If you’re looking for a massive turnkey farm right in the middle of the Kansas countryside, re-listing in Wallace County might be an option.
On over 3,500 acres and benefiting from an entire fleet of John Deere farm equipment, Schmidt Farm is an active farming operation that also features a custom-designed luxury main house with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and half built in 2011, as well as a foreman’s house.
The home’s amenities include granite countertops, bedrooms and bedrooms, huge vaulted ceilings, a six-car garage, and custom log beams throughout.
Known for a life-size bronze bull elk in its center aisle, the site also has a custom-designed 600,000 BU grain facility, farm store, car barn, and shed. planes.
Hunting in the area includes antelope, white-tailed deer, mule deer, small game, and pheasant.
The main house is located seven miles south of Sharon Springs, Kansas on State Highway 27 in western Kansas and only three and a half hours from Denver. Other towns like Oakley, Tribune, Colby and Goodland are also found in the region.
Currently, the site is divided into 750 acres of arid land, 200 miscellaneous acres, and 2,580 acres irrigated with Ulysses, Kuma, and Keith silt loams with 0-3% slopes on Class II and Class soils. III and 24 irrigation wells.
The listing is held by Mark VanHouten at American Land Brokers.