1041 NW 50 Road, Attica, Kansas, 67009
Check out this amazingly beautiful private lakefront, custom designed 3,830 SF log home and 154.5 acres of land. The owners of this property have dropped the price of this amazing home and land by over $250,000!
This one-of-a-kind home was built in conjunction with Kuhns Brothers Log Cabins and is located on 154.5± acres of Tillable Farmland, CRP, Pasture, Recreational & Hunting Land in Harper County, Kansas. The property is located 1041 NW 50 Road which is 1¼ miles south of Attica, Kansas just off of a newly paved county highway.
This property was purchased as a site for the owner’s dream home. The owners designed the home, ordered custom-built logs from Pennsylvania. The basement was built first and had a complete kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms and full bath. The main two story area of the home was assembled first and later the library – study area was added and the attached garage with a loft area above the garage.
The home has been meticulously maintained and many custom features were built into the home. For example the stair steps were made from oak church pews. There are beautiful stained glass windows, ornate wooden trim, antique light fixtures and many other amenities that will never be duplicated.
The owners furnished the log home with a lifetime collection of antiques, memorabilia and furniture that is the basis for their Upper Rust antique emporium located just north of the property in Attica, Kansas. They would consider selling the home furnished.
The property is serviced by 2 wells built in 2005 that are 130’ deep and have 6” cased and gravel; packed. The north well services the horse shed, pasture and west side of the yard. The south well provides water to the home, front yard and south yard areas. There is an underground sprinkler system that distributes the water from the wells to the beautifully landscaped yard.
The privately owned lake area was dug by excavating gravel and went clear down to a red rock bottom. The lake is about 9’ deep towards the north end and 15’ deep closer to the dam at the south end. The lake is stocked with largemouth bass and channel catfish. The owners own their water rights and have permits to allow selling of water from the lake. The farm land has been leased to a local farmer who takes great care of the tillable land. This property generates a nice stream of income from CRP contracts, farmland production and oil & gas royalty payments. There is a large stockpile of easily accessible gravel that can be sold to the Harper County highway department for up to $100,000. There are other gravel – sand reserves stacked approximately 9’ deep that may total up to 150,000 cubic yards. Income from the sale of gravel can help offset the purchase price of this property.
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Farm Services Records and Maps
Legal Address: The Northeast Quarter (NE/4) of Section 31, Township 32 South, Range 8 West of the 6th P.M., Harper County, Kansas. Less road right of way.
FSA Base / Yield: Wheat: 138.7± Acre Base - 31 Bu/AC PLC Yield – ($2,380 Annual Cash Rent)
CRP: 52.7± Acres Enrolled at $38.39/AC ($2,023 Annual Payment) until 9/30/2025
Taxes: 2017 Taxes were $4,387.39
Minerals: Minerals are believed to be intact; all Seller-owned minerals shall be conveyed to the Buyer at closing. There is oil and gas income for this property from a nearby unitized well. See a recap below of all the income generated by this property.
Directions: From the intersection of U.S. Highway 160 & Main Street in downtown Attica, drive South on the blacktop highway 1¼-Miles. Turn East on NW 50 Rd and drive a ¼ mile until you see the private property entrance on the right. The property is bordered on the west by the paved highway NW 105 Avenue, on the north by NW 50 Road, on the east side by NW 100 Avenue and on the south by grass waterway at the south side of the CRP field.
Property Description: 154.5+/- Acres of some the best fishing, recreation, hunting, conservation and farmland in Kansas is being offered for sale. The deer pictured are some that have been harvested by the owner on this amazing property or have been photographed by trail cameras on the property. Bucks scoring as high as 200” Pope and Young have been harvested in this area! This property is all located in the “Holy Grail”, Deer Management Unit 16 in Southcentral Kansas. Kansas and in particular Unit 16 are world famous for trophy Whitetail Deer hunting. Landowners are offered non-resident deer-buck tags without the need of a draw. There is also some outstanding hunting for Rio Grande turkeys, pheasant, quail, ducks, geese and doves. This is a hunting paradise with an elevated hunting stand overlooking a 10 acre food plot, 52 acres of CRP and mowed trails. The insulated stand is 8’ x 8’ x 8’ in size with 8 windows! View the attached wildlife video (or by clicking here) which shows trail camera images and mounts of animals that frequent this amazing hunting preserve.
The private lake area was dug by excavating gravel and went clear down to a red rock bottom. The lake is about 9’ deep towards the north end and 15’ deep closer to the dam at the south end. To view a short video of lake activities, please click here. This property is custom made for building family memories! The lake is stocked with largemouth bass and channel catfish. The owners own their water rights and have permits to allow selling of water from the lake.
The farm land is leased to a local farmer who takes great care of the tillable land. This property generates a nice stream of income from CRP contracts, farmland production and oil & gas royalty payments. There is a large stockpile of easily accessible gravel that can be sold to the Harper County highway department for up to $100,000. There are other gravel – sand reserves stacked approximately 9’ deep that may total up to 150,000 cubic yards. Income from the sale of gravel can help offset the purchase price of this property.
The sellers have spent years grooming this property for their own private hunting / fishing preserve and would prefer to sell the property to a buyer(s) that can appreciate the effort that went into creating this unique resort. They have a tenant that would love to continue leasing the farm land.
There is a private gun club and shooting range that is located a mile and a half mile southwest of this property. This is an area that welcomes outdoorsmen.
Income: This property features income producing farmland, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land, oil and gas royalties and gravel sales to help offset the cost of ownership. CRP income is $2,023 per year. Oil and gas royalty income averages between $4,475 and $941 per year with an additional $2,033 per year coming from CRP payments. The crop land generates $2,380 cash rent annually. The 12 acres of pasture land can also be rented for additional income. Total income is at $5,354 per year.
The Community: This estate is conveniently located just south from downtown Attica, Kansas, which is located near the scenic Red Hills area of Southwest Kansas.
This immaculate country home is located at 1041 NW 50 Road, a short drive to stores and restaurants in Attica, Kansas just south of US Highway 160. Attica is the home of Attica Public Schools USD-511. The school system provides an amazing education and small classroom sizes. The community also has a number of businesses that provide needed services. Examples are Bulldog Supply, the Attica Locker and the new Attica Market grocery store. There is a new hospital and a very nice airport just 10 miles away.
This property is located near the Red Hills Scenic Byway and the rolling hills and woods of the scenic Gypsum Hills region of the state. Some of the finest deer and turkey hunting in the United States is found right here in the legendary Unit 16 area! The surrounding area offers rugged beauty and stunning vistas.
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