Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
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The Jartop West Ranch is truly a Legacy Sporting and Cattle Ranch. Formerly known and operated as Jay Novaceks Upper 84 Ranch, this is as well rounded of a recreational property as you will find on the market. Totaling 3,268 deeded acres plus leased ground, the ranch offers big game hunting and great fishing for the distinguished sportsman. The habitat and topography make the ranch feel like it is in the mountains not central Nebraska. The entire east side of the ranch borders a lease on Jeffrey Reservoir with over 3 miles of lake shore. 1,200 acres of the ranch is in a high fence allowing the owner to hunt exotic species like Elk, Pere Davids Deer, Audad Sheep and other stocked species all while never feeling like you are in a high fence.
This property is a good combination of range and recreation. The north half of the property has been burned to eradicate the majority of the cedar trees. The south section has cedar canyons thick with elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer and wild turkey.
There is good fencing all around, and the property has easement access via a good trail road. This property will provide excellent recreation with some grazing income to offset cost of ownership.
Potential Cash Grazing Income105 Pairs x $60 = $6,300 x 5 months of grazing = $31,500 Less Insurance ($1,200) Less Well and Windmill Maintenance ($500) Less Fence Maintenance ($500) Less RE Taxes ($8,538)
Total Net Income: $20,762
Legal DescriptionTownship 10 North, Range 27 West of the 6th P.M., Linc
This is a highly productive pivot irrigated 80 located just south and west of Brady, Nebraska. All Class I soils with shallow water. The owner states that he harvested 220 bushel corn off of this in 2016. There is excellent equipment with a 2009 Valley Center Pivot Irrigation 7 Tower System. It is powered by an electric motor. This 80 has excellent access and would make a good investment.
Well InformationDate Drilled: 1961GPM: 1,000Static Level: 25'Pumping Level: 70'Well Depth: 80'
2009 Valley low pressure 7 tower pivot, electric motor
CIA's77.71 certified irrigated acres (Note: Seller wishes to retain 13 certified irrigated acres)
Legal DescriptionTownship 12 North, Range 27 West of the 6th P.M., Lincoln County, Nebraska: Sec
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This is a true hunters hideout. There are 74.62 acres of "CRP type" grass, 20 acres of alfalfa, 2 small sandpits, all developed for recreational and hunting. The property includes a 14x40 two bedroom park model cabin with an attached 8x40 covered porch. One unique thing about this property is that it is completely off-grid. Electricity is provided by a wind generator, 2 solar panels and a propane-fired Genset generator. Power generated from the wind turbine and solar panels goes into a large battery array, providing power for all of the amenities for the owner to enjoy. The park model cabin is heated, air conditioned an
Here is 321 acres of hardland pasture in Snell Canyon with a School Lease adjacent to it, which will betransferred with the sale on approval of Bureau of Educational Lands and Funds. The annual cost of the schoolland lease is $19,763.20, and it will need to be renewed in 2018. The draws on this property have cedar trees,which provide cover for deer and turkeys, but the tops of the hills andplateaus are relatively cedar-free, leaving the majority of the property open grassland, perfect for grazing. Thereare three stock wells and tanks providing livestock water.
This is 1 parcel among 5 that can be found at theWalker Road Pivots and Range listing.