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0 Hwy 105

Toronto, KS 66777
  • $736,134
  • STATUS: Active
  • MLS #: 640213
New
UPDATED: 55 min ago
$736,134
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 238
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Type:
Farm
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Middle School:
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Listing information © 2024 South Central Kansas MLS.
Listing provided courtesy of Brenda Doudican of Midwest Land Group, LLC .




Description

Located 3 miles east of Toronto, Kansas along state HWY 105, sits this incredible +/-238-acre tract that holds endless opportunities for prime grazing, incredible hunting, possible quarry potential, build site locations and more! With the paved HWY access and adjoining Toronto Lake, the location on this tract is pleasantly attractive. The tract is made up of +/-238 acres total with +/-203 acres of pristine native grass stand with the remaining balance of +/-35 acres in mature hardwood timber stand that line the creek flowing throughout. The grass stand is in exceptionally above average condition with the foundation made up of big and little bluestem, switch, Indian and buffalo grasses and is able to be grazed in the 2024 season with no lease in place. Average annual grazing lease of $9,400.00. The natural springs running throughout the entire property are a thing of beauty. When everyone else is dry, this tract keeps producing. The springs feed the creek running throughout the entire property with two draws that flow into the Toronto Wildlife Area and Corps of Engineers, feeding Toronto Lake. One would quickly take noticed of how incredibly crystal clear the water is throughout. Deeps pools along the westerly draw are created along the way of the rock bottom creek. The 5-strand perimeter fencing throughout the tract is in average to above average condition with no interior cross fencing. The hardwood timber stand acres are primarily made up of Burr Oaks, White Oak, Black Walnut, Maple and Cottonwood with several more species throughout. There are so many massive trees towering over the creek with huge bases showing the age of the stand. Soil types of Eram, Dennis and Ringo make up of foundation, considered to be class II, III and VI. All mineral rights are intact and transfer. Walking throughout the draws, you can see the endless trail systems running throughout with rubs and scrapes along the way. With no hunting allowed in the past 45 years, this tract has become a sanctuary and a canvas for someone to reap the rewards it holds. The genetics in the area are strong and no doubt there are an older class calling this tract home. Turkey are prevalent throughout especially in the south, southwest with ideal roosting and the creek covered in turkey tracks. With the pockets and soil types, the farm lays out well where one could easily create tillable food plots throughout. Hunting unit #12. With Toronto Lake and Cross Timbers State Park within distance to the property, it holds an incredible area for extended year-round recreation. The region was favored for the endless hunting and prime area for the Native Americans of the Osage Nation. Today, patrons can take advantage of park incredible trails for hiking and biking and immerse yourself in the pure beauty of nature. If you are an angler at heart, the fishing on the lake is impeccable and the best around. With white crappie, white bass, channel catfish, and flat heads make up the majority but also have black bass, bluegill and sunfish to create additional diversity. The Toronto Wildlife Area is made up of over 4,600 acres of forests, grassland, farmland and marshes providing additional prime landscape to wildlife. What an opportunity to own a well-round tract with endless potential! Tracts with the diversity and beauty like this farm rarely come around, then add on the location adjoining Toronto Wildlife Area, this tract is a gem and one to tour in person to appreciate all it has to offer.

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0 Hwy 105 Toronto, KS 66777

  • Price: $736,134
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: Days
  • Updated: 55 min ago
  • MLS #: 640213
0
Beds
0
Baths
0
½ Baths
238
Acres
Neighborhood:
Toronto
County:
Woodson
Elementary School:
Mulberry-Eureka
Middle School:
Eureka
High School:
Eureka
School District:
Eureka School District (Usd 389)
Property Description
Located 3 miles east of Toronto, Kansas along state HWY 105, sits this incredible +/-238-acre tract that holds endless opportunities for prime grazing, incredible hunting, possible quarry potential, build site locations and more! With the paved HWY access and adjoining Toronto Lake, the location on this tract is pleasantly attractive. The tract is made up of +/-238 acres total with +/-203 acres of pristine native grass stand with the remaining balance of +/-35 acres in mature hardwood timber stand that line the creek flowing throughout. The grass stand is in exceptionally above average condition with the foundation made up of big and little bluestem, switch, Indian and buffalo grasses and is able to be grazed in the 2024 season with no lease in place. Average annual grazing lease of $9,400.00. The natural springs running throughout the entire property are a thing of beauty. When everyone else is dry, this tract keeps producing. The springs feed the creek running throughout the entire property with two draws that flow into the Toronto Wildlife Area and Corps of Engineers, feeding Toronto Lake. One would quickly take noticed of how incredibly crystal clear the water is throughout. Deeps pools along the westerly draw are created along the way of the rock bottom creek. The 5-strand perimeter fencing throughout the tract is in average to above average condition with no interior cross fencing. The hardwood timber stand acres are primarily made up of Burr Oaks, White Oak, Black Walnut, Maple and Cottonwood with several more species throughout. There are so many massive trees towering over the creek with huge bases showing the age of the stand. Soil types of Eram, Dennis and Ringo make up of foundation, considered to be class II, III and VI. All mineral rights are intact and transfer. Walking throughout the draws, you can see the endless trail systems running throughout with rubs and scrapes along the way. With no hunting allowed in the past 45 years, this tract has become a sanctuary and a canvas for someone to reap the rewards it holds. The genetics in the area are strong and no doubt there are an older class calling this tract home. Turkey are prevalent throughout especially in the south, southwest with ideal roosting and the creek covered in turkey tracks. With the pockets and soil types, the farm lays out well where one could easily create tillable food plots throughout. Hunting unit #12. With Toronto Lake and Cross Timbers State Park within distance to the property, it holds an incredible area for extended year-round recreation. The region was favored for the endless hunting and prime area for the Native Americans of the Osage Nation. Today, patrons can take advantage of park incredible trails for hiking and biking and immerse yourself in the pure beauty of nature. If you are an angler at heart, the fishing on the lake is impeccable and the best around. With white crappie, white bass, channel catfish, and flat heads make up the majority but also have black bass, bluegill and sunfish to create additional diversity. The Toronto Wildlife Area is made up of over 4,600 acres of forests, grassland, farmland and marshes providing additional prime landscape to wildlife. What an opportunity to own a well-round tract with endless potential! Tracts with the diversity and beauty like this farm rarely come around, then add on the location adjoining Toronto Wildlife Area, this tract is a gem and one to tour in person to appreciate all it has to offer.
Property Features

Association YN No Builder Options Closed Builder Current Use PastureRecreational Improvements Fencing Lot Size Area 238 Miscellaneous Features None Other Structures None Ownership Individual Property Sub Type Farm Road Frontage Type Highway Shape Location Rectangular Tax Annual Amount 1040.74 Tax Year 2023 Topography Rolling Transaction Type For Sale Utilities ElectricityWater Available Zoning Rural

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Listing information © 2024 South Central Kansas MLS.
Listing provided courtesy of Brenda Doudican of Midwest Land Group, LLC .