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**150 Acre Phenomenal Hunting Farm In Atchison County, KS**
3144 River Road, Atchison, KANSAS 66002
150Acres
$479,900
This beautiful 150 acre farm located just 15 minutes south of Atchison, KS along the Missouri River should be at the top of your list if you want the opportunity to consistently shoot big bucks and turkeys year after year! With it's variety of food sources, water, and unique terrain and cover, this property has all the tools needed to grow, hold, and manage big deer like the State of Kansas is kno
**150 Acre Phenomenal Hunting Farm In Atchison County, KS**
3144 River Road, Atchison, KANSAS 66002
150Acres
This beautiful 150 acre farm located just 15 minutes south of Atchison, KS along the Missouri River should be at the top of your list if you want the opportunity to consistently shoot big bucks and turkeys year after year! With it's variety of food sources, water, and unique terrain and cover, this property has all the tools needed to grow, hold, and manage big deer like the State of Kansas is kno
$479,900
**150 Acre Phenomenal Hunting Farm In Atchison County, KS**
3144 River Road, Atchison, KANSAS 66002
$479,900
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Hunting and Cropland for Sale in NE Kansas
126th St., McLouth, Kansas 66054
39Acres
$200,000
Have you been looking for a small hunting tract or future rural home site? Then check out the awesome small acreage farm located in Northeast Kansas that has been listed by United Country - Heritage Brokers & Auctioneers. This 39 +/- acres is approximately 5 miles north of McLouth, Kansas.
Hunting and Cropland for Sale in NE Kansas
126th St., McLouth, Kansas 66054
39Acres
Have you been looking for a small hunting tract or future rural home site? Then check out the awesome small acreage farm located in Northeast Kansas that has been listed by United Country - Heritage Brokers & Auctioneers. This 39 +/- acres is approximately 5 miles north of McLouth, Kansas.
$200,000
Hunting and Cropland for Sale in NE Kansas
126th St., McLouth, Kansas 66054
$200,000
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Kansas, Chautauqua County, 7.5 Acres Cowboy Meadows, Lot 19
Lot 19 Cowboy Meadows, Niotaze, Kansas 67355
7.50Acres
$23,000
Cowboy MeadowsLot 197.5 AcresThis beautiful property offers various views of rollings hills and farmlands. Tyler Stone Ranch is the perfect location for anyone who enjoys being surrounded by bountiful trees, hills and ponds with the luxury of the sounds of nature.This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
Kansas, Chautauqua County, 7.5 Acres Cowboy Meadows, Lot 19
Lot 19 Cowboy Meadows, Niotaze, Kansas 67355
7.50Acres
Cowboy MeadowsLot 197.5 AcresThis beautiful property offers various views of rollings hills and farmlands. Tyler Stone Ranch is the perfect location for anyone who enjoys being surrounded by bountiful trees, hills and ponds with the luxury of the sounds of nature.This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$23,000
Kansas, Chautauqua County, 7.5 Acres Cowboy Meadows, Lot 19
Lot 19 Cowboy Meadows, Niotaze, Kansas 67355
$23,000
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80Acres
$124,500
This approximate 80 acre property has lots of mixed use recreational, timberland loaded with whitetail deer and turkey. Located at the dead end of Douglas Valley Lane just outside of Salem, AR in Fulton County. There is a creek located in the northwest corner of the property.
80 +/- Acres, Deer Hunters Paradise, Lots of Deer and Turkey, Fulton County, AR
Douglas Valley Ln, Salem, ARKANSAS
80Acres
This approximate 80 acre property has lots of mixed use recreational, timberland loaded with whitetail deer and turkey. Located at the dead end of Douglas Valley Lane just outside of Salem, AR in Fulton County. There is a creek located in the northwest corner of the property.
$124,500
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140 +/- Acres Timberland
Miller Road, Casa, ARKANSAS 72025
140Acres
$197,000
Here's your shot at an affordable deer and turkey hunting tract. It is located in Perry County, Arkansas just outside the town of Casa. The timber was clear-cut approximately 20 years with portions being replanted and others coming back strong in mixed-hardwoods. It is easily accessed off Miller Road. Mineral rights do not convey. Contact Kevin Keen at 870-215-1185 for more information.
140 +/- Acres Timberland
Miller Road, Casa, ARKANSAS 72025
140Acres
Here's your shot at an affordable deer and turkey hunting tract. It is located in Perry County, Arkansas just outside the town of Casa. The timber was clear-cut approximately 20 years with portions being replanted and others coming back strong in mixed-hardwoods. It is easily accessed off Miller Road. Mineral rights do not convey. Contact Kevin Keen at 870-215-1185 for more information.
$197,000
140 +/- Acres Timberland
Miller Road, Casa, ARKANSAS 72025
$197,000
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41Acres
$70,000
Located in Sharp county, this tract has limitless potential for a multitude of different uses. The property has great access off of Brown’s Creek Road, which is county maintained. There is also power along Brown’s Creek Road, which would allow the tract to become a perfect place for a hunting cabin, or remote county home. The property is covered mostly in hardwoods, with a varying age range.
Brown's Creek Road
Arkansas
41Acres
Located in Sharp county, this tract has limitless potential for a multitude of different uses. The property has great access off of Brown’s Creek Road, which is county maintained. There is also power along Brown’s Creek Road, which would allow the tract to become a perfect place for a hunting cabin, or remote county home. The property is covered mostly in hardwoods, with a varying age range.
$70,000
Brown's Creek Road
Arkansas
$70,000
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The Cheapest States to Buy Land

The Cheapest States to Buy Land

Buying land is a good investment. But before you can capitalize on it, you have to be able to make the purchase. Land prices vary greatly from state to state, with some states averaging out at almost $200,000 an acre read more…

Kansas

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Kansas. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Kansas for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Kansas, and specifically Barton County, rests at the geographic center of the continental United States. Some wag once declared Kansas to be “flatter than a pancake” and state boosters have been burdened with the image ever since. The eastern third of Kansas is actually rippled with rolling hills and the land actually averages over 2,000 feet in elevation, topping out on the 4,039-foot summit of Mount Sunflower a few steps from the Colorado border.

That does not mean Kansas does not abound in long vistas disappearing into the horizon, a souvenir of the regions’ time spent as a seabed over 200 million years ago. Some of the finest are in the eastern part of the state in the Flint Hills that is traversed by a 102-mile scenic byway. The land here is studded with shale and flinty limestone which repelled plows and led to the lushest tallgrass prairie in America. Today the largely undeveloped land is the province of ranches where buyers can run cattle, hunters can pursue deer and dream of the elk and bison that used to graze here in the millions, or simply explore the land on foot or horseback.

Despite its reputation for homogeneity, land buyers in Kansas can spick and choose from a beguiling range of terrain and climate that goes from arid sub-tropical (only four states have ever recorded a temperature higher than Alton did when the thermometer reached 121 degrees in 1936) to humid continental with harsh winters.

While most Kansas land will be found switching hands in the eastern half of the state there are opportunities for choice property throughout the Sunflower State. Prices vary to accommodate any budget on lots of smaller acreage to spreads of several thousand acres.

Frequently Asked Questions

Kansas is a state situated in the midwestern region of the United States. Topeka is the capital of the state. Wichita is the largest city in this state with a population of about 650,000. Some other cities include Manhattan, Kansas City, Lawrence, and Olathe. Its neighboring states are Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Colorado. The state got its name from the Kansas River which was named by the Native Americans.

Some Facts About Kansas

  1. The windiest city in the United States is Dodge City.
  2. The middle point of all the 48 contiguous states is Smith County.
  3. The only county named after a woman is Barton County. It is named after Clara Barton who was a nurse in the Civil War.
  4. The Arkansas River is pronounced differently in Kansas. It is pronounced as ahr-KAN-zuhs.
  5. The nickname of Hutchinson is ‘Salt City’. This is because it was built upon the richest salt deposits in the world.
  6. There are about 600 towns in the state.
  7. The Hugoton Gas Field, underlying almost 8,500 square miles, is the largest natural gas field in the country.
  8. The state happens to have the largest population of wild grouse in the entire continent.
  9. The state’s largest lake, Milford Reservoir, holds about 16,000 acres of water.
  10. Manhattan is home to The American Institute of Baking.
  11. Pizza Hut opened its first store in Kansas.
  12. Sumner County is nicknamed as ‘The Wheat Capital of the world’.

Why Should One Buy Property In Kansas?

Kansas is a fantastic place if you are considering a move here. People residing in Kansas are friendly and they would not shy away from having a small talk. The state generally has a vibrant downtown. The cost of living is affordable. The state has some really good schools and colleges. Manhattan has many interesting restaurants providing different cuisines. The medieval festival, Farmer’s market, libraries, and museums are some fun things to do in the state.

How Is The Climate In Kansas?

Kansas has humid subtropical, semi-arid steppe, and humid continental climate. This characterization is made by the Köppen climate classification. It enjoys all 4 seasons. The state has warm summers and mild winters. Humidity is moderate. The coldest month is January with a mean temperature of around 31 degrees. The warmest month is June with a mean temperature of about 81 degrees. As far as precipitation is concerned, Kansas receives 30-40 inches of rain each year.

How Is The Real Estate Market In Kansas?

Kansas is an excellent place to invest. The average home value here is $141,500. The home values have experienced a 2.7% increase. With that being said, ‘Zillow’ expects a 2.6% increase in home values in 2020. This means that the growth rate has been steady for some time now. The economy is also thriving here. Therefore, investing in Kansas means a steady rate of returns.

What Is The Cost Of Living In Kansas?

If the cost of living index is 100 in the United States, then Kansas has an overall cost of living of 95. Whereas in terms of housing, it is 91. Therefore, we can conclude that the state is cheaper than the average of all other states.

How Is The Education System In Kansas?

The state’s education system is top-notch. The graduation rate and bachelor’s degree rate is higher than the nation’s average. There are nineteen community colleges throughout the state. The University of Kansas and Kansas State University are some famous universities.

In conclusion, although Kansas has a reputation for being a boring state, the contrary is certainly true. Settling in Kansas will be relaxing with a fresh environment, greenery, and water bodies.

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