This diverse 40 +/- acres, situated on a secluded dead end road, not only offers the perfect acreage to hunt waterfowl, deer, and turkeys close to the city, but also has a beautiful building site equipped with utilities and a 20x30 pole barn. Located just outside Osawatomie, a portion of this tract has been enrolled into the Wetlands Reserve Program and several wetland pools have been put in place for incredible waterfowl hunting opportunities. Alongside the waterfowl hunting, this property also boasts all the ingredients necessary for fantastic deer and turkey habitat. A great mixture of timber, native grasses, clover, and wildflowers create ample amounts of cover and browse alike. An abundance of wildlife call this place and the surrounding properties home. The adjacent 170 acres, which borders Pottawatomie Creek, offers a combo of wetlands and timber with incredible hunting opportunities and is also available for purchase. These two farms together would make an outstanding recreational haven. Contact Shea Miller to request additional information or to schedule a private showing
From Osawatomie, follow 347th West 3 miles to Winchester Road. Turn south and follow Winchester 1 mile to 355th. Turn east on 355th and drive 1 miles to Pleasant Valley Road. Turn south and drive 1 mile to 363rd. Turn back east on 363rd and the property will be on the south side of the road in 1/4 mile.