heavier cover of the creek bottom to the brushy, timbered fingers that feed the creek, these travel corridors would make superb ambush locations.


The two homestead locations on the farm would provide excellent living quarters and would also make great hunting accommodations for the outfitter looking to run a hunting operation. There are several outbuildings that would provide great cover for your farm equipment, ATVs/UTVs, and farm vehicles. There are numerous water well locations also located on the property. These 6 wells produce approximately 50 gallons/minute with the exception of one of the wells which produce about 3-5 gallons/minute. A great benefit of the multiple water well locations on the farm is the water lines the seller has run to different areas of the farm. There are several water hydrants located in numerous locations throughout the property and miles of water lines ran to these locations. These hydrants can be used to water livestock and wildlife throughout times of drought to keep this a premier property. Rural water is available to some areas of the property. For livestock and wildlife water, there is the famous Bluff Creek and its numerous fingers as well as 6 other stock ponds. These ponds would also make for great waterfowl hunting.


If you're looking to hunt Rios, roosters, ducks, and giant whitetail, in an area of Kansas that is well known for superb hunting as well as a property that is going to produce income, then this is a property to take a look at - you won't be disappointed!


To schedule your private showing, please contact Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835.


- 2 miles of Bluff Creek

- Unit 15, Kansas

- Approximately 575-acres of grass and cover and 871-acres of tillable.

- Numerous water features - Bluff Creek, 6 ponds, several fingers and draws.

- The property is completely fenced and cross fenced

- 2 houses, 6 water wells, rural water availability, numerous outbuildings

- 4.5 miles to Anthony

- 66 miles to Wichita

- 159 miles to OKC

- 173 miles to Tulsa
$3,615,000
Hillsboro Hunt Ranch
#KS939867
2375 Jade  , Marion County
Kansas, 67063
Marion County
800.00 acres
Located on the western slope of the historic Kansas Flint Hills, this property is the culmination of more than 35 years of commitment and adventure.The property has been meticulously manicured with the intent of growing and maintaining large pheasant and quail populations. Although they have only beenhunted sparingly in the decades of current ownership, dueto the wonderful design and implementation of the property, world class whitetail deer also call this property home. Record book whitetail deer have been taken and trophy bucks are often spotted. Spread out over four locations, all within a 7 mile radius, the property encompasses a total of +/- 800 acres, a white pine log sided home, two outbuildings (one of which has a two bedroom, two bath apartment) and a concrete floor dog kennel.
THE HOMESTEAD Built in 2006, the home features approximately 2025 square feet on the main level and an additional 850 square feet upstairs for a total of +/- 2875 square feet. There are 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in the main home and the no detail was overlooked in its construction or maintenance. Old growth New England white pine was incorporated into the flooring and the windows are double hung wood framed with exterior aluminum cladding. Solid wood interior doors and molding are used throughout. The home also features 26 and 212 thick walls for added insulation and strength. The home has a warm, cozy cabin feel and is comfortable in every sense.
The roof and HVAC are each new within the last few years. There is a 48 kw backup generator with an automatic start that is powered from a buried 1000 gallon propane tank. In the event of an outage, the generator will service the entire homestead with substantial reserve capacity. As is characteristic of this property, pride of ownership shines throughout; no detail was overlooked.
The design focus of the home revolves around the full-masonry fireplace that was built using famed Kansas Flint Hills limestone. Expertly crafted, the limestone extends upward through both levels of the home and creates a wonderful centerpiece that can be admired from both the main floor den or the upstairs reading nook. The views from nearly any window in the home remind of days gone by when the ground was untouched and wild. Privacy abounds as the nearest home is nearly a mile away.
The two extra clean, steel outbuildings are 60? x 80? and 40? x 50? respectfully and are just north of the home and provide ample space to keep vehicles, equipment & toys safe, dry and organized. The larger of the two buildings has 6? reinforced concrete floors and extra tall overhead doors at both ends of the building. It also features the 900+ square foot, two bedroom, two bathroom apartment that would make a great bunkhouse for guests or large hunting parties. The smaller outbuilding has a workshop and provides additional storage.
Never to be overlooked, the dogs are well taken care of with a concrete floor six-bay kennel that resides near some trees that provide shade in the summer and a wind-break in the winter.
The Land For over 35 years, this land has been designed, cultivated and maintained with one goal in mindto provide upland birds with the best opportunity to grow, reproduce and prosper. One key to the unbelievable success has been the introduction of the shelter belts that run along the edges of the properties. These areas provide excellent cover and protection for both birds and whitetail deer. Made up of Eastern Red Cedars, American Plums, Sandhill Plums, Choke Cherries, Bush Honeysuckles, Autumn Olives, Fragrant Sumacs, Redbuds and other assorted flora. These shelter belts run a total of 4.8 miles and and many are up to 5 rows wide.
Portions of this land have never been broken and represent original prairie. Other parts were under cultivation, but have been developed into mature stands of native tall grass. This provides roosting and escape cover as well as income from partial rotational haying. Food plots are distributed throughout to assure adequate winter nutrition for birds and deer. A small area is farmed on shares by a neighbor.The 4 land parcels are strategically separated to create additional field edges alongside traditional wheat and crop farming operations. This creates additional opportunities for pheasants to put down roots after fleeing the adjacent, harvested wheat fields. The net result is a much greater pheasant population than can be produced by a single contiguous property.
The Region & Nearby Attractions Located within a 50 minute drive of Wichitas Eisenhower National Airport and near I-35, the property is easy to access from anywhere. The McPherson airport is about 20 minutes away and provides private jet and conventional aircraft access. Kansas City is a 2.5 hour drive to the northeast. Wichita State University, Kansas State University and the University of Kansas are all an easy driving distance as well. World famous Prairie Dunes Country Club is located within one hour.
Marion Reservoir, a 7 mile-long lake, is only 2 miles from the homestead and provides central flyway waterfowl hunting opportunities and great walleye, crappie and wiper fishing. The reservoir is surrounded by more than 6000 acres of public hunting as well.
*** Showings are by appointment only. Please contact Jim Elliott to schedule a showing. ***
$3,500,000
11050 W 164th Street Overland Park KS 66221
#KS809215
11050 W 164th Street  , Overland Park
Kansas, 66221
5.00 acres
Find privacy, convenience & resort style living in this immaculate, updated 1.5 Story estate situated on 5.74 acres tucked away in Garnet Hill located in Overland Park. Spectacular main floor remodel with gourmet kitchen, new appliances and large island w/ seating for six is the focal point for gatherings. Main floor master retreat highlights heated floors, expansive shower, soaking tub & two walk-in closets.The outdoor oasis features a salt water pool, spa with waterfall to pool, pool house with 1/2 bath, sport court (ready for your pickle ball set up), Heated and insulated 60x38 building for all of your hobbies & toys.The second floors offers 3 bedrooms with private in suite bathes & a loft space. The finished lower level is perfect spot to catch a game with an open rec room & wet bar, 5th bedroom also with private bath, fitness room & half bath. All located in the award winning Blue Valley School District and only minutes of 69 Hwy.
$3,400,000