The Stone Barn Farm in north-central Kansas is an incredible combination of high yielding bottom ground cropland acres, miles of winding timbered creek bottom, and a late 1800s farmstead highlighted by an incredible 45′ x 60′ stone barn with living quarters, large equipment building with all the amenities, and a top grade onsite grain storage facility. With over 377 acres of creek bottom farmland, this property has the ability to generate solid income return from crop share, cash rent, or by raising and producing your own crops annually. The cropland acres are over 80% Class I and II soil types and are currently planted to corn, soybeans, and wheat. The grain storage on the property allows for easy storage onsite with an elevator allowing for easy loading and transport of grain from the property straight to market. Salt Creek and Second Creek meet in the center of the property creating tremendous wildlife habitat along its way.
With over 3 miles of creek bottom winding through the farm, surrounded by an outstanding variety of crops year-round, this property has the ability to hold and attract a high number of whitetail deer in an area that is very reputable for trophy deer genetics. With the two creeks joining on the property, there are multiple bends and nooks in the creek, creating hidden honey holes for archery hunting the old bruiser whitetail bucks that Kansas is known for. The fertile cropland acres lining the creek edges provide tremendous open staging areas and feed sites for hunting during the early and late firearm seasons. This property’s balance of crops, bedding, and hardwoods is a whitetail hunter’s dream. The cropland is currently planted to soybeans, corn, and wheat, and this is the common rotation. The incredible options for both summer and winter food sources combined with dependable water sources and seclusion are the main checklist items for any great whitetail hunting farm – and this farm has it all!
This property was settled in the late 1800s, and the original home and many of the buildings are still in excellent condition. The old stone barn is the centerpiece of the property with its incredible stonework and towering steel red roof. The interior of the barn has been recently renovated with a living quarters featuring a bedroom and kitchen. This valuable addition can be maximized for overnight stays at the farm or lodging for hunters during the Fall and Spring hunting seasons. In 2014 a 55×72 arch-ribbon Quonset was constructed on the property for storage of large equipment and to provide ample workspace. The tall hydraulic door and full concrete floor provide great comfort and security. The old stone home on the farm is not currently up to living standards but provides a solid structure that can be remodeled into your own vision of a country home fitting to the property. If you are looking to step right into an incredible farmland investment with top-notch whitetail habitat and a historical farmstead, look no further than the Stone Barn Farm in north-central Kansas!
Address: 2072 North 130th Road, Minneapolis, KS 67467
Asking Price: $3,168,000